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TABLE OF CONTENTS

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Publishers' Message .........................................................................6 Village of Rockville Centre ..............................................................10 Mayor's Message .............................................................................12 History of Rockville Centre.............................................................12 Emergency ........................................................................................14 Post Offices.......................................................................................18 Transportation..................................................................................18 Mercy Medical Center.....................................................................20 Health Services .................................................................................24 Police Department............................................................................26 Fire Department ...............................................................................26 Rockville Centre Parking Map........................................................28 Schools ..............................................................................................30 Libraries ............................................................................................31 Molloy College.................................................................................34 Parks and Recreation .......................................................................36 Clubs and Organizations .................................................................38 Places of Worship ............................................................................40 Senior Citizens Services ....................................................................42 State and Federal Officials ...............................................................44 Nassau County.................................................................................46 Town of Hempstead ........................................................................46 How to Reach the Herald ...............................................................47 Chamber of Commerce ...................................................................48

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VILLAGE OF ROCKVILLE CENTRE As an incorporated village, the government of Rockville Centre handles many of the responsibilities usually left to the county and state in other municipalities. The village, which employs about 215 people, operates a police department and a court system, maintains its own electric, water, public works, sanitation, building and parks and recreation departments and has community development and senior services agencies. It contracts with a volunteer department for fire protection. The mayor of Rockville Centre is Francis X. Murray, who was elected in 2011 to a four-year term. Deputy Mayor Nancy Howard was also elected to a four-year trustee term in 2011. Trustee Michael Sepe was elected in June of 2011 to also serve a four-year term. Ed Oppenheimer and Kevin Glynn were elected to their four-year terms in June 2009. The Board of Trustees usually meets in Village Hall on the first and third Mondays of the month except in August. Public briefing sessions are held either the Thursday before or an hour before the regular meeting. The court system is overseen by two elected justices. Justice William Croutier was elected in 2007 and Justice Kevin McDonough was elected in June 2009. The court meets on the second and fourth Tuesdays of the month at 6 p.m. for arraignments, and every Thursday for conferences and trials. This schedule is subject to change.

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IMPORTANT NUMBERS Eugene J. Murray Village Hall 678-9300 One College Place (crosses with Clinton Avenue) Rockville Centre, NY 11571 www.rvcny.us Normal business hours: 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. Mayor: Francis X. Murray 678-9260 Deputy Mayor: Nancy Howard 678-9246 Trustees: Kevin Glynn, Edward Oppenheimer and Michael Sepe Village Administrator: Keith Spadaro

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Deputy Administrator/Comptroller Michael Schussheim 678-9226 Deputy Comptroller: Dorothy Hansman 678-9222

111 North Oceanside Road Superintendent: Anthony T. Brunetta Police Department 766-1500 34 Maple Ave. Commissioner: Charles Gennario 678-9387 Deputy Commissioner: Insp. Glenn Quinn Auxiliary Police: Gerald Chafetz 678-9333 Public Works and Sanitation 10 Sunrise Hwy. Superintendent: Harry Weed Purchasing Agent: Anne Sheppard

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HISTORY THE FIRST SETTLERS It wasn’t until December 1643 that the English came into contact with the Native Americans of today’s Town of Hempstead. The followers of Rev. Richard Denton had come over from England in 1630 on one of the boats that followed the Mayflower. A restless man, Reverend Denton took his flock from Watertown, near Boston, into the wilds of Connecticut before purchasing the land that today comprises most of southern Nassau County.

THE REVOLUTIONARY WAR Shortly after the Battles of Lexington and Concord, fighting broke out on a deeply divided Long Island. The rebelsympathizing North Shore separated from the Tory backers in the Town of Hempstead on the South Shore, the basis for today’s political division of North Hempstead from Hempstead. In June 1776, nine Tories were reported hiding in two boats in a swamp and when a band of rebels went in search of them, gunfire was exchanged. The location of the skirmish was at De Mott’s Mill near where Maine Avenue crosses Peninsula Boulevard in Rockville Centre today.

YEARS OF DEVELOPMENT Through the end of the 18th and the first half of the 19th centuries, Rockville Centre remained a small community of farmers and millers. In 1848, Robert Petitt came to the area convinced that it could become a prosperous business district and opened Rockville Centre’s first general store at the present day intersection of Merrick Road and Lincoln Avenue. Petitt figured that a good way to make his store the center of town would be to open a post office so residents would not have to travel to Hempstead. Selecting a name for the station turned out to be much more difficult than it seemed. Petitt wanted to honor Mordecai Rock Smith, the leading resident of the town, but the names of Smithville, Smithburg, Smithfield and Smithtown were already in use. Rock-

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ville was also rejected before Petitt finally added “Centre” to the name. In 1893 the newly incorporated Village of Rockville Centre had five volunteer fire companies but no major source of water, and an expanding business district, but no street lighting. The village built its first power plant in 1898 on the same plot as the original water department building that had been established in 1895.

