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The Long Island Council on Alcoholism and Drug Dependence, Inc. (LICADD) invites you to attend its 26th Annual Angel Ball Celebrating the Stars of Recovery on Thursday, May 2nd at the Garden City Hotel. WABC-TV’s Entertainment Reporter and Movie Critic Sandy Kenyon will emcee and guests will enjoy a red carpet entrance and reception at 6:30pm, followed by dinner, dancing, and a silent auction at 7:30

on Long Island. LICADD’s programs actively seek to alleviate the heartbreaking consequences of addiction, and without the generosity of our event participants, sponsors and auction donors, these life-saving programs wouldn’t be available.” This year’s Angel Ball honors 2013 Founder’s Award Recipient Curtis Webster, CVLE, whose leadership as a board member and past board

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and Riverhead, LICADD is working aggressively to help the community overcome the challenges presented by prevailing social stigma of alcoholism and drug dependence, by providing a comprehensive array of prevention, support and recovery programs. LICADD Executive Director Dr. Jeffrey Reynolds stated, “We are excited to mark the 57year of providing lifesaving services to Long Islanders with our 26th Annual Angel Ball. It’s an excellent opportunity for our participants to realize the impact their dollars are having- its more than the interventions we provide, the referrals to treatment, the support groups- it’s about the feeling of hope that our families can experience again.” These programs are made possible by the support of business owners, treatment providers, community leaders, parents and local residents like you. To show your support for LICADD, and become part of a generous circle of Long Islanders who are committed to addressing substance abuse and addiction in our communities, please contact Rosanne Slattery at rslattery@licadd.org or call 516.747.2606. For more information on LICADD’s services and evidence-based programs, please visit www. licadd.org.

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honored as the 2013 Humanitarian Award Recipient. Mr. Moyers lives with his three children in St. Paul, MN, and leads the non-profit organization’s advocacy and policy initiatives. Mr. Moyers will also serve as the Angel Ball keynote speaker and remarked “as a native of Garden City, I am looking forward to returning to Long Island for this special evening to highlight the promise of recovery over the power of addiction.” Tickets to this premier event are $500, while event and journal sponsorship opportunities are available from $200 to $25,000. Sponsors receive outstanding, prominent recognition, including their listing on LICADD’s high-traffic website, the agency’s widely distributed promotional materials, weekly e-newsletter, media presentations at the event and souvenir journal. Sponsors of the $2,000 level and greater will receive a star on our Hope for Recovery Walk of Famean excellent opportunity to showcase a business at the event or pay tribute to a friend or loved one. Since it was founded in 1956, LICADD has built a stellar reputation as a community leader and partner to a large network of treatment providers, faithbased organizations, school districts, and government agencies. With offices in Mineola, Ronkonkoma

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The Salvation Army Nassau County Advisory Board is pleased to announce the 32nd Annual Benefit Band Concert, featuring The Salvation Army New York Staff Band and Chorus, is set for Wed., May 8, 2013 at 7:30pm at the Cathedral of the Incarnate in Garden City. Serving continuously for more than a century, the New York Staff Band (NYSB) is regarded as one of the foremost brass bands in country, possibly worldwide. The concert lasts about two hours with intermission. Proceeds from sponsorships and journal ads will be used benefit the Youth Enrichment Programs of The Salvation Army, which provides services for youths who feel the pressures of negative outside forces. Services include at-risk teen and gang intervention,

residential substance abuse treatment, homeless family shelters, and pregnant and parenting teen programs. These programs provide alternatives and hope to youths and their families to avoid social dysfunction and crime. For older youths, The Salvation Army also provides employment opportunities for low income college and high school students, vocational training, college prep, personal finance training, linguistics education and anger management. Many of the youths who take part in Salvation Army programs are atrisk and do not have access to opportunities outside their immediate environments. The Salvation Army gives all youth a chance to experience educational enrichment, life skills development,

and spiritual and physical wellness. Such experiences allow at-risk children and adolescents to envision and pursue better futures for themselves and their families. Help the Salvation Army help these children and their families, all while enjoying the beautiful music of the New York Staff Band at the Catherdal of the Incarnate in Garden City. Contact Sidney Glee at 516.485.4900, extension 13; cell: 347.675.4917; Fax: 516.292.8712; E-mail Sidney.Glee@use. salvationarmy.org. Call/ e-mail PR contact Bill Moseley at 516.967.8367; banohoy@msn.com for a journal ad form. Please join us to make a difference. With your help, The Salvation Army will continue assisting those who are homeless, abused or disadvantaged by Doing the Most Good!

