QATV News

Robert Cannata of Quincy Community Action Programs tells us about their Tax Assistance Program. For more information, visit www.qcap.org or call 617-657-5345.

Quincy Symphony Orchestra President Brian Hickox and Music Director Yoichi Udagawa tell us about their upcoming concerts for 2020.

Emily McPhee, RD, LDN, a registered dietician from South Shore Health Center, gives us some tips on how to follow a heart-healthy diet.

Quincy Fire Department Lt. Ralph Blight & Cure Alzheimer's President Tim Armour tell us about the QFD's upcoming Bowling Night Fundraiser for Alzheimer's Research at O'Lindy's Bowling Alley on February 22nd from 7-11pm.

Kelly Cobble from the Quincy Art Association talks about their upcoming classes and events.

Quincy Asian Resources recently held their Annual Lunar New Year Festival at North Quincy High School. QATV was there to capture the highlights!

Alice Arena and Mike Lang from the Fore River Residents Against the Compressor Station update us on their campaign.

Kevin Reno of the Social Security Administration answers common questions about Social Security.

The City of Quincy and the MBTA recently hosted a community meeting, to discuss the MBTA's plans to build a bus yard & maintenance facility at the site of the former Lowe's off of Burgin Parkway.

Philip Chong and Rockey Chan from Quincy Asian Resources tell us about this year's Lunar New Year Celebration, to be held on Sunday, February 2nd, from 11am to 4pm, at North Quincy High School. For more information, visit www.quincyasianresources.org.

Marie McCabe of the Good Neighbor Energy Fund explains who is eligible for the fund, and how to apply.

Each year, Quincy honors the legacy of Martin Luther King Jr. with an Annual Breakfast. This year's guest speaker was Joseph Finn, Executive Director of the Massachusetts Housing & Shelter Alliance and former Quincy City Councilor.

Dr. Wayne Westcott joins us to talk about Quincy College's Exercise Science Program.

Lisa Braxton of the National Fire Protection Association offers some tips to keep your home safe, and what to do in an emergency.

Robert Pierson of the Norfolk County RSVP Program gives an overview of the program, and where volunteers are needed.

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