One of the Owners of the NY Islanders Donates to Ice Hockey in Harlem

John Ledecky, one of the co-owners of the NY Islanders hockey team has donated $50,000 to Ice Hockey in Harlem, a program dedicated to providing free hockey instruction to children in Harlem. This contribution builds upon the $27,000 previously given by Ledecky to honor the late advocate for Ice Hockey in Harlem, John Tonneli.

Ice Hockey Harlem began in 1987 with 40 participants, who attended classroom sessions to learn about the game and skate on the ice once a week. The group would take the ice at Lasker Rink on the north end of Central Park, where volunteers taught and trained the youngsters the fundamentals of the game.

Read more, HERE.

Community Health and Wellness Celebration

148th between Amsterdam Avenue & Broadway, New York, NY, 10023

Please join us for our 3rd Annual Community Health and Wellness event on 148th Street between Amsterdam and Broadway! It will be a day of health, fun, and festivity! Our community partners will be present, including our elected representatives, and the NYPL Libray. Community Board 9, Columbia University, Herbas, FDNY, our local churches, and faith-based organizations…. 

There will be a bouncy house, children’s story time, health workshops, fun and much fun.

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