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The Complaint Dept. By: Jamie Lynn Ryan They say the customer is always right, and yet… I recently had the pleasure of contacting the DMV regarding an error in the address printed on my registration. Silly me, I had sent the renewal in by snail mail rather than utilize their online services for this one thing, and then had proceeded to wait approximately three weeks for my new registration sticker to arrive. Relieved as I was to eventually receive it in time, something made me examine the information extra closely – and there it was, the typo. As per the instructions on the form, I immediately contacted my local DMV call center to report the mistake, figuring a new one would need to be issued. After waiting on hold for, oh,

about 20 minutes or so, I was finally transferred to a human – who promptly transferred me to yet another “department” (the complaint department?) for further assistance. More hold music. At least another 15 minutes spent waiting. And waiting... And then, finally, a voice came on the line. I explained the issue. Silence. “Hello?” I said, thinking perhaps the line had gone dead. “Yeah. So what’s the problem? You got it, didn’t you?” was the reply I was met with. “Um, yes, I received it, but the address is incorrect… and it says to contact you to correct it…?” I was beyond perplexed at having to explain any further at this point. “Yeah well, it’s correct on your license, and all they really pay attention to is your name and street number – the town doesn’t matter.” Okay then. “Ok,” I said, “Well then I guess

can you at least change it internally in your system, just so it’s correct for the future?” A giant sigh of exasperation came through the receiver. “Yeah. I guess so. You want the typo fixed?” (Wasn’t that what I just said?) “Um, yes, if it’s not too much trouble.” (Which, apparently, it was.) I then heard the pounding of fingers on the keyboard. I don’t think it would have been possible for this woman to make more noise typing three letters if she tried. “Is that all?” Oh yes, that was all. Why would I ever choose to prolong this conversation for even another second? Honestly, if the hold time wasn’t so extensive, I would have hung up and called back just to reach a different customer service rep. But, with my luck, this woman was probably the only one on duty that day.

Autism is a debilitating mental disorder that will affect 1 in every 88 children born this year. That means in 2013, in New York State alone, nearly 3,000 children will be diagnosed with Autism. For high school students like myself, this really hits close to home. For the second consecutive year, Friends of Port Rowing held the annual Row for Autism. Waking up at 4 am., hundreds of students, parents and coaches flocked to Port Washington to take part in one of the most unique fundraisers ever to hit Long Island. Approximately one

dozen of Long Island’s finest rowing teams fundraised and competed on April 13th in an effort to raise awareness and help find a cure for this lifelong ailment. Each Rowing Team fundraised hundreds of dollars for the cause by selling items that were created to spread knowledge about the effects and treatment of Autistic children. When the donations had concluded, the teams raced. This 1750 meter course was designed to test both our minds and our endurance. As a whole we were united, but secretly everyone wanted to bring home a gold medal. Unfortunately, my team,

St. John the Baptist DHS, didn’t bring home a medal, but we still fared well. My boat, the Varsity 8-man placed 4th, competitively. Many of our other boats also did well. For the second year in a row, a group of high school kids merged against a disorder that will hopefully not be an issue in the future. Being of able minds and bodies, we did what we knew best and helped to promote knowledge and resolution to an issue that affects everyone. With any luck, our work, perseverance and donations will help to bring an end to a cause that influences so many.

