Camp Common Place is a residential summer camp for youth ages 13-17. This safe and supportive learning environment celebrates LGBTQ (Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender, Questioning) and Allied Youth, allowing them a place where they can be themselves and experience diverse program offerings. The campground is located in the Hudson Valley region of New York State-250-acres of scenic wooded lakefront views. Click here to download the application.
Hazra Joanne Ali, a Trinidadian American, immigrated to the United States in 2003 and founded her own small business, New Hope and Beyond, Inc., a real estate investment company that deals primarily, but not exclusively, with foreclosure properties in Brooklyn.
A former fashion model and a graduate of UWI – St. Augustine, Ms. Ali is a licensed pharmacist. She worked as an account executive with Akzo-Nobel, a large international pharmaceutical company and later, Ares-Serono, where she managed sales and marketing for the Manhattan market. For 13 years she successfully united her education as a pharmacist with the wealth of marketing training she received in the biotech industry.
In Albany, Senator Adams along with Senator Parker and Assemblymember Millman honored Hazel Collman at the 2013 Senior Citizens' Recognition Day. Ms. Collman was recognized for her 20 years of extraordinary civic engagement and volunteerism to her community. She is a resident Brooklyn, who has served the President of 300 East 25th Street Block Association; President Bethel Holy Church Usher Board; Peer Leader CAMBA Anit-Stigma HIV/AIDS; Volunteer for R.S.V.P.; Catholic Charities Heart Share Division; and Brooklyn Botanical Gardens.
Healthfirst, in partnership with Youth America, will sponsor the 3rd Annual Youth Talent Showcase at Brooklyn College. Students attending schools in Senator Adams' 20th Senatorial district will display their talents through singing, dancing, and instrumental renditions.
Senator Eric Adams was the guest speaker at Janes Methodist United Church for their Men's Day service. His message challenged the men in the community to be good citizens, participate in the political process and taking an active role in improving their community.