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Taking A Bite Out Of Woodside by Sue Baldock

In the face of a Nor’easter, Woodside on the Move (WOTM) held the first ever Taste of Woodside on November 7th. As board member Jim Daley said, “It’s a good way to spend a nasty winter’s eve”. Good and yummy! Over 100 people braved the snow during the course of the evening to see what fare Woodside has to offer. Adrian Bordoni, Executive Director of WOTM, was impressed with the “spirit and courage of Woodside and Sunnyside for coming to the event during a blizzard”. This philanthropic organization is donating a portion of the proceeds

to the hurricane relief fund and has drop off stations at PS 111 and Murphy’s Bar for clothing, food and toiletries. Don’t forget the pups, there is also a drop off station at Skillman Pet’s for pet products, food, kitty litter, leashes, etc. Big and small, the pets of the hurricane need solace too. The giving continued with the Turkish Cultural Center of Queens. Sila Asa, Program Coordinator and Cooking Instructor, commented that a portion of the proceeds from the upcoming Turkish cooking class would go to the victims of Sandy as well! Councilman Jimmy van Bramer

Hurricane Sandy Dominates Topics At Chamber Luncheon by Patricia Dorfman

The Sunnyside Chamber of Commerce holds its public-is-invited luncheon (cost: $20) on the second Tuesday of the month at Dazies Restaurant on Queens Blvd. at 39th Place at 12:30, and the October 13th meeting was largely devoted to discussions of gasoline lines, flooding, power outages and relief efforts in the aftermath of the October 29 “Storm of the Century.” Most agreed that Sunnyside and Woodside “got off easy,” except for the multitude of downed trees, some a century old, causing snarled traffic, and a loss of neighborhood beauty. The charismatic NYPD Lieutenant Mark Turner substituted as special speaker as 108th Precinct Commanding Officer Donald Powers (newly-promoted to Deputy Inspector) sent regrets due to Sandy relief efforts. Lt. Turner was recently appointed as head of “Special Projects” and was warmly welcomed by Chamber President Swain Weiner, who led the meeting.

On a brighter note, President Weiner said he was proud to announce that Queens Borough President Helen Marshall would be the official lighter of the Chamber holiday tree on Tuesday, November 27 at 6PM. The free event takes place annually at Sabba Park at 48th Street and Queens Boulevard. There will be candy canes for children, caroling, a prayer from Father Brian Dowd, and the toe-tapping beat of the Sunnyside Drum Corps. “Afterwards, as always,” Weiner added, “everyone is invited to a $35 prix fixe at Dazies, which includes a glass of wine.” Judy Zangwill, Executive Director of Sunnyside Community Services, announced the hosting the “Sunnyside Cares” event to raise money for storm victims, which takes place on the ground floor of SCS, this Sunday at 4PM Sunday, November 18. She said, “We were approached by local organizers and had to say yes.” The event will have catered food donated by local restaurants, music and activities for children. All funds go to the needy. Judy thanked 108 Community Affairs Officers Louis Sorrentino and Luis Diaz, who attended, for their assistance in getting emergency gasoline for the SCS meals-for-the-elderly vehicles, which had been grounded due to the storm. (continued on Page 5)



welcomed the evening and mingled with attendees in this relaxed and warm atmosphere. “We went to the Taste of Sunnyside and had to come here,” commented Michelle Anchaluisa and Michelle Yapjoco, local teachers who grew up in the area. Their friend, local Designer and Project Runway competitor, Ricky Lizalde busily inhaled the aromas to make his first selection. Sean Og’s was Elsa’s favorite, and she was very impressed with La Adelita, a Mexican restaurant that she had been wanting to try. (continued on Page 5)

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Hurricane Sandy Dominates Topics At Chamber Luncheon Having Fun While Helping Hurricane Victims by Rob MacKay