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More than 15,000 women in our community this year will receive care at the Fortunato Breast Health Center at John T. Mather Memorial Hospital. On Saturday, May 4th, at 9 a.m., area residents can show their support for these women and the Center by taking part in the 19th Annual Families Walk for Hope. Hundreds of people take part each year in the five-

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Remembering The Holocaust

On the eve of Wednesday, April 10th, the Hebrew Academy of Nassau County (HANC) hosted a unique Yom HaShoah V’HaGevurah Program. Architect Stephen Schwartz of Building Blocks Workshops came to build the Warsaw Ghetto out of lego with our students, their parents and

grandparents. The building of the Ghetto was followed by an informative walk through the model. The beautiful sight of families working together to recreate the ghetto is the ultimate revival for the Jewish people in the wake of the Holocaust. In classic HANC style

the program blended Jewish history with lessons from our past while strengthening intra and inter family bonds. This hands-on, meaningful program is surely a memory the children will carry with them for the rest of their lives.

Walk/Run for Friends of Karen The Walk/Run For Friends of Karen at The Long Island Marathon, is an opportunity to help children diagnosed with cancer and other lifethreatening illnesses. The 5K Walk/Run on will be held on Saturday, May 4th, and the 10K, Half & Full Marathon will take place on Sunday, May 5th, at Eisenhower Park in East Meadow. Friends of Karen provides emotional, financial and advocacy support for children with life threatening illnesses and their families in order to keep them stable, functioning and able to cope. The organization has helped more than 12,400 children in the New York tri-state region. The Walk/Run for Friends of Karen was started in 2007 with 25 participants and spearheaded by Evelyn Anderson, a Friends of

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Registration for the Town of Oyster Bay Summer Recreation Program is currently underway by mail, according to Town Councilman Joe Pinto. “Now entering its 48th year, the Town of Oyster Bay Summer Recreation Program offers an exciting and affordable summer option,” Councilman Pinto stated. “Children between the ages of four and 12 are eligible to join this age-grouped program, which provides a safe, clean and stimulating atmosphere where they can enjoy themselves. Children are grouped into Early Childhood, 4-6; Juniors, 7-8; and Intermediates, 9-10 and Seniors, 11-12. Depending upon the children’s ages, the program offers trips, tournaments, shows and athletic events, including the 35th Annual Tobay Games.” “Families with children OCCUPATIONAL THERAPY MONTH - Nassau University Medical Center occupational therapists celebrate Occupational Therapy Month through a display in who participated in last the main lobby promoting the many ways occupational therapists promote health and year’s Summer Recreation Program will receive a improve function for their patients.

registration packet for this year’s program,” Councilman Pinto continued. “For all others, just call the Recreation Division of the Town’s Department of Parks at 516.797.4125 and you will be sent a registration packet.” Councilman Pinto noted that the fee for the Summer Recreation Program is $200 for one child, $275 for two children, and $75 for each additional child within a family of more than two. The registration deadline is June 14th. The Summer Recreation Program will be held at Marjorie R. Post (Massapequa), PlainviewOld Bethpage and SyossetWoodbury Community Parks, Ellsworth W. Allen Town Park in Farmingdale, Theodore Roosevelt Memorial Park and Beach in Oyster Bay, and Tappen Beach in Glenwood Landing. The program begins Monday, July 1st, and runs through Friday, August 9th, with

no program on July 4th. There are both morning and afternoon sessions each day and children may attend both. However, no supervision is provided between 11:45 a.m. and 12:45 p.m. Parents must make arrangements for their children during this time. “The Town’s Summer Recreation Program is an excellent opportunity for children to participate in wholesome activities right in their own communities,” Councilman Pinto commented. “Both parents and kids love the program. We’ve watched many kids begin as participants in Summer Recreation and return later to spend summers working as counselors in the same program.” For more information about the Town of Oyster Bay Summer Recreation Program, contact the Town Parks Department Summer Recreation Office at 516.797.4125.


