Queens Adult Basketball Leagues are start up Thursday,
Sept. 19 for the Astoria/Long Island City Queens division. Learn more.
Helen's Walk Adds A Run Component
After 17 years and suggestions from
participants, the annual Helen’s Walk, organized by the Helen Keller National
Center for Deaf-Blind Youths and Adults (HKNC) in Sands Point now has a run
component. The event is slated for Sept. 22.
The addition, spearheaded by local Sands Point resident and Helen Keller Services Board Trustee Richard Dzwlewicz, hopes to introduce the work done at HKNC to a new audience.
The event is being managed by runner
and race organizer David Katz and his group, Finish Line Road Race
Technicians. The race will begin at the Sands Point Preserve and end on
the grounds of HKNC.
Attention, fashionistas on a budget: Church on
the Hill Bargain Boutique on 167-07 35 Avenue in Flushing reopens on Thursday Sept.
19. The shop will be open Thursdays and Saturdays, from 10 a.m.-1 p.m.
In September www.twenty3orchard.com,
which features women’s wear, will be donating 10 percent sales to the
Long Island Fight for Charity, which raises money for the Long Island Community
Chest, The Genesis School, and the National Foundation for Human Potential. Get more information regarding the benefiting charities.