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Long Island businesses and individuals donated 1,400 turkeys and more than 12,000 pounds of food at a recent food drive hosted by Bethpage Federal Credit Union. Credit: Courtesy Photo
Kato November 20, 2013 at 07:08 pm
The Island Harvest site does not give other locations. The only drop off spots seem to be on mid toRead More north shore. Huh?
Long Beach Reach in Long Beach. (Credit: Joe Kellard)
Eddie November 16, 2013 at 09:35 am
Another horrible blight on Long Beach. A feed trough for local politicians and a great harm to LongRead More Beach's youth. From my experiences with this place and with the families it has served, the people here have done far more harm than good, all at the expense of Long Beach kids, while lining their pockets to the tune of millions in tax dollars. The sooner this band of vipers is out of here, the better for Long Beach.
jv November 16, 2013 at 10:54 am
Long Beach is one of the few places where the scum is so rotten that it sells out the community'sRead More young. REACH is one step above the west end bar owners who serve up cocaine to 17-year-olds. This place pushes drugs on them. All for a buck. If there were real men and real women in this town, their $350,000-year scumbag director would have been lynched a long time ago.
jv November 16, 2013 at 11:00 am
Long Beach is the only community that sells its kids for a buck. REACH is one step below the westRead More end bar owners who sell cocaine to 17-year-olds. Instead, REACH pushes drugs and tells the teens not to tell their parents. All for a buck. If the parents find out and object, standing in the way of their money, they send the cops to their house. If Long Beach had any real men or women left it in, the $350,000 per year scumbag director of this self-serving "charity" would have been run out of town years ago. One attempt by its privileged leaders to push Long Beach back into the 1970's. Sorry if they had to hook your kids on drugs. Had to be done.
Boy Scouts. File Photo.
Jo-Anne May 25, 2013 at 09:11 am
as a retired teacher, it warms my heart to know that perhaps, a few less children will commitRead More suicide because they are different and are shunned by others. those who have no feelings for these kids never witnessed what other kids (straight kids, i might add), did to them with lots of impunity. thank you b.s.a. now, keep going and finish the job.
Salvatore Rosselli May 25, 2013 at 10:52 am
Gosh WJones...did you receive your merit badge for coitus? Bravo!
Trying to Make Sense May 25, 2013 at 11:35 am
My guess is that the reason this is such a devisive issue for the BSA has to do with the usual redRead More state/ blue state divide on social issues and the extent to which modern thinking upsets religious conservatives. The BSA demographics likely give significant influence to the Midwest and South where the BSA is more popular. Imagine, the compromise is to allow gay scouts, but then tell them they are unworthy to be scout members or leaders when they turn 18. Were I gay, I'd want nothing to do with the BSA. And as a retired teacher, I can validate the statement by Jo-Anne regarding the tortures some gay students have had to endure, though, with credit given to today's enlightened youth, this treatment seems to be less common.
Trying to Make Sense May 19, 2013 at 12:07 pm
A good deed is a good deed, comments above notwithstanding. Money saved by a cash strapped city dueRead More to volunteer efforts is a good thing, no? I can understand why some would not join or support this organization, but the work done by these volunteers is valuable and deeply appreciated by this resident. The people who planted the flowers some weeks ago, the clean up of the canals that Surfrider people did, this, all great stuff. Thank you
Gus Kasakas May 19, 2013 at 02:08 pm
REPEAL BIGGERT-WATERS BILL EFFORT GROWING: Get involved. The patch should be all over this.Read More http://www.heraldguide.com/details.php?id=12562
Trying to Make Sense May 20, 2013 at 08:59 am
While I understand that some people may be put off by Sustainable's agenda, a good deed is a goodRead More deed. And volunteers doing important work to help a cash strapped City, also good, no? This resident is thankful to all those volunteers who did the plantings a couple of weeks ago, the Surfrider guys who cleaned the canals, and yesterday's crew for the good deeds they have done. THANK YOU!
Tonto Hertzberg January 25, 2013 at 03:18 pm
Whats wrong with helping Dr. Stanger? he has done a lot for folks in the West End and is deservingRead More as anyone else. Ill be there with my 40 bucks and make sure i drink 100 bucks worth of booze!
jetsboog January 25, 2013 at 03:27 pm
agree boozehound joe dr stanger is a good man
jetsboog January 26, 2013 at 10:59 am
Paul I am going tonight and am donating an additional 40 bucks in ur name. Remember the day ofRead More storm some nice person stole all of dr stangers sandbags not that they would ve done much good and he gave free adjustments etc after storm local guy good guy glad to help
Bottled water and cleaning supplies are displayed on a table outside the lodge on West Beech Street.
goatcheesepleez November 17, 2012 at 05:23 pm
The Knights of Columbus Hall Rocks!! A shout out to my new friends: Bill, Peggy, Ronnie, Lisa,Read More Loretta, John (I think he is a friend of the Knights) & Steve who owes me a slice of pizza! I have never felt so proud to live in the West End. This is what community is all about!! Many thanks :)
Eddie November 17, 2012 at 10:45 pm
Nice group of people.
Cecelia Doule November 19, 2012 at 11:44 am
Words cannot express the great work done by the Knights of Columbus. Working in a dark, cold, wet,Read More sad house, it was great to be able to walk down the block for coffee, a sandwich, dinnner if you would like. I will always remember them even when the sun comes out again - and it will. Thank you.
Jo Donaldson November 21, 2012 at 12:43 pm
Hey neighbors. I have (10) frozen young turkeys donated by St Regis hotel staff. If you need/wantRead More I will deliver to you. Time of essence since they need to be defrosted. I'm on Virginia ave.
Jo Donaldson November 21, 2012 at 12:43 pm
Hey neighbors. I have (10) frozen young turkeys donated by St Regis hotel staff. If you need/wantRead More I will deliver to you. Time of essence since they need to be defrosted. I'm on Virginia ave.
Bottled water and cleaning supplies are displayed on a table outside the lodge on West Beech Street.
IRISH 4 November 16, 2012 at 12:59 pm
They have beyond the beyond . I went in and got some clothing and things and took to neighbors withRead More a new baby and 3 children .picked up food for people unable to get there George and the othe knights are up front and giving peace and hope to their neighbors in long beach . I cant say enough about them Even had .Bacon and Eggs on the weekend. Thanks to all of you Kay
IRISH 4 November 16, 2012 at 01:01 pm
George and all the Knights have been there for eveyone . they are giving people hope and some peaceRead More in their lives at this trying time . Thanks to you all ....Kay
Dee November 18, 2012 at 01:00 pm
George Gentilesco & the other volunteers are doing a great job, thank you for all of your hardRead More work in helping your community!
Fr. Brian Farr, left, gives a Mass in the Parish Hall at St. Mary of the Isle Church in Long Beach on Thursday.
emd563 November 17, 2012 at 10:52 pm
There HAVE been so many wonderful people who have helped our city and who have helped me personallyRead More in these post-Sandy days. I have wonderful friend who calls them "angels on the ground." She's absolutely right.
The real bear November 9, 2012 at 09:17 am
Where is the round the clock trash pickup? Not from what I have seen
wikyjalo November 9, 2012 at 07:09 pm
As someone who has benefited from contacting Murphy and having volunteers help, we will soon beRead More ready to "pay it forward" and help others. Thanks, Brian, for thinking and implementing this great page and thanks to the volunteers who are helping!
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