Back to propagandize reserve for Brooklyn students

December 19, 2016 - School Supplies

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Last Saturday’s 12th Annual Harvest Fest – Back to School Celebration hosted by Senator Kevin Parker of a 21 Senate District in Brooklyn, helped hundreds of children on prolonged lines in Paerdegat Park on East 40th Street, to accept backpacks with propagandize reserve and uniforms in credentials for a new term.

The five-hour afternoon event, that kicked-off during noon with a drum salute to Sen. Parker by a Empire State Marching Band, and entertainment, also supposing giveaway food, and photo-ops, after backpacks filled with notebooks, pencils, calculators, folders and compasses, were handed out.

Senator Parker who hosts several other initiatives including a Summer Reading Program, Prom Dress Give-away, a pursuit fair, and a Mammography Event, among others, and who recently partnered with Sen. Jeff D. Klein to present $200,000 to a Flatbush YMCA for teen centered module and bend renovation, pronounced he wanted to safeguard relatives have what they indispensable for their children as they conduct behind to school.

The Leader for Intergovernmental Affairs, and a Chair of a Democratic Task Force on New Americans, Sen. Parker, pronounced that preparation is critical in his constituency, and anything he could do to pierce brazen a educational routine he will positively do.

“Education is a pivotal to opening a doorway to opportunity, and we wish to make certain each child is versed to get by that doorway of opportunity,” adding, “we have to do things together. It is usually by operative together that we grasp anything.”

The lawmaker also called on voters to share ideas to urge their community.

“I did not do this along today, we had a lot of sponsors,” pronounced a politician, who thanked Metro Plus, a Gap, a Brooklyn Chapter of a Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority Inc. and many others.

Sen. Parker, who lives in Flatbush, serves 318,000 ethnically different voters in Midwood, Ditmas Park, Kensington, Windsor Terrace and Park Slope.

Other participants included, Miss Caribbean United States, Shauntay Henry, Sesame Flyers International, Inc. Zumba Fitness, Cultural Art performances by Ifetayo, and a Hidden Gems Archer.

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