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Members of the Port Washington Crisis Relief Team include Vivian Moy, Dave Franklin and Rita Di Lucia, who is also a trustee of Manorhaven Village. Credit: Adina Genn
Robert J. Pape, Jr. August 1, 2013 at 10:02 am
Thank you Commissioner Franklin and all of the members of the greater Port Washington community whoRead More are taking the time to receive this vital training for the care of our community.
Eagle Scouts John D’Alessandro, Dennis McDonnell and Matthew Kennedy.
Robert J. Pape, Jr. June 17, 2013 at 08:26 am
Congratulations gentleman on such a extraordinary accomplishment. This honor will accompany each ofRead More you for the rest of your lives and be a symbol for the values and traditions you hold dear and live by. Well done!
Linda Delia June 18, 2013 at 10:36 pm
Most impressive young men! I have often wondered why some of the leaders of the HS clubs don'tRead More engage in more services that benefit the community. If just one club would help to pick up the food wrappers the kids leave all over the town we would have much less polluted and offensive looking streets. Apparently it is most difficult to hold onto one's cell phone and wrappers at the same time and I have never seen anyone throw their phone to the ground!
NCComptroller July 31, 2013 at 02:51 pm
Congratulations gentlemen.
Ann W. Latner August 22, 2012 at 02:28 pm
I'm a volunteer ESL tutor at the library. It's very rewarding and I've met wonderful people thisRead More way. I'm also on the board of trustees of the Cow Neck Peninsula Historical Society -- which maintains the historic Sands-Willets house on Port Blvd, and the Dodge house on Mill Pond, and runs programs about history for schoolkids. There are SO many ways to get involved with things in town... I highly recommend volunteering.
Dave Franklin August 22, 2012 at 07:53 pm
Bob, you have the same caring and charitable attitude. You and have done several events together,Read More and I look forward to working with you in the future.
Cynthia Litman September 27, 2012 at 12:10 pm
I have so much love for this community and it pours through in many ways, from being there for myRead More friends, to working with moms during my MomShops to de-stress, to really taking the time to get to know our neighbors, local business owners and organizations, shopping and dining local, attending local events and supporting our friends and neighbors, to actively volunteering at my children's schools and staying very aware of what's happening around us, within us and appreciating every little improvement made in the town, recognizing just how beautiful our oasis by the water is, discovering the plethora of resources available and sharing with others, and knowing just how special it is to be part of this community. Our home is more than our houses, it is our community!! :)
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