Hurricane Sandy certainly devastated Queens residents and businesses. But now the borough is showing its resilience. There are various local benefits this weekend that aim to raise money for superstorm victims, and some of them are in Western Queens. Some information follows. The New York Irish Center has been a drop-off point for donations since the hurricane. This Friday, Nov. 16, at 7:30 pm, the Long Island City venue will offer free admission to any storm-displaced person to a screening of An Everlasting Piece, a Belfast-based film about Colm, a Catholic, and George, a poetry-loving Protestant. They could have been enemies, but instead they became business partners and embark on house calls in neighborhoods that are dangerous for one or the other. The center, located at 10-40 Jackson Ave., will also show Give up Yer Aul Sins, an Oscar-nominated short by the acclaimed Irish animation company Brown Bag Films. For the general public, admission is $11 with a pre-showing discounted bar. This Sunday, Nov. 18, there are actually two benefits in Western Queens. The Laughing Devil Comedy Club has united with a mothers group to present the Sticky Fingers and Snapshots Fundraiser for Hurricane Sandy. To take place at the 47-38 Vernon Blvd. club from 11 am to 1 pm, the benefit will feature a bake sale with homemade treats, baby/toddler photo sessions, a coat drive for New York Cares and a full bar with 14 beers on draft. All the proceeds from the bake sale and photo sessions and half the drink proceeds will be donated to the New York Cares hurricane relief efforts. “As mothers, when you see someone suffering, you want to jump in and help,” said Krista Punsalan, an event organizer. “When Sandy hit, our families donated food, diapers and money and were truly inspired by our community reaching out. We rallied together and came up with Sticky Fingers and Snapshots to raise funds for New York Cares and their Sandy relief efforts. In addition to raising money, we hope this event brings the community together and sparks the spirit of giving in others.”

R.U.S.H. CONCERT November 18th 4-8PM Fun-seekers and do-gooders can head to Sunnyside Community Service at 43-31 39th St. for the RUSH Concert. Restaurants Unite for Sandy Help and Sunnyside Cares will offer an extravaganza featuring music, food, drinks, children’s activities and a monster raffle. Consider $10 allyou-can-eat bracelets, $10 bar bracelets, $15 combo bar-food bracelets and $5 children’s bracelets. Again, all money raised will go directly to victims of Hurricane Sandy.

(L-R) Local attorney Stephen Weiner of Young Israel Synagogue, Lily Gavin of Dazies Restaurant and Chamber VP, Lt. Mark Turner, NYPD Special Projects, George Custance, of VFW Post 2813 and Chamber Board member, Silvia Lara, Business Bank Officer of the Queens Blvd. at 39th Street branch of Citibank, 108 Community Affairs P.O. Luis Diaz, Swain Weiner of Greiner Maltz Investment Properties and Chamber Pres., Edna Espaillat, Branch Manager and Vice Pres. of Citibank at 39th, and 108 Community Affairs P.O. Louis Sorrentino. (continued from front page) Attendee Arthur Rosenfield, founder of the new LIC/Astoria Chamber of Commerce, mentioned that Long Island City experienced more widespread hardship, noting “Three of our leading LIC restaurants were flooded, Shi, the Waterfront Crab House, and the Water’s Edge.” Joe Kenton, Councilman Jimmy Van Bramer’s Chief of Staff, distributed posters and urged all to “March for Justice,” in support of increased NYPD investigation

into the October brutal slaying of local gay leader, Lou Rispoli. The march will begin this Saturday, November 17, at 4pm at 51st St & 43rd Ave. On a brighter note, President Weiner said he was proud to announce that Queens Borough President Helen Marshall would be the official lighter of the Chamber holiday tree on Tuesday, November 27 at 6PM. The free event takes place annually at Sabba Park at 48th Street and Queens Boulevard. There will be candy canes for children, caroling, a prayer from Father Brian

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Honoring Our Veterans

Sailor of the Week Aviation Maint. Administrationman 1st Class Neva Jones (right) receives a letter of commendation from Capt. Steven Wieman, commanding officer of Naval Air Facility (NAF) Atsugi, in recognition of her selection as Sailor of the Week.

Veterans Day Service at John V. Daniels Square The VFW Post 2813 honored our service men and women who sacrificed their lives in service to their country.

