Hudson Pride thanks supporters for Thanksgiving dinner help | Letter

By Letters To The Editor | The Jersey Journal
Thursday, December 3, 2015

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On behalf of the staff and board of Hudson Pride Connections Center, we would like to thank all our donors, supporters, and volunteers for making HPCC’s Annual Thanksgiving Dinner on November 20th, 2015 at Jersey City Medical Center such a huge success!

This year with all of the generous donations, support, and volunteering we were able to serve over 100 community members.

We would like to give special thanks to Jersey City Medical Center for providing us with an event space, Congressman Sires, the Jersey City Police Officers Benevolent Association, and DTCC for the generous monetary donations that made this event possible. We would also like to thank organizations like Radical Wellness and Brightside Tavern who have been supporting our events for quite some time now. Finally thanks to all the other private donors, supporters, and volunteers who made this dinner a true success! We are so grateful for all the community support we get here in Jersey City!

ELIZABETH SCHEDL
HPCC DEPUTY DIRECTOR

 

Jersey City hospital, health groups hold World AIDS Day walk (PHOTOS)

By Mak Ojutiku | The Jersey Journal
Wednesday, December 2, 2015

Jersey City Medical Center-Barnabas Health and other local health entities joined together yesterday for an HIV/AIDS awareness walk through the streets of Jersey City.

The walk, which was also sponsored by the Jersey City Department of Health & Human Services and the Jersey City AIDS Task Force, was held to commemorate World AIDS Day — a day designated to raise awareness for HIV and AIDS, and also to remember those who have died from these afflictions.

The walk began at the Jersey City Medical Center on Grand Street and finished at City Hall at 280 Grove St.

A program was held at City Hall at the conclusion of the walk. The ceremony included memorial services for victims of AIDS. Speakers at the program included Dr. Adriana Grigoriu, the chief of Infectious Disease for Jersey City Medical Center, and Jersey City Deputy Mayor Marcos Vigil.

Click through the above gallery for a look at the walk and the ceremony.