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New York City Christian Athletic League in University Heights, Bronx received $1,900 to run a basketball league for inner-city youth. The only youth program currently operating in University Heights, the project instills character-building skills and provides recreational activities for youth ages 12-18.

New York City Christian Athletic League in University Heights, Bronx received $1,900 to run a basketball league for inner-city youth. The only youth program currently operating in University Heights, the project instills character-building skills and provides recreational activities for youth ages 12-18.

Academy for Conservation and the Environment in Canarsie, Brooklyn received $3,000 for start-up supplies to convert a vacant lot into a school garden that enhances the Environmental Studies program. Instructors use this space to teach students about organic growing, water use, composting, and plant life. The garden also provides the children with a deeper knowledge about their relationship to food and nutrition.

Academy for Conservation and the Environment in Canarsie, Brooklyn received $3,000 for start-up supplies to convert a vacant lot into a school garden that enhances the Environmental Studies program. Instructors use this space to teach students about organic growing, water use, composting, and plant life. The garden also provides the children with a deeper knowledge about their relationship to food and nutrition.

Urban Transformers – Green Team Collaborative in Mott Haven, Bronx received $2,050 to train low-income youth in composting by involving them in designing and constructing a composting system within Brook Park Garden. The garden is also home to 15 chickens which provide fresh eggs, fun and education for children, fertilizer for the garden, aerated soil, and kitchen and garden scrap recycling.

Urban Transformers – Green Team Collaborative in Mott Haven, Bronx received $2,050 to train low-income youth in composting by involving them in designing and constructing a composting system within Brook Park Garden. The garden is also home to 15 chickens which provide fresh eggs, fun and education for children, fertilizer for the garden, aerated soil, and kitchen and garden scrap recycling.

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Future Talent Basketball League in Northeast Bronx received $1,500 to hold a summer basketball tournament for over 400 disadvantaged youth. Combining athletic and academic achievement, the group serves as an alternative to gang activity, and helps youth to build character and make the choices needed for a healthy life.

Future Talent Basketball League in Northeast Bronx received $1,500 to hold a summer basketball tournament for over 400 disadvantaged youth. Combining athletic and academic achievement, the group serves as an alternative to gang activity, and helps youth to build character and make the choices needed for a healthy life.

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Obit - Joseph Amberg - Organized Crime Figure. He along with his brothers Louis "Pretty" and Hyman Amberg were the most feared gangsters in the Jewish neighborhoods of Brooklyn, New York City

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Butterfly Project in Mount Eden/West Farms, Bronx received $2,800 to engage community and school gardens in planting native flora and increasing the natural habitats for pollinators. The group is raising awareness of the difficulties facing native pollinators and the diminishing number of native plants by providing plants, horticultural advice, educational curriculum, and fun activities.

Butterfly Project in Mount Eden/West Farms, Bronx received $2,800 to engage community and school gardens in planting native flora and increasing the natural habitats for pollinators. The group is raising awareness of the difficulties facing native pollinators and the diminishing number of native plants by providing plants, horticultural advice, educational curriculum, and fun activities.

Vernon and Throop Community Garden in Bed-Stuy, Brooklyn received $500 to convert a section of the garden into a "children's discovery garden." The group is creating a wildlife sanctuary for birds and butterflies, and using the green space as a means to teach children about plant life, rain water harvesting and conservation systems.

Vernon and Throop Community Garden in Bed-Stuy, Brooklyn received $500 to convert a section of the garden into a "children's discovery garden." The group is creating a wildlife sanctuary for birds and butterflies, and using the green space as a means to teach children about plant life, rain water harvesting and conservation systems.

462 Halsey Community Garden in Bed-Stuy, Brooklyn received $2,000 to convert a vacant lot into a thriving community garden. This underutilized area is being transformed into a community hub to provide fresh produce for the neighborhood, encourage pride in the neighborhood, and foster healthy living.

462 Halsey Community Garden in Bed-Stuy, Brooklyn received $2,000 to convert a vacant lot into a thriving community garden. This underutilized area is being transformed into a community hub to provide fresh produce for the neighborhood, encourage pride in the neighborhood, and foster healthy living.

Indo-Caribbean Alliance, Inc. in Richmond Hill, Queens received $5,000 to engage youth in a Youth Leadership Program, an outlet for low-income and at-risk Indo-Caribbean and South Asian students to positively impact their community. The program combines one-on-one mentoring with engaging and impactful group activities such as community clean-ups and work days.

Indo-Caribbean Alliance, Inc. in Richmond Hill, Queens received $5,000 to engage youth in a Youth Leadership Program, an outlet for low-income and at-risk Indo-Caribbean and South Asian students to positively impact their community. The program combines one-on-one mentoring with engaging and impactful group activities such as community clean-ups and work days.

Isabahlia Ladies of Elegance Foundation in Brownsville, Brooklyn received $1,500 to engage and mentor youth in urban agriculture. Youth are provided with structured activities over the summer months such as building raised beds, planting, and harvesting vegetables at three gardens in Brownsville. The project promotes healthy living and provides youth with urban gardening skills.

Isabahlia Ladies of Elegance Foundation in Brownsville, Brooklyn received $1,500 to engage and mentor youth in urban agriculture. Youth are provided with structured activities over the summer months such as building raised beds, planting, and harvesting vegetables at three gardens in Brownsville. The project promotes healthy living and provides youth with urban gardening skills.

Imani Garden Chicken Keepers in Crown Heights, Brooklyn, received $500 to run an apprenticeship program at a chicken coop in which community members learn to raise chickens that provide low-cost eggs to the community. The group is serving a neighborhood which lacks supermarkets, and thus access to fresh and healthy food.

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The hula hoops and sidewalk chalk the owners let the kids play with are put away, and the Christmas wreaths and holiday lights are up—City Island's dollhouse-sized Lickety Split Ice Cream Parlor is all decked out for the holidays. After two snow storms in one week, temperatures in The Bronx are expected to be in the high 60s this week-end. It’s officially the first day of Winter, but sitting in the outdoor patio and eating ice cream #throughglass seems like a perfectly reasonable thing to…

The hula hoops and sidewalk chalk the owners let the kids play with have been put away, and the Christmas wreaths and holiday lights are up – the dollhouse-sized Lickety Split Ice Cream Parlor on City.

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