Archive: Oct 2013

  1. Lindenhurst to Dedicate Hurricane Sandy Volunteer Monument

    “On October 29, 2012, Superstorm Sandy brought unparalleled damage and havoc to many of us across Long Island, in particular the residential communities of the Great South Bay.  Immediately afterwards, hundreds upon hundreds of volunteers joined together to help, in big and small ways, their neighbors start the process of recovery and rebuilding.” –  Thomas […]

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  2. Hempstead Town Supervisor Kate Murray Gets a Sneek Peek of New Veterans Mobile Unit

    Hempstead Town Supervisor Kate Murray delivered the Luncheon Keynote address at Long Island Cares’ annual Agency Releations Conference on Friday, October 11, 2013 at the UpSky Resort and Hotel in Hauppauge.  Following the luncheon, which was attended by more than 185 agency representatives, Supervisor Murray got a sneek peek of Long Island Cares’ new Veterans […]

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  3. Freeport Mayor Visits Long Island Cares’ Nassau Service Center

    Village of Freeport Mayor, Robert Kennedy (second from right) visited Long Island Cares’ Nassau Service Center at 84 Pine Street in Freeport on Wednesday, October 23, 2013.  Mayor Kennedy met with (L-R): Michael Haynes, Coordinator of Government Affairs and Veterans Services; Executive Director Paule Pachter; Jessica Rosati, Director of Program and Community Services; and Dana […]

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  4. Tunes 4 Food CD to Benefit Feeding America Food Banks including Long Island Cares

    A roster of popular musicians and recording artists including Heart, Yoko Ono, Melissa Etheridge, Little Steven, Jackson Browne, Nils Lofgren, Ani DeFranco, and others have recorded a unique CD aimed at the growing demand on food banks and opposing anticipated budget cuts to food stamps and other support for people in need.  The “Tunes4Food” Redemption […]

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