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NY: Local 802 AFM Centennial celebration
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Local 802 union president Adam Krauthamer and state senator Jose Serrano attend Local 802 AFM Centennial celebration at Central Park. Musicians, union members of Local 802 could not perform live during heights of pandemic and therefore lost their income. They rely on support by the union and money allocated by the city, state and federal governments. Since the pandemic receded musicians again started to perform for the public and they celebrated the centennial of their union with elected officials and performing for the crowd in the park.

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  • Local 802 union president Adam Krauthamer and state senator Jose Serrano attend Local 802 AFM Centennial celebration at Central Park. Musicians, union members of Local 802 could not perform live during heights of pandemic and therefore lost their income. They rely on support by the union and money allocated by the city, state and federal governments. Since the pandemic receded musicians again started to perform for the public and they celebrated the centennial of their union with elected officials and performing for the crowd in the park.Local 802 union president Adam Krauthamer and state senator Jose Serrano attend Local 802 AFM Centennial celebration at Central Park. Musicians, union members of Local 802 could not perform live during heights of pandemic and therefore lost their income. They rely on support by the union and money allocated by the city, state and federal governments. Since the pandemic receded musicians again started to perform for the public and they celebrated the centennial of their union with elected officials and performing for the crowd in the park.
  • Lieutenant Governor Brian Benjamin speaks at Local 802 AFM Centennial celebration at Central Park. Musicians, union members of Local 802 could not perform live during heights of pandemic and therefore lost their income. They rely on support by the union and money allocated by the city, state and federal governments. Since the pandemic receded musicians again started to perform for the public and they celebrated the centennial of their union with elected officials and performing for the crowd in the park.Lieutenant Governor Brian Benjamin speaks at Local 802 AFM Centennial celebration at Central Park. Musicians, union members of Local 802 could not perform live during heights of pandemic and therefore lost their income. They rely on support by the union and money allocated by the city, state and federal governments. Since the pandemic receded musicians again started to perform for the public and they celebrated the centennial of their union with elected officials and performing for the crowd in the park.
  • Lieutenant Governor Brian Benjamin speaks at Local 802 AFM Centennial celebration at Central Park. Musicians, union members of Local 802 could not perform live during heights of pandemic and therefore lost their income. They rely on support by the union and money allocated by the city, state and federal governments. Since the pandemic receded musicians again started to perform for the public and they celebrated the centennial of their union with elected officials and performing for the crowd in the park.Lieutenant Governor Brian Benjamin speaks at Local 802 AFM Centennial celebration at Central Park. Musicians, union members of Local 802 could not perform live during heights of pandemic and therefore lost their income. They rely on support by the union and money allocated by the city, state and federal governments. Since the pandemic receded musicians again started to perform for the public and they celebrated the centennial of their union with elected officials and performing for the crowd in the park.
  • Lieutenant Governor Brian Benjamin speaks at Local 802 AFM Centennial celebration at Central Park. Musicians, union members of Local 802 could not perform live during heights of pandemic and therefore lost their income. They rely on support by the union and money allocated by the city, state and federal governments. Since the pandemic receded musicians again started to perform for the public and they celebrated the centennial of their union with elected officials and performing for the crowd in the park.Lieutenant Governor Brian Benjamin speaks at Local 802 AFM Centennial celebration at Central Park. Musicians, union members of Local 802 could not perform live during heights of pandemic and therefore lost their income. They rely on support by the union and money allocated by the city, state and federal governments. Since the pandemic receded musicians again started to perform for the public and they celebrated the centennial of their union with elected officials and performing for the crowd in the park.
  • Lieutenant Governor Brian Benjamin speaks at Local 802 AFM Centennial celebration at Central Park. Musicians, union members of Local 802 could not perform live during heights of pandemic and therefore lost their income. They rely on support by the union and money allocated by the city, state and federal governments. Since the pandemic receded musicians again started to perform for the public and they celebrated the centennial of their union with elected officials and performing for the crowd in the park.Lieutenant Governor Brian Benjamin speaks at Local 802 AFM Centennial celebration at Central Park. Musicians, union members of Local 802 could not perform live during heights of pandemic and therefore lost their income. They rely on support by the union and money allocated by the city, state and federal governments. Since the pandemic receded musicians again started to perform for the public and they celebrated the centennial of their union with elected officials and performing for the crowd in the park.
  • Musician Janet Axelrod presented a cookbook created out of recipes submitted by members of Local 802 to Lieutenant Governor Brian Benjamin at Local 802 AFM Centennial celebration at Central Park. Musicians, union members of Local 802 could not perform live during heights of pandemic and therefore lost their income. They rely on support by the union and money allocated by the city, state and federal governments. Since the pandemic receded musicians again started to perform for the public and they celebrated the centennial of their union with elected officials and performing for the crowd in the park.Musician Janet Axelrod presented a cookbook created out of recipes submitted by members of Local 802 to Lieutenant Governor Brian Benjamin at Local 802 AFM Centennial celebration at Central Park. Musicians, union members of Local 802 could not perform live during heights of pandemic and therefore lost their income. They rely on support by the union and money allocated by the city, state and federal governments. Since the pandemic receded musicians again started to perform for the public and they celebrated the centennial of their union with elected officials and performing for the crowd in the park.
