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Sunset Park Even Start Family Literacy Partnership


Coordinator

Sunset Park Even Start Family Literacy Partnership


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www.lutheranmedicalcenter.com [cached]

Director: Marisol Alvarado
(718) 765-1682 Fax: (718) Email: Malvarado@lmcmc.com / spevenstart@hotmail.com


Lambda Sigma Gamma - Zeta Chapter Alumnae

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They're close as sisters: Brooklyn foster teen Chardae Salters (l.), 16, with son, Jeremiah, and her supportive "big sister," mentor Marisol Alvarado. The storybook character Cinderella and Brooklyn foster teen Chardae Salters have quite a bit in common.Salters, 16, will soon be going to a fancy ball, all dressed in a beautiful outfit and fancy shoes, just like Cinderella. And while there's no fairy godmother to magically convert a subway car into a horse-driven coach, there is a kind and supportive big sister in Salters' life - Marisol Alvarado."We love to make each other laugh," said Alvarado, a coordinator at the Sunset Park Even Start Family Literacy Partnership. The two will be in the Grand Ballroom of the Waldorf-Astoria on April 24 to celebrate the 102nd anniversary of Big Brothers Big Sisters of New York City.They will tell more than 1,000 guests about the success of the group's Young Mothers Mentoring Program.Alvarado became Salter's big sister in the fall of 2004, two months before Salters gave birth to her son, Jeremiah.And Alvarado has been a major part of Salters' support system."When I'm sad, I call her," Salters said of Alvarado.Alvarado, who grew up in California, said she first became a big sister while attending the University of California at Santa Barbara.She and Salters enjoy shopping, going to movies, the park and the beach.They like to eat out and take baby Jeremiah on excursions.And while it may take a few years for Salters to settle on a Prince Charming, she does have goals.She envisions college and law school."And one day," she said, "I plan to become a big sister."


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They're close as sisters: Brooklyn foster teen Chardae Salters (l.), 16, with son, Jeremiah, and her supportive "big sister," mentor Marisol Alvarado.
The storybook character Cinderella and Brooklyn foster teen Chardae Salters have quite a bit in common. Salters, 16, will soon be going to a fancy ball, all dressed in a beautiful outfit and fancy shoes, just like Cinderella. And while there's no fairy godmother to magically convert a subway car into a horse-driven coach, there is a kind and supportive big sister in Salters' life - Marisol Alvarado. "We love to make each other laugh," said Alvarado, a coordinator at the Sunset Park Even Start Family Literacy Partnership. The two will be in the Grand Ballroom of the Waldorf-Astoria on April 24 to celebrate the 102nd anniversary of Big Brothers Big Sisters of New York City. They will tell more than 1,000 guests about the success of the group's Young Mothers Mentoring Program. Alvarado became Salter's big sister in the fall of 2004, two months before Salters gave birth to her son, Jeremiah. And Alvarado has been a major part of Salters' support system. "When I'm sad, I call her," Salters said of Alvarado. Alvarado, who grew up in California, said she first became a big sister while attending the University of California at Santa Barbara. She and Salters enjoy shopping, going to movies, the park and the beach. They like to eat out and take baby Jeremiah on excursions. And while it may take a few years for Salters to settle on a Prince Charming, she does have goals. She envisions college and law school. "And one day," she said, "I plan to become a big sister."


www.lmcmc.com

Director: Marisol Alvarado(718) 765-1682Fax: (718) Email: Malvarado@lmcmc.com / spevenstart@hotmail.com


Lambda Sigma Gamma - Zeta Chapter Alumnae

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April 20, 2006 - Congrat's to Marisol Alvarado (ZH) who has been recognized for her work as a mentor for young moms.Read article . . .


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