2017-01-11 / Features

Nolan Hails NYC Child Save Initiative


(L. to r.); Claudia Coger, Tenants Association President, Astoria Houses; Annie Cotton Morris, Tenants Association President, Woodside Houses; Carol Wilkins, Tenants Association President, Ravenswood Houses; Assembly Member Catherine Nolan, Chair of the Assembly Education Committee; and Director of the new program Debra Ellen Glickstein. (L. to r.); Claudia Coger, Tenants Association President, Astoria Houses; Annie Cotton Morris, Tenants Association President, Woodside Houses; Carol Wilkins, Tenants Association President, Ravenswood Houses; Assembly Member Catherine Nolan, Chair of the Assembly Education Committee; and Director of the new program Debra Ellen Glickstein. Assemblywoman Catherine Nolan joined Deputy Mayor Buery; Commissioner of Media and Entertainment Julie Menin, Chair of nonprofit NYC Kids RISE; and Chancellor Fariña to announce that School District 30 in Queens will launch NYC’s Child Savings Account initiative.

“Congratulations to District 30 for being chosen as the pilot program for the NYC Child Savings Account Initiative” said Assembly Member Catherine Nolan, Chair of the Assembly Education Committee. “I would like to commend Mayor de Blasio, Deputy Mayor Buery, Commissioner Menin and Chancellor Fariña for developing this much-needed program to help students save for their college education. A big thanks to our Long Island City Community, including Bishop Mitchell Taylor and Claudia Coger for helping to improve our community."

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