Assemblywoman Catherine Nolan Celebrates New School Cafeteria and Kitchen at P.S. 111Q

September 15, 2017

(L to R) Sister Tesa Fitzgerald, Executive Director, Hour Children, Regent Lester Young, NYS Board of Regents, Marion Jeffries, President, NAACP, NYC Councilman & Majority Leader Jimmy Van Bramer, Dionne Jaggon, Principal, P.S. 111Q, NYS Assemblywoman Catherine Nolan, Dr. Philip Composto, Superintendent, District 30, NYC Department of Education, Chancellor Carmen Farina, Amy Arundell, UFT Queens Borough Representative, Barbara Mylite, District 30 Representative, UFT and Melanie La Rocca, NYC School Construction Authority.

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(L to R) Marion Jeffries, President, NAACP, NYC Councilman & Majority Leader Jimmy Van Bramer, Dionne Jaggon, Principal, P.S. 111Q, NYS Assemblywoman Catherine Nolan, Dr. Philip Composto, Superintendent, District 30, NYC Department of Education, Chancellor Carmen Farina Amy Arundell, UFT Queens Borough Representative, Barbara Mylite, District 30 Representative, UFT and Melanie La Rocca, NYC School Construction Authority.


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(L to R) NYC Councilman Jimmy Van Bramer, Marion Jeffries, President, NAACP, NYS Assemblywoman Catherine Nolan, Dionne Jaggon, Principal, P.S. 111Q and several students from P.S. 111Q.


On Thursday September 14, 2017, Assemblywoman Catherine Nolan joined NYC Chancellor Carmen Farina, NYC Council Majority Leader Jimmy Van Bramer and civic leaders to cut the ribbon on the newly renovated kitchen at P.S. 111Q. I am happy to secure over $1 million in state funds to build and renovate a new cafeteria space and kitchen for the students of P.S. 111Q said Assemblywoman Catherine Nolan. Our students deserve the best and I am thankful to both Chancellor Farina and School Construction Authority President Lorraine Grillo for getting these projects finished.