FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
DATE: MONDAY, JANUARY 25, 1993
FIRST LADY HILLARY RODHAM CLINTON SCHEDULE FOR TUESDAY, JANUARY 26, 1993.
WASHINGTON, DC -- FIRST LADY HILLARY RODHAM CLINTON WILL VISIT "NEW YORK CARES" TUTORING SESSION AND RECEIVE LEWIS HINE AWARD IN NEW YORK CITY ON TUESDAY, JANUARY 26.
Mrs. Clinton will join "NEW YORK CARES" volunteers at a tutoring session with several 4th, 5th and 6th graders. "NEW YORK CARES," founded in 1987, is a volunteer organization designed to place young working New Yorkers in volunteer projects in which they work with people in need. Working in teams, "NEW YORK CARES" volunteers provide direct assistance to poor children, homeless families, people with AIDS and the elderly.
DATE: TUESDAY, JANUARY 26, 1993 PRESS CALL TIME: 9:30AM
LOCATION: Alexander Humboldt School PS 115 586 W. 177TH STREET NEW YORK, NY Press Note: Mrs. Clinton will be joined at the tutoring session by Maria Alvarez. Ms. Alvarez, a "New York Cares" volunteer will receive a Lewis Hine Award that evening.
Mrs. Clinton will receive a special Lewis Hine Award for Distinguished Service to children and youth. The award will be presented by the National Child Labor Committee (NCLC). Ten individuals from communities across the country will also be honored with a Lewis Hine award.
DATE: TUESDAY, JANUARY 26, 1993 PRESS CALL TIME: 5:30PM
LOCATION: THE CHEMICAL BANK BUILDING PRESS ENTRANCE: 270 PARK AVENUE BETWEEN 48TH AND PARK PRESS NOTE: Press will be escorted to the 49th floor for the award ceremony. Press overflow space will be provided on the 2nd floor in the employee cafeteria. Mult and video DA will be available in this area. ###