VAN NEST NEIGHBORHOOD ALLIANCE MEETING
John Parker, lawyer for Morris Park Road Diet and Community Board 11 district manager Jeremy Warneke were the special guest speakers at the Van Nest Neighborhood Alliance’s meeting
on Monday, June 3 at 1830 Amethyst Street.
(l-r) John Messenger, VNNA treasurer; Ted Pryor, representing Councilman Mark Gjonaj; John Parker; Jeremy Warneke; Bernadette Ferrara, VNNA president; Sharlene Jackson-Mendez,
VNNA vice president; Marion Manfredi, VNNA secretary and Bob Nolan, VNNA senior advisor. Photo by Aracelis Batista
EDUCATORS IN ALBANY FOR TEACHER DIVERSITY
On Monday, June 4, 13 teachers traveled on a day when schools were closed to Albany in
support of increasing New York teacher diversity through greater investment in programs
that recruit, train and support teachers of color entering the profession.
SALAMANCA FUNDS 8
Councilman Rafael Salamanca provided funding
for two mobile STEM/STEAM science labs
to P.S. 75 93, 130, 140, 152, 269, 333 and 424.
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PICHARDO HOSTS LEGAL IMMIGRATION SERVICES
Once a month, Assemblyman Victor Pichardo offers legal immigration services at his district
Assemblyman Pichardo (c) helped his constituents with legal immigration services.
Photo courtesy of Assemblyman Victor Pichardo’s Offi ce
Educators for Excellence-New York members visited Albany for a worthy cause.
Photo courtesy of Educators for Excellence-New York
Councilman Salamanca (c) presented a hefty
ceremonial check to the eight schools.
Photo courtesy of Councilman Rafael Salamanca’s