NAACP BRONX BRANCH HOLDS MEETING
Last month, the NAACP Bronx branch held a meeting encouraging Bronx residents to register
and vote for the upcoming 2020 campaign.
An attendee wears a shirt encouraging others
in attendance to vote.
Photo by Jewel Webber Members of the NAACP Bronx branch. Photo by Jewel Webber
PRESTON HIGH SCHOOL HOLDS FAMILY PICNIC
GJONAJ’S HOLDS BAHAMAS VICTIMS DRIVE
Councilman Mark Gjonaj’s offi ce recently held a relief food drive in his district to gather
goods for Bahamians who were affected by Hurricane Dorian. Items included cereal, water
and baby items.
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Dion Sanders, community leader and 79th
Photo by Jewel Webber
Freshman students and their families gathered together on Sunday, September 29 for Preston High School’s annual Freshman Family Picnic. The annual event gave the Class of 2023 and
their families an opportunity to meet other PHS students, faculty and staff. The day began with everybody celebrating Mass together, before enjoying lunch followed by fun activities
including relay races.
Preston High School students at the picnic. Photo courtesy of Preston High School
Preston High School students and parents at the picnic.
Photo courtesy of Preston High School
Gjonaj’s offi ce with items from the relief drive. Photo courtesy of Councilman Mark Gjonaj’s offi ce
RAIN SENIOR CENTER WELCOMES BIAGGI
Senator Alessandra Biaggi visited the RAIN Senior Center on Boston Road last month.
Senator Biaggi with RAIN staff and seniors. Photo courtesy of Senator Alessandra Biaggi’s offi ce