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Greetings to All
Bridgefield Civic League, Inc. is closed temporarily in order to endure safety to all our clients and volunteers from COVIOD-19.
All clients past and upcoming events are postpone and will be rescheduled for future dates.
All activities will resume when it is safe to do so. We want you all to stay safe and stay home, wash your hands and wear your mask.
All activities will resume when it is safe to do (NYSLaw)
We thank you for your patiences and understanding throughout this time. Together we will get through this .
In Celebrating “Women’s History Month”, Bridgefield Civic League, Inc. recognizes our past Women leaders who contributed to this organization and our future leaders. Our mission is to provide access to information and engage the community “Be the community, not just live in it”....Myra Garland
Black History Month is an annual celebration of achievements by African Americans and a time for recognizing the central role of blacks in U.S. history. The event grew out of “Negro History Week,” the brainchild of noted historian Carter G. Woodson and other prominent African Americans.Jan 14, 2010.
Thank you to all who supported our Black History Month program (Highlight) Let’s elevate each other to lift and embrace our differences no matter what dialect you have , we are one nation under GOD. They see Black and Brown not accents. Together we can move mountains separate we fall. We all have greatness in all ourselves, our HIS/TORY and talent to share with the world. A game of “JEOPARDY “ hosted by Kevin Lincoln challenge us to learn more about our rich culture that influence the world. Thanks you to Council Member Vanessa Gibson who spoke about they important of the U.S Census and we must be counted and they up coming elections. We had free coat giveaway provided by new York Cares.