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Town of Oyster Bay seniors are invited to take part in computer classes to be held at the William P. Bennett Hicksville Community Center, located at 28 West Carl Street in Hicksville, announced Town Councilwoman Rebecca M. Alesia. The classes are held by the Education and Assistance Corp (EAC) Inc. for seniors 60 years of age and older through its SeniorNet program. Classes will begin on Tuesday, May 7th. “The Town is pleased to extend our partnership with EAC to offer both of these classes to seniors, in an effort to better provide

computer education to our older residents,” Councilwoman Alesia said. “The classes are wide ranging, and no prior experience with computers is necessary. Since these classes are no more than 10 people at a time, the most alluring part of these classes is the personal and attentive interactions each senior receives from qualified volunteer instructors.” Councilwoman Alesia noted that the two classes being offered, Introduction to Computers and What’s New on the Internet, will be taught by volunteer instructors and coaches,

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FREE Seminar on Speech Modalities Wednesday, May 1, at 6:30 pm Presented by Clinical Director Donna Matusiak, MA, CCC/SLP and Melissa Marcolini, MA, CCC/SLP Location: St. Joseph Hospital, 4295 Hempstead Turnpike, Bethpage Refreshments will be served.

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judges. Of the teams that competed in the regional competition, 15 of them took first place and moved on to the state tournament in Binghamton, held on March 23rd. At the state level, Our Lady of Wisdom Regional School from Port Jefferson took first place in the Division II “Tumblewood” competition and P.S. 203Q from Oakland Gardens took first place in the Division I “It’s How You Look at It” competition. They will move on to the World Finals at Michigan State University, to be held May 22nd-25th. The intellectual

competition empowers students to work collaboratively to solve cross-curricular problems incorporating everything from art and dance, to English language arts and the STEM disciplines (science, technology, engineering and math). Teams are organized into three divisions: Division I (grades 3-5), Division II (grades 6-8) and Division III (grades 9-12). Each team is judged on effectiveness, style and overall effort, as well as on creativity in response to an “on-the-spot” brainteaser. This year’s selection of problems included: · Pet Project — Design, build, and run three vehicles that will deliver parts to be assembled into a pet animal. Once assembled, the animal must perform a trick. · The Email Must Go Through — Perform an original, technical representation of messages being sent by email including return receipt, spam filter and server. · ARTchitecture: The Musical — Present an original performance about a quest, incorporating ancient architecture, classic art, two musical numbers and choreography. · Tumble-wood — Design and build a balsawood structure that can effectively roll down a ramp, then balance and support as much weight as possible. · It’s How You Look at It — Present an original, humorous performance that contrasts “normal” behavior and “odd” behavior, and people’s reactions to the two. “Allowing students this kind of creative outlet is extremely important,” says Nassau BOCES Program Coordinator Carolann James. “It gives them the opportunity to excel beyond the curriculum, and to work collaboratively and independently.”

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We’re all hanging by a thread but still we weave our lives together Though some day we will be dead - some believe there’s something better So we go on and play our games Fill the closet with campaigns of pointless dogma and refrains that laugh at us each time the closet opens But we can take a pill for that

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We’re all hanging by a thread but still we weave our lives together Though some day we will be dead, some believe there’s something better So we go on and make our plans in the scheme of things and then we tend to worry about the future till it’s over And all that wasted time was spent for something we could not prevent But pretty soon they will invent a pill for that Doesn’t really matter when you take a vow to live your life and see it through The nature of the universe is moving onward within and without you This I’m told is truth We’re all hanging by a thread but still we weave our lives together Though some day we will be dead some believe there’s something better So we go on and entertain Paint the closet – hide the stain Just ignore the endless pain - keep the closet bolted We’ve got plenty more pills for that

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“Collection Of Beauty” Photo by: Kayla Geyer, Lindenhurst

My Little Darling By: Karen Ranieri, North Massapequa My little darling No one has ever loved me So innocently So purely Your words have a way To make me feel complete and at peace You have my heart for all eternity When you wrap your arms around my soul I feel your love like none I’ve known It helps me to not fear growing old I just want to be with you As we explore life You are my love You are my life

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fold, staple or otherwise deface the tax stub as it can cause the computer system to reject payment. Residents now have access to tax bills online with the ability to pay taxes through ACH check payment or credit card. These services are available through a link on our Town website, w w w. o y s t e r b a y t o w n . com. Residents should be aware there is a service fee if they chose to pay taxes online (Town of Oyster Bay receives no portion of fee). “When calling the Tax Office for information on property taxes, residents are requested to have the school district, section, block and lot numbers of the property in question available. This information is listed on the tax bill and on the property deed.”

