At Williamsbridge Recreation, every month brings a new theme for educational engagement, often focusing on topics underserved in the classroom. The highlight of last month's science theme was a KidCare-sponsored trip to the Liberty Science Center in Jersey City, NJ where students engaged with exhibits exploring the human body, animal science, and mechanics.
Dorothea Nixon, Director of Prospect Family Support Center, credits her success to a strong support system growing up. Now, she’s trying to build that same support system for others. Nixon was born into a family of 5 on Long Island. They bounced from town to town, experiencing intermittent bouts of homelessness, but one thing remained
The Friars Club hosted dozens of kids from Homes for the Homeless this Saturday for a reading of What's Making Walter C. Laugh? by Ginny Jordan. Drawing inspiration from P.T. Barnum's belief that, "there is no picture so beautiful as smiling, bright-eyed, happy children; no music so sweet as their clear and ringing laughter,"
Last week at the Williamsbridge Family Residence’s Recreation Program, children learned to make “lava lamps” using simple items such as vegetable oil, food coloring, and Alka-Seltzer. The purpose of the activity was to teach participants about the properties of liquids. The kids learned that water sunk to the bottom of the bottle, while
A little bad weather didn't keep the Saratoga Eagles soccer team away from Girls Soccer Day at the Frederick Douglass Playground and Field on September 6. The event, sponsored by Evenfooting.org, a non-profit organization that empowers underserved girls through athletics, drew more than 100 girls from across New York City, including six members of
Delegates from the Republic of Korea’s Ministry of Health and Welfare recently visited the Saratoga Family Inn. Saratoga Administrator Michael Fahy took the group on an informative tour of the daily operations and explained the resources and programs that we offer. The tour ended with the Ministry of Health and