Collecting Funds For Hurricane Relief NYS Assembly Member Michael DenDekker (D/WFP-Queens) accepted a check from the United Muslim Relief Foundation payable to the American Red Cross for $1,658 for relief programs designed to assist those Queens residents who were hardest hit by Hurricane Sandy. “Hurricane Sandy was one of the worst storms New York State has ever experienced,” DenDekker said. “Many, many people were impacted; some lost loved ones, while others lost their homes and livelihoods. Our condolences and prayers go out to all. I was honored to be invited to the Islamic Center of Jackson Heights located at 78th Street and 31st Avenue to accept a check in the amount of $1,658 payable to the American Red Cross. The community of Jackson Heights, although greatly affected by the storm, still took its time to help

Assemblyman DenDekker accepting a relief check from the United Muslim Relief Foundation at the Islamic Center of Jackson Heights.

our fellow brothers and sisters in need. The Islamic Center of Jackson Heights and the United Muslim Relief Foundation are just two great examples of the compassion and generosity that make up our community. I am proud of those members of the Muslim Community who collected donations and in turn donated these

much needed funds to the American Red Cross.” Assembly Member DenDekker reminded residents of the 34th Assembly District that if they require any assistance with post-Sandy relief and reconstruction efforts, please do not hesitate to contact the district office at (718) 457-0384.

Sailor of the week is a title granted to a different Sailor on board Naval Air Facility (NAF) Atsugi once a week who has shown exemplary skill and work ethic within their shop and rate. This week’s Sailor of the Week is Aviation Maintenance Administrationman 1st Class Neva Jones. Jones was honored as the guest host of the base’s weekly show, Captain’s Call, with the Commanding Officer Capt. Steven Wieman and Command Master Chief Carlton Duncan, during an on location filming at Jones’ command, Fleet Readiness Center Western Pacific (FRC WESTPAC). Jones is a native of the Woodside neighborhood of Queens, N.Y. “I joined the Navy for money for college,” said Jones. “I was tired of living at home under my parents’ roof and I wanted to actually do something with my life.” Jones has been in the Navy for over 18 years and currently works as the maintenance administrator, command career counselor and leading petty officer for her department. Jones supervises 15 Sailors at five sites in the Western Pacific and was hand-picked to create her command’s Maintenance Administration Department which oversees the development of the first FRC WESTPAC depot level monthly maintenance plan and tool control local command procedures. “Jones is a dedicated leader,” remarked Senior Chief Aviation Structural Mechanic Wajid Khan, Jones’ acting immediate supervisor. “Her efforts directly improved oversight at all FRC WESTPAC Detachments globally, and also aided in streamlining the watchbill and contingency disaster plans.” As career counselor she is responsible for submitting perform to serve applications, special career based requests, and re-enlistments, organizes career development boards, pre-separation counseling as well as negotiates orders for her sailors. “She provided outstanding mentorship to junior Sailors within FRC WESTPAC and throughout NAF Atsugi,” said Khan. “Conducting 20 navy wide advancement exam study groups as well as inspiring 28 Sailors to enroll in off-duty education and United Ser-

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vices Military Apprenticeship Program, which increases advancement rate by 75 percent.” “I’m leading my troops to be better Sailors,” explains Jones. “To be more well rounded overall not just as Sailors, but personally as well.” Jones highly encourages her junior Sailors to go to school, study for advancement exams and get involved in extracurricular activities such as volunteer work.“Anything to better themselves,” claims Jones. Jones’ hard work has been recognized through her six Good Conduct medals, three Navy and Marine Corps Achievement Medals and one Military Outstanding Volunteerism Service Medal. The dedication shown in her work spreads into her personal life as well. “I have somehow or another advanced myself whether it be in my career or personally,” said Jones. During her time in the Navy, Jones has managed to complete her bachelor’s degree in humanities from the University of Maryland University College and in the spring will have completed her master’s in liberal studies from the State University of New York at Stony Brook. Jones’ time at FCR WESTPAC is almost complete and with a little more than a year left before she retires from the Navy, Jones is looking to the future. My ideal twilight tour would be to go to a small boy (a surface ship smaller than a carrier) and do a Med. (Mediterranean) cruise,” responds Jones. “Then my entire navy career is kind of complete.” While serving in the Navy, Jones has been stationed on the east coast, west coast and overseas installations. “If I do a Med. cruise then I’m well rounded and nothing left for me to do,” explains Jones. When thinking about the future and life after the Navy, Jones expressed interest in possibly joining Troops to Teachers, a program assisting service members in achieving their goal of becoming a teacher. Troops to Teachers was established in 1994 by the U.S. Department of Defense to help eligible military personnel begin a new career after their military service as public school teachers where their skills, knowledge and experience are needed most.