StoryCorps backgrounds and beliefs with the opportunity to record, share, and preserve the stories of our lives. Since 2003, StoryCorps has collected and archived more than 45,000 interviews with nearly 90,000 participants. As part of the “StoryCorps @ your library” project, the Bellmore Memorial Library will receive: A $2,500 stipend for project-related expenses. A StoryKit (a customized set of professional recording equipment) for recording on-site interviews during the grant period and retain for future use after the close of the pilot project. Bellmore Memorial will retain copies of all interviews and preservation copies, and with participant permission, will also be archived at the Library of Congress. From now through June 2014, the library will be recruiting volunteers to

be trained as interviewers and facilitators as well as share their stories with us. Receiving this grant offers Bellmore Memorial a unique opportunity to further strengthen our ties with members of the community. This venture will also broaden the role played by the library in the lives of local residents. Please look for updates on our web page (www. b e l l m o r e l i b r a r y. o r g ) as this exciting project unfolds! For information about StoryCorps @ Your Library and how to get involved, please contact Martha DiVittorio at 516.785.2990 and/or mdivittorio@ bellmorelibrary.org. “StoryCorps @ your library” is a two year program created by the ALA Public Programs Office in partnership with StoryCorps, and is funded by a grant from the Institute of Museum and Library Services (IMLS).

Councilman Pinto said. “They know how to bring out the potential in every young player.” The program, which is slated to begin June 24th and run through August 16th, will include a full day of on ice and off-ice training run by trained hockey professionals. Throughout the week, participants will receive the benefit of 15 to 20 hours of on-ice training and 6 to 8 hours of off-ice training. The program will be broken down into two levels, intermediate and advanced. The intermediate skills program is for ages 5 through 12 and will include 15 hours of on ice training per week and over 8 hours of training per week off the rink. The advanced session is geared for travel players ages 6 through 14 and includes 20 hours of on ice training and 6 hours of training per week

off the ice. Both sessions emphasize shooting, passing, agility drills and field sports. Lunch every day is included. “These training sessions will be challenging and rewarding,” Councilman Pinto said. “They will also be packed with tips and insight to help players develop the fullest.” “What a great way to spend the summer having fun while concentrating on overall skill development,” Councilman Pinto said. “Town of Oyster Bay residents receive a 10% discount on any of the training weeks.” Early arrival and late pick up will also be available. Anyone interested in signing up for the program can find out more details by calling the RINX Hockey School at the Town of Oyster Bay Ice Skating Center at 516.797.4126.

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The Bellmore Memorial Library (BML) was selected by the American Library Association (ALA) and StoryCorps to participate in a national pilot program called StoryCorps @ Your Library. Bellmore Memorial is one of only 10 pilot site libraries in the country chosen to collect interviews throughout the community and host related programs for public audiences. The particular focus of BML’s program will be twofold; long term residents will be asked to share their recollections of historic Bellmore, and those affected by Hurricane Sandy will be recounting their experiences throughout this recent extreme weather event. “StoryCorps @ your library” will bring StoryCorps popular interview methods to Bellmore. StoryCorps is an independent nonprofit whose mission is to provide people of all

The Town of Oyster Bay Ice Skating Center will be operating a new summer hockey school program developed and run by The Rinx Hockey School at the Town’s state-of-the art Ice Skating Center, located at 1001 Stewart Avenue in Bethpage, according to Town Councilman Joseph G. Pinto. “Hockey players in the Town of Oyster Bay will be afforded a unique opportunity to develop and learn in week long sessions geared specifically for their talent level,” Councilman Pinto said. “Best of all, they will experience all of the fun that comes from excelling at this great sport!” Councilman Pinto said the Town is fortunate to have The Rinx overseeing this special program. “For 20 years, they have provided quality hockey camps and clinics,”

