EDGEWATER PARK HOSTS CHRISTMAS TREE LIGHTING
Santa Claus wished many local children a happy and safe
holiday season. Photo by Aracelis Batista
Children and their families enjoyed viewing the radiant
Christmas tree dedicated to Mary Hammer.
Photo by Aracelis Batista
SALES FORCE SHARES HOLIDAY
CHEER AT BRONX CENTER Over 30 people participated in Crotona International High School’s Interdisciplinary project with the CTE Video
Sales Force healthcare specialist Christopher Authier and 20 volunteers
visited Bronx Center residents on Wednesday, December 5. The visit was
capped off with a ‘Bowl-a-thon,’ in the dining room complete with a plastic
bowling ball and pins.
49TH PRECINCT HOSTS CHILDREN’S CHRISTMAS PARTY
Councilman Mark Gjonaj enjoyed celebrating the holidays with every member of the 49th Precinct family.
BRONX TIMES REPORTER, D 30 ECEMBER 21-27, 2018 BTR
Local youth enjoyed some tasty cookies and hot chocolate
as they awaited Santa’s arrival. Photo by Aracelis Batista
Edgewater Park celebrated its annual Christmas Tree Lighting Ceremony and Santa Claus Visit on Sunday, December 9.
Bronx Center residents had a ball during the Bowl-a-thon.
Photo courtesy of Centers Health Care/Bronx Center
CROTONA INTERNATIONAL HS COMMUNITY PROJECT
and Social Studies Production Class on Thursday, December 13 at the Belmont Library.
Students and group leaders discussed issues on crime, trash, food access, immigration and violence against
women. Photo by Fernando Justiniano
Captain Andrew Natiw (back, 2nd from l), 49th Precinct commanding offi cer; Community Affairs police offi cer
David Lepore (back, c) and Gjonaj (r) welcomed everyone to the party.
Photo courtesy of Councilman Mark Gjonaj’s Offi ce