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Monday, June 7, 2010

Online Now: The June Edition of the Monitor

The latest issue of the Mount Hope Monitor is on the streets and up on the Web.  Inside you'll find:

Pastor Moves On After 15+ Years at Fordham Church
Katrina Foster is moving on after 15 eventful years as pastor of  Fordham Evangelical Lutheran Church on Walton Avenue.  She will be missed by many. 

Q & A: Verona Greenland
Recently, Verona Greenland, Morris Heights Health Center’s founder, president and CEO, sat down with the Monitor to talk about her career and the organization’s 30-year history. 

Local Man Sees Something, Says Something
On May 1, Lance Orton, a Morris Heights resident, was selling T-shirts in Times Square when he saw wisps of smoke coming from a parked S.U.V.  Since then, his life has been turned upside down. 

Carnival Raises $ for Teen Media Center
Students and teachers at MS 331, the Bronx School of Science Inquiry and Investigation, kicked off the start of the warm weather season with an outdoor fundraising carnival on May 28.

Youth Entrepreneur Gifts 30 Computers to MS 390
The 34-year old son of Trywa Watson, a math teacher who taught at MS 390 until her death from Lupus in 2007, has made a generous donation.

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