The First Annual Lincoln Houses Mother’s Day Event With State Senator Cleare

May 12, 2023

New York State Senator Cordell Cleare, in partnership with Harlem’s Lincoln Houses community, is delighted to announce The First Annual Lincoln Houses Mother’s Day Event.

This exciting occasion will be held at the 135th Street Basketball Court in New York City on May 12, 2023, from 12:00 pm to 6:00 pm est.

The First Annual Lincoln Houses Mother’s Day Event aims to honor and celebrate the exceptional mothers within the community, acknowledging their invaluable contributions. It promises to be a day filled with joy, entertainment, and heartfelt appreciation for the remarkable women who have profoundly influenced our lives. 

Among the event highlights is a special award ceremony dedicated to recognizing the oldest senior resident of the Lincoln Houses housing development. 

Senator Cordell Cleare said, “This event provides a wonderful opportunity for our community to come together and express our gratitude for the incredible mothers in our lives. We aspire to create a day brimming with joy, love, and recognition for their tireless efforts. I encourage everyone to join us in this heartwarming celebration of motherhood.”  

For additional information about The First Annual Lincoln Houses Mother’s Day Event, contact Anthony Gray at 212-222-7315 or via email at

Photo credit: Cordell Cleare.

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