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Taking A Bite Out Of Woodside Everyone was in good spirits and having fun as crooner, Tony Bruno entertained with his melodic voice and raffle prize winners Mary Hummel and Jim Daley were announced. From the warm and wonderful soup of Takesushi, to the burgers of Ottomanelli’s, this taste was delicious!

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Thank You

Letters To The Editor

Dear Woodside Herald, Without your wonderful support year after year, we know we would not do as well as we do. Thank you from all the Sunnyside Artists Editors Note: You’re very welcome.

The following letters are the opinions of its author and not necessarily those of the Woodside Herald.

Dr. Agarwal

Silver Lining In Sandy Dear Editor, If “Sandy” can be said to have had any silver lining, it is that it shows us once again how New Yorkers pull together during times of crisis. I am so grateful to Sunnyside Community Services’ staff and volunteers for working so hard under such difficult conditions to ensure the safety of the thousands of homebound seniors and others entrusted to our care. Our staff made telephone and cell calls throughout the storm and after to ensure that homebound seniors had enough food, water and medical supplies to make it through. Although western Queens was not badly hit, many of the staff live in areas where the damage was more severe, and though some had no power in their own homes and no access to transportation, they walked for miles each day to be where they were needed by the people who depend on them. In the middle of heartbreak, it is heartening to receive calls from neighbors looking to volunteer and local businesses asking if they can help. From local officers prioritizing gas for our senior transportation vans to getting calls from foundations asking if we need emergency support, these examples of how a community comes together to care for those most vulnerable and in need make me feel grateful and proud to be a part of it. Hurricane Sandy has thrown many challenges our way, but with so many people showing such selflessness and commitment to helping others, there are many reasons to be grateful as well. Sincerely, Judith Zangwill, Executive Director SCS

Marty Trainor Dear Editor, I was very pleased to see the recognition accorded Marty Trainor. During my tenure as Chair of Community Board 2 (1986-7), he was a good friend and mentor. He was certainly one of the great gentlemen of our time! James J. Dillion, Western Queens’ Progressive Democratic Club

Local doctor, Vishwa Agarwall, MD, MRCP, passed away Friday, November 2, according to Gail Wagner of Sunnyside, his longtime aide, after a long bout with pancreatic cancer. His practice was located on 45th Street north of Queens Blvd. where he was usually assisted by his wife, Nath. He was originally from India, studied medicine in Scotland, and was Board Certified in Internal Medicine. His illness was prolonged, but he often returned to his practice when he had periods of better health, for which his patients were grateful. He and his family lived in Manhasset Hills, NY. Richard Drake of Sunnyside noted, “Dr. Vishwa Agarwal was a splendid human being. He was both an astute diagnostician and a compassionate healer. We his patients benefited from both his intelligence and his kindness. Sunnyside is poorer because of his departure.”

LEGAL NOTICE • LEGAL NOTICE • LEGAL NOTICE • LEGAL NOTICE • LEGAL NOTICE • LEGAL NOTICE • LEGAL NOTICE SUPREME COURT OF THE STATE OF NEW YORK COUNTY OF QUEENS Defendants. Index No. 9700/2012 Date of Filing: Plaintiff designates Queens County as the place of trial. Venue is based upon County in which premises are situated. SUPPLEMENTAL SUMMONS Tax Lien Foreclosure Block: 12589; Lot: 41 a/k/a 171-12 140th Avenue NYCTL 2011-A TRUST and THE BANK OF NEW YORK MELLON as Collateral Agent and Custodian, Plaintiffs, -againstGEORGE E. BROWN, if living, and if he be dead, his representatives, heirs-at- law, next of kin, distributees, executors, administrators, trustees, devisees, legatees, assignees, lienors, creditors, and successors in interest, and generally all persons having or claiming under, by or through said defendant who may be deceased, by purchase, inheritance, lien or otherwise, any right, title or interest in and to the premises described in the complaint herein, THE GREATER NEW YORK SAVINGS BANK, MUNICIPAL CREDIT UNION, MBNA AMERICA BANK NA, UM CAPITAL LLC, DIRECT MERCHANTS CREDIT CARD BANK, CAPITAL ONE BANK, CRIMINAL COURT OF THE CITY OF NEW YORK, NEW YORK CITY TRANSIT AUTHORITY TRANSIT ADJUDICATION BUREAU, NEW YORK STATE DEPARTMENT OF MOTOR VEHICLES, CITY OF NEW YORK PARKING VIOLATIONS BUREAU, CITY OF NEW YORK ENVIRONMENTAL CONTROL BOARD, NEW YORK STATE DEPARTMENT OF TAXATION & FINANCE, UNITED STATES OF AMERICA INTERNAL REVENUE SERVICE, “John Doe

