SERVING SUNNYSIDE-WOODSIDE AND LONG ISLAND CITY

FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 21, 2014
THE WOODSIDE HERALD
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SERVING SUNNYSIDE-WOODSIDE AND LONG ISLAND CITY
VOL. 80, NO. 47
WOODSIDE, L.I.C., N.Y. FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 21, 2014
FREE
Local
Rising
Star
While New York City government might not yet accurately reflect the glorious melting pot that
is the Big Apple, our 2014 NYC 40
by Ariel Gagliardo
On Saturday night, November 15, the
music blared through the streets of Long
Island City as a crowd gathered to support the Variety Boys and Girls Club in
their fifth annual “Dancing with the Community Stars” fundraiser.
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Handmade Crafts A Hit On Skillman
Sunnyside Artists’ free admission “Crafts and Art Fair”
took place last Sunday from 10
to 5pm, hosted by Queen of
Angels Church in the historic
Parish Center, and by 2pm, 620
guests had passed passed
through, with three hours to go,
taking in the handiwork of 33
local crafters.
“I think this was the best
craft show so far,” said Natalie,
a Woodsider. “You can see the
influence of new people into
the neighborhood. A bodybuilder comic artist [ALexio
Gessa] showed up as a super
hero. I bought some little presents, an organic dried fruit
sculpture [Blanca Narvaez] and
a tiny coiled box made from of
recycled
paper
[Mary
Caulfield] which looks like outsider prison art.”
President Manny Gomez said,
“We had a moment of silence for
Luke Adams, Sunnyside Artists
VP, who passed away suddenly
November 10. We all miss him.”
This fair was the first Sunnyside
Artists event missing three organization volunteers Luke Adams,
founder Pat Dorfman out of town
due to family illness, and Pastor
Brian Dowd, who is leading a
church group in Poland.
Gomez added, “I did my best
to keep things running smoothly
and things were set up well by Pat
and Luke. And my family always
saves us,” Manny laughed. “We
are grateful to Becky Barker, Don
McCallian, Christopher Whalen,
Deidre Feerick, Melissa Orlando,
Peter Wing, Mary Ann Gurrado,
Pronto Car Service, The
Woodside Herald, Mary
Caulfield, Kris Czeriachowicz,
Turkish Cultural Center, and
Emin Karas, and the always amazing Frances Schmidt. It takes 24
non-artists to make this happen.
Thank you, volunteers, and thank
you, artists!”
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108th Pct Community
Council Meeting
Tuesday, November 25th @ 7PM
**Come Meet The New Captain**
SCS, 43-31 39th Street, Sunnyside
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Under 40 list definitely does. This
year’s group of Rising Stars is our
most diverse class ever, with threequarters representing the city’s
majority-minority population and
half of our honorees being women.
That distinction was not intentional; our choices merely reflect a
trend in leadership that only promises to become more influential in
the years and decades to come.
This year’s class also accentuates the greater range of professional areas that impact city government and policy. In addition to
the elected officials, agency heads,
staffers, communications pros,
journalists, lobbyists, activists, and
union officials who typically fill
out our list, there are tech leaders,
figures from academia, representatives from the cultural world, and
even crisis management experts.
These 40 exceptional young
people—selected from over 600
reader nominations—have already
earned the respect of their colleagues and made a difference in
the sectors and communities in
which they work.
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FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 21, 2014
Housing Lottery
Attorneys-At-Law
MARC CRAWFORD LEAVITT
JOSEPH N. YAMANER*
IRA R. GREENBERG
PAUL E. KERSON
JOHN F. DUANE
TALI SEHATI
For Long Island City Apartments
THE BENJAMIN SHAW PROFESSIONAL BUILDING
45-29 47th Street - Woodside, New York 11377
718-729-0986
MIDTOWN OFFICE: 228 E. 45TH STREET, 17 FL., NYC 10017
Serving the Community Since 1947
*We speak Spanish, Hebrew & Turkish
Sunnyside Community Services is offering application assistance to community members
looking to apply for affordable
and rent stabilized apartments in
the community.
Hunters Point South Crossing and Hunters Point Commons are nearing completion
on the Long Island City waterfront. With 924 new affordable
housing units, 738 apartments
will be reserved for moderateincome families and 186 will
be for low-income families.
