NEW YORK (April 2022) – On April 22, Queens Community House (QCH), one of the borough’s largest social service organizations, hosted an in-person career panel for LGBTQ youth at Grove 34 in Astoria.
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“I grew up in Smithtown, NY and started dancing at the age of 4. I was lucky enough to continue my passion of dance, as I went to Penn State University and competed on the Penn State Lionettes Dance Team all 4 years of my college career!
NEW YORK (April 2022) – On April 20, Assemblywoman Catalina Cruz joined older adults at the Queens Center for Gay Seniors (QCGS) in Jackson Heights for their weekly hybrid exercise class.
“I was born in Venezuela, but Jackson Heights in Queens is my home and community. I am excited to be the new Director of Corporate Partnerships at QCH.
Queens Community House provides individuals and families with the tools to enrich their lives and build healthy, inclusive communities.