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February & March 2003 Headlines
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March Celebration of Women and National Nutrition at NYCD
NYCD National Nutrition Month Program for Uniformed and Civilian Staff: Program includes education on diabetes, heart diseases and blood pressure screenings by medical staff. Make the time to ensure your future with your family!
The Nutrition Program will be held at the following NYCD locations: (VCBC- March 23, 2004 from 1100-1300 hrs) (B.B.K.C- March 26, 2004 from 1100-1400hrs) (OBCC- March 23, 2004 from 1100-1400hrs) (AMKC- March 24,2004 from 1100-1300hrs) (EMTC- March 25, 2004 from 1200-1400hrs) (NIC- March 26, 2004 from 1000-1200hrs) (West Facility- March 30, 2004 from 1100-1300hrs) (GRVC- March 30, 2004 from 1100-1300hrs)
The H.A.D.L.E.Y. Players Gertrude Jeannette, Founder/Artistic Director
Celebrating 25 Years of Theater Excellence in Harlem present
"Miss Hazels House of Heavenly Rest"
FIRST TWO PERFORMANCES SOLD-OUT
"Miss Hazels House of Heavenly Rest" Written & Directed by Hazel Rosetta Smith is a real happening at The H.A.D.L.E.Y. Players Theatre in Harlem (Lower Level of St. Philips Community Center) 207 West 133rd Street (between 7th & 8th Avenues)
Seats are available for Saturdays at 3 P.M. November 15, 22 & 29./ December 6, 2003 All Tickets are $15. Call Miss Hazel at (212) 362-3681 ASAP
Laughter can heal a heavy heart. Dont miss this hilarious comedy! The Guardian Chronicle! Building Bridges to Law Enforcement, Community , Youth & You!
100 BLACKS IN LAW ENFORCEMENT WHO CARE Annual Awards Dinner and Dance Photo & Story by Beverly Holder November 7, 2003
NYS CORRECTIONS & LAW ENFORCEMENT GUARDIANS ASSOC. INC. CORDIALLY INVITE YOU TO THEIR FIRST ANNUAL BLACK TIE SCHOLARSHIP AWARD AND REUNION DINNER DANCE SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 20, 2003 8PM at THE RAMADA PLAZA HOTEL JFK AIRPORT, JAMAICA, NY 11413 (Click Here)
MAYOR MICHAEL R. BLOOMBERG, POLICE COMMISSIONER RAYMOND W. KELLY CRIMINAL JUSTICE COORDINATOR JOHN FEINBLATT AND CITY DISTRICT ATTORNEYS ANNOUNCE THE JOHN DOE INDICTMENT PROJECT August 4, 2003
In His Spirit! Stand Up and Make A Difference!
July 3, 2003 Charles Billups Sister Killed: Charles is the President of the Guardian Council of Guardians-NYC
Wake Services for the Mother of Eric Taylor- Former Chief of Department, New York City Department of Correction will take place April 3, 2003 from 2-4pm and 7-9pm: Directions...Take Northern State Parkway to Exit 32. Make a Right on Post Avenue and look for the Funeral Home.
Our Support & Prayers are with the Taylor Family: The New York City Correction Guardians, The Grand Council of Guardians and the Guardian Chronicle Magazine wish to express our support for the Taylor family.
April 15, "Mr. Norman Seabrook President of Correction Officers' Benevolent Association Holds Emergency Meeting"
Pat Lynch President NYPD April 16 Says "City Will Go Back To The 1970's Crime Will and is Going Up"
Norman Seabrook President NYDC April 15 says "I Will Work To Make Sure Every Correction Officer Can Feed His or Her Family! My Executive Board and I Have a Plan!"
Norman Seabrook-President COBA" Layoffs are Not Right! We have to find creative ways to Stop Correction Officers from losingThier Jobs. Mr. Seabrook Fighting to Save Jobs on the Openline Show in New York City April 20, 2003: (9:45am) 98.7KissFM
MTA Cooking The Books? April 23, 2003
NYPD Commissioner Kelly Tells Banks "Need Better Security Like Digital Cameras " 159 banks hit this year. April 23, 2003
April 27, 2003 Norman Seabrook COBA President on 98.7Kiss FM Radio in New York City "Unions Fighting Back Against Layoffs" Photo by Ralph E Smith
May 3 2003 Rikers Island 5K Race by NYDC Running Club- Ivan Colon & Tom McFall...Race Opening by Martin F. Horn Commissioner. 200 runners, friends, and staff came out made this a great family event. Sound system by Ralph E Smith. Start line photos by Carmen Rodriguez. Finish Line photos by Ralph E Smith
2002 STORIES AND HEADLINES
Eric Taylor- Former Chief of NYC Department of Correction Conducts Gang Presentation & Past Headlines from 2002
September to October 7, 2002 News Articles: COBA at Rye Playland, African American Day Parade, September Weddings by Ralph E. Smith
May 17- 29: Mayor Bloomberg Attends NYC Correction Officer's Youth& Staff Award Dance/ Community School CS 134 Classes in Woods!
April 3, 2002: Federation Awards & Photos
March 22, 2002: Gangs on Long Island Conference at NCC College.
March 16 & 17 Headlines: St. Patrick Day Parade, NYPD Guardian Protest
March 8, 2002: President Bush Comes Keeps His Word: Billions for New York City
What do you think about the NYC Abner Louima Torture Case and Charles Schwarz going free? Send in your opinions!
March 5, 2002: Rev Betty Neal and Ministers of Harlem USA, Inc Honor Women in Law Enforcement March 5, 2002
March 1, 2002: No Justice for NYC Louima Case! An Act of Terrorism by the Federal Court of Appeals