Preference in the lottery will be
given to current residents of
Community Board 2 as well as
to municipal employees and individuals with disabilities.
Apartments in the development are available via a lottery
being conducted now by the
New York City Housing Development Corporation. Families
can apply by going to the NYC
Housing Connect website
w w w . n y c . g o v /
housingconnect). The deadline
to apply is December 15th.
Sunnyside Community Services will host an information
session for community members to learn how to access this
opportunity. The event is free
and open to the general public.
It will take place on Monday,
December 1 at 6:30 pm at
Sunnyside Community Services, 43-31 39th St in Queens.
Following the event, the organization will provide ongoing
assistance to families completing the application.
The information session is
just one of many initiatives
Sunnyside Community Services
has led to promote this opportunity in the community, leading
up to the Dec 15 deadline. Adam
Lenter is the coordinator for this
outreach initiative and can be
reached at: [email protected]
gmail.com or (929) 244-0329.
FOR RENT New Commanding Officer
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46th St.,Sunnyside
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Available December 1st.
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For 108th Precinct
As a valued partner of the
NYPD, the Community Affairs Bureau would like to inform you about a change in
the management team at your
local precinct.
After serving a year and a
half as the Commanding Officer of the 108th Precinct, Captain Brian Hennessy has been
given a new assignment as the
Commanding Officer of the
115th Precinct. Replacing Captain Hennessy will be Captain
John Travaglia.
Captain Travaglia was appointed to the New York City
Police Department in August
1993, and began his career on
patrol in the 105th Precinct.
He was promoted to Sergeant
in November 1998; Lieutenant in March 2003; and Captain in August 2010. Captain
Travaglia has served in the
113th, 104th, and 114th; as
well as Patrol Borough Queens
South, Patrol Borough Queens
North, Highway District,
Highway 3, and Queens South
Narcotics Division.
Community policing is a
core component of the
NYPD’s methodology and
you can be sure that Captain
Travaglia will work diligently to build on the efforts
of his predecessor.
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CONTRIBUTING WRITERS
Mary Caulfield, Peter A. Ross, Rob MacKay
CONTRIBUTING ARTISTS AND PHOTOGRAPHERS
Joe Gurrado, Robert Flanagan
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Msgr. David Cassato
of St. Athanasius,
Joseph Esposito,
Commissioner of
Emergency
Management,
Lily Gavin of Dazies,
and Walter Avelin,
Director of
Macy’s Security
FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 21, 2014
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Announcing The Start
Of Open Enrollment For New York’s
Health Insurance Marketplace
Rep. Joe Crowley (D-Queens, the
Bronx), Vice Chair of the Democratic Caucus, announced the start of open enrollment
for New York’s health insurance marketplace, which runs from November 15, 2014
to February 15, 2015. The open enrollment
period gives New Yorkers the opportunity
to apply for coverage, review their current
plan, or select a new plan for 2015.
“The Affordable Care Act is providing
access to quality and affordable coverage
that, until now, has been out of reach for too
many Americans,” said Rep. Crowley.
“Open enrollment only comes once a year,
so it is extremely important that every New
Yorker purchasing health coverage through
New York’s marketplace take the time to
review their plan options and ensure they
have a plan that meets their health needs for
the coming year, that their family information is all up to date, and that they are not
missing out on valuable financial assistance.”
New Yorkers purchasing healthcare
through the state marketplace can review
plans and compare coverage options through
the official New York State of Health website
at: www.nystatehealth.ny.gov.
More information can also be found on
Rep. Crowley’s online information portal in
English and Spanish.
Veterans Day Essay Contest Winner
On Wednesday, November 5, Rep. Joe
Crowley (D-Queens, the Bronx), Vice
Chair of the Democratic Caucus, announced the winner of the inaugural Veterans Day essay competition for students
in New York’s 14th Congressional District. Kezia Dickson, an eighth grader at
I.S. 61 in Corona, placed first out of more
than 800 students who participated in the
contest. Crowley recognized Kezia with
an American flag flown over the U.S. Capitol and presented her with a statement to be
entered into the Congressional Record in honor of her essay.
