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Forest Hills Post: Queens Community House Buys Its Longtime Forest Hills Headquarters

Forest Hills Post: Queens Community House Buys Its Longtime Forest Hills Headquarters | February 2021: One of Queens’ largest community-based organizations recently bought its long-time headquarters and plans to modernize the building.

QNS: Queens Community House purchases Forest Hills Community Center

QNS: Queens Community House purchases Forest Hills Community Center | February 2021: The Board of Directors of Queens Community House (QCH), one of the borough’s largest social service organizations, has purchased the Forest Hills Community Center (FCC), the organization’s i

QNS: Op-Ed: In Queens, mental health support is all around you

QNS: Op-Ed: In Queens, mental health support is all around you | February 2021: When you hear people talking about whether ThriveNYC should be cut – and with political campaigns already heating up, you might – know what that would mean for Queens residents: cutting the menta

Queens Chronicle: Community Center to be Renovated

Queens Chronicle: Community Center to be Renovated | February 2021: Queens Community House announced Monday that it has purchased the Forest Hills Community Center at 108-25 62 Drive, the organization’s initial program site and home to its administrative headquarters.

Patch: Valentine's Day Pop-Up Shop Coming To Forest Hills

Valentine's Day Pop-Up Shop Coming To Forest Hills | February 2021: A pop-up shop Saturday in Forest Hills is offering Valentine's Day gift bundles for a cause.

Patch: Forest Hills Community Board Launches Coronavirus Webinar Series

Forest Hills Community Board Launches Coronavirus Webinar Series | February 2021: Queens Community Board 6 is launching a monthly webinar series dedicated to sharing the latest health news and related resources available to seniors and people with disabilities in the Fo

NY1: Why Some Manhattan Seniors Have Had A Better Shot at Getting the Vaccine Than Their Peers

Why Some Manhattan Seniors Have Had A Better Shot at Getting the Vaccine Than Their Peers | February 2021: The S.T.A.R. Senior Center on 187th Street in Washington Heights is physically closed.

Queens Eagle: A few thousand Queens voters will decide NYC's first test of ranked-choice voting

A few thousand Queens voters will decide NYC's first test of ranked-choice voting | February 2021: Billionaire Stephen Ross has weighed in. So have Bernie Sanders, the lead singer of Vampire Weekend and three local members of Congress. 

CISION PR Newswire: Sir Gary Kong Donates 40,000 Masks and 400 of 'The 1 Virus Buster' to 4 Local Charities

Sir Gary Kong Donates 40,000 Masks and 400 of 'The 1 Virus Buster' to 4 Local Charities | December 30, 2020: The Global Hero Foundation, Chairman & Partner of KW Technologies who created the "The 1 Virus Buster" Sir Gary Kong donated 40,000 3 ply

Black Star News: Lyft Partnering With Non-profits To Provide COVID-19 Transportation Services

Lyft Partnering With Non-profits To Provide COVID-19 Transportation Services | April 6, 2020: Lyft today announced it is partnering with several New York-based non-profit organizations to provide access to transportation for seniors, essential workers, patients with important med

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