Hello Brooklyn: Wednesday September 1, 2021


NEW FIRE Marshals: Fire Marshal Daniel A. Nigro to chair a promotion ceremony for 36 Fire Marshals and 5 Supervisory Fire Marshals this morning at FDNY Training Academy at Field House on Randall’s Island. “These newly promoted Fire Marshals and Fire Marshals will investigate the cause and origin of the fires, while providing firefighters and the general public with vital information that will help prevent and educate on how to stay safe. fires. said Commissioner Nigro ahead of the event.

The expected participants are Department Head Thomas Richardson; Chief Fire Marshal Daniel Flynn; and many other FDNY officials and their families.


NY TO EXPAND MANDATE: Governor Kathy Hochul announced new measures to tackle COVID-19 Delta variant and updated New Yorkers on the state’s progress in fighting the virus. Following the Department of Health’s announcement last week that all staff at healthcare facilities should be vaccinated, the state is considering how to expand this requirement to include staff from all state-regulated facilities. The governor said she would work with localities, the state health department and the Board of Public Health and Health Planning to establish mandatory weekly COVID-19 tests for unvaccinated employees of the public and charter schools, and to establish a vaccination requirement for all government personnel. regulated facilities and places of assembly.

In addition, $ 65 million will be made available to local health departments statewide to support the rapid and reliable distribution of reminders.


FALL FEST MUSIC CLASS SAMPLING: Brooklyn Conservatory of Music (BKCM) gears up for a festive fall of classes, lessons, ensembles and workshops through core programs like Community Music School (CMS), Suzuki, Music Therapy and Music Partners. The community is invited to discover the offers at BKCM’s Fall Fest, Friday September 10 from 3 p.m. to 6 p.m. at Fall Fest 2021! with lessons of 5 to 15 minutes and private lessons, shows by teachers and students, meetings with teachers. To learn more, visit bkcm.org/fall-fest.

The community music school also offers jazz programs for all ages. The Amy Winehouse Jazz program allows pre-teens and teens to explore the world of jazz and improvisation through a wide repertoire of styles and compositions. There is also a Jazz Instrumental Lab for intermediate level adults interested in collaborating, improvising, rehearsing and building their confidence.



UNIVERSITY OPEN AIR: Brooklyn Public Library, in collaboration with Prospect Park Alliance, to launch fourth semester of University Open Air, a free series of courses taught by professors, researchers and academics trained outside the United States. The two-week semester begins Thursday, September 9, and classes (non-accredited) are held at the Boathouse and surrounding area of ​​Prospect Park located at 101 East Drive. Register via https://www.bklynlibrary.org/university-open-air

A sample of class titles for University Open Air, which is generously supported by The Morris & Alma Schapiro Fund, include:How to spot disinformation and take action ”; “Modern Mythology of the American Superhero”; and “How to write a winning proposal”.


WANTED VOLUNTEER COORDINATOR: The Marine Park Alliance is looking for a volunteer coordinator to recruit, train and supervise all volunteers for the Marine Park Alliance. This part-time paid employment opportunity is an on-site position working with and managing tools and volunteers for the Marine Park Alliance Stewardship Program. Applicants must submit a curriculum vitae / curriculum vitae and cover letter to [email protected].

The Outdoor Volunteer Coordinator liaises with the New York Department of Parks and all Alliance partner organizations. Volunteer events are open to the general public and special individualized projects are also organized, such as internships and skill-based assignments.


LANDER SUPPORTING BACKPACK READERS: Brad Lander, City Council Member coordinated with Camp Friendship and the Warren Street Tenants Association to support their back-to-school backpack drives. Backpacks for children living in Warren Street homes can be dropped off at Council Member Lander’s District Office: 456 5th Avenue, 3rd Floor, Monday through Thursday this week, 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. The backpack drop-off point at Camp Friendship, 339 8th Street is on Fridays from 6 p.m. to 8 p.m. or Saturdays from 9 a.m. to noon. Or we can donate money for backpacks and supplies.

The backpacks will be distributed to the children of the Warren Street homes next Tuesday 7/7 by the organizer, Ms. Joe Ann Brown, President of the Warren Street Tenants Association.


KINGDOM CHURCH FILLS MORE BACKPACKS: New York Cares, in partnership with Bishop Hezekiah Walker and The Kingdom Church – Love Fellowship Tabernacle hosts back-to-school event today, September 1. Volunteers at The Kingdom Church, 464 Liberty Avenue, are filling 300 backpacks with school supplies and other essentials to help prepare more than 5,000 New York public school students for the upcoming school year.

All backpacks will include scissors, markers, crayons, glue sticks, shirts, pink erasers, and other school supplies. The Kingdom Church will distribute the assembled backpacks, along with 900 new and lightly used Brooklyn Book Bodega books, to students and families in East Brooklyn.


DIOCESAN ENTERPRISE COULD HELP HAITITI: The Roman Catholic Diocese of Brooklyn warehouse in Bushwick which stores church furniture, stained glass windows, pews and candles could help rebuild churches in Haiti that were destroyed in last month’s magnitude 7.2 earthquake, including Immaculate Conception parish in Les Anglais and Sacré-Coeur in Les Cayes. Bishop John Bracken, who manages the warehouse of equipment in closed or renovated parishes, was quoted on diocesan media DeSales about his plans to lend a hand to the affected Caribbean nation and large Catholic population.

“It is an aid to devotion, a real connection that we are a universal church that we are one body and we are happy to share it with each other,” said Bishop Bracken.


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