The Maimonides Breast Center. Source: Bing Maps
The Turkish Cultural Center Brooklyn (TCC Brooklyn) and Maimonides Breast Center are inviting the public to a free Breast Health Dinner Symposium at the Breast Center of Maimonides Medical Center, 745 64th Street, February 21 at 6:3o p.m. During the dinner symposium, you can:
- Tour the brand new, state-of-the-art Breast Center
- Learn about the importance of screening mammography
- Get informed on maintaining good breast health
- Meet and greet Breast Center medical staff
- Identify signs and symptoms, and conduct self-examination
- Learn about the most advanced screening technology available
A complimentary Halal dinner will be served and there will be a free gift for all attendees. For those who require transportation to the event, there will be a free bus ride, departing at 6:00 p.m., to and from TCC Brooklyn, 245 Avenue U between West 4th Street and Van Sicklen Street in Gravesend.
To make a reservation, call (718) 283-8832.
Author Paul Moses. Source: Random House, Inc.
As part of the Turkish Cultural Center Brooklyn’s (TCC Brooklyn) “Media Talks” series, the Amity School will host Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist and Marine Park resident Paul Moses, who will discuss “How to Build a Career in Media,” Monday, February 4 at 3:00 p.m. The discussion will be held inside the Amity School, 3867 Shore Parkway between Brigham Street and Knapp Street, right off the Belt Parkway.
If Moses’ name rings a bell, that’s because, in the days following Superstorm Sandy, the teacher of journalism at Brooklyn College and the City University of New York Graduate School of Journalism submitted to us his first local reporting piece in decades, about hard-hit Gerritsen Beach being virtually ignored both in their recovery efforts and by much of the mainstream media.
To learn more about Moses and the event, click here. RSVP by emailing email@example.com.