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Oyster Bay Town residents are reminded that the Second Half of the 2012-2013 School Tax Levy is due on April 1st, but can be paid without penalty through May 10th. Please be certain to sign your check, payable to James J. Stefanich, Receiver of Taxes. Indicate your property’s S.D. Code, Section, Block, Lot and Phone number on the check. “By law, a taxpayer has a 40-day penalty free period from the date the tax is due during which payment may be made without penalty,” Mr. Stefanich explained. “After the 40 days, a one percent penalty is added for each month the tax remains unpaid, retroactive to April 1st.” Residents can pay in person, by either cash or check, at the Tax Office, Oyster Bay Town Hall

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The Salvation Army Nassau County Advisory Board is pleased to announce the 32nd Annual Benefit Band Concert, featuring The Salvation Army New York Staff Band and Chorus, is set for Wed., May 8, 2013 at 7:30pm at the Cathedral of the Incarnate in Garden City. Serving continuously for more than a century, the New York Staff Band (NYSB) is regarded as one of the foremost brass bands in country, possibly worldwide. The concert lasts about two hours with intermission. Proceeds from sponsorships and journal ads will be used benefit the Youth Enrichment Programs of The Salvation Army, which provides services for youths who feel the pressures of negative outside forces. Services include at-risk teen and gang intervention,

residential substance abuse treatment, homeless family shelters, and pregnant and parenting teen programs. These programs provide alternatives and hope to youths and their families to avoid social dysfunction and crime. For older youths, The Salvation Army also provides employment opportunities for low income college and high school students, vocational training, college prep, personal finance training, linguistics education and anger management. Many of the youths who take part in Salvation Army programs are at-risk and do not have access to opportunities outside their immediate environments. The Salvation Army gives all youth a chance to experience educational enrichment, life skills development, and spiritual and physical wellness. Such

experiences allow at-risk children and adolescents to envision and pursue better futures for themselves and their families. Help the Salvation Army help these children and their families, all while enjoying the beautiful music of the New York Staff Band at the Catherdal of the Incarnate in Garden City. Contact Sidney Glee at 516.485.4900, extension 13; cell: 347.675.4917; Fax: 516.292.8712; E-mail Sidney.Glee@use. salvationarmy.org. Call/ e-mail PR contact Bill Moseley at 516.967.8367; banohoy@msn.com for a journal ad form. Please join us to make a difference. With your help, The Salvation Army will continue assisting those who are homeless, abused or disadvantaged by Doing the Most Good!

LEAN TEAM - Congratulations to our first LEAN Rapid Improvement Event team! The team collaborated with the staff and providers in the pediatrics ambulatory practice in order to reduce wait times for patients and to improve the process of care for both patients and staff. Pictured: Mr. Art Gianelli-CEO, Dr. Laurie Ward, Maria Felder, Cora Moore, Audrey Hallman, Gureline Markowitz, Elizabeth Samuels, Dr. Mahmuda Ahmed and Marilyn Jollon.

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Personals HEAVEN OR HELL ARE JUST A HEARTBEAT AWAY. Repent and have faith in Jesus today. Wayne 1-607-793-0760

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Landlords-Do You Have Any Tenant Issues? Eviction Services Available. Harassed By A Town, Village or Environmental Administrative Agency? Are Your Taxes Too High? Have You Been Issued Summonses And/Or Violations? Unjustly Fined? Property Trespassed On? Have Your Rights Been Violated? Rental Permit Laws Legal Or Unconstitutional? Landlord tenant issues? Silence Is Acceptance. Knowledge Is Power. Call The Coalition Of Landlords, Homeowners and Merchants, Inc. 631-376-2110 or email Us At: info@CLHM.org.

