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In honor of Black History Month, Manhattan Borough President Scott Stringer officiated at an event to entertain senior residents of 1199 Plaza/East River Landing.

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Caption: In honor of Black History Month, Manhattan Borough President Scott Stringer officiated at an event to entertain senior residents of 1199 Plaza/East River Landing, a coop development located in East Harlem. Jerry Migdol, who heads The Migdol Family Foundation, which philanthropically 'gives back' to the Harlem and Bronx communities by liaising with local religious groups and financial institutions contributing to the health and welfare of its constituents, attended and donated Barnes & Noble $25 gift certificates to each of the young performers. In addition, Migdol's Foundation has set up a college aid education fund for the thirty young performers of the 1199 Plaza/East River Landing community. Each child beginning at age 10 will receive $100 per year upon presentation of their report cards, and $200 per annum if they earn straight A's. Pictured from L to R: Scott Stringer, Manhattan Borough President; Jerry Migdol, The Migdol Organization.
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Publication:Real Estate Weekly
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Date:Mar 8, 2006
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