Rand Scholet takes audiences through a brief introduction of Alexander Hamilton and the importance of the Hamilton Grange in Harlem’s St. Nicholas Park
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Posted in Hamilton Grange, Uncategorized, tagged Alexander Hamilton, George Washington, Hamilton Grange, Hamilton Heights, harlem, New York City, New York City Parks, st nicholas park on January 14, 2013 | Leave a Comment »
Above is video of the AHA’s Birthday Celebration for 2013.
The AHA Society has announced the events for this week January 11th-12th.
On January 12th, at the Hamilton Grange, Rand Scholet, President and Founder of The AHA Society, has been invited to speak at the Grange. Come listen to his presentation “Alexander Hamilton: Washington’s Indispensable Founder.”
This begins at 11am on Saturday, Jan 12th at the Hamilton Grange.
Two days ago I came home to a dog (most likely Pekingnese) in the lobby of my apartment. The dog was shaking, starving and shaken, but he was also clean and recently groomed with a cute collar. I have given it food and water and a safe dry place to sleep until I could find a no kill shelter to take him in. I have also called different shelters to see if there were any reports of dogs missing that match his description.
This dog is definitely traumatized and I fear that his rightful owner is the only one who has any hope of calming him. Someone definitely loved this dog.
I have contacted the animal shelter on 110th to come here and assess the situation, in the meantime, if anyone has any idea who this dog belongs to, please post here.
Thanks so much.
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Update: The dog is currently at ACC 110th & 2nd. Its reference number is A0951204. Please forward image along to anyone you know that has dogs that may be able to recognize this pooch. He was very skinny and starving when I found him, so I imagine the dog has been gone for at least a few weeks. Please help spread the word.
Many of New York City’s parks, playgrounds and beaches were severely impacted by Hurricane Sandy. If you would like to volunteer with NYC Parks to aid in clean-up and recovery, please review the list of parks, playgrounds and beaches below that are in need of assistance this Saturday, Sunday and Wednesday. Click the links below to sign up in your borough and be sure to check back for updates on other parks in need of volunteers!
- Crotona Park (Wednesday)
- Orchard Beach (Saturday only)
Click here to volunteer in the Bronx
Brooklyn (Saturday only)
- Coney Island
Click here to volunteer in Brooklyn
- Fort Tryon Park (Saturday only)
- Harlem River Park (Saturday only)
- Inwood Hill Park (Sunday only)
Click here to volunteer in Manhattan
Queens (Saturday only)
- Joe Michael’s Mile
- Crocheron Park
- Queensbridge Park
- Astoria Park
Click here to volunteer in Queens
Staten Island (Sunday only)
- Kaltenmeier Playground
Click here to volunteer in Staten Island
Please come out on Saturday around 10am in a show of support for St Nicholas Park on It’s My Park Day. We plan a general clean-up of specific areas and planting of bulbs for a grand Spring Showing around 135th Street plaza entrance. Please bring gloves and any other gardening tools you might have. The Parks Dept will also supply tools. All are welcome!
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