By Miriam Rosenberg
Lucy Bunina sings, “I Could Have Danced All Night,” during the client talent show.
The New Horizon Counseling Center in Far Rockaway celebrated eighteen years of service to the community recently with two days of special activities that were held on March 22 and 23.
Clients and guests enjoyed a fashion show, a talent competition, an exhibit of arts and crafts, games and a disco that brought both clients and staff onto the dance floor.
Since 1987, the adult daycare center, better known to those who attend and work there as ‘the second chance family’, has been open daily serving its clients.
Janet LaVon (a client at New Horizon) serves as one of the judges during the client talent show
New Horizon is located in the former Chase Manhattan Bank building at 720 Beach 20 Street.
|Counselors Paul Cohen (left) and Diedre Coye (back) pose with some of the models from the client fashion show.
Arts and crafts by New Horizon’s clients are displayed during the celebration.“You’ve got the job,” New Horizon counselor Paul Cohen tells client Bridget during the fashion show.Director Flora Bienstock and Cliff (a New Horizon client) minutes before they hit New Horizon’s dance floor.|