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BCS at Harmony Day

by Caroline Yang, Summer Intern

Today the BCS Community Service team took a break from its usual routine, and brought clients to Van Cortlandt Park to help out with the NYPD's Harmony Day. The event, which has been held annually for 30 years, aims to improve relationships between police officers and young people in the communities they serve by bringing them together for a day of fun.

BCS clients helped out by keeping the area clean for kids enjoying the arcade games, bouncy castle, climbing wall, dunk tank and lots more. Overall, not a bad way to spend the morning!

      The Sticky Wall was a big hit  Brave souls attempting the climbing wall

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