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Valuing Essential Residential Workers

Working in the field of human services offers many rewards and challenges. The arrival of the coronavirus pandemic added new and more complex challenges to working in this field. At a time when personal safety and health has been carefully guarded, dedicated residential workers prioritized the
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Artists From NY Band Together To Ask Congress To Support U.S. Independent Music Venues In The Quest To Save Our Stages

Stating that “the collapse of this crucial element in the music industry’s ecosystem would be devastating,” more than 600 of nation’s most cherished musical artists, issued a letter to Congressasking legislators to provide urgent financial support for independent venues and promoters in the U.S., which are in grave peril due to the pandemic.These artists join Mavis […]
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The Bristal Assisted Living and the Long Island Alzheimer’s & Dementia Center to hold Virtual Flower Pot Planting Program for Seniors Across Long Island

The Bristal Assisted Living communities and the Long Island Alzheimer’s & Dementia Center will host a crafting program via Zoom open to all Long Island Seniors and their caregivers from 1:00 – 2:00PM on Wednesday July 1st and Wednesday July 8th. This two-part class is intended for older adults and individuals with dementia or memory-related […]
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Connetquot Choir Director Recognized Nationally

Connetquot Central School District congratulates Brad Drinkwater, choir director at Connetquot High School, who was named a quarterfinalist for the national Grammy Music Educator Award. This award was established to recognize current educators who have made a significant and lasting contribution to the field of music education and who demonstrate a commitment to the
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Bellmore School District Thanks The Community

The Bellmore Board of Education and administration wish to extend their appreciation to all residents who voted. The budget, which was approved 1,475 to 864, will enable the district to continue to provide quality instructional and co-curricular programs for students. In addition, the district congratulates Mr. Jay L.T. Breakstone on being re-elected to another three-year
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Now fully reopened under Pennsylvania’s “Green Phase,” Woodloch Pines has implemented an extensive set of protocols to ensure the safety of its staff, guests, and the local community.

The toll that the Covid-19 pandemic has taken in recent months has flipped the hospitality industry on its head, requiring properties across the world to change immensely and adapt rapidly to a tremendous amount of new operating procedures. One such property, Woodloch Pines, an all-inclusive family resort in Pennsylvania’s Pocono Mountains, has embraced these challenges
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Supervisor Clavin Invites Residents to ‘Swing Into Summer’ as Hempstead Town Prepares to Re-Open Pools on July 3rd

Supervisor Don Clavin invited residents to “swing into summer” as he announced the re-opening of Town of Hempstead playgrounds, which was effective Saturday June 13th – in the aftermath of the COVID-19 pandemic. The Supervisor shared the good news at Newbridge Road Park playground in Bellmore, joined by Senior Councilwoman Dorothy Goosby, Councilman Bruce Blakeman, […]