St. Helen and Kiwanis Club hold health fair 1
Howard Beach Kiwanis members, including state Supreme Court Justice Augustus Agate, second from left, pose with students from the St. Helen Builder’s Club, who raffled off two food baskets to raise money for St. Jude Children’s Research and Mount Sinai hospitals.
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Peter LaFranca, a pharmacy intern, left, and Frank Pantina, a pharmacist and owner of Cross Bay Chemist in Howard Beach, encouraged residents to drop off their expired medicine at their shop, instead of throwing it out.
Posted: Thursday, May 3, 2012 12:00 pm
by Anna Gustafson
Hundreds of people filled Father Dooley Hall at St. Helen School in Howard Beach Tuesday evening for an annual community health fair.
The Kiwanis Club of Howard Beach partnered with St. Helen and Catholic Charities of Queens and Brooklyn to sponsor the event. The Queens Chronicle, The Forum, TD Bank and Jamaica Hospital Medical Center helped to co-sponsor it.
The event drew about 25 groups, which helped to disperse information on health and safety to South Queens residents.
South Queens News
Thursday, May 3, 2012 12:00 pm.