Sunday, September 16, 2018

Wed. Sept. 26 - General Tenants Meeting

Let's not feed the NYC Trash Monster.

Hear Jacqueline Ottman of the Manhattan Solid Waste Advisory Board talk trash at our next
General Tenants Meeting
Wed., Sept. 26 at 8 PM
in the Community Room.

To learn something about the topic in advance, check out

We'll also talk about building issues and (a little) about the past election. 

Bring a friend!



Friday, September 7, 2018

Trash talk: Where does our garbage go, and how can we make things better?

Hear Jacqueline Ottman, a member of the 
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Manhattan Solid Waste Advisory Board* 

TALK TRASH:
 Where it goes 
    How that affects us
        What we can do about it.

at our next GENERAL 
TENANTS MEETING
Wednesday, Sept. 26, 2018 at 8 PM
in the Community Room.

Refreshments (of course).  Bring a friend and a neighbor!

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*The Manhattan Solid Waste Advisory Board (MSWAB) – a nonprofit, nongovernmental organization – is a joint creation of the City Council and the Borough President, dedicated to increasing recycling, reducing solid waste, and advancing solid waste policy in New York City. The Board is composed of waste and recycling industry experts and concerned citizens, nominated by sitting Board members or Council Members and appointed by the Manhattan Borough President’s Office.

Thursday, August 9, 2018

Stay Fit: This Sunday: Free Yoga Class, then Monday: ShapeUp NY.

SUNDAY, AUGUST 12, 2018
5:30 PM Take a weekend breather with a free Yoga Class. 

 






Sunday, July 22, 2018

Stretch your bodies and your mind. 3 activities coming up!

MONDAY, JULY 23, 2018

6:00 PM  ShapeUp NYC in the Community Room 

7:30PM  TOWN HALL on JEWISH HOME LIFECARE'S PROPOSED CONSTRUCTION
Learn what's proposed for 97th Street between Columbus and Amsterdam Avenue, what it means for us and what we might do.  Social worker, nursing home expert, and neighbor (across the street) Cathy Unsino will present some information, and then we'll share questions and suggestions. 

SUNDAY, AUGUST 12, 2018
5:30 PM Take a weekend breather with a free Yoga Class. 
 





Saturday, May 26, 2018

POT LUCK - THANKS TO ALL!

THANKS TO :

Pot Luck Planners Maxine Soares, Debbie Gonzalez, and Lydia Pitsirilos who 
oversaw the event, bought supplies, set up the party, replenished the food and drink, collected trash, and cleaned up! Lydia did the decorations.

Click here for a PHOTO ALBUM.  to which you can add your own photos. 

and THANKS TO 

CS and Vernon Smith for major setting up, with the help of Cary Webb and Letty Orellano

to DJ Bobby Moorhead for making everyone tap their feet - or merengue;

to Pat Jordan and Joan Browne for phoning tenants and to Pat for bringing food to the doorman and to homebound tenants, and for cleaning up;

to Joan Browne, Melanie Eversley, Frank Leonardo, Kitty Rivera, and Ray von Dohren for greeting people and signing them in; 

to Laura Koulish and Tish Howard for food distribution and clean-up during the dinner;

to the post-dinner clean-up crew, including Joan Browne, Melanie Eversley, Barbara Garson, Pat Jordan, Laura Koulish, Steve Koulish, Sean Lynch, Wyona Purcell, CS, and Vernon Smith;

to Na'ava Ades and CS for the children's table, art supplies and toys, and 

THANKS FOR DELICIOUS FOOD AND DRINK TO

Saturday, May 19, 2018

Pot Luck Party Tonight at 6!


POT LUCK PARTY TONIGHT at 6 PM!
in the Community Room

 Eat wonderful food
Meet friends old and new
Renew our tenant community
Dance a little
Sing a little
Listen to - and talk with - our State Senator Brian Benjamin
and
HAVE FUN!

If you bring a dish or beverage for 8-10 people, or help out, your household comes for free.  Otherwise, it's $10/person or $15/household.  SCRIE and DRIE tenants come for free.

Monday, May 14, 2018

This Saturday, May 19th - Our Pot Luck Party from 6-8:30 PM!

POT LUCK PARTY THIS SAT., MAY 19!
Feast on Indian vegetables, pigeon peas and rice, Jamaican jerk chicken, roasted vegetables, garlic string beans, cole slaw, tossed salad, roast pork, turkey chili  . . . . and more. Click here for the menu so far.

Food, Music, 
State Senator Brian Benjamin,
a Kids' Table, and Friendly Neighbors.

ALL TENANTS WELCOME! 
Bring what you can – or help out to come for free. Otherwise $10/person or $15/household
Most of all, just COME AND HAVE FUN!