This meeting consists of representatives from Southeast Queens elected officials offices, local police precincts, the Queens District Attorney’s office, community and civic leaders, clergy and concerned citizens.
The Internet has many benefi ts. It allows us to stay in touch, get news and information,and buy things cheaply. However, we also need to know how to staysafe, protect our personal information, avoid scams, and use the right tools onour computers.• Learn to protect yourself from identity theft, scams, and fraud.• Learn how to save money by shopping safely.• Even if you’ve never used a computer, come ask questions. Be informed!
For more information, please contact Senator Smith’s district offi ce at (718) 528-4290.
The Senator Malcolm A. Smith Education Advisory Committee, Community Church of the Nazarene, Center for Community Development and Education Reform, African American/ Caribbean Education Association, Inc. will host a school safety forum: “Keeping Our Children Safe”.
This meeting consists of representatives from Southeast Queens elected officials offices, local police precincts, the Queens District Attorney’s office, community and civic leaders, clergy and concerned citizens. The purpose of the meeting is to hold an open dialogue between law enforcement officials and concerned citizens to discuss ways to improve our community. Please join us!
(NEW YORK)- New York State Senate President Pro Tempore Malcolm A. Smith will once again jump-start the holiday season by distributing over 150 turkeys to organizations and constituents throughout his district. This event has largely been successful in the past, and will prove to once again provide turkeys to families in need. The turkeys are being donated by Health Plus, a health care provider known for its community involvement in Southeast Queens and the real estate development company, Arverne By The Sea.
Thank you to all of those who participated in the New York State Senate's fist ever online Town Hall. Since we're always striving to serve the people of New York better, and this was our first attempt at an event like this, we would appreciate your feedback on how we can improve the experience.