“Our Veterans Day essay contest was a wonderful opportunity to encourage our youth
to reflect upon our nation’s history and salute the members of our armed forces for all their
sacrifices,” said Rep. Crowley. “Kezia’s essay perfectly captures what it means to
commemorate the holiday and underscores the importance of paying tribute to the men and
women who protect the freedoms we’ve fought so hard for. Congratulations to Kezia and
all of the students who wrote to express their heartfelt appreciation for our veterans.In my
family, I have uncles and cousins who have served and are serving now,” Kezia wrote in
her essay. “I understand what they do is very hard and it takes mental, emotional, and
physical strength to go through with it. They go through so many obstacles, but they seem
to never give up. They make me proud to call myself an American.”
Crowley’s essay competition was open to students in grades 5-8 who live in the
14th Congressional District. The top selections from each grade also received
congressional recognition.
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Photos Credit: Peter Wing
Handmade Crafts A
Hit On Skillman
Photo by Joseph Gurrado
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Photo Credit: Joseph Gurrado
STARS ALIGN FOR THE KIDS
Founded in 1955, the Club has provided
Western Queens with a phenomenal after
school program, whose mission is “To provide children of all backgrounds with the
skills and abilities that will develop in them
the qualities of self-esteem and self-confidence, which are needed to become responsible citizens and leaders.” Every day over
150 multicultural children enter the building, and are provided with a hot meal, a safe
and supportive environment, and a broad
range of youth programs in the areas of
personal and educational development, citizenship and leadership development, cultural enrichment, health and physical education, and social recreation.
Two months before the event, local celebrities were paired with volunteer professional dancers in order to have them practice
and learn a dance routine to be performed on
the night of the fundraiser. In the past, the
organization has had influential members
such as Council members, Chairmen, teachers, basketball coaches, visually impaired
individuals, cancer survivors and much more
participate as the community stars. This
year’s stars were Vincent Renda, the Vice
President of the Variety Boys and Girls Club
Board of Directors, Joann Rodeschin,
Teacher and Chapter Leader for the United
Federation of Teachers (UFT), and Lucha
Alforque, from St. Teresa’s Parish in
Woodside. In addition to the donation of
rehearsal time, each celebrity registered
sponsors who helped them raise money for
both VBGCQ and a charity of their choice.
The competition runs similarly to the Dancing with the Stars TV show aired on television. It is judged by a three member-judging
panel, who provide their expert feedback to
each couple’s performance. This year VBGCQ
was lucky to have Queens Museum’s Jason
Yoon, along with Christine DeJesus, owner of
Elite Dance Academy, and Wellington Lora
Jr., founder of The Cueniverse Music Agency,
giving their critique.
The evening started off with a moment
of silence for Luke Adams, a long time
Sunnyside advocate, who passed away
earlier last week. Luke was a friend of
many who were involved with the Boys
and Girls Club, and was an influential
member of the Sunnyside community. He
will be greatly missed.
Guests enjoyed a buffet of deliciously
cooked food and hors d’oeuvres provided by
the one and only Long Island Gourmet, located in Mineola, and anxiously awaited the
performances they look forward to each year.
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The couples glided across the
floor performing dances in the areas of tango, salsa and theatre jazz,
and waited for their results from
the judges. When the results were
in, Charlie Siguenza and Lucha
Alforque won first place by raising
$2,927, with their outstanding theatre jazz routine. Lucha, who is a
CCD teacher and mentor at St.
Teresa’s Church, danced to support her local Church, and stated “I
looked forward to dance practice
each week.” Joann Rodeschin and
Rodney Harris won second place
with their tango routine, and
Vincent Renda and Michele
Bowles’ salsa routine, which included a cameo appearance by
Vincent’s wife Elaina Renda, won
them third place.
A special addition to this year’s
program of events was special
guest performances by Lorenz
Latin Dance Studio, and Broadway Theater Center, who selflessly
donated their time and talent to
this magnificent event. Lorenz
Dancers performed a wonderful
salsa routine, and Broadway Theater Center wowed the crowd with
their hip-hop performance.