No. 1” through “John Doe No. 100” inclusive, the names of the last 100 defendants being unknown to plaintiff, it being intended to designate fee owners, tenants or occupants of the tax lien premises and/or persons or parties having or claiming an interest in or a lien upon the subject property, if the aforesaid individual defendants are living, and if any or all of said individual defendants be dead, their heirs at law, next of kin, distributees, executors, administrators, trustees, committees, devisees, legatees, and the assignees, lienors, creditors and successors in interest of them, and generally all persons having or claiming under, by, through, or against the said defendants named as a class, of any right, title, or interest in or lien upon the premises described in the complaint herein, To the above named Defendants: You are hereby summoned to answer the complaint in this action and to serve a copy of your answer, or, if the complaint is not served with this summons, to serve a notice of appearance, on the Plaintiff’s Attorney(s) within twenty (20) days after the service of this summons, exclusive of the day of service (or within thirty (30) days after the service is complete if this summons is not personally delivered to you within the State of New York); and in case of your failure to appear or answer, judgment will be taken against you by default for the relief demanded in the complaint. Notice of Nature of Action and Relief Sought The Object of the above entitled action is to foreclose a Tax Lien in the original Tax Lien Principal Balance of $17,683.68 with interest as described in a certain Tax Lien Certificate dated November 16, 2011 and recorded

in the Office of the City Register for the Borough of Queens, County of Queens, on November 23, 2011 in City Register File Number (“CRFN”) 2011000408634 upon premises described as follows:ADDRESS:171-12 140th Avenue BLOCK: 12589 LOT: 41 COUNTY: Queens The relief sought in the within action is a final judgment directing the sale of the premises described above to satisfy the debt secured by the Tax Lien described above. Plaintiff designates Queens County as the place of trial. Venue is based upon the county where the Property being foreclosed upon is located. NOTICE YOU ARE IN DANGER OF LOSING YOUR HOME If you do not respond to this summons and complaint by serving a copy of the answer on the attorney for the Plaintiff who filed this foreclosure proceeding against you and filing the answer with the court, a default judgment may be entered and you may lose your home. Speak to an attorney or go to the court where your case is pending for further information on how to answer the summons and complaint and protect your property. Sending a payment to the Plaintiff will not stop this foreclosure action. YOU MUST RESPOND BY SERVING A COPY OF THE ANSWER ON THE ATTORNEY FOR THE PLAINTIFF AND FILING THE ANSWER WITH THE COURT Dated: October 24, 2012 New York, New York THE LAW OFFICE OF THOMAS P. MALONE, PLLC Thomas P. Malone, Esq. Attorneys for Plaintiffs, 60 East 42nd Street, Suite 1540 New York, New York 10165. Ph: (212) 867-0500 TO THE ABOVE NAMED DEFENDANTS: The foregoing supplemental summons is served

