• “Stamp Out Hunger” With the USPS This Saturday!
  • King Kullen & Boy Scouts Perform Good Deed
  • #KylieJennerChallenge Destroys More Than Lips
  • Legislator Anker Celebrates Opening Day with  North Shore Little League
  • Cosmo – A Levittown Legend

“Stamp Out Hunger” With the USPS This Saturday!

On May 9th, Long Island letter carriers will unite with the rest of the nation to participate in the charitable event, “Stamp Out Hunger”. The nationwide initiative, which began in 1991 by the National Association of Letter Carriers, collects food for local and national food banks in a drive that [...]

King Kullen & Boy Scouts Perform Good Deed

Bethpage, NY – April 30th, 2015 – Continuing a ten-year tradition of support, King Kullen Grocery Co., Inc., recently donated 30,000 personalized, printed grocery bags to Boy Scouts of America, Suffolk County Council, for the group’s annual Suffolk County-wide food drive. Proudly displaying their full grocery bags before King Kullen’s [...]

#KylieJennerChallenge Destroys More Than Lips

  Challenges to raise awareness for a good cause are one thing. Challenges that cause direct harm to oneself or to another is entirely another. I’ve been involved in several of these so-called “challenges”. I’ve submitted to buckets of ice water being tossed over my head, in an effort to [...]

Legislator Anker Celebrates Opening Day with North Shore Little League

Rocky Point, NY – April 21st, 2015 – On April 18, 2015, Legislator Sarah Anker joined baseball and softball players, parents, coaches and elected officials of the North Shore Little League for its 52nd Annual Opening Day Ceremonies at Doubleday Field in Rocky Point. “After a long cold winter, it [...]

Cosmo – A Levittown Legend

Ask any Baby Boomer who grew up in Levittown about their favorite memory, and they will most likely tell you that it was the time that Cosmo the Ice Cream Man would drive through their street. Oh, surely there will be memories of kickball games in the street, or Kick [...]

 

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“Stamp Out Hunger” With the USPS This Saturday!

“Stamp Out Hunger” With the USPS This Saturday!

On May 9th, Long Island letter carriers will unite with the rest of the nation to participate in the charitable event, “Stamp Out Hunger”. The nationwide initiative, which began in 1991 by the National Association of Letter Carriers, collects...

 

King Kullen & Boy Scouts Perform Good Deed

King Kullen & Boy Scouts Perform Good Deed

Bethpage, NY – April 30th, 2015 - Continuing a ten-year tradition of support, King Kullen Grocery Co., Inc., recently donated 30,000 personalized, printed grocery bags to Boy Scouts of America, Suffolk County Council, for the group’s...

 

#KylieJennerChallenge Destroys More Than Lips

#KylieJennerChallenge Destroys More Than Lips

  Please discourage your teens from participating in this dangerous new trend. Challenges to raise awareness for a good cause are one thing. Challenges that cause direct harm to oneself or to another is entirely another. I’ve been involved...

 

Legislator Anker Celebrates Opening Day with North Shore Little League

Legislator Anker Celebrates Opening Day with  North Shore Little League

Rocky Point, NY – April 21st, 2015 - On April 18, 2015, Legislator Sarah Anker joined baseball and softball players, parents, coaches and elected officials of the North Shore Little League for its 52nd Annual Opening Day Ceremonies at...

 

Cosmo – A Levittown Legend

Cosmo – A Levittown Legend

Ask any Baby Boomer who grew up in Levittown about their favorite memory, and they will most likely tell you that it was the time that Cosmo the Ice Cream Man would drive through their street. Oh, surely there will be memories of kickball games...

 

Central Islip Teen Missing Since March

Central Islip Teen Missing Since March

Missing Central Islip Teen Katy Zavala Central Islip – April 12th, 2015 - Suffolk County Police Third Squad detectives are seeking the public’s help in locating a Central Islip teenager who was reported missing last month. The mother...

 

HKNC Helen’s Run/Walk To Take Place April 19th

HKNC Helen’s Run/Walk To Take Place April 19th

On Sunday April 19th, The Helen Keller National Center for Deaf-Blind Youths & Adults in Sands Point will be hosting their annual “Helen’s Run/Walk”. The 5K/3.1 mile event, which benefits individuals who are deaf-blind, will be held...

 

Discrimination in America Needs To Be Sent Packing

Discrimination in America Needs To Be Sent Packing

  This photo, from 1948, says it best – all human beings are born free and equal. Oh, Humanity, how I grieve for thee… This week’s move by Governor Mike Pence of Indiana to sign his “Religious Freedom” state law infuriated...

 

ShopRite Wisdom

ShopRite Wisdom

This past weekend, my husband and I picked up a quick meal at Milleridge Inn’s luncheonette. It’s a quaint little place that’s wonderful for hot dogs, sandwiches, salads, and a cream of squash soup that smelled like a little piece of Heaven....

 

Some St. Patrick’s Day History

Some St. Patrick’s Day History

  Though never officially canonized, St. Patrick’s feast day of March 17th means that St. Patrick is recognized as a saint by the liturgical church. I’d like to take a moment to wish everyone a “Happy St. Patrick’s Day”, and...