Author Archives: Gaudys Sanclemente

Extreme makeover for senior center


| gsanclemente@queenscourier.com

Twenty alumni members from the Scranton Club of New York participated in beautifying the Catholic Charities Catherine Sheridan Senior Center in Jackson Heights as part of Scranton University’s day of service. “The Scranton Club of New York is the Alumni Chapter of Scranton University that covers New York and all of the participants were alumni […]

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Immigrants share stories at QMA


| gsanclemente@queenscourier.com

The New Immigrant Community Empowerment (NICE) organization collaborated with the Foundry Theater to provide a theater performance on immigrant workers at the Queens Museum of Art to more than 75 show attendees. The play, “Mira al Horizonte” (“Look at the Horizon”), dealt with the lives of recently arrived immigrant workers in New York City, debuted […]

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Churches of Queens: OUR LADY OF FATIMA


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OUR LADY OF FATIMA CATHOLIC CHURCH OF EAST ELMHURST 25-02 80th Street, East Elmhurst, NY 11370 Service hours: Sunday Liturgy – Saturday at 5 p.m., Sunday at 8 a.m., 9:15 a.m. (family liturgy from September through May), 12 p.m., and 7 p.m. Weekdays – Monday through Friday at 6:30 a.m. and 8:30 a.m. and Saturday […]

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Extreme makeover for senior center


| gsanclemente@queenscourier.com

Twenty alumni members from the Scranton Club of New York participated in beautifying the Catholic Charities Catherine Sheridan Senior Center in Jackson Heights as part of Scranton University’s day of service. “The Scranton Club of New York is the Alumni Chapter of Scranton University that covers New York and all of the participants were alumni […]

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Immigrants share stories at QMA


| gsanclemente@queenscourier.com

The New Immigrant Community Empowerment (NICE) organization collaborated with the Foundry Theater to provide a theater performance on immigrant workers at the Queens Museum of Art to more than 75 show attendees. The play, “Mira al Horizonte” (“Look at the Horizon”), dealt with the lives of recently arrived immigrant workers in New York City, debuted […]

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SCO goes Gaga winning charity contest


| gsanclemente@queenscourier.com

Five charities competed for the $1 million in grant support in the Lady Gaga-Robin Hood Foundation Charity Contest and the winner was – SCO Family of Services (SCO). SCO received the top prize of $500,000 and the other four charities shared the rest. Among the pre-selected organizations that competed were the SCO, Hetrick-Martin Institute, Lawyers […]

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ROOFTOP CHILL OUT


| gsanclemente@queenscourier.com

Volunteers came together to cool the rooftop of the Sunnyside Community Services (SCS) in order to decrease energy consumption – in an effort to green Queens. The event was held on Saturday, April 30 on the roof of SCS, located at 43-31 39th Street in Sunnyside. “As a city-designated Cooling Center, we at Sunnyside Community […]

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SCO goes Gaga winning charity contest


| gsanclemente@queenscourier.com

Five charities competed for the $1 million in grant support in the Lady Gaga-Robin Hood Foundation Charity Contest and the winner was – SCO Family of Services (SCO). SCO received the top prize of $500,000 and the other four charities shared the rest. Among the pre-selected organizations that competed were the SCO, Hetrick-Martin Institute, Lawyers […]

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SCO goes Gaga winning charity contest


| gsanclemente@queenscourier.com

Five charities competed for the $1 million in grant support in the Lady Gaga-Robin Hood Foundation Charity Contest and the winner was – SCO Family of Services (SCO). SCO received the top prize of $500,000 and the other four charities shared the rest. Among the pre-selected organizations that competed were the SCO, Hetrick-Martin Institute, Lawyers […]

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ROOFTOP CHILL OUT


| gsanclemente@queenscourier.com

Volunteers came together to cool the rooftop of the Sunnyside Community Services (SCS) in order to decrease energy consumption – in an effort to green Queens. The event was held on Saturday, April 30 on the roof of SCS, located at 43-31 39th Street in Sunnyside. “As a city-designated Cooling Center, we at Sunnyside Community […]

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ROOFTOP CHILL OUT


| gsanclemente@queenscourier.com

Volunteers came together to cool the rooftop of the Sunnyside Community Services (SCS) in order to decrease energy consumption – in an effort to green Queens. The event was held on Saturday, April 30 on the roof of SCS, located at 43-31 39th Street in Sunnyside. “As a city-designated Cooling Center, we at Sunnyside Community […]

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SCO goes Gaga winning charity contest


| gsanclemente@queenscourier.com

Five charities competed for the $1 million in grant support in the Lady Gaga-Robin Hood Foundation Charity Contest and the winner was – SCO Family of Services (SCO). SCO received the top prize of $500,000 and the other four charities shared the rest. Among the pre-selected organizations that competed were the SCO, Hetrick-Martin Institute, Lawyers […]

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Community clean up day in Woodside


| gsanclemente@queenscourier.com

Councilmember Jimmy Van Bramer, Assemblymember Michael DenDekker, and community organizations came together to beautify the neighborhood of Woodside. “The event was coordinated by Councilmember Van Bramer and Assemblymember DenDekker,” said Ross Hardisty, communications director from DenDekker’s office. “The councilmember is committed to the beautification of the entire 26th District and holds community cleanup events on […]

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Go Red For Women breakfast


| gsanclemente@queenscourier.com

The American Heart Association has announced its fourth annual Queens Go Red for Women breakfast event to bring together community and business leaders and raise awareness on heart health. The event will be held on Thursday, June 9 at the Sheraton LaGuardia East Hotel in Flushing. According to the American Heart Association, the Queens Go […]

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