Pomonok Houses summer season

City Councilmember James F. Gennaro stands with (clockwise from right) Theresa Alleva, president, Pomonok Residents Association (PRA); Marie Trovato, PRA treasurer; resident Sue Broizman; Deborah Sapp, PRA vice-president and Tabitha Heywot, manager of Pomonok Houses.
The Queens Community House at Pomonok Center, in collaboration with the Residents’ Association, celebrated programs and activities for children, teens, and seniors with a “summer kick-off” on Friday, June 15.
In addition to a five-day-a-week free day camp for children ages 5-12 and teen and “leadership in training” programs, the groups announced that yoga, aerobics and computer classes would be open to seniors - both residents and neighbors - for a modest fee. The 10-session classes are $40 for computers, $30 for yoga and aerobics.
Community organizer Amy Tam-Liao said, “We worked closely with Sheena Sukhraj, the Youth Services Director, on our summer program. They are all very popular - there’s already a waiting list for the day camp.”
For more information, or to register for a class, call Liao at 718-591-6060 or email aliao@queenscommunityhouse.org.
- Victor G. Mimoni

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