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Crisis Center Alert

According to a recent study issued by the Annenberg Public Policy Center, widely-held views that there is a suicide spike during the winter holidays is untrue. Instead, suicide and suicide attempts actually spike during the spring/summer months. “We know that this finding is counter-intuitive to commonly-held beliefs,” states Theresa Buhse, Associate Executive Director, Long Island Crisis Center. “However, by correcting this myth, we can be more pro-active in being suicide aware and preventive if we know the reality.” The Crisis Center urges everyone to be aware of the possible “signs of suicide:” · Sadness and crying · Increase or decrease in sleeping patterns · Boredom and listlessness

· Angry shifting to silent withdrawal · Withdrawal from usual social activities, loneliness · Loss of interest in hobbies, sports, job or school · Drop in grades, inability to complete assignments or pay attention in class · Increased risk-taking · Sense of worthlessness and low self-esteem · Increased use of drugs and alcohol · Neglecting personal hygiene and appearance · Re-occurring themes of death and self-destruction in poetry, writing, artwork · Lack of plans for the future · Statements like “I want to die,” “I don’t want to live anymore,” I want to go to sleep and never wake up,” “Soon this pain will be over,” “I don’t want to be here anymore.” “While this seasonal

enigma has not yet been completely explained, it is believed that during the winter, people with depression are often surrounded by persons who are feeling downhearted, too, because of the weather,” continues Ms. Buhse. “However, with the arrival of Spring, people who were feeling down because of the weather start to feel better; and people who are depressed for other reasons remain depressed. They start to question whether they will ever be happy.” The Crisis Center provides suicide prevention and crisis intervention through its 24/7 hotlines at 516.679.1111; or its online and live chat at www. licconline.org; or walk-in counseling at 2740 Martin Avenue, Bellmore.

House share available on the water. Boat slip optional. Responsible individual with references. No pets, non-smoker. Fully furnished. Long or short term. Ideal for divorced person, out of town business person, in-between home purchasing or during home construction, or temporarily in transition due to Hurricane Sandy. $975 per month. (516) 867-5851 Ask for Hale

House / Apt. Wanted THINKING OF SELLING YOUR HOME? Call today for a “Free” Market Analysis from Century 21 Parisi Realty. Ask for Rich Parisi... serving your community for over 25 years. Call 631-655-9430 No obligation, of course! BUYING? SELLING? RENTING?

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Stores For Rent / Sale ATTENTION LANDLORDS! Do you have a “FOR RENT” sign in your window? Call our professional sales staff today to help you place your ad. (631) 226-2636, Press 2 (631) 226-2646, ext. 224 ATTENTION LANDLORDS! Do you have a “FOR RENT” sign in your window? Call our professional sales staff today to help you place your ad. (631) 226-2636, Press 2 (631) 226-2646, ext. 224

Office Space FARMINGDALE: 1100 Sq. Ft. office space, Divisible to 500 sq ft. built to suit, Route 110 frontage. Bus Stop in front of building (connects to LIRR) Good Parking, Near Many Restaurants. Chris (631) 777-7480 ext. 410 GET YOUR AD NOTICED! Call Our Classified Dept. 631-226-2636 press “2”

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Entrepreneurial Challenge Nassau County Comptroller George Maragos hosted the first-ever Comptroller’s Entrepreneurial High School Challenge. Forty teams of 200 business students from high schools across the County presented their business plans to launch a new product or service. Each team had 10 minutes to convince a panel of expert judges that their business plan is commercially successful in Nassau County. Roslyn High School showcased an alternative biofuel that can power vehicles with “Grassoline” (grass) and won $1,500 scholarships per student to Hofstra University. Second place was won by New Hyde Park Memorial High School

who proposed a business plan for an indoor sports complex. The second place team split $4,000 from Healthplex, a dental insurance provider. “Today we saw some of the brightest young minds of Nassau County competing to create innovative businesses that can thrive in today’s global economy,” Comptroller Maragos said. “The business ideas presented were stunning and could only have been conceived by fresh young minds who view the world through different lenses. Congratulations to all our high school students who participated. I hope their experience today will be memorable and the beginning to great business careers.” The Entrepreneurial

High School Challenge event was held at the Theodore Roosevelt Executive and Legislative Building in Mineola. All the teams had innovative, exciting and creative plans that were well researched and professionally prepared. They all deserve honorable mention. Division Ave High School (Levittown) MacArthur High School (Levittown) Oyster Bay High School Long Island Lutheran High School (Brookville) Roslyn High School New Hyde Park Memorial High School Hicksville High School Massapequa High School Elmont High School Roosevelt High School


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