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The museum serves as a place to preserve the history of Rockville Centre. Local groups and school classes visit the museum during the year. It hosts special events and receptions and provides guided tours of its exhibits. Throughout the year, the personal collections of local residents are on display. This summer it has a beautiful collection of handpainted French Limoge Boxes. The museum has been fortunate over the years and has acquired various historical items that have been added to its permanent collection. Visitors gain a sense of their heritage and the history of Rockville Centre. An Honor Roll of the museum’s generous supporters is currently being designed and will be displayed in a prominent location in the museum. For further information on becoming a supporter, contact President Frank Seipp at (516) 7647459. There is no charge for admission to the museum. It depends solely on the generosity of visitors. The museum is open to visitors during the year on Saturdays and Sundays from 1 p.m. to 4 p.m. Its summer hours are Sunday only from 1 p.m. to 4 p.m. Special tours can also be arranged by appointment.


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Winthrop University Hospital 259 First St., Mineola 11501 663-0333 Drugs, Alcohol Dependencies Alcoholics Anonymous 292-3040 www.nassauny-aa.org Al-Anon and Alateen (For families and friends of alcoholics) 433-8003 Cocaine Anonymous (212) 262-2463 Confide, Inc. 30 Hempstead Ave., Suite H9 Rockville Centre 11570 764-5522 Family Anonymous 1-800-736-9805 Gam-Anon Hotline Gamblers Anonymous (877) 442-4248 LINK Center for Drug Info Inc. 185 Merrick Road, Suite 2D Lynbrook 11563 887-4848 L.I. Council on Alcoholism and Drug Dependence 114 Old Country Road, Suite 114 Mineola 11501 747-2606 Mineola Community Treatment Center 366 Jericho Turnpike Mineola 11501 742-4015 Narcotics Anonymous Helpline 827-9500 Nassau County Department of Drug and Alcohol Addiction Hotline: 481-4000 Admin: 227-7007 Project Outreach 600 Hempstead Turnpike, Suite 250, West Hempstead 11552 481-2890 For the Disabled ANCHOR (Answering the Needs of Citizens withHandicaps through Organized Recreation) 431-6946 Helen Keller Services for the Blind 485-1234

NYS Commission for the Blind and Visually Handicapped 50 Clinton St., Suite 208 Hempstead 11550 564-4311 www.ocfs.state.ny.us/main/ cbvh

South Shore Child Guidance Center 91 Guy Lombardo Ave Freeport 11520 868-3030 (Outpatient services for children 18 and under)

Office for the Physically Challenged 60 Charles Lindbergh Blvd. Uniondale 11553 227-7399

Special Services AHRC Nassau 189 Wheatley Road Glen Head 11545 626-1000

United Cerebral Palsy Assoc. of Nassau County 380 Washington Ave. Roosevelt 11575 378-2000 www.ucpn.org Mental Health Family and Childrenâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Association 100 E. Old Country Road Mineola 11501 746-0350 FEGS Mental Health Facility 175 Fulton Ave., Suite 309 Hempstead 11550 485-5710 (Outpatient services) Long Island Crisis Center 750 Martin Ave. Bellmore 11710 826-0244 Hotline: 679-1111 (24-hour crisis hotline and suicide prevention services) Mental Health Association of Nassau County 16 Main St., Hempstead 11550 489-2322 Nassau County Department of Mental Health 60 Charles Lindbergh Blvd. Suite 200, Uniondale 11553 227-7057 Peninsula Counseling Center 50 W. Hawthorne Ave. Valley Stream 11580 569-6600 www.peninsulacounseling.org Rape and Sexual Assault Hotline 15 Grumman Road W. Bethpage 11714 222-2293 South Nassau Communities Hospital Mental Health Counseling Center 1 Healthy Way Oceanside 11572 377-5400

Epilepsy Foundation of L.I. 506 Stewart Ave. Garden City 11530 739-7733 www.efli.org Ezra Center for People with Disabilities (Freidberg JCC) 15 Neil Court, Oceanside 11572 766-4341

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Family Residences and Essential Enterprises, Inc. (FREE) 191 Sweet Hollow Road Old Bethpage 11804 870-1600 www.familyres.org

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Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation 532 Broadhollow Road, Suite 118, Melville 11747 (631) 414-1126 www.jdrf.org/longisland

American Diabetes Association 534 Broadhollow Road, Suite LL10 Melville 11747 (631) 348-0422 www.diabetes.org American Heart and Stroke Association 125 E. Bethpage Road, Suite 100 Plainview 11803 777-8447 American Lung Association 700 Veterans Memoria Highway Hauppauge 11788 (631) 265-3848 www.alany.org Arthritis Foundation 501 Walt Whitman Road, Suite 2 Melville 11747 (631) 427-8272 www.arthritis.org Birthright International (Anti-abortion counseling) 1859 Wantagh Ave. Wantagh 11793 785-4070 Hotline: 1-800-550-4900 Breast Cancer Hotline (800) 877-8077

Lupus Alliance of America 2255 Centre Ave., Suite 101 Bellmore 11710 783-3370 www.lupusliqueens.org Multiple Sclerosis Society 40 Marcus Drive, Suite 100 Melville 11747 (631) 864-8337 www.nmssli.org Nassau County Coalition Against Domestic Violence 542-0404 www.cadvnc.org National Cancer Institute Cancer Information Service 1114 First Ave., New York 10021 (800) 422-6237 www.cancer.gov Planned Parenthood 540 Fulton Ave. Hempstead 11550 750-2500 www.plannedparenthood.org

