2018 Back To School Block Party

WHEN
August 30, 2018 at 5pm - 7:30pm
WHERE
Council Member Mark Levine's District Office
West 141st St between Hamilton Place and Amsterdam Ave
New York, NY 10031
United States
Google map and directions
CONTACT
Kyshia Smith · · 212-928-6814
634 RSVPS
Genesis Guerrero Kiana Freeman Alexa Ruiz Maria Ferreras Kimberly Williams Shayron Mooredoggett Myisha Farley Editta Jerez lena mcknight Elisa Amos Mayerlin Feliz Genora Bennett Johnson Tonghui Zhang Araceli Cholula Massiel De La Cruz Imani Solomon Denise Fernandez Yadra Caiceda Galvelia Vidals Zedekiah Benknockee Sam Verstandig Paola Pablo Erica Orozco Miguel Velazquez Sandy Spivey Khailiyah Flood Sharon Robinson- Hewitt Lisa Fieds-Linnen LaTonya Weal jeanette williams Angela Davenport Michelle Venning Lizzette Ruiz Jennifer Chen Carmen Aguilar Providencia Padilla Deirdre McIntosh-Brown Devri Goins Elashia King Louren Bates Flor Calderon Aranza Martínez Howard Syriaque Victoria Mellon Dahiana Mendoza Evelyn Shreeves Kalvin Rodriguez Jameen Sheppard

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