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OWS Rallies In Support Of WHMC
      Members of Occupy Wall Street’s “Healthcare for the 99%” working group set up shop in front of Wyckoff Heights Medical Center last Saturday, May 12, calling for the state to save th
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New Playground At Rego Park School
      City Council Member Karen Koslowitz recently helped students at P.S. 139 cut the ribbon on the Rego Park school’s brand new playground.
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Vets’ Post Takes Trip To Pinelawn
      Members of the Sgt. Edward R. Miller VFW Post #7336 in Glendale took their annual bus trip to Pinelawn Memorial Cemetery last Saturday, May 12 to pay their respects to fallen veterans.
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106th Precinct Cops Of The Month
      Sgt. John Egan and P.O. Tyler Ruthizer were the 106th Precinct’s Cops of the Month, as announced at the precinct’s Wednesday, May 9 meeting in Ozone Park.
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Hats Off To Earth Day At P.S. 68
      Students at P.S. 68 on the Ridgewood/ Glendale border recently celebrated Earth Day by making their own hats out of recycled materials. Shown above are some of the students donning their creations.
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Seeing Young Stars Graduate In H.B.
      Assemblyman Phil Goldfeder and State Sen. Joseph Addabbo recently participated in the graduation of students in the First Step Program at the Reach For the Stars program in Howard Beach.
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Girl Scouts Honored
      Members of Boy Scout and Girl Scout troops from around Brooklyn and Queens were honored with awards during a convocation ceremony held by the Catholic Committee on Scouting for the Diocese of Brookly
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H. Beach Kids Get Lesson On Gov’t.
      Students at P.S. 146 in Howard Beach got a crash course on government from Assemblyman Phil Goldfeder during their recent Career Day. The event was organized in part by James McKeon, P.S.
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NYHQ Awards Its Top Nurses
      Eight nurses at New York Hospital Queens in Flushing were honored by the medical center’s adminsitration last Friday, May 11, as part of National Nurses Week.
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ISCP Opens Its Doors
      The International Studio & Curatorial Program (ISCP) in East Williamsburg held its biannual Open Studios event over the weekend of May 11-13.
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A Math Wiz In Glendale
      Nicholas Alleva, a second-grader at St. Pancras School in Glendale, recent won a spot in the Diocesan Math Bee Finals, the school announced.
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Jr. Reporter Wins Prize
      Robert Neidkowski, a freshman at Christ the King High School in Middle Village, recently received the Roger Payne Memorial Award for Best Column from The Tablet, the newspaper of the Diocese of Brook
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Bringing Fun To Rego Pk. Sts.
      Rego Park residents enjoyed the sights and sounds of a street fair along 63rd Drive last Saturday, May 12.
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This Glendale Musical Was Rockin’ And Rollin’
      Scores of students at P.S./I.S. 119 in Glendale recently raised the curtain on their production of the popular 1960s rock and roll musical Bye, Bye Birdie.
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Honored For Years Of Faithful Service
      Four members of Our Lady of the Miraculous Medal Rosary Altar Society were honored for years of participation during a ceremony at the Ridgewood parish last Thursday, May 10.
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Basketful Of Fun At Woodhaven Fund-Raiser
      Seniors enjoyed a fun evening of entertainment and bidding on baskets of prizes during the Forest Park Senior Center’s fund-raiser last Friday night, May 11, at the Woodhaven facility.
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Grand Day For A Glendale Carnival
      Children of all ages enjoyed a day full of food, games and rides during Redeemer Lutheran School’s annual street carnival in Glendale last Saturday, May 12.
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Celebrating Moms At Woodside Mother’s Day March
      Rather than flowers and cards, Woodside residents offered mothers a special token of gratitude with the annual Mother’s Day Parade sponsored by Woodside On the Move and held last Saturday morni
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