FIREFIGHTERS GIVE CHAM PATIENTS HOLIDAY CHEER
DIAZ, AT&T HOST ANNUAL CHESS CHALLENGE
I.S. 131 STUDENTS ENJOY CHRISTMAS IN THE BRONX
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PRESS GANEY HONORS CALVARY FOR 13 YEARS
For the 13th consecutive year, Press Ganey Associates, Inc. has recognized Calvary Hospital
for its consistent top scores for patient and family satisfaction. This year, Calvary received
the Guardian of Excellence Award for maintaining scores at or above the 95th percentile for
patient satisfaction throughout the nation.
(l-r) Mike, Donna and Lester celebrated the honor with some frozen treats at the hospital’s
ice cream bar. Photo courtesy of Calvary Hospital
Firefi ghters from Engine 62, Ladder 32 located on Gun Hill Road delivered toys and shared
some holiday spirit with patients at the Children’s Hospital at Montefi ore during their annual
Firefi ghters spread good cheer and give presents to the children.
Courtesy of Montefi ore Health System
CRESPO ATTENDS UNION CARPENTERS TOY DRIVE
The NYC District Council of Carpenters and CCA Metro partnered with Assemblyman Marcos
Crespo to deliver toys to the annual Christmas Show on Saturday, December 15 at the Justice
Sonia Sotomayor Community Center.
Assemblyman Crespo (front, 3rd from l) joined others in giving back this holiday season.
Photo courtesy of NYCDCC
Borough President Ruben Diaz, Jr.; AT&T and Chess in the Schools co-hosted the Bronx Borough
President’s annual Chess Challenge on Tuesday, December 18 at the Bronx County
Building’s Veterans’ Memorial Hall.
Diaz (back, c) congratulated this year’s division champions.
Photo courtesy of Borough President Ruben Diaz, Jr.’s Offi ce
Councilman Ruben Diaz, Sr. and Republican Party president Ed Cox co-hosted a Christmas in the Bronx celebration on Tuesday, December 18 at I.S. 131. Free toys, donated by Ed Cox, were
provided to the fi rst 1,000 children between the ages of 1 to 10-years-old.
Republican Party president Ed Cox (6th from l), Councilman Diaz (2nd from r) and others welcomed Santa to the festivities. Photo by Fernando Justiniano