2004-04-02 / Community

Head Starters Celebrate Women’s History Month

Head Starters Celebrate Women’s History Month


Assemblywoman Audrey Pheffer spoke to the group about her experience as a divorced mother attending Queens College part-time. Pheffer also told them that, “It’s important for women to support women.”Assemblywoman Audrey Pheffer spoke to the group about her experience as a divorced mother attending Queens College part-time. Pheffer also told them that, “It’s important for women to support women.”
Carol Leigh OES GED spoke to participants about women’s history and the benefits of the Head Start program.Carol Leigh OES GED spoke to participants about women’s history and the benefits of the Head Start program.Patricia Taylor, a teacher’s assistant, baked this scrumptious looking carrot cake decorated with the image of a woman.Patricia Taylor, a teacher’s assistant, baked this scrumptious looking carrot cake decorated with the image of a woman.

David Jones presents the program’s director, Laura Ensler, with a plaque of appreciation.David Jones presents the program’s director, Laura Ensler, with a plaque of appreciation.The Visiting Nurse Service of New York Early Head Start program participants and administrators celebrated Women’s History Month at the Early Steps Family Center, 86-01 Rockaway Beach Boulevard, last week. Clinical Director David Jones, left, helped an emotional Gloribeth Cancel, holding her son, Luis Martinez, as she spoke about her 19 months in the Head Start program working to earn her GED.The Visiting Nurse Service of New York Early Head Start program participants and administrators celebrated Women’s History Month at the Early Steps Family Center, 86-01 Rockaway Beach Boulevard, last week. Clinical Director David Jones, left, helped an emotional Gloribeth Cancel, holding her son, Luis Martinez, as she spoke about her 19 months in the Head Start program working to earn her GED.

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