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MetroSource: This Is What It Looks Like to Be Dripping with Pride

This Is What It Looks Like to Be Dripping with Pride | June 25, 2019: What happens when an interactive artist confronts a charged political climate meet during Pride month? A fashion statement.

Patch.com: Women's Club Of Forest Hills Honored By Queens Nonprofit

Women's Club Of Forest Hills Honored By Queens Nonprofit | April 29, 2019: FOREST HILLS, QUEENS — The century-old Women's Club of Forest Hills will be the honoree at the non-profit Queens Community House's "Local Champions" reception Tuesday.

Queens Chronicle: QICA, at 48, honors senior advocates

QICA, at 48, honors senior advocates | April 4, 2019: As Queens Interagency Council on Aging marked 48 years of advocating on behalf of seniors at its annual anniversary celebration last Thursday evening, it paused to pay tribute to three leaders for their outstanding commit

Patch.com: Elmhurst Celebrates Pride By Honoring LGBTQ-Rights Activists

Elmhurst Celebrates Pride By Honoring LGBTQ-Rights Activists | May 14, 2019: City Council Member Daniel Dromm celebrated LGBTQ Pride and the 50th anniversary of the Stonewall rebellion with festivities and performances at Queens Center Mall on Monday night.

Queens County Politics: Addabbo Announces Senior-Only Job Fair

Addabbo Announces Senior-Only Job Fair | April 30, 2019 - State Senator Joseph  Addabbo, Jr (D-Howard Beach, Ozone Park, Woodhaven, Glendale, Middle Village, Maspeth,  parts of South Ozone Park, Ridgewood, Woodside, The Rockaways) next month is once again host

Queens Daily Eagle: State will fund immigrant legal services at consulates and religious spaces

State will fund immigrant legal services at consulates and religious spaces | April 30, 2019 - New York State will fund free legal services and immigrants’ rights clinics for non-citizens at consulates and religious institutions throughout the five boroughs, Gov.

City Limits: Dynamics of Race, Poverty Deepen the Challenges of NYC’s Aging Population

Dynamics of Race, Poverty Deepen the Challenges of NYC’s Aging Population | April 26: The United States, like most other industrialized nations, is grappling with an aging population. New York State and City are part of that trend.

Queens Courier: Queens lawmakers introduce bill to expand bingo games for seniors at Pomonok Senior Center

Queens lawmakers introduce bill to expand bingo games for seniors at Pomonok Senior Center | April 17, 2019: State Senator Toby Stavisky and Assemblyman Daniel Rosenthal joined senior residents on Tuesday for a game of bingo at Queens Community House Pomonok Senior Center this we

NY1 Noticias: Fuera del presupuesto municipal: clases de inglés para inmigrantes adultos

Fuera del presupuesto municipal: clases de inglés para inmigrantes adultos | April 10, 2019: On April 10, 2019

QNS: Jamaica entrepreneur living a dream as small business award honoree

 Jamaica entrepreneur living a dream as small business award honoree | April 10, 2019: Growing up in south Jamaica, Dawn Kelly always dreamed of owning her grandfather’s house and years later after a successful career doing public relations for a financial services firm she

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