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Locals Honored as Part of Women’s History Month

Ebony Young, Moitri Savard, Patrice Lee, Sherilyn Sabba, and Niall and Justin Costello, who accepted the proclamation on behalf of Jean Clancy

March 30, 2012 Staff Report

Councilman Jimmy Van Bramer held a community event last Saturday honoring five women who either work or live in the 26th District.

This was his second annual Women’s History Month Awards. The winners were:

  • Jean Clancy, Co-Owner, Claret Wine Bar
  • Patrice Lee, Owner, April Glass
  • Sherilyn Sabba, Editor, Woodside Herald
  • Moitri Savard, MD, founder of QueensWest Health and Wellness in LIC
  • Ebony Young, the executive diretor of the Long Island City YMCA.
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Caption needs checking. They should list names as they appear in the photo from left to right.



Actually, I enjoy reading it. It’s great for finding out about local events. I just ignore the posed pics with politicians at scripted events.


Ebony and Ivory lived together in perfect harmony. The Woodside Herald is one of the worst papers in the history of I don’t know what!


The Woodside Herald is the place where Nolan and Van Bremer go to for photos and kissing babies. I would honor her too if i was them.


Well Van Bramer can certainly expect positive coverage in the Woodside Herald from now on.


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