ACTIVATE THE BRONX HOLDS CIVIC FORUM
Activate the Bronx held a Civic Engagement Forum at Bronx River Community Center on Sunday, February 2. The discussion
was held to discuss voters rights, how to reach local representatives to address systemic changes needed in the community
and how residents can help the Bronx access federal funding.
GUN HILL CIVIC GROUP HOSTS MEETING
The Pelham Parkway Neighborhood Association
held its monthly meeting at
Bronx House on Tuesday, February 11.
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BABY SHOWER FOR
Triboro Center threw a baby shower for one of its most respected
nursing managers, Danielle Benjamin, for the upcoming
birth of her new daughter. Nearly 25 Triboro Center
colleagues, including her mother and staff member Charmaine,
joined in the celebration.
Danielle (sitting) and her mom Charmaine listen to administrator
Nate Goldman, who says some kind words about Danielle
and wishes her all the best.
Photo courtesy of Centers Health Care
‘FROZEN’ THE GOAT VISITS
On Thursday, January 9, Williamsbridge Center received a
special visit from a goat named Frozen, who is currently
touring various Centers Health Care nursing homes and rehabilitation
centers throughout New York state.
Williamsbridge Center resident Jonathon Griggs with Frozen
the goat. Photo courtesy of Centers Health Care
(l-r) Olga and Jennifer at the 2020 Census table. Photo by Jewel Webber
The Gun Hill Civic Group held a meeting on Tuesday, February 11. The meeting was attended by 47th Precinct police offi cers
and discussed topics including car theft and vandalism. The meeting also featured a Valentine’s Day raffl e.
47th Precinct police offi cers and Gun Hill Civic Group members at the meeting. Photo by Jewel Webber
(l-r, front row) Louis Lutnick, PPNA
secretary, Steve Glosser, PPNA
fi rst vice president, Joseph Ottomenelli,
department of sanitation,
bureau of community affairs,
(l-r, back row) Oscar Ruiz, Vietnam veteran,
Lance Zavin and Debby Kawalick.
Photo by Jewel Webber