A perfect place to play; Church and scouts gift New Hope Manor with new playground
“To see the children expanding their skills and abilities—no amount of money can buy that sense of satisfaction,” said Quezada. “This has been a hope and a dream come true,” added Watts.
Since its founding in 1970, NHM has served approximately 3,000 women age 14 and up, along with many of their children. Its graduates include university deans, medical doctors, attorneys and more. Visit www.newhopemanor.org for more information or call 845/557-8353.
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