“This event was ground breaking,” said Executive Director,
Blair Trunzo, with its ability to
bring together the talent and generosity of members from all over,
including the Sunnyside/
Woodside Communities, and the
Long Island City/Astoria communities. Vincent Renda, shared
about the recent marriage of the
Sunnyside/Woodside Unit with
the Variety Boys and Girls Club,
who are now administering all
programs in the Sunnyside Community. Walter Sanchez,
VBGCQ’s Board President,
spoke about the start of programming at P.S. 199, the continued
commitment to the Sunnyside/
Woodside community, and the
importance of afterschool programs throughout the Queens
area.8 Local businesses showed
their support, including Vesta
Trattoria and Bar 43, who graciously donated the beverages,
and the evening’s chief sponsor,
Central Avenue Chrysler. As a
result, the crowd, volunteers and
participants had an awesome time
raising money for the Boys and
Girls Club, which will guarantee
a full range of programs for the
kids of the Western Queens Community for the coming year.
FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 21, 2014
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Our Rising Stars in years past
have risen to become members of
Congress, deputy mayors, commissioners, and titans of business.
As accomplished as this year’s
class already is, we are certain that
they have much farther to go in
their professional and personal
lives. We invite you to meet these
leaders of tomorrow today.
JASON BANREY
Deputy Chief of Staff, Media
and Public Policy Director, Councilman Jimmy Van Bramer
AGE: 31
Jason Banrey’s job, first and
foremost, is to navigate the media
for the New York City Council’s
majority leader, Jimmy Van
Bramer. But it was Banrey’s interest at a young age in community
service that laid the groundwork
for his future in public service.
“My family has a long history
of volunteering at community
cleanups, and in education, as
well,” said Banrey, whose parents
were both teachers. “So between
the two of them and the Boy Scouts,
it’s what instilled the importance
of getting involved and falling in
love with public service.”
Before entering the world of
government, like many media re-
lations experts, Banrey first gained
the valuable experience of working as a journalist, writing for the
Queens Tribune. A news junkie,
Banrey found that the job satisfied
his passion for politics, but he
wanted an opportunity to have a
more hands-on impact in the local
community. Enter Van Bramer,
who hired him as communications
director in 2012. Now holding the
title of deputy chief of staff,
Banrey has also played a role in
shaping policy. An avid cyclist,
he helped craft a recently passed
bill to levy tougher penalties on
hit-and-run motorists.
“We have a really tight-knit
family, and Jimmy’s really fostered a family feel with us. I
wouldn’t be able to do the great
work that we do without the amazing team that we have,” Banrey
said. “Every single day it’s a pleasure to come in to the district office
or the legislative office and work
with a team that cares about the
26th District but also improving
the lives of all New Yorkers.”
If You Were Not
Working In Politics or
Government, What
Would You Be Doing?
“I’d continue traveling the
world. I’ve done a lot of traveling,
and I think it’s a pretty good list of
destinations that I’ve hit, but there’s
so much more I’d love to see.”
Not Counting New York
City, What Is Your
Favorite City In The
World, And Why?
“San Francisco, because
everything is more relaxed on
the West Coast.”
Credit: City and
State Magazine
LEGAL NOTICE • LEGAL NOTICE • LEGAL NOTICE • LEGAL NOTICE • LEGAL NOTICE • LEGAL NOTICE • LEGAL NOTICE
SUPPLEMENTAL CITATION
File
No.
2014-666
SURROGATE’S
COURT,
ORANGE COUNTY THE
PEOPLE OF THE STATE OF
NEW YORK, By the Grace of
God Free and Independent TO:
Ivan Guarino, nephew of George
Guarino, aka George A. Guarino,
deceased, if living, and if he be
dead, and died subsequent to May
24, 2014 then to his executors,
administrators, next of kin,
distributees, heirs at law, legatees,
devisees,
assignees,
and
successors in interest, all of whose
names and post office addresses
are unknown and cannot be
ascertained after due diligence
used A petition having been duly
filed by Barbara Pokorny, who is
domiciled at 5 Barnett Drive,
Monroe, New York 10950. YOU
ARE HEREBY CITED TO SHOW
CAUSE before the Surrogate’s
Court, Orange County, at 30 Park
Place, Goshen, New York, on
Wednesday, December 17, 2014,
at 1:30 o’clock in the afternoon of
that day, why a decree should not
be made in the estate of George
Guarino, aka George A. Guarino,
lately domiciled at Monroe, New
York, admitting to probate a Will
dated August 29, 2013, as the Will
of George Guarino, deceased,
relating to real and personal
property, and directing that
[X] Letters Testamentary issue to:
Barbara Pokorny
Dated, Attested and Sealed,
October 31, 2014
HON.ROBERT A. ONOFRY,
Surrogate Jeanne M. Smith, Chief
Clerk David S. Shor, Esq.,
Attorney for Petitioner Salem,
Shor & Saperstein, LLP
(516) 472-7030
3000 Marcus Avenue, Suite 1E6,
Lake Success, New York 11042
NOTE: This citation is served
upon you as required by law. You
are not required to appear. If you
fail to appear it will be assumed
you do not object to the relief
requested. You have a right to
have an attorney appear for you.