upon you by publication pursuant to an Order of the Court dated October 12, 2012 and filed, along with the supporting papers, in the Office of the Queens County Clerk. 11/2/12, 11/9/12, 11/16/12, 11/23/12 CITATION File No. 2012-1463 SURROGATE’S COURT, QUEENS COUNTY THE PEOPLE OF THE STATE OF NEW YORK By the Grace of God Free and Independent TO: To Office of the Public Administrator of Queens County and NYS Attorney General. To SANFORD RECCE, JR. if living and if dead, to his heirs at law, next of kin and distributees whose names and places of residences are unknown and if he died subsequent to the decedent herein, to his executors, administrators, legatees, devisees, assignees and successors in interest whose name and places of residence are unknown and to all other heirs at law, next of kin and distributees of KATHRYN R. KISTENBERGER, the decedent herein, whose names and places of residences are unknown and cannot after diligent inquiry be ascertained. To JOAN GRAHAM if living and if dead, to her heirs at law, next of kin and distributees whose names and places of residences are unknown and if she died subsequent to the decedent herein, to her executors, administrators, legatees, devisees, assignees and successors in interest whose name and places of residence are unknown and to all other heirs at law, next of kin and distributees of KATHRYN R. KISTENBERGER, the decedent herein, whose names and places of residences are unknown and cannot after diligent inquiry be ascertained. A petition having been duly filed by Clara Del Valle who is/are domiciled at 44

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Highland Place, Brooklyn, New York 11208. YOU ARE HEREBY CITED TO SHOW CAUSE before the Surrogate’s Court, Queens County, at 88-11 Sutphin Boulevard, Jamaica, New York, on December 13, 2012 at 09:30 o’clock in the forenoon of that day, why a decree should not be made in the estate of Kathryn R. Kistenberger, aka Kathryn Kistenberger lately domiciled at 165-01 Chaplin Park, Jamaica, New York, 11432, United States, admitting to probate a Will dated November 11, 2009 (and Codicil(s), if any, dated ____), a copy of which is attached, as the Will of Kathryn R. Kistenberger, deceased, relating to real and personal property, and directing that: Letters Testamentary issue to Clara Del Valle. Dated, Attested and Sealed, October 24, 2012 Hon. Peter J. Kelly Surrogate, Margaret M. Gribbon Chief Clerk Attorney, Gregory L. Matalon, Capell Barnett Matalon & Schoenfeld LLP, Address: 100 Jericho Quadrangle, Suite 233, Jericho, New York 11753 Telephone:(516) 931-8100. NOTE: This citation is served upon you as required by law. You are not required to appear. If you fail to appear it will be assumed you do not object to the relief requested. You have a right to have an attorney appear for you. 11/2/12, 11/9/12, 11/16/ 12, 11/23/12.

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WELCOME HOME REAL ESTATE 718-706-0957 Woodside To Host Meeting On Affordable Housing In Queens Looking to convince Mayor Michael Bloomberg to include affordable housing in his Willets Point development plan, the Queens Housing Coalition and City Council Member Julissa Ferreras will participate in an open meeting at St. Sebastian Parish Center, 39-60 57th St. in Woodside, on Tuesday, Nov. 20, at 7 pm. An alliance of seven borough-based organizations, QHC claims that Mayor Bloomberg promised to build affordable housing in Willets Point in 2008. However, the administration recently announced that those plans had been postponed until 2025 in order to build a shopping mall that would be the largest in New York City. “The population of the Queens borough is growing at an alarming rate and the city has not put in the effort to create affordable housing projects that meet the demand,” stated a QHC tenant leader. “We are very pleased that [Council Member Ferreras] has accepted our invitation to the next QHC monthly meeting. It is important to feel the support from elected officials and to advocate for community input in such an important project.”

Council Member Ferreras’ district includes the Willets Point area and Corona, Elmhurst and parts of Jackson Heights. QHC consists of Centro Hispano Cuzcatlan (Jamaica), Queens Community House (Jackson Heights), Catholic Migration Office (Sunnyside), Woodside on The Move (Woodside,) Chhaya CDC (Jackson Heights), Minkwon Center for Community Action (Flushing) and Asian Americans For Equality (Flushing).

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Greetings One And All From Sunnyside Reformed Church...

We want to invite all of you to our upcoming event. We will be sending out more personal invitations next week, but with things the way they are, we are also reaching out by email today. We took a heck of a hit this week with Sandy, but we are the greatest city in the world and we are Christians - The People of Hope - and we know that now is the time for us all to come together and affirm our humanity and our faith. I know you are all helping in many ways...this is not an appeal for’s a different kind of appeal. An appeal for community and solidarity. Thanksgiving is a perfect occasion to do that. Won’t you join us at our Annual Thanksgiving Event? There’s still plenty of time to prepare and schedule. It’s a way for us to lift our spirits. To join in Table Fellowship and remind each other that all will be well. It will be on: Saturday, November 17th at 6:30 PM. Everything is - as always - FREE! The food will be extremely tasty, prepared like last year by The Demarecaux Family - Chris, Karen and Victoria. There’ll be lots of turkey, stuffing, salad, sides and deserts. If you want to bring a favorite dish or desert, great! Otherwise just bring yourself, your friends, your family and your appetite!

