PANDA CARES DAY HELD AT KIPS BAY BOYS & GIRLS CLUB
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ENJOY 4TH OF JULY
Approximately 250 people had fun at the Young Kings and
Queens Chess Club, Mothers That Matter and Built to Win’s
Fourth of July Weekend Bonanza held at Sousa Park. The
fun-fi lled event featured chess, basketball, fl af football,
volleyball and card games for everyone’s enjoyment. The
Young Kings and Queens Chess Club thanks Eastchester
Manor Cateres and City World Toyota for their support in
making the event successful.
Local youth had fun playing chess in the park.
Photo courtesy of Romeo Davis
Senator Alessandra Biaggi and Assemblyman Jeffrey Dinowitz
held a joint town hall for constituents of the 34th Senate
District and 81st Assembly District on Tuesday, July 16 to
outline the 2019 legislative wins and answering questions
and concerns regarding local and state priorities.
Biaggi (l) and Dinowitz (c) discussed local and state issues
with the audience.
Photo courtesy of Senator Alessandra Biaggi’s Offi ce
Panda Cares celebrated its 20th anniversary with its annual day of giving event, Panda Cares Day, on Thursday, July 18 at
Kips Bay Boys & Girls Club Coudert Clubhouse. During the Panda Express catered event, Panda Cares presented a $20,000
check to the Kips Bay Boys & Girls Club Coudert Clubhouse.
Kips Bay Boys & Girls Club Coudert Clubhouse students and staff happily accepted the ceremonial check from Panda Cares.
Photo by Jewel Webber
The Panda Cares crew welcomed everyone to the fun-fi lled extravaganza. Photo by Jewel Webber
Panda Cares’ mascot and Kips Bay Boys & Girls Club’s children eagerly awaited the day’s festivities. Photo by Jewel Webber