Community News - "After the long hospital stays for Kolton, we were aware of just how many families were in the same situation as us and just trying to do their best," James Kappers said about the Ronald Mc Donald House.Community News - "I am so proud to be a part of such a fine organization that helps make the holidays special for children who are less fortunate," stated Assemblyman Fred Thiele.
Sixty-Something - Being sixty-something years old means I have met a lot of interesting folks, many right out here on the East End.
One such person was Richard "Tate" King, a 12th generation East Ender.
Reuven Pasternak, Vice President for Health Systems for Stony Brook Medicine.
Community News - "The incidence of tick-borne illnesses continues to grow on the East End of Long Island, and we must do everything we can to stem that growth because of the devastating effect of the diseases on public health," reflected Legislator Fleming.
Community News - "Learning about the multitudes of indigenous communities is an important part of empowerment, unity, and education," Autumn Rose Miskweminanocsqua Williams reflected. I learned from each contestant and we all encouraged each other to do and be our best!
" Community News - "The East End warmly welcomed A Walk On Water three years ago and it's our privilege and honor to be returning to this wonderful community annually to share the magic that is Surf Therapy," shared Steven Lippman.
Community News - Bowlmor AMF and Pinny, their charming giant bowling pin mascot, stopped by the Ronald Mc Donald House of Long Island in New Hyde Park to spread a little holiday cheer by making a special delivery.
Community News - "The start of the holidays is always a particularly difficult time for the food insecure so we welcome the continued support of brands like Love The Island willing to help us meet this ongoing challenge," said Robin Amato, Chief Development Officer& Communications Director for LI Cares.
Community News - "Kids just love big trucks," Steve Long noted.