LIC YMCA Kids Turkey Trot Fun Run/Walk November 22nd @ 9AM

LIC YMCA, 32-23 Queens Blvd. RACES: 4 years and under – 100 Meters 5-8 years – 400 Meters 9-12 years – 1000 Meters (1K) Teen 1 (13-15 years) – 1000 Meter (1K) Teen 2 (16-18 years) – 1000 Meter (1K)

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REGISTRATION: Before November 22nd –$10 per child or $18 per family (up to 3 children) Race Day-$15 per child or $24 per family (up to 3 children) For Further Information: call (718) 392-7932

Trophies for top 3 boy and girl finishers in each race. Each participant will receive a medal, commemorative t-shirt, and refreshments.

Please, help promote this NYC Thanksgiving Day tradition to keep kids active and help fight childhood obesity.

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COLOMBIA de fiesta with MESTIZO Dance Company and HAROLD GUTIERREZ & his Band Embark on an uplifting journey through Colombia’s favorite Music and Dance Holiday Traditions! November 9- December 9 Fridays & Saturday’s @ 8PM and Sunday’s @ 4PM Call for Rates and To Order Tickets: (718) 729-3880 At THALIA SPANISH THEATRE, 41-17 Greenpoint Avenue, Sunnyside

Here’s the rundown on upcoming borough events: Nov. 16th, Israel and New Breed @ 7pm

An internationally famous Gospel group leads a spiritual night of music and Christian worship. $15. The Greater Allen AME Cathedral of New York, 111-54 Merrick Blvd., Jamaica, 718.206.4600,

Nov. 16th, NEA Jazz Masters, Concert at 8pm

$40/$32 members/$10 students with I.D. Flushing Town Hall, 137-35 Northern Blvd., 718.463.7700,

Nov. 16th, Irish Movie Night @ 7:30pm

Film screening of An Everlasting Piece. $11/$6 seniors, students, unemployed/free for anyone displaced by Hurricane Sandy. The New York Irish Center, 10-40 Jackson Ave,LIC, 718.482.0909,

Nov. 17th, Luna Negra, at 2 & 8pm & Nov. 18th @ 3pm

Queens Theatre, 14 United Nations Ave. S., Flushing Meadows-Corona Park, 718.760.0064,

Nov. 17th, Astoria Symphonic Choir Carols & Psalms@ 8pm

Trinity Lutheran Church, 31-18 37th St., Astoria, 917.300.8695,

Nov. 17, Gary Gulman, 8pm & 10:30pm $20. Laughing Devil Comedy Club, 47-38 Vernon Blvd.,LIC, 347.913.3845,

Nov. 17th, Civil War Roundtable – Antietam @ 1pm $5/free for members. Greater Astoria Historical Society, 35-20 Broadway, Astoria, 718.278.0700,

Nov. 17, Jazz with Junior Mance, 7 pm.

$20. York College Performing Arts Center, 94-45 Guy R. Brewer Blvd, Jamaica, 718.262.3750,

Nov. 17th, Hands-on History: All Aboard! noon - 3 pm King Manor in King Park, near Jamaica Avenue between 150th and 153rd streets, Jamaica, 718.206.0545,

Nov. 18, Arab Music and Dance @ 2:15pm with dance workshop @ 1pm

12/$10 members/$8 children/$6 member children. Flushing Town Hall, 137-35 Northern Blvd., Flushing, 718.463.7700

Nov. 18th, Broadway Elite Concert @ 3pm

42nd Street, The Wiz, Guys and Dolls, Hello Dolly and Beauty And The Beast. $40. Queensborough Performing Arts Center, 222-05 56th Ave., Bayside, 718-631-6311, The “It’s In Queens” column is produced by the Queens Tourism Council with the hope that readers will enjoy the borough’s wonderful attractions. To Advertise E-mail or call 718-729-3772

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