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  • commented 2017-11-19 14:41:58 -0500
    Hi,


    Congratulations on your win!

    I am a D41 bed-stuy resident.

    I have so much love for my community and there is so much I want to see in my district.

    I have received your flyers, seen you walking my street ringing bells in the rain but now with the real work coming up I would like to see your plans of action for our community.

    How do you plan to keep the young people, future voters on your side and engaged in your plans? A simples google search does not yield much results, I would love to have the access to know more.


    Instagram and Facebook are helpful tools in staying connected with the younger constituents. Being very active and transparent in your plans will go a long way in getting the support and backing of all your constituents. Get us involved, we want to be engaged.


    cece

    d41 resident
  • commented 2017-11-13 13:12:00 -0500
    My church is opening another site in Brownsville 361 Rockaway Avenue in 2018. More importantly, our Singles Ministry is raising 15,000 to feed 600 families for thanksgiving on November 18th. 300 hundred families will be fed at our original location (1371 Rogers ave) and 300 families at our new location in Brownsville. They need assistance in identifying families in need. We are excited at the work the Singles Ministry is doing and believe this is just the beginning of what to come! Please contact me on how I can help our Singles Ministry feed 300 families in Brownville.
  • commented 2017-11-09 11:25:15 -0500
    Dear Alicka, congratulations on your election. We were introduced this summer at the Melting Pot Culinary Community Center by Brenda Duchene. She and I, as you may recall, are beginning work on a collaboration for the spring semester with our students at City College’s School of Architecture. We hope to design and build more enduring and community engaging structures in the garden. Among these will be a covered market and support facilities for the community gardeners, staff, and student volunteers. Brenda and I have both mentioned the project to you in hopes of your support in bringing it to fruition. If there is anything you need in working with you to make this happen, please let me know. With all good wishes, Ali
  • commented 2017-11-08 04:56:33 -0500
    Congratulations!!!! I can’t wait to meet you and help you work towards your goals for this community. I run a community garden on Union St. between Utica and Rochester. I’d love to build more gardens if that’s something you’re interested in. God speed!
  • commented 2017-10-13 08:59:35 -0400
    Dear Ms. Samuel,


    It is our pleasure to invite you to join Rebuilding Together NYC for our annual Fall Rebuilding Day on Saturday, October 28th in Brownsville, Brooklyn. Kickoff will begin at 9:00am at the Seth Low Community Center, located at 137 Belmont Avenue. It would be an honor to have you speak at the kickoff ceremony.


    One of our two annual neighborhood-wide rebuild events, Fall Rebuilding Day marks the fifth anniversary of Superstorm Sandy’s devastation in 2012. On this day, we commemorate the resiliency of New Yorkers and demonstrate our commitment to rebuilding and preserving the affordable housing stock in New York City. We will be joined by 200 volunteers from both the community and city at large, and will be completing repairs and renovations at five homes and two community spaces, as well as installing solar powered lights throughout a business corridor in the neighborhood, improving the safety of Brownsville residents and business owners.


    To make this event possible, we have partnered with established organizations in the neighborhood, including Community Solutions, the Brownsville Partnership, Brownsville Community Justice Center, Brownsville Community Culinary Center, the Mission Continues, the Brownsville Recreation Center, as well as the Seth Low Resident Association and Langston Hughes Tenant Association.


    Founded in 1998, Rebuilding Together NYC brings volunteers and communities together to improve the homes and lives of low-income New Yorkers through comprehensive programming that strengthens the relationship between stable housing, employment, and sustainable communities. We provide critical home repairs and accessibility modifications for low-income New Yorkers, enabling them to live independently in their homes. Together, we transform our communities through workforce development training and the renovation of non-profit facilities, serving our most vulnerable neighbors, including the elderly, disabled, families with children, veterans, and survivors of natural disasters. Rebuilding Together NYC is a registered charitable organization in accordance with Internal Revenue Code in Section 501©(3); EIN # 13-3997769.


    Please RSVP to Lilly McNicholas, at (718) 488-8840 x14 or at lilly.mcnicholas@rebuildingtogethernyc.org. We hope to see you on the 28th!


    Sincerely,

    Kimberly S. George, MIA

    Executive Director
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  • commented 2017-08-23 15:34:44 -0400
    Just received your flyer….a flyer alone just won’t do it. Who are you and why should I

    vote for you? Knocking on doors and shaking hands is what it will take.

    Make yourself known, get to know the community neighbors, like myself and others.

    I am a Citizen of the United States….A taxpayer of this great city of Brooklyn, New York,

    and respectfully, a Registered Voter.

    It will take more than a flyer to bring a vote on Sept 12, 2017……..there is still time to

    meet your neighbors!!
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