January 14, 2009: 2009, Issue 3
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Wednesday, Jan. 14, 2009

Bronx Times Reporter

Three Kings Day celebration at St. Lucy’s

Mexican immigrants gathered together to celebrate their native culture as well as the Roman Catholic feast of the three kings or wise men, known the Feast of the Epiphany, in the auditorium of St. Lucy School on Sunday, January 4. Comment.
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Vacca, Anthony’s Flower Farm brighten the New Year

As a sign of genuine caring, Councilman Jimmy Vacca and Anthony Mancini of Anthony’s Flower Farm at 3240 E. Tremont Avenue paid a visit to the Jeanne Jugan Residence to brighten the day of area seniors. Comment.
Bronx Times Reporter

Westchester Square leaders declare war on graffiti

Graffiti has become an increasingly prevalent problem throughout the Bronx, but the Westchester Square community will no longer tolerate its destruction anymore. Comment.

Learning Tree hosts book fair

The Learning Tree Cultural Preparatory School found an innovative way to hold their 2nd annual book fair. The TLT book fair was held on Friday, November 28, at the Barnes and Noble, located at 290 Baychester Avenue in Bay Plaza Shopping Center. Throughout the day, if a customer mentioned the school while checking out, a percentage of their purchase would be donated to the school. Comment.

Revolutionary Verizon store opens in the HUB

The new Verizon Wireless Store, located 416 Westchester Avenue, kicked off the holiday season by inviting the community to see what they are all about. Comment.

Phipps youth green Morrisania

Parks Foresters and youth from Phipps West Farm Teen Program gathered on Wednesday, December 16 in Morrisania to plant trees along the public streets. Comment.

Sudden Unexpected Infant Death numbers climb

The North Bronx Healthcare Network and the Bronx Regional Perinatal Forum hosted a conference in December at Jacobi Medical Center to address the growing concerns surrounding Sudden Unexpected Infant Death. Comment.

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