Beautification Committee Invites Residents to Adopt-A-Tree-Well
The Farmingdale Beautification Committee, a group of local residents and business members interested in beautifying the Village of Farmingdale, is once again hosting their Adopt-A-Tree-Well Program throughout the village. This time, the committee is looking to beautify the community not only for its residents, but also for visitors who will soon be passing through the village on their way to the US Open which will be taking place at Bethpage State Park this spring.
Students Make Calls for a Cure
Students at Farmingdale High School are asking local residents to answer their call for a cure on Tuesday, Feb. 5 and help them raise funds for children with cystic fibrosis. Between 6 and 9 p.m., students will gather at the high school and make phone calls to residents in the community, asking them to join the battle against cystic fibrosis by making any contribution possible.
Columbus Lodge and NY Yankee Go to Bat for 9-11 Victims
Several members of the Sons of Italy-Columbus Lodge #2143 and New York Yankee Almuni Roy White are teaming up on Wednesday, Sept. 11, to raise money for the widows' and victims' families on Feb. 13 at Leonard's of Great Neck from 7 p.m. till 11 p.m. Presented by the Roy White Foundation, the event will include an evening with stars of various New York area sports teams.
Running Club Presents Proceeds of Ho Ho Ho Holiday Run to Deserving Charities
The success of the December 2001 Ho Ho Ho Holiday Run enabled the Greater Long Island Running Club (GLIRC) to be very generous to three most deserving causes, and at the club's Jan. 15 meeting checks were presented in the amount of $3,000 to the Bretton Bowl Fund for the needy families of Bethpage, in the amount of $2,500 to the Maurer Foundation for Breast Health Education, and in the amount of $1,000 to Long Island Track & Field for use in LITF's youth programs.
An Open Letter to Those Who Scrawled Graffiti on Church
Rejecting the Call for New Commuter Tax