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POLICE AND FIRE DEPARTMENTS POLICE DEPARTMENT The Rockville Centre Police Department has authorization for 52 sworn officers and a support staff of 42 civilians, including dispatchers, neighborhood aides and crossing guards. The department is assisted by an 18-member auxiliary force that logs in more than 2,800 hours a year of voluntary service ranging from special events such as the St. Patrick’s parade to Friday and Saturday night youth patrols. Rockville Centre is one of only nine agencies in the region accredited by the New York State Division of Criminal Justice Services, maintaining full compliance with 136 training standards. The department supports a rigorous, professional training program, logging more than 800 hours in areas such as emergency vehicle operations, field sobriety testing, hazardous materials

handling, firearms, use of force, active shooter response, narcotics enforcement and gang intelligence. All members are compliant with federal standards of the National Incident Management System, which is required by the Office of Domestic Preparedness in the Department of Homeland Security. Its top four executive officers have all completed the prestigious and demanding 10-week advanced investigative and management training courses at the FBI’s National Academy at Quantico, Va. In 2011, Rockville Centre became the first village in Nassau County to start a Police Explorer program. Affiliated with the Boy Scouts of America, the program is open to 14- to 19-year-old males and females who wish to explore a possible law enforcement career. Members experi-

ence close order drill, police communications, handling a domestic incident and all around police work and have the option of competing in a nationally-sponsored annual competition. The Police Department offers programs in bus and bicycle safety for youngsters; burglary prevention, security surveys, and a Neighborhood Watch program for homeowners; as well as travel and specialized crime prevention for seniors. The department handled more than 15,000 calls for service in 2011, including 2,000 medical aided cases, more than 1,000 traffic accidents, over 1,500 criminal complaints and investigations, and more than 300 custodial arrests, making Rockville Centre the third busiest agency behind the Hempstead and Freeport police departments.

FIRE DEPARTMENT The Rockville Centre Fire Department has more than 330 members and is the largest of its kind in New York state. The members are all volunteers, local residents who join one of seven separate fire companies located in the department’s five firehouses. The department is led by Chief John H. Busching, First Assistant Chief John S. Thorp III, and Second Assistant Chief Robert J. Seaman. In 2011, the department answered more than 2,621 alarms, including 1,820 calls for emergency medical services; 801 other alarms that would include automobile accidents with personal injury, reports of structure fires and “still alarms” (carbon monoxide alarms, vehicle fires, brush fires, and others); and over 20 requests for mutual aid assistance from neighboring fire departments. The efforts of the Bureau of Fire Prevention, together with the residents and business owners, resulted in only three working fires in 2011. The members of the department meet several times weekly to train, drill, and to ready their apparatus and equipment for alarms. Training is held on both the company and department levels, and is coordinated by the department’s Board of Instruction. Over 500 manpower hours are expended by these volunteers each week in preparation and readiness alone. During Hurricane Irene in late August, 2011 the department handled over

10 storm-related alarms during a 24hour period. During this time more than 92 members left their own homes and families and stood by in their respective firehouses in order to be able to respond more safely and efficiently to emergencies in the village. The Bureau of Fire Prevention works year-round conducting inspections of commercial establishments throughout the Village to ensure compliance with village, county and state fire codes. The bureau also provides speakers and presentations for numerous groups including elementary and middle school students and senior citizens. The Fire Police Squad, comprised of members from all seven fire companies who volunteer for this extra assignment, assists the Rockville Centre Police Department by directing traffic at auto accidents and fire alarms, thus freeing officers to perform other law enforcement functions. The Fire Police also assist with crowd control and traffic direction at large village functions such as the annual fireworks display and 10k, 5k and Family Fun run. The department added to its rich history in 2011 by forming a Junior Fire Department. Young men and women 13 to 17 years of age may join the juniors, where they will learn the basics of fire fighting, and develop the character and camaraderie necessary to be a member

of the department. Upon their 18th birthday they may become firefighters or fire medics and will already be familiar with department operations. The department operates 22 pieces of equipment including three chief’s cars, an aerial ladder truck, a tower ladder truck, five engines, an antique engine, a heavy rescue truck, two ambulances, an EMS first response vehicle, a fire-police response vehicle, a fire inspection vehicle, a utility truck, a passenger van, an inflatable rescue boat and two EMS mountain bikes for use at crowded village functions and events. In 2011, as they have for more than 135 years, the volunteers of the Rockville Centre Fire Department added to the quality of life in the village, not just by answering calls for assistance for a myriad of emergencies, but by their participation in annual events such as the Memorial and St. Patrick’s parades, the Recreation Center’s Kids Fest, the annual fireworks display, the village 10K run, the Little League Parade, Homecoming at South Side High School and Santa’s visit to the annual tree lighting at the Village Green. Residents who wish to join the Rockville Centre Fire Department are urged to stop by any of the five firehouses on a Sunday morning, or may call (516) 678-9320, for information on becoming a member.