11/14/14, 11/21/14, 11/28/14, 12/
5/14
File
No.:
2013-4752/A
CITATION THE PEOPLE OF
THE STATE OF NEW YORK BY
THE GRACE OF GOD, FREE
AND INDEPENDENT To: Joan
Johnson, Marcus Payadue, NissanInfiniti LT, Attorney General of
the State of New York. The
unknown distributees, legatees,
devisees, heirs at law and
assignees of JACQUELINE
PAYADUE, deceased, or their
estates, if any there be, whose
names, places of residence and
post office addresses are unknown
to the petitioner and cannot with
due diligence be ascertained.
Being the persons interested as
creditors, legatees, distributees or
otherwise in the Estate of
JACQUELINE
PAYADUE,
deceased, who at the time of death
was a resident of 116-07 228th
Street, Cambria Heights NY, in
the County of Queens, State of
New York. SEND GREETING:
Upon the petition of LOIS M.
ROSENBLATT,
Public
Administrator of Queens County,
who maintains her office at 88-11
Sutphin Boulevard, Jamaica,
Queens County, New York 11435,
as Administrator of the Estate of
JACQUELINE
PAYADUE,
deceased, you and each of you are
hereby cited to show cause before
the Surrogate at the Surrogate’s
Court of the County of Queens, to
be held at the Queens General
Courthouse, 6th Floor, 88-11
Sutphin Boulevard, Jamaica, City
and State of New York, on the
18th day of December, 2014 at
9:30 o’clock in the forenoon, why
the Account of Proceedings of the
Public Administrator of Queens
County, as Administrator of the
Estate of said deceased, a copy of
which is attached, should not be
judicially settled, and why the
Surrogate should not fix and allow
a
reasonable
amount
of
compensation to GERARD J.
SWEENEY, ESQ., for legal
services rendered to petitioner
herein in the amount of $14,261.83
and that the Court fix the fair and
reasonable additional fee for any
services to be rendered by
GERARD J. SWEENEY, ESQ.,
hereafter in connection with
proceedings on kinship, claims
etc., prior to entry of a final Decree
on this accounting in the amount
of 6% of assets or income collected
after the date of the within
accounting; and why the Surrogate
should not fix and allow an amount
equal to one percent on said
Schedules of the total assets on
Schedules A, A1, and A2 plus any
additional monies received
subsequent to the date of this
account, as the fair and reasonable
amount payable to the Office of
the Public Administrator for the
expenses of said office pursuant
to S.C.P.A. §1106(4); and why
the claim from Nissan-Infiniti LT
in the amount of $4,461.10 should
not be rejected; and why each of
you claiming to be a distributee of
the decedent should not establish
proof of your kinship; and why
the balance of said funds should
not be paid to said alleged
distributees upon proof of kinship,
or
deposited
with
the
Commissioner of Finance of the
City of New York should said
alleged distributees default herein,
or fail to establish proof of kinship,
Dated, Attested and Sealed 29th
day of October, 2014 HON.
PETER J. KELLY Surrogate,
Queens County Margaret M.
Gribbon Clerk of the Surrogate’s
Court GERARD J. SWEENEY,
ESQ.(718) 459-9000, 95-25
Queens Boulevard, 11th Floor
Rego Park, New York 11374 This
citation is served upon you as
required by law. You are not
obliged to appear in person. If
you fail to appear it will be
assumed that you do not object to
the relief requested unless you file
formal legal, verified objections.
