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FOCUS ON QUEENS: Eastern Queens Alliance hosts Idlewild Wetland and Wildlife Preserve Benefit

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Gregory Mays (l.), the master of ceremonies, applauds as Queens Borough President Helen Marshall (c.) receives her award from Barbara Brown and Gloria Boyce-Charles, (r.) the Eastern Queens Alliance’s corresponding secretary. Photo by Christina Santucci
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Ratan Kumar Dhar, (r.) assistant professor coordinator for Environmental Health Science at York College, receives an award from Barbara Brown, (l.) the Eastern Queens Aliiance chairperson, and Richard Belgrave, an EQA professional member.
Photo by Christina Santucci
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Honoree Cassandra DePass is joined by her former students, Christina Torres (l.) and Hannah Toussaint, who performed community service to improve the Idlewild Wetland and Wildlife Preserve. Photo by Christina Santucci
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Springfield Gardens resident Fay Hill (r.) accepts her 2013 Snowy Egret Award from Barbara Brown (l.) and Eastern Queens Alliance Financial Secretary Bernella Wilcox. Photo by Christina Santucci
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Representatives from the Southern Queens Residents Environmental Justic Council accept their award. Photo by Christina Santucci
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Patrick Evans, (l.) vice chair of the Eastern Queens Alliance, presents the award to Alicia Hyndman, president of the Community Education Council District 29. Photo by Christina Santucci

The Eastern Queens Aliiance, Inc. recently held its Idlewild Wetland and Wildlife Preserve Benefit and Awards luncheon at the Inn at New Hyde Park.

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Delcina Briwn from Springfield Gardens says:
That's a great picture of Ms. Hill. She has now received a long deserving for her community service. Congratulations to Ms. Hill
March 31, 2013, 2:46 pm

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