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Residents $150 March 31 Employee Full Time $163 Sept. 30 Quarterly $45 May 31 Overnight $158 March 31 Holiday $48 Nov. 1 - Jan, 31 Non-resident $215 Dec. 31 Daily parking (field #14 only) $12. Permits are available at the Cashier's window in Village Hall. All permits are pro-rated if bought during the active period.

METER FEES Effective at lot consoles and on-street parking $.05 for five minutes $.10 for 10 minutes $.30 for 30 minutes $.60 for 1 hour Most meters have a limit of two hours. All residents and employee parking spaces are available for use by shoppers after 4 p.m. There is no fee for parking in the downtown business district after 6 p.m.

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Residents $150 March 31 Employee Full Time $163 Sept. 30 Quarterly $45 May 31 Overnight $158 March 31 Holiday $48 Nov. 1 - Jan, 31 Non-resident $215 Dec. 31 Daily parking (field #14 only) $12. Permits are available at the Cashier's window in Village Hall. All permits are pro-rated if bought during the active period.

METER FEES Effective at lot consoles and on-street parking $.05 for five minutes $.10 for 10 minutes $.30 for 30 minutes $.60 for 1 hour Most meters have a limit of two hours. All residents and employee parking spaces are available for use by shoppers after 4 p.m. There is no fee for parking in the downtown business district after 6 p.m.

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Councilman Anthony Santino joined members of the Wilson Elementary School student government to express his thanks for their participation in the Valentines forVeterans program.

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he Rockville Centre school district was founded on Dec. 22, 1871 when the Commissioner of Education divided District #11 (Oceanside) and created District #21 for Rockville Centre. The first Board of Education was elected the following month and on Jan. 5, 1883 the Union Free School District #21, Town of Hempstead, was formally organized. The first school building was on what is now known as Quealy Place. It opened in 1876 and held 54 students. The high school in Rockville Centre was the first in Nassau County. Because it was also the first high school on the south shore of Long Island in either Nassau or Queens, it was named “South Side,” a name that has lasted more than a century. Faced with crowding, the community charged the Board of Education with expanding the educational facilities in 1890. The board bought property on Quealy, between Park and Clinton avenues and opened a new school on Feb. 20, 1892 with a faculty of five and 317 pupils. The graduating class that year had three students. Today this building is The Eugene J. Murray municipal building, known as Village Hall. In 1919, overcrowding was once again a problem and the board bought a 4 1/2 acre property on Hillside Avenue. Completed in 1924, the building housed both the Junior and Senior High Schools. The first class graduated from the new South Side High School in June 1924 after spending a month there. The first graduates to spend a full year in the school — the class of 1925 — were responsible for the first yearbook, The Tower.

Seven years later, during the 1932-33 school year, a school newspaper was founded and titled: “The Sportsman.” Its publication has been continuous ever since. After World War II, the most recent South Side High School was proposed. In 1950 the community approved funding for the new building and Allen Field and the village disposal plant were purchased. In September 1955, the new South Side High School opened for grades 10 through 12. The new building had taken two years to build and featured a capacity of 1,000 students and an auditorium that could hold 805 people. The yearbook changed its name to The Colonnade in honor of the new structure. In 1982 an expansion of the high school was completed and the 9th grade was moved from the Hillside Avenue School to South Side High School. The high school became a four-year facility and the Hillside Avenue School went from being a junior high (grades 7 - 9) to a middle school (grades 6 - 8). Once more, overcrowding forced the district to look for ways to expand. The public approved the purchase of property on Maple Avenue, and the district moved its vehicle maintenance department off the South Side campus, creating classroom space. Today, there are more than 3,500 students in the seven schools within the Rockville Centre school district. South Side High School has achieved distinction by being ranked as one of the 100 best high schools in the nation by both Newsweek and U.S. News & World Report. In May 2011, a budget of $95.7 million for the 2011-12 school year was passed by the residents. The Board of Education consists of President Liz Dion, Vice President Mark Masin, Secretary Gregg Spaulding and trustees John O'Shea and Mayda Kramer.


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LIBRARIES ROCKVILLE CENTRE PUBLIC LIBRARY 221 North Village Ave., Rockville Centre, NY 11570 Phone: 766-6257 Fax: 766-6090 www.rvclibrary.org Director: Maureen Chiofalo

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The Rockville Centre Public Library features an extensive collection of books, audio books, downloadable books, DVDs, music CDs and periodicals. It offers Internet computers and Wi-Fi. An on-line catalog and research databases are available from anywhere, anytime with a Rockville Centre library card. Equipped with the latest technology for hearing, visually and physically challenged patrons, the library is a full-service community center. The Career Center is equipped with computers, resume software, job listings and technical assistance. A wide range of programs including concerts, art lectures, health and wellness programs, current event discussions, computer workshops and book discussion groups. Extensive childrenâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s programming is available year-round. Hours: Monday, Wednesday, Thursday: Tuesday: Friday:

Saturday: Sunday (September - June): Sunday (mid-June-Labor Day):

9 a.m. to 9 p.m. 10 a.m. to 9 p.m. 9 a.m. to 6 p.m.