You have a right to have an
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Accounting Citation 11/7/14, 11/
14/14, 11/21/14, 11/28/14
Notice is hereby given that an
Order entered by the Civil Court,
Queens County on OCT 20, 2014,
bearing Index Number NC000852-14/QU a copy of which
may be examined at the Office of
the Clerk, located at 89-17 Sutphin
Boulevard, Jamaica, NY 11435,
grants me (us) the right to: Assume
the name of (First) IVAN (Middle)
PATRICIO (Last) MARQUEZ My
present name is (First) IVAN
(Middle) PATRICIO (Last)
MARQUEZ VILLANUEVA My
present address is 4525 48 th Street,
Apt. #4A, Woodside, NY 113775312 My place of birth is
BROOKLYN, NY My date of
birth is June 07, 2014
Notice is hereby given that an
Order entered by the Civil Court,
Queens County on NOV10, 2014
bearing Index Number NC000966-14/QU a copy of which
may be examined at the Office of
the Clerk, located at 89-17 Sutphin
Boulevard, Jamaica, NY 11435,
grants me (us) the right to: Assume
the name of (First) SONIA (Last)
ROSELL My present name is
(First) SONIA (Last) RENGIFO
AKA SONIA LAUREANO, AKA
SONIA ROSELL My present
address is 31-27 49 STREET #6C,
Woodside, NY 11377 My place of
birth is BRONX, NY My date of
birth is December 19, 1952
FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 21, 2014
THE WOODSIDE HERALD
Veteran’s Day Rememberance
Isamu and Kazuki Russo, Alex
Ovanessian, Charlie Ding with
adult leaders Marvin Jeffcoat
and Catherina Cheung.
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Call For Ethel’s 104th
Birthday Flash Mob II
Thanksgiving Day, which is Ethel
Plimack’s
104th
birthday,
SunnysideArtists invites all to another
two-minute flash mob, NOON SHARP,
at 39-54 46th Street in Sunnyside, to
sing Ethel “Happy Birthday!”Again this
year, and attending, we hope, will be
Michael Laurence McKnight, on his
way to one year! Last year, despite the
cold and the national holiday, 125
friends, neighbors and a few strangers.
Ethel is bright, bubbly and stays involved in the neighborhood.
She raised her three children here and makes sure she knits a cap or
scarf for all newcomers on the block.
Pack 390 of Woodside marched in the Middle Village Veterans Day Parade with VFW Post No. 551 and
met with State Senator Serphin Maltese, State Senator Joseph P. Addabbo Jr., Congresswoman Grace Meng,
and Queens Borough President Melinda Katz.
SSG James Drew, SGT Mike McDonald, SPC Knonstantin Antonov - Theo Orecchio, Michael O’Sullivan,
Matthew Padilla, Jayden Rosario, Alex Ovanessian, Emmanuel Jeffcoat, Orion Herrera, Aurelius Herrera,
Kazuki Russo, Isamu Russo, Elias Pinto, Dorian Andrade, Michael Tonns, Cillian Connelly
Marvin Jeffcoat, Paul Dubois, James Wayden - Michael Tonns, Aurelius Herrera, Orion Herrera,
Isamu Russo, Kazuki Russo, Alex Ovanessian, Emmanuel Jeffcoat, Noe Lopez, Matthew Padilla
The ceremonial service by VFW Post 2813, honored veterans at Daniel’s Square Park on
Veteran’s Day. Cub Scouts of Pack 390 marched alongside their Troop in the Color Guard to pay
their respect to our soldiers and veterans.
Winter Food Drive
For Local Pantries
Boy Scout Troop & Cub Scout Pack 390,
Sunnyside-Woodside
Saturday Nov. 22, 11am to 5pm
Associated Supermarket,
Greenpoint Avenue between 44th and 45th Streets
C-Town Supermarket,
Greenpoint Avenue between 41st and 42nd Streets
Key Food Supermarket,
46th Street and Greenpoint Avenue
A Renaissance Man Jams With His Amigos
David Amram, an author, composer, conductor, multi-instrumentalist and virtuoso pianist, jammed with
The Amigos Band at Sunnyside Reformed Church on November 8. The octogenarian, who has written
songs for Broadway musicals, major motion pictures and even operas, played a wide range of folksy,
blugrassy music and even dazzled by freestyle rapping at one point.
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