The Office of New York State Senator Brad Hoylman is sponsoring an afternoon of Free Mammograms, available to women age 40 and over who haven’t had one in the past year.
Please note that the date has changed from December 2nd to the the 16th. If you previously made an appointment, Project Renewal will call you to confirm the new date and time.
Time and Location Details are:
Monday, December 16th, 2013
1:30 – 4:00 PM
at Project Renewal’s Scan Van
First Avenue between 16th & 17th Streets
Please note that these services are By Appointment Only and space is limited. Please call (800)564-6868 to make your appointment. Again, these mammograms are Free for uninsured women 40 and older. All insurance plans accepted, and Co-payments and deductibles are waived.
Co-Sponsored by: Congresswoman Carolyn Maloney ∙ NYC Council Speaker Christine C. Quinn ∙ Borough President Scott Stringer ∙ State Senator Liz Krueger ∙ State Senator José Serrano ∙ State Senator Daniel Squadron ∙ Assembly Member Richard Gottfried ∙ Assembly Member Brian Kavanagh ∙ Councilmember Gale Brewer ∙ Councilmember Dan Garodnick
Please Forward to Your Neighbors and Friends
Fitness Pioneer and Nutrition Guru, Jack LaLanne, passed away on Sunday at the age of 96. What a good, long life he lived! LaLanne was an inspiration to millions of people as a man who not only preached and taught personal fitness through common sense diet and exercise but also completely lived the lifestyle that he espoused. I can recall watching Jack’s exercise programs (on a black and white TV!) when I was in grade school and his name was literally synonymous with the practice of staying fit. He was a motivational speaker before they even existed and wasahead of his tiemin so manyways. Jack LaLanne is currently shaking his head and tsk-tsking at all the love handles in heaven. Those seraphim are in for a real ass-kicking.
Rest in Peace, Jack.
George Tabb Interviewed on CNN (Image Source)
Aside from knowing NYC rock journalist and musician George (Furious George) Tabb for years and always knowing him to be an all around great guy, George is a former WTC area resident who really stepped up to the plate after 9/11 as a voice of the people concerned with the environmental hazards resulting from the tragedy. Despite the obvious, Environmental Protective Agency (EPA) Administrator Christie Whitman said a week after the attacks: “I am glad to reassure the people of New York … that their air is safe to breathe and their water is safe to drink…” Yeah, right.