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CROWLEY FUNDS KIPS BAY PROGRAM

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Over the next few years, more than 1,000 Bronx children will embark on a healthier lifestyle, thanks to Congressman Joseph Crowley, the Kips Bay Boys and Girls Club of Castle Hill and Jacobi Medical Center.

On Friday, January 11, Crowley presented the organization, located at 1930 Randall Avenue, with $310,628 to fund a nutrition and anti-obesity program for children and teens which will operate in partnership with the Family Weight Management Program of Jacobi

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