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Opening of the Al Oertner Recreation Center
 
Mayor Bloomberg, Parks Commissioner Adrian Benepe, Queens Borough President Helen Marshall, Council Member John C. Liu, Department of Environmental Protection Acting Commissioner Steven W. Lawitts, members of the Oerter family, and recreation users of all ages cut the ribbon on the new $50-million Al Oerter Recreation Center in Flushing, Queens. Al Oerter was a four-time Olympian born in Astoria. Mr. Oerter (1936 – 2007) is among a handful of athletes who have won gold medals in four consecutive Olympics between 1954 and 1968.  

Mayor Bloomberg, Parks Commissioner Adrian Benepe, Queens Borough President Helen Marshall, Council Member John C. Liu, Department of Environmental Protection Acting Commissioner Steven W. Lawitts, members of the Oerter family, and recreation users of all ages cut the ribbon on the new $50-million Al Oerter Recreation Center in Flushing, Queens. Al Oerter was a four-time Olympian born in Astoria. Mr. Oerter (1936 – 2007) is among a handful of athletes who have won gold medals in four consecutive Olympics between 1954 and 1968.
Mayor Bloomberg, Parks Commissioner Adrian Benepe, Queens Borough President Helen Marshall, Council Member John C. Liu, Department of Environmental Protection Acting Commissioner Steven W. Lawitts, members of the Oerter family, and recreation users of all ages cut the ribbon on the new $50-million Al Oerter Recreation Center in Flushing, Queens. Al Oerter was a four-time Olympian born in Astoria. Mr. Oerter (1936 – 2007) is among a handful of athletes who have won gold medals in four consecutive Olympics between 1954 and 1968.
Mayor Bloomberg, Parks Commissioner Adrian Benepe, Queens Borough President Helen Marshall, Council Member John C. Liu, Department of Environmental Protection Acting Commissioner Steven W. Lawitts, members of the Oerter family, and recreation users of all ages cut the ribbon on the new $50-million Al Oerter Recreation Center in Flushing, Queens. Al Oerter was a four-time Olympian born in Astoria. Mr. Oerter (1936 – 2007) is among a handful of athletes who have won gold medals in four consecutive Olympics between 1954 and 1968.
Mayor Bloomberg, Parks Commissioner Adrian Benepe, Queens Borough President Helen Marshall, Council Member John C. Liu, Department of Environmental Protection Acting Commissioner Steven W. Lawitts, members of the Oerter family, and recreation users of all ages cut the ribbon on the new $50-million Al Oerter Recreation Center in Flushing, Queens. Al Oerter was a four-time Olympian born in Astoria. Mr. Oerter (1936 – 2007) is among a handful of athletes who have won gold medals in four consecutive Olympics between 1954 and 1968.
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