30 Davison Ave., Oceanside, NY 11572 Phone: 766-2360 Director: Evelyn Rothschild Since 1938, Oceanside Library has provided a wide range of programs and services to the community. Notice of board meetings, scheduled the fourth Tuesday of each month, appear on its website. The newly-expanded library is handicap accessible. Hours: Monday-Thursday: Friday and Saturday: Sunday: (September-June)

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Ronan Tarpey, left, Luke Maier, James Beatty (Q), Maggie Miller (U), Chloe Shimkin and Natalie Jorek participated in the union of Q and U at Hewitt Elementary School recently. Rockville Centre School District Rockville Centre Board of Education President: Liz Dion Vice President: Mark Masin Secretary: Gregg Spaulding Trustees: John O'Shea and Mayda Kramer The Board of Education meets in the auditorium of South Side High School at 7:30 p.m. on the first Tuesday of each month. Schedule is subject to change. Administrative Offices 128 Shepherd St. 255-8957 www.rvcschools.org Superintendent: Dr. William H. Johnson Assistant Superintendent for Curriculum: Christopher J. Pellettieri Assistant Superintendent for Business: Robert Bartels Assistant Superintendent for Special Education & Pupil Personnel Services: Noreen Leahy

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Alannah O'Rourke, a junior, jumps over an obstacle during the concentration relay event at South Side High School's Red and Blue competition.

District Clerk: Jackie Wong 255-8921

William S. Covert School (K-5) 379 Willow Street, South Hempstead 255-8916 Principal: Darren Raymar

Floyd B. Watson School (K-5) 277 North Centre Ave. 255-8904 Principal: Joan Waldman

South Side High School (9-12) 140 Shepherd St. 255-8947 Principal: Dr. Carol Burris

Jennie E. Hewitt School (K-5) 446 DeMott Ave. 255-8913 Principal: Elizabeth Pryke

Francis F. Wilson School (K-5) 25 Buckingham Road 255-8910 Principal: Tom Ricupero

South Side Middle School (6-8) 67 Hillside Ave. 255-8978 Principal: Shelagh McGinn

Riverside School (K-5) 110 Riverside Drive 255-8902 Principal: Tricia Bock

Oceanside School District Portions of the southeastern corner of Rockville Centre fall into the Oceanside School District. The board meets monthly

at 8 p.m. Call the district offices at 6781200 for more information. All Oceanside Schools 678-1200 www.oceansideschools.org Superintendentâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Office 145 Merle Ave., Oceanside, 11572 678-1215 Superintendent: Dr. Herb Brown Continued on page 34


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Assistant Superintendent for Curriculum: Robert Fenter Assistant Superintendent for Business: Louis Frontario Assistant Superintendent for Special Ed: Jill DeRosa

North Oceanside Road School No. 5 (K-6) 2440 N. Oceanside Road 678-7585 Principal: Diane Provvido Fulton Avenue School No. 8 3252 Fulton Ave. 678-8503 Principal: Laurie Storch

Oceanside Senior High School (9-12) 3160 Skillman Ave. 678-7526 Principal: Mark Secaur

Walter S. Boardman School No. 9E 170 Beatrice Ave. 678-8510 Principal: Dr. Karen Siris

Oceanside Middle School (7 & 8) 186 Alice Ave. 678-8518 Principal: Dr. Allison Glickman-Rogers

Baldwin School District The Board of Education meets monthly at 8 p.m. on various dates at various locations throughout the district, including each of the schools and the District Office. For more information, call 377-9271.

Florence A. Smith School No. 2 (K-6) 2745 Terrell Ave. 678-7557 Principal: Thomas Capone

Superintendent: Dr. James D. Mapes

Pre-K & Kindergarten Center 25 Castleton Court 594-2345 Principal: Julie McGahan

Plaza Elementary School 501 Seaman Ave. 377-9361 Principal: Mark Gray

Oaks School No. 3 2852 Fortesque Ave. 678-7564 Principal: Beth Ann Castiello

Baldwin Middle School 3211 Schreiber Place 377-9321 Interim Principal: Timothy Maher

School No. 4 (K-6) 3210 S. Oceanside Road 678-7581 Principal: Joanna Kletter

Baldwin Senior High School 841 Ethel T. Kloberg Drive 377-9204 Principal: Susan Knors

Parochial Schools St. Agnes Cathedral Elementary School (K - 8) 70 Clinton Ave. 678-5550 Co-Principals: Sr. Kathleen Carlin and Helen Newman Chaminade High School (9-12) 340 Jackson Ave., Mineola 742-5555 Principal: Brother Joseph Dominick Bellizzi President: Brother Thomas Cleary Hebrew Academy of Nassau County Lower School (K-6) Principal: Rabi Yoakov Sabigh 609 Hempstead Ave., West Hempstead 485 - 7786 Hebrew Academy of Nassau County Lower School Upper School (7-12) 215 Oak Street, Uniondale 538 - 8161 Kellenberg Memorial High School (9-12) 1400 Glenn Curtiss Blvd., Uniondale 292-0200 Principal: Br. Kenneth Hoagland Sacred Heart Academy (9-12) 47 Cathedral Ave., Hempstead 483-7383 Principal: Sr. Joanne Forker

