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Back to school program: MEA, NY GrowsTogether distribute school supplies among students

Children, their parents expressed joy while receiving school bags from the event organizers

NEW YORK: Muslim Entrepreneur Association (MEA) and New York GrowsTogether, distributed school bags and supplies to students as part of the annual Bellerose Back to School program.

The annual back-to-school program hosted by Abdul Rahman was organized by the Muslim Entrepreneur Association and New York GrowsTogether in front of the Bellerose Library in Long Island, New York.

Abdul Rahman has been a resident of Bellerose for a long time and is often engaged in various activities for the community.

On this occasion, Abdul Rahman said that we all need to come together in such activities to make children strong in the field of education

We are here today working together on the back-to-school program, he said.

Students and parents who benefited from the program also appreciated this initiative.

On this occasion, Councilwoman Linda Lee said that such activities are very important for students before schools open. She said children need school supplies the most, and joint action by everyone, including ACNA Relief, is highly appreciated.

Assemblyman David Weprin was also present at the back-to-school program, along with representatives from Apna Brooklyn Community Center and ICNA Relief.

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