Spring Fling!!

Another successful Spring Fling. For the fifth year running we brought out a lot of kids to have a lot of fun out at Floyd Bennett Field. A big thanks to the Park Service and all the Rangers at Floyd Bennett field as well as the other groups that came out and helped. The Audubon Society, Ultimate Disc, Marine Park Golf, and Urban Park Rangers of the NY Parks department.

Now here’s some pictures of the day.



PS 203 and 207 Arrival!!


Ranger John showing the kids kayaks.



Flying Discs and Fun!



A perfect day for kites and bubbles

Campfires and Marshmellows!

Planes in the newly renovated Hanger B


And tents



Bikes , bikes, and more bikes!



Kids in canoes!


Park Rangers teach wilderness skills. These kids will keep warm if they ever get trapped in the forest.

Standing in line to be the next Robin Hood with S.A.F.E. Archery.

And the real thing!

Marine Park Golf tees up some fun.



Archery Finals Hit the Target

Congratulations to everyone who participated in the archery finals on Saturday, April 22, 2017
Cunningham, MS 137, Intermediate School 78, and Marine Park JHS competed in the event.
Marine Park took the Gold, MS 137 took second, and IS 78 came in Third!
Terri Cadet-Donald of Millennium Development organized the event in conjunction with Olympic Archery in Schools

Bike Education Training


Nicola, Shane, Karvelee, Jason, Christina, Amos, Rob, Casey, Nicholas, Paul, Delecia, Kayla, and Nicole on their bikes after the training.

Millennium Development Executive Director Paul and Bicycle Educator pose with the graduates of the inaugural cohort of cycling instructors here at Millennium Development. After a grueling day of Skill Drills, bike mechanics, and riding safety our newly minted cycling instructors are ready to head out and give kids the skills they need to ride safely and confidently around the city and around the world. The new team will be training cyclists in Marine Park, Rockaway, and Bay View/Canarsie.