NYC Department of Youth & Community Development
Bronx Spring into Health Fair was
held on Saturday, April 13 at P&J Beacon at I.S.
192. Spring Into Health Fair engaged, encouraged,
empowered and exposed community
residents to an array of holistic services.
(above) Councilman Mark Gjonaj (back, c)
celebrated with residents who attended this
year’s Bronx Spring into Health Fair.
(right) Cares Restart Acacdemy’s Danielle
Bernfeld attempted the obstacle course
with near zero goggles.
(below) (l-r) NYC Department of Health’s Erica
Peralta-Downing and NYC Department of
Environmental Protection’s Effi e Ardizzone
and Humberto Galarzaprovided guests with
Photos by Silvio Pacifi co
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JACOBI WELCOMES STARLIGHT FOUNDATION
Jacobi Hospital’s leadership welcomed leaders from Starlight Children’s Foundation on
Wednesday, April 17 to thank them for their recent donations to the facility. Recently, Starlight
donated 200 playful patient gowns for children and a new entertainment center featuring a
Nintendo Wii U.
Nyoka Johnson (front, l) enjoyed her new gown and playing video games on Jacobi’s new
system. Photo courtesy of Jacobi Hospital
SHAKESPEARE VISITS WILLIAMSBRIDGE OVAL
In partnership with Councilman Andrew Cohen, The Public Theater gave a free live performance
of the classic Shakespeare tale ‘The Tempest’ on Thursday, April 11 at Williamsbridge
Oval Recreation Center.
The actors performed an iconic scene from The Tempest. Photo courtesy of The Public Theater
Approximately 20 Triboro Center residents
celebrated their annual Easter
Egg Hunt on Thursday, April 18. The
recreation staff fi lled nearly 50 eggs
with a tasty chocolate treat.
Joseph Norfl eet found 20 eggs at this
year’s Easter Egg Hunt.
Photo courtesy of Centers Health Care/