Nursery Schools/Child Care Anne Frank Montessori School 430 DeMott Ave. 678-5955 C.A.R.E.S. Program 594-2351 After school program open five days a week, 3 to 6 p.m. Holy Trinity Early Childhood Center 240 Lincoln Ave. 766-9716 Jacob’s Ladder at Central Synagogue 430 DeMott Ave. 763-0235 RVC/Lakeview EOC Head Start 150 North Center Ave. 536-4811/4819 RVC Recreation Dept. Nursery School 111 N. Oceanside Rd. 678-9338/39 Rosa Lee Young Childhood Center 180 North Village Ave. 536-5674 St. Mark’s Cooperative Nursery 200 Hempstead Ave. 536-6295 United Church Nursery School 430 Morris Ave. 766-5635

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Close friends Hannah Slavin, left, and Melissa Adler after South Side High School's commencement ceremony on June 22.


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t Molloy College, students gain the knowledge, skills and self-confidence they need to make a difference in their lives and in our fast-paced, everchanging world.

A private Long Island college, Molloy provides a valuecentered, multidimensional liberal arts education with more than 50 quality academic programs grounded in the Catholic faith, ideals of truth, and respect for the dignity and worth of every individual. Our faculty is accomplished, yet approachable, leading small classes where students are encouraged to think critically and explore creatively. Combining the strengths of academic excellence and leadership with personal, compassionate mentoring, we bring out the best in every student - while delivering the best value for their tuition dollar. Nationally ranked, yet conveniently located in Rockville Centre - Molloy is one of the most affordable private colleges on Long Island. Many consider Molloy an “optimally-sized school”: at approximately 4,200 undergraduate and graduate students, Molloy is large enough to offer students an academicallychallenging, quality educational experience yet small enough to provide the personal attention that enhances every student’s intellectual, ethical, spiritual and social development. With our recently-expanded International Education Program, over 40 clubs and honor societies, ample service opportunities and

NCAA Division II sports teams, students at Molloy have abundant opportunities to explore new interests, pursue athletics and enrich our community, here . . . and around the globe. Visit www.molloy.edu or call 516.678.5000 ext. 6230 for more information about Molloy or its programs.

THE MADISON THEATRE: A TRUE ENTERTAINMENT EXPERIENCE CLOSE TO HOME In fall of 2011 Molloy opened the Madison Theatre at Molloy College. The theater’s mission is to create a versatile, first-class facility that will offer a diverse range of world-class entertainment for the South Shore and greater Long Island region. Situated only 30 minutes from Manhattan, the theater strives to be an incubator for creative development for the artistic community while educating and inspiring young performers, writers, and technicians for careers within the entertainment industry. The Madison Theatre shares in Molloy College’s belief that artistic expression and appreciation is an important part of the development of the full person. The 550-seat state-of-the-art theatre has hosted a variety of world-class performers from the world of theatre, music, dance, cabaret, comedy and more. Performers who have graced the Madison Theatre stage have included: Comedian Martin Short, Jazz great John Pizzarelli, ETHEL and Violinist Ittai Shapira. Look for our expanded children’s programming offerings during the 2012-2013 season. For information about the upcoming theater season, or to purchase tickets to an event, visit www.madisontheatreny.org

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Gregory Lubrano, Molloy’s class of 2012 valedictorian, left, was greeted by Molloy College President Dr. Drew Bogner during commencement ceremonies in May attended by nearly 1,000 students.


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PARKS & RECREATION Parks and Recreation Department 766-8002, 678-9338/39 Anthony T. Brunetta Pavilion 111 North Oceanside Road Superintendent: Anthony T. Brunetta

ROCKVILLE CENTRE PARKS William P. Hickey American Legion Memorial Field Complex Sunrise Highway, between Morris and North Forest avenues Handball wall, basketball court, roller rink, baseball/ softball field, sitting area. Mill River Complex South Park Avenue and Chester Road Lister, Pette, Barash, Ketler and Bligh fields Soccer field, four basketball court lights, playground, river overlooks, jogging paths, five Little League/softball fields with new lights on some, auxiliary police fieldhouse. Reverend Morgan Days Park Maine Avenue near Peninsula Boulevard Two lighted basketball courts, roller-skating area, Little League/ softball field, soccer/lacrosse field, playground. Donald F. Browne/Rockville Centre Park/Stephen J. McDonald Pond off Peninsula Boulevard, first left inside Hempstead Lake State Park Picnic area, open recreational area, fishing pond (catch and release w/permit), boating pond, jogging trails, ice skating. Donovan Berthoud/Herald

Dean Skelos Sports Complex Located on Peninsula Boulevard Regulation size soccer/lacrosse field, bleachers, press box, scoreboard and lights, Little League/softball field with lights, restrooms.

Julia Dell’Unto, 6, met Mr. Met at the Rockville Centre Little League Challenger Division’s opening day in April at Hickey Field. Firemen’s Memorial Park Forest Place and Forest Avenue. Walking area. Founde rs Park Lincoln Avenue and Merrick Road. Sitting area.

Veterans Memorial Park/ John A. Anderson Recreation Center 111 North Oceanside Rd. Children’s play area, two handball/paddleball walls, two basketball courts, five tennis courts, shaded picnic area, sitting area, jogging path, roller blading.

