YK&Q, MTM’S REAL VS. FAKE LOVE EVENT
The Young Kings and Queens Chess Club and Mothers That Matters held a ‘Real Love Versus Fake Love’ event on Saturday,
August 17 at P.S. 111. The fun yet educational event taught local youth that real love is powerful and that fake love can be
Romeo Davis (front, l) YK&QCC founder, and his students were eager to play fl ag football at the educational event.
Photo courtesy of Romeo Davis
SALAMANCA MEETS FUNKMASTER FLEX AT AUTO SHOW
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COLOMBIAN PRIDE AT PARADE
Assemblywoman Nathalia Fernandez attended the NYC Colombian
Parade on Sunday, July 28 in Manhattan.
Fernandez (2nd from l) marched alongside her fellow Colmbians
and New Yorkers showing love to the culture.
Photo courtesy of Assemblywoman Nathalia Fernandez’s Offi ce
Councilman Rafael Salamanca and his wife Jessenia spend the evening with Hot97’s DJ Funkmaster Flex for the 2019 Auto Show at the New York Expo Center in Hunts Point. A percentage
of the proceeds from the auto show were donated to Camp Junior, a programs that provides boys and girls from the Bronx, ages 9 to 13, with a free summer camp experience.
(l-r) Jessenia, DJ Funkmaster Flex and Councilman Salamanca.
Photo courtesy of Councilman Rafael Salamanca’s Offi ce The expo featured many cars on display. Photo courtesy of Councilman Rafael Salamanca’s Offi ce
Senator Luis Sepulveda and Assemblywoman
Latoya Joyner joined community and law enforcement
members at the 44th Precinct’s 36th annual
National Night Out Against Crime on Tuesday,
August 6 at East 169 Street between Walton and
Joyner (3rd from l) and Sepulveda (c) celebrated
with 44th Precinct police offi cers.
Photo courtesy of Senator Luis Sepulveda’s Offi ce