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In artist Miller conserved and repainted his sculpture to reestablish its vibrant surface.
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In with a grant from the Harlem Chamber of Commerce, a replica of the bronze plaque which had mysteriously disappeared in the s was made and reinstalled. In a rededication ceremony a local dance troupe, the Copasetics Connection wowed the crowd with a tap-dance display that paid homage to Robinson, who had perfected this dance form. Was this information helpful? Optional Please tell us how we can make this page more helpful.
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If you need a response,please use the Contact the Commissioner form instead. Temporarily closed due to pending construction. We have Coffee Houses and dances regularly to give newcomers a safe place to socialize and have fun. These events also serve as a fundraiser for our organization.
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- The Tour of Hope is expected to be a great success again this year.
No one is turned away whether they can pay or not. We also provide specialized programming for various facilities, such as professional makeup application, self esteem workshops, and haircuts for those preparing for interviews.
‘The Tree Of Hope’ Kids On 131st Street In Harlem NY 1937
Tree of Hope has developed programming for clients to prepare for the workforce and has become a trusted provider of Peer Recovery Specialist Training. One of the biggest obstacles for those seeking a new start is that they have been out of the workforce for a while we help our members get ready for work through various training paths. Desktop publishing.
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We are a group of people who have come through the recovery treatment community and have succeeded in becoming productive members of society. As Peers we step up to provide support for the clients and recovery community in general. We are driven to fill the gaps of the system to help ensure that those starting in recovery stand a better chance at success.
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She is a person in recovery for 18 years. She previously has served on the Peer2Peer committee lending her technical and organizational skills in building the organization. She has served on the board at Cornerstone as a representative of the recovery community. She has facilitated recovery groups to various recovery facilities in the area over the last 14 years.
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