Town of Hempstead Parks and Recreation Commission 292-9000 200 North Franklin St., Hempstead 11550

Village Green Lee and Maple avenues Sitting area, summer concerts, annual tree lighting, 9-11 Family Memorial, gazebo, available for wedding photos.

Baldwin Park 546-4481 3232 South Grand Avenue, Baldwin Harbor 11510 Tennis Courts 546-2240 Ball Field 546-2233

Water Department Neighborhood Park Forest and Maple avenues Boy Scout Eagle Park Parkwood Court and North Centre Avenue Sitting area.

Coes Neck Park 379-9304 1240 Coes Neck Road, Baldwin, N.Y. 11510

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CLUBS AND ORGANIZATIONS Addresses are in Rockville Centre, NY 11570 unless otherwise noted. VETERANS American Legion Post No. 303 P.O. Box 1039 766-9740 Non-profit organization, hall available. Commander: Joseph Scooh Adjunct Commander: Pat Southard Auxiliary President: Joseph Scarola Meetings on Fridays

BUSINESS Rockville Centre Chamber of Commerce P.O. Box 226 766-0666 President: Larry Siegel CIVIC East Side Civic Association 536-8760 President: Jackie Stetson

Veterans Resource Center of Nassau County 536-6990 Director: Mickey Clark

Maple Avenue Task Force www.mapleavenue.homestead.com President: Joe Kelly Artie Findlay/Herald Middle Village Civic Assoc. 764-3832 President: Lawrence P. Quinn, Jr. South Side Civic Association 764-7651 President: Bruce Lawrence Mid-Town Resident Alliance President: Mickey Clark 536-6990 RVC Citizens Association President: Katy Oâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;Toole 765-6783 CULTURAL/SPORTING Friends of the Rockville Centre Library 221 North Village Ave. 678-2469 www.rvclibrary.org President: Kathy Hoace Rockville Centre Choral Society P.O. Box 172 764-5307 www.rvcchoralsociety.com Rockville Centre Guild for the Arts P.O. Box 950 764-2841 President: Wayne Lipton Rockville Centre Historical Society Phillips House 28 Hempstead Ave. 678-9201 President: Frank Seipp Open Saturday & Sunday , 1 p.m.-4 p.m. St. Agnes Cathedral Gaelic Society 678-1008 Organization hosts Irish-cultural events. President: John Raphael Nassau County Fish and Game Assoc. P.O. Box 245 921-1429 President: Charles Bevilacqua Center for Science Teaching and Learning 1 Tanglewood Road 764-0045 Director: Dr. Ray Ann Havasy South Shore Audubon Society P.O. Box 31, Freeport N.Y. 11520 546-6303 President: Wendy Murbach

Dan O'Leary tried his luck at dice during the Friends of Senior Services' annual Monte Carlo Night fundraiser at the Sandel Senior Center. FRATERNAL Ancient Order of Hibernians Division 14 432-3197 President: Jim Henry Independent Order of Odd Fellows 235 Merrick Road, P.O. Box 92 764-5156 Noble Grand: Tom Bogue Order of the Eastern Star Cassiopeia Chapter #453 28 Lincoln Ave. 766-8336 Secretary: Jeanne Treccasi Long Island Scottish Rite 28 Lincoln Ave. 678-3232 Secretary: Robert D. Stack Knights of Columbus St. Agnes Council 2548 764-1147 Grand Knight: Richard Carl POLITICAL Concerned Citizens Party 678-5085 President: Mike Jewell Home Rule Party 248-1399 President: Charles Casalaro Rockville Centre United Party President: Jim St. John (201) 538-8484 United Taxpayers 678-5662 President: Sue Oppenheimer SERVICE Economic Opportunity Council, Inc. of RVC 140 North Centre Ave. 764-4500 Executive Director: Vern Jinks Welfare counseling, legal aid, food stamps, immigration and other services funded by the federal government.

Head Start 150 North Centre Ave. 536-4811/4819 Interim Director: Jessica Sparrow Early childhood education program. Hispanic Brotherhood of RVC 59 Clinton Ave. 766-6610 www.hispanicbrotherhood.com Executive Director: Margarita Grasing Non-profit organization provides housing, employment, immigration, senior citizen nutrition and elementary school tutoring services for Hispanic residents of Rockville Centre. Lions Club of Rockville Centre 764-8871/1775 rvclions.com President: Ed Asip Mercy League 705-1833 Secretary Cathy DiPietro Fund-raising organization for Mercy Hospital. National Council of Jewish Women, South Shore Section P.O. Box 544 766-1796 ncjwsouthshore.org, The South Shore Section has monthly meetings, sponsors activities and hosts social events for women of all ages and backgrounds. Committed to working to better the community. Rosa Lee Young Childhood Center 180 N. Village Ave. 536-5674 www.rosaleeyoung.org Director: Jeannine Rey Rockville Centre Housing Authority 160 North Centre Ave. 536-4343 Director: Jamie Morrison St. Agnes Parish Outreach Service Center 678-1854 Referral service, food and clothing for the needy.