  • Lieutenant Governor Brian Benjamin speaks at Local 802 AFM Centennial celebration at Central Park. Musicians, union members of Local 802 could not perform live during heights of pandemic and therefore lost their income. They rely on support by the union and money allocated by the city, state and federal governments. Since the pandemic receded musicians again started to perform for the public and they celebrated the centennial of their union with elected officials and performing for the crowd in the park.Lieutenant Governor Brian Benjamin speaks at Local 802 AFM Centennial celebration at Central Park. Musicians, union members of Local 802 could not perform live during heights of pandemic and therefore lost their income. They rely on support by the union and money allocated by the city, state and federal governments. Since the pandemic receded musicians again started to perform for the public and they celebrated the centennial of their union with elected officials and performing for the crowd in the park.
  • People attend Local 802 AFM Centennial celebration at Central Park. Musicians, union members of Local 802 could not perform live during heights of pandemic and therefore lost their income. They rely on support by the union and money allocated by the city, state and federal governments. Since the pandemic receded musicians again started to perform for the public and they celebrated the centennial of their union with elected officials and performing for the crowd in the park.People attend Local 802 AFM Centennial celebration at Central Park. Musicians, union members of Local 802 could not perform live during heights of pandemic and therefore lost their income. They rely on support by the union and money allocated by the city, state and federal governments. Since the pandemic receded musicians again started to perform for the public and they celebrated the centennial of their union with elected officials and performing for the crowd in the park.
  • Musicians perform during Local 802 AFM Centennial celebration at Central Park. Musicians, union members of Local 802 could not perform live during heights of pandemic and therefore lost their income. They rely on support by the union and money allocated by the city, state and federal governments. Since the pandemic receded musicians again started to perform for the public and they celebrated the centennial of their union with elected officials and performing for the crowd in the park.Musicians perform during Local 802 AFM Centennial celebration at Central Park. Musicians, union members of Local 802 could not perform live during heights of pandemic and therefore lost their income. They rely on support by the union and money allocated by the city, state and federal governments. Since the pandemic receded musicians again started to perform for the public and they celebrated the centennial of their union with elected officials and performing for the crowd in the park.
  • Anne del Castillo speaks at Local 802 AFM Centennial celebration at Central Park. Musicians, union members of Local 802 could not perform live during heights of pandemic and therefore lost their income. They rely on support by the union and money allocated by the city, state and federal governments. Since the pandemic receded musicians again started to perform for the public and they celebrated the centennial of their union with elected officials and performing for the crowd in the park.Anne del Castillo speaks at Local 802 AFM Centennial celebration at Central Park. Musicians, union members of Local 802 could not perform live during heights of pandemic and therefore lost their income. They rely on support by the union and money allocated by the city, state and federal governments. Since the pandemic receded musicians again started to perform for the public and they celebrated the centennial of their union with elected officials and performing for the crowd in the park.
  • State senator Jose Serrano speaks at Local 802 AFM Centennial celebration at Central Park. Musicians, union members of Local 802 could not perform live during heights of pandemic and therefore lost their income. They rely on support by the union and money allocated by the city, state and federal governments. Since the pandemic receded musicians again started to perform for the public and they celebrated the centennial of their union with elected officials and performing for the crowd in the park.State senator Jose Serrano speaks at Local 802 AFM Centennial celebration at Central Park. Musicians, union members of Local 802 could not perform live during heights of pandemic and therefore lost their income. They rely on support by the union and money allocated by the city, state and federal governments. Since the pandemic receded musicians again started to perform for the public and they celebrated the centennial of their union with elected officials and performing for the crowd in the park.
  • Anne del Castillo, Commissioner of Mayor's Office of Media and Entertainment presents mayor's proclamation to Local 802 union president Adam Krauthamer at Local 802 AFM Centennial celebration at Central Park. Musicians, union members of Local 802 could not perform live during heights of pandemic and therefore lost their income. They rely on support by the union and money allocated by the city, state and federal governments. Since the pandemic receded musicians again started to perform for the public and they celebrated the centennial of their union with elected officials and performing for the crowd in the park.Anne del Castillo, Commissioner of Mayor's Office of Media and Entertainment presents mayor's proclamation to Local 802 union president Adam Krauthamer at Local 802 AFM Centennial celebration at Central Park. Musicians, union members of Local 802 could not perform live during heights of pandemic and therefore lost their income. They rely on support by the union and money allocated by the city, state and federal governments. Since the pandemic receded musicians again started to perform for the public and they celebrated the centennial of their union with elected officials and performing for the crowd in the park.

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