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John Choe Named “Mover & Shaker”

Our executive director, John Choe, was named to the list of “Top 15 Movers & Shakers in Queens” — one of the well-connected go-getters who make headlines and keep projects and ideas moving forward in our community — by the editorial board of “It’s In Queens Magazine,” which is organizing a reception to celebrate on Thursday, November 17, 6:30pm to […]

Flushing Chamber Celebrates Two Years

The Greater Flushing Chamber of Commerce celebrated its two-year anniversary at the Sheraton LaGuardia East Hotel last Thursday. The event, which was called “A Better Tomorrow,” also honored four guests who were given “Neighborhood Hero” awards for their service to the community of Flushing. The four honorees were Senior Pastor of Macedonia AME Church Rev. Dr. Richard O. McEachern, former […]

Local Organization Aims to Improve Neighborhoods in Queens

A local organization is looking for projects to improve neighborhoods in Queens. The Greater Flushing Chamber of Commerce announced their second crowdfunding campaign Thursday. The SOUP microfunding program encourages people to take action for the changes they want to see in their neighborhoods. The winners from last spring promoted cleanliness on a block in downtown Flushing. Funding for the project […]

Volunteers clean Flushing block

Flushing Earth Citizens completed its “Adopt-a-Block” pilot project — for which they cleaned up the sidewalks between Union and Main streets on Roosevelt Avenue — on Monday. Volunteers washed down recycling and trash receptacles, removed stickers and graffiti, swept sidewalks and scrubbed newspaper bins and post office boxes during two-hour shifts in the morning and evening for a week. “It […]

Flushing Community Sanitation Program Kicks Off

Business owners at the intersection of Prince Street and 37th Avenue in downtown Flushing and the city Department of Sanitation are working toward a solution to address the trash problem at the intersection. Business owners said they were being fined by city inspectors for trash accumulating at the intersection and that they were unable to get a response from the […]