QCH in the News

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i-D: NYC's Gay Senior Couples on Love, Pride, and Paving the Way

Manhattan has rainbow flags coming out its eyeballs ahead of the big Pride Parade this weekend, which also marks the 49th anniversary of the Stonewall Riots. But Greenwich Village isn’t the only place in NYC with a rich history of queer resistance.

Queens Tribune: Q&A with Parade Marshal

Eli Betts, the youngest Queens Pride Parade grand marshal in more than two decades, is committed to using his new platform to advocate for LGBTQ youth. Betts, 20, has been a member of Queens Community House’s (QCH) Generation Q youth program since the day that he was of age to attend.

Queens Latino: Desfile del Orgullo Gay en 37 avenida de Jackson Heights

Con la presencia de políticos y un nutrido grupo de espectadores se realizó este domingo 3 de junio el Desfile del Orgullo Gay en Jackson Heights, Queens. Como todos los años, el concejal Daniel Dromm, uno de los fundadores, encabezó este evento que se ha realizado durante 26 años.

Queens Gazette: Local Youth Participant Selected As Queens Pride Parade Grand Marshal

Eli Betts, age 20, has been selected as a Grand Marshal of this year’s Queens Pride Parade in recognition of his leadership in Generation Q, a Forest Hills-based LGBTQ youth program operated by Queens Community House.

Times Ledger: Queens Pride season kicks off with annual celebration

The 26th Annual Queens Pride Parade will step off June 3 at noon along 37th Avenue and be followed with a multicultural festival located at 37th Avenue and 75th Street in what has become the second largest Pride event in the city, drawing as many as 40,000 participants each year.

Untapped Cities: The Queens International Night Market Returns With Cricket Pasta, Fried Chicken Feet and More

Foodies have been impatiently twiddling their thumbs for the return of the Queens International Night Market ever since it closed up shop for the winter.

The China Press: 长年发放食物给无家可归者 皇后圣卢克教堂将获表彰

【侨报纽约网报道】皇后森林小丘圣卢克主教教堂,20年来默默为社区奉献,因此将会获得皇后社区中心的表彰。

据CBS报道,周三(5月2日)下午6点至8点,皇后社区中心(Queens Community House)将在西城网球俱乐部(West Side Tennis Club)举办年度表彰大会。

位于森林小丘(Forest Hill)的圣卢克主教教堂(St. Luke’s Episcopal Church),因在过去的20年间,一直默默的为皇后区内的无家可归者们提供食物,而将会受到表彰。

Queens Tribune: New Forest Hills Development

On April 23, Manhattan’s Curtis and Ginsberg Architects filed four permits with the city’s Department of Buildings (DOB) to construct two 13-story buildings, one 17-story building and a four-story parking garage at 62-27 108th St. in Forest Hills.

Queens Courier: St. Luke’s Episcopal Church in Forest Hills to be honored for their work in homelessness

After almost two decades of dedication, the church will be recognized at QCH’s Annual Celebrating Local Champions Reception on Wednesday, May 2 at the historical West Side Tennis Club.

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