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Equality Charter School
celebrates 10th anniversary
The Equality Charter School will
celebrate their 10th anniversary during
Bronx Week on Wednesday, May
15, at the Marina del Rey, 1 Marina
Drive, from 6:30 to 9:30 p.m.
Equality Middle School is located
in Co-op City. It opened in 2009, and
serves 270 scholars.
(NOTE: Equality also operates
a high school in Castle Hill which
opened on 2014 and serves 360 scholars.)
Over 250 attendees are expected,
including elected offi cials, community
leaders, educators, and parents.
The celebration will include a silent
auction and raffl es, with prizes
valued at over $20,000.
For further information call (347)
Natural Areas Conservancy
awards grant to Bronx Park
The Natural Areas Conservancy
recently announced the selection of
Bronx Park as one of this year’s grantees
for long-term forest management
As part of the program, the NAC
will provide consulting on forest
management and long-term planning
through seven-month engagements
with the Bronx Zoo through the Wildlife
Conservation Society, the New
York Botanical Garden and the Bronx
“The Bronx River Alliance serves
as a coordinated voice for the river,”
said Maggie Scott Greenfi eld, executive
director of the Bronx River Alliance
and Bronx River Administrator.
“We work in harmonious partnership
to protect, improve, and restore the
Bronx River corridor so that it can be
a healthy ecological, recreational, educational,
and economic resource for
Corner of Westchester Avenue & Crosby Avenue
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