YOUTH RVC Youth Council Visit www.RVCYouthCouncil.org or email at info@RVCYouthCouncil.org Mayor's Youth Task Force Contact the Mayor's office 678-9260 online link at www.rvcny.us CYO - Diocese of Rockville Centre 50 North Park Ave. 678-5800 Rockville Centre Little League 536-4523 www.rvclittleleague.com President: Thomas Bucaria Rockville Centre Basketball League 763-0156 www.rvcbl.com President: Greg Fanning Rockville Centre Soccer Club P.O. Box 191, Rockville Centre, 11571 www.rvcsoccer.net mail@rvcsoccer.net President: Patti Leboff Rockville Centre Lacrosse Club P.O. Box 388, Rockville Centre, 11571 www.rvclacrosse.com President: Paul Loomie Girl Scouts - RVC Association offers a great experience for girls of all ages, from kindergarten through 12th grade. Form a new troop, join an existing troop, have great fun and make a difference in the community. To learn more about registering a young girl or how to become an adult volunteer, contact the Council for Girl Scouts of Nassau County and ask for the Rockville Centre field representitive to help you. Call (516)741-2550 Boy Scouts & Cub Scouts - Rockville Centre has many Boy Scout Troops and Cub Scout Packs. Bring your son to a meeting to find out more about Scouting â&#x20AC;&#x201D; they offer camping weekends, day hikes, outdoor skills, group fun, summer camp, commuunity service and structured social groups to support each boy. Adult volunteers are welcome. Contact the Theodore Roosevelt Council at 7977600 and ask for the Iroquois District Executive Mrs. Dina Khalil at ext. 112.


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The Rockville Centre faith community recently welcomed two new spiritual leaders, the Rev. Kevin Morris, left, of The Episcopal Church of the Ascension and Rabbi Elliot Skiddell of Congregation Beth Emeth, the Reconstructionist Synagogue. Central Synagogue of Nassau County (Reform) 430 DeMott Ave. 766-4300 Rabbi Marc Gruber www.uahc.org/congs/ny/csnc Episcopal Church of the Ascension 71 North Village Ave. 766-0693 The Rev. Kevin Morris First Church of Christ, Scientist (Christian Scientist) Christian Science Reading Room 285 Morris Ave. 766-5374 Holy Trinity Lutheran Church 240 Lincoln Ave. 766-2815 Pastor Jeffrey P. Laustsen www.htlcrvc.org Beth Emeth Synagogue (Reconstructionist) 430 DeMott Ave. 374-9220 Rabbi Elliot Skiddell www.rcbe.org

Rockville Centre Congregation of Jehovah’s Witnesses 70 Vincent St. 766-8377 Rockville Centre Spanish Seventh-day Adventist Church 280 Lakeview Ave. 536-8293 Roman Catholic Diocese of Rockville Centre 50 North Park Ave. 678-5800 Bishop William F. Murphy www.drvc.org St. Agnes Cathedral 29 Quealy Place 766-0205 Rector Msgr. William E. Koenig www.stagnescathedral.org St. Mark’s United Methodist Church 200 Hempstead Ave. 766-2080 Pastor Robert Grimm

St. Matthew AME Zion Church 10 Nassau St. 536-8375 Shiloh Baptist Church 96 North Centre Ave. 764-8311 Rev. Herman Washington, Pastor Temple B’Nai Sholom- Beth David (Conservative) 100 Hempstead Ave. 764-4100 Rabbi Howard Diamond United Church of Rockville Centre (United Church of Christ) 430 Morris Ave. 766-2975 Rev. Peter Dennebaum Vineyard Christian Fellowship 251 Merrick Road 678-7888 Pastor: Randy Larson


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SENIOR CITIZENS Rockville Centre has one of the most extensive programs in Nassau County for the 20 percent of its residents who are older adults. Most programs are located in the Leonard Sandel Senior Center on the corner of South Park and Lincoln avenues. The Senior Services Department offers nutrition and meal programs, classes, clubs, social events and an acting troupe. There is a transportation program that provides rides to and from medical facilities, the Recreation Center, the Senior Center and a weekly grocery shopping trip. The department also has a Care Club, which provides services to disabled seniors. Some seasonal services are offered, including income tax preparation assistance and flu shots. Leonard Sandel Senior Center 50 South Park Ave. Director: Dr. Cyd Beth Charrow Deputy Director: Chris O'Leary

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Joe Scarola, commander of American Legion Post 303, rang a bell at the Veterans Day ceremony held at the Rockville Centre Rec Dept.

OTHER SERVICE PROVIDERS Nassau County Department of Senior Citizen Affairs Helpline 227-8900 60 Charles Lindburgh, St. 260, Mineola, 11501 Town of Hempstead Department of Senior Enrichment 485-8100 Commissioner: Johanna Scarlatta 200 North Franklin St., Hempstead 11550 American Association of Retired Persons (AARP) (800)444-6544 Customer Care 780 Third Ave., 33rd Floor, New York City Discounts on Bus and LIRR transportation

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ELECTED OFFICIALS Governor

United States Senator Charles E. Schumer (D) 757 3rd Ave., Suite 1702 New York, N.