News from Queens Community House

  • Meet Your Neighbor: Velma Adams

    July 30, 2018

    I started attending St. Lukes in Forest Hills after my sister passed in 2002 . I joined in order to take my niece, who’d grown up going to church with her mom.  I slowly got involved, first by joining the choir, then by joining the church’s outreach program.

  • Meet Your Neighbor: Gabriel Yiu

    July 24, 2018

    Last Summer my friend asked me to go to a job fair with him. I already had a summer job lined up, so I tagged along for fun.  I consider it kind of miraculous what happened next.

  • Times Ledger: Generation Q celebrates grand opening of Forest Hills location

    July 20, 2018

    A Queens program for LGBTQ youth has moved to a new, more accessible location in Forest Hills.

    Generation Q held a ribbon-cutting ceremony June 28 to celebrate the grand opening of its brand new center located at 107-20 71st Road.

  • Meet Your Neighbor: Israel Hernandez

    July 17, 2018

    Growing up in South Jamaica, it was either you get a summer job or you hang out at the park all day. Even at a young age, I knew the latter wasn’t for me. When I was 16, I applied for SYEP (Summer Youth Employment Program) and landed my first job working at a QCH Summer Camp in Forest Hills.

  • Street Hockey Program: Queens Community House - Ozone Park

    July 17, 2018

    The Islanders Street Hockey Program visited Queens Community House - Ozone Park on July 13. Campers at the QCH's Ozone Park location began their installment of Islanders Street Hockey today.

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