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Over 1,000 residents marched and eight-block strip from East 116 Street to the Adam Clayton Powell Jr. State Building on 125th Street last Saturday, September 9 to raise awareness for asthma.

Over 1,000 residents marched and eight-block strip from East 116 Street to the Adam Clayton Powell Jr. State Building on 125th Street last Saturday, September 9 to raise awareness of asthma. The Migdol Family Foundation in conjunction with the East Harlem Asthma Working Group sponsored the event, following which all the families received a 'Back to School' gift pack, compliments of EduCare NYC Inc., a division of the Migdol Family Foundation. Left to Right: Aaron Migdol; Senator Jose Serrano; Council Member Melissa Mark-Viverito; Jerry Migdol; Sheri Migdol; and Delfina Cruz, Director, Community Outreach, The Migdol Organization.

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Publication:Real Estate Weekly
Date:Sep 27, 2006
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