Farmingdale Observer Wins Community Leadership Award
The Farmingdale Observer has received an award from the New York State Press Association's 2001 Better Newspaper Awards Contest, in the category of Community Leadership. A third place award in this category was presented last week to the Farmingdale Observer, an Anton Community Newspaper, for a series of articles and an editorial which the newspaper carried about the controversy surrounding public hiring of immigrant day laborers in Farmingdale last spring.
Post Office Announces Extended Hours April 16
Gerard A. Fiorenza, Postmaster Massapequa, announced expanded service for last minute taxpayers in the Long Island District. Stamp sales and postmarking services will be available until midnight, Monday, April 16, at the Massapequa Post Office. Postal workers will be on hand to accept and postmark tax returns.
Good Friday Walk to Benefit INN
The Protestant and Roman Catholic Campus Ministries of Long Island is sponsoring their annual 10-mile Good Friday Hunger Pilgrimage on Friday, April 13.
Congratulations James Altadonna
Advocates for Seniors