Annual Awards

Annual Awards at the Tobacco Warehouse, June 2010

MAS Annual Awards 2010

The MAS Annual Awards honors individuals and groups that help define the character of New York City. The The W. Allison and Elizabeth Stubbs Davis Award to a deserving employee of the New York City Department of Parks and Recreation.

The 2010 MAS Annual Meeting was held on Wednesday, June 23, at the Tobacco Warehouse in DUMBO. Governors Island Preservation and Education Corporation received the Special Recognition Award. Gregory Jackson was given the W. Allison and Elizabeth Stubbs David Awards, for his work as the director of the Brownsville Recreation Center in Brooklyn. Other honorees included Brooklyn Bridge Park, Dance Theatre Etcetera’s Angels and Accordions, Museum of Chinese in America, and Learning Leaders.

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MAS Annual Awards 2009

MAS announced the winners of its 2009 Annual Awards honoring individuals and groups that help define the character of New York City at its annual meeting on July 14, 2009, at the Chelsea Art Museum. This year’s awards were highlighted by the Brooklyn Flea, the flea market that is becoming an essential weekend activity for all New Yorkers and IRT: A Tragedy in Three Stations, an original play that actually takes place in the subway. This year’s award-winners also included the Human Rights Watch International Film Festival; Sustainable Streets Strategic Plan for the New York City Department of Transportation 2008 and Beyond; and the Center for New York City Law.

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