On Saturday, November 9, NYC Parks and the Baruch College Women’s Softball Team are hosting a free softball clinic at Juniper Valley Park.
At the clinic, you will learn to strengthen your softball skills including hitting, fielding and running.
Youth of all ages can build their skills, no experience or equipment necessary.
And don’t forget to bring your water bottle and sneakers!
The clinic runs from noon to 3 p.m. Enter at the 80th Street entrance.
Councilman Bob Holden is hosting a high school fair tonight from 6:3o to 8:30 p.m. at PS/IS 49 in Middle Village.
The fair will help parents navigate the high school application process. It’s free and open to the public.
These following schools are expected to attend:
- Newtown High School
- Grover Cleveland High School
- High School of Construction Trades, Engineering and Architecture
- Monsignor McClancy Memorial High School
- Christ the King High School
- The Martin Luther School
- The Mary Louis Academy
- Stuyvesant High School
- Bronx High School of Science
- Brooklyn Technical High School
High school students are getting help from local law enforcement to look their best on prom night this coming Spring.
Eight NYPD precincts in Patrol Borough Queens North are accepting gently used formal dresses, suits, belts, and shoes to be donated to students in need. The prom dress drive was established by Assistant Chief Martin Morales is also running a similar event for students in NYPD Queens South.
Although there is not a set end date for donations the tentative deadline is April. The high school at which the items will be donated is TBA.
Donors can drop off their items any time to Youth Officers at the following locations:
104th Precinct: 64-02 Catalpa Ave., Ridgewood
108th Precinct: 547 50th Ave., Long Island City
109th Precinct: 37-05 Union Street, Flushing
110th Precinct: 94-41 43rd Ave., Corona
111th Precinct: 45-06 215th Street, Bayside
112th Precinct: 68-40 Austin Street, Forest Hills
114th Precinct: 34-16 Astoria Blvd S, Astoria
115th Precinct: 92-15 Northern Blvd., Jackson Heights
For more information on the drive or to schedule a pick up, call Sergeant Colvin or PO Nugent at 718-520-8612.
Here are some upcoming meetings in Middle Village to have on your calendar.
Tonight at 7 p.m., Community Education Council (CEC) 24’s Construction and Maintenance Committee are meeting at PS/IS 128, located at 69-10 65th Drive.
Then on Wednesday night, Community Board 5 is having its regular monthly meeting.
Like usual, this meeting will begin a 7:30 p.m. in the cafeteria of Christ the King High School, 68-02 Metropolitan Avenue.
There’s a lot on the agenda, including a public hearing on a proposal by the NYC DOT to remove a planting area within a right-of-way. The want to replace it with a curb cut or driveway on Metropolitan.
This will be followed by a presentation on the New Express Care Facility by Elmhurst Hospital, and a presentation by Transitional Services for New York.
It’s the first CB5 meeting of 2019, so you don’t want to miss it!
Thanks, A third student came to our school.
A second student came to our school!