Family and Children's Honors Massapequa Park Resident
Family and Children's Association, the human service network for Long Island, honored Massapequa Park resident and longtime volunteer Sallie Moore at its 2003 Thanksgiving volunteer recognition luncheon. Moore volunteers with Family and Children's Ombudservice program which provides patient advocacy in nursing, adult, and assisted living homes. "Sallie believes in doing the impossible to better the lives of these residents," said Margaret Hromada, director of Family and Children's/Ombudservice program. "Her dedication and relentless drive has enriched lives, eased anxieties, allayed crises and brought hope where there had been little hope."
Two Chances to Give Blood
Residents of the Massapequas and the surrounding areas will have two opportunities to kick off the New Year by giving blood.
Massapequa PAL Holds Winter/Spring 2004 Registration
Police Officer Maureen Roach of the Nassau County Police Activity League - Massapequa Unit, recently announced the Winter/Spring 2004 Program lineup which includes boys travel lacrosse, girls travel lacrosse, track, karate, bowling and tennis instruction.
Goodbye and Thank You