Saturday, March 31, 2007
Friday, March 23, 2007
Today, Deputy Inspector Michael Cassidy, the Commanding Officer from the 26th Precinct let us know of a robbery pattern happening in St. Nicholas Park and the surrounding area. He has asked us to keep our eyes and ears open. Usually, as the weather gets warmer robberies like these are not uncommon for the neighborhood. There is no need to be alarmed, but please be alert. Below is the description.
A robbery pattern which features 2-10 black males age 14-16 years old, attacking and robbing individuals between the hours of 3pm and 10pm. Most of the attacks take place on St. Nicholas Terrace. Most of the victims have been City College students or individuals affiliated with the College.
Some of the suspects branish a dark pistol or firearm and some of the suspects wear a dark mask. Most of the individuals wear black clothing head to toe. Most attacks do not involve physical assault.
The robberies have been taking place on Wednesdays and Sundays. Some of the suspects have been seen before attacks, hanging out and climbing the rock outcrops in the park between 136th and 138th streets.
If you see suspicious behavior or a robbery in progress please call 911 to report. Try to get a description of the individuals involved, especially noting what kind of shoes they wear. (Usually, attackers will rip off clothes when being followed or apprehended by police).
Friends of St. Nicholas Park
Wednesday, March 21, 2007
MANHATTAN BOROUGH PRESIDENT SCOTT M. STRINGER
STATE SENATOR BILL PERKINS
ASSEMBLY MEMBER KEITH L. T.WRIGHT
COUNCILMEMBER INEZ DICKENS
COMMUNITY BOARD 10
Invite you to:
ASK THE BOROUGH PRESIDENT: HARLEM TOWN HALL MEETING
Come join us to discuss important issues facing the Harlem Community and beyond, including:
Wednesday, March 21, 2007
7:00 pm to 9:00 pm
P.S. 180 Hugo Newman School
370 West 120th Street
Doors open at 6:30 pm
Space is limited.
Photo ID is required.
Monday, March 19, 2007
The Friends of St. Nicholas Park will host its annual Easter Festival on Saturday, April 7th from 2-4pm at the 135th street plaza at St. Nicholas Park. This year's activities include an Easter egg hunt, cupcake decorating, arts and crafts and a special appearance by the Easter Bunny.
For more information or to volunteer please contact us at email@example.com
Friday, March 16, 2007
Above is an image of the flyer listing free events at Pelham Fritz Recreation Center in Marcus Garvey Park. The events include free refreshments.
The flyer can be download by clicking here: Events Flyer
Wednesday, March 14, 2007
Last week the group had another successful monthly meeting with the Manhattan Commissioner of Parks William Castro. The meeting minutes can be downloaded here in PDF format. The report can be downloaded by going to http://www.stnicholaspark.org/PDF/CMM_030707.pdf
Below is a summary of what was discussed.
Hamilton Grange move
It's My Park Day
Kevin Baker’s acclaimed New York City Trilogy novels tell the story of our city through the lives of ordinary people and historical figures, from the mid-19th century of Paradise Alley to the more recent past. Strivers Row focuses on the Harlem of the 1940s — a place of jitterbuggers, jazz, and excitement, and also a tinderbox of racial prejudice and resentments.
Kevin Baker is a best-selling author, an editor of American Heritage, and a regular contributor to the New York Times. He will discuss the joys and pitfalls of writing New York-based historical fiction, using the particular example of Strivers Row.
** Copies of the new paperback edition of Strivers Row will be available for purchase and signing at this event.
Free and open to the public. Free refreshments.
Seating is limited. Reserve your place today
Stop by or call Pelham Fritz Recreation Center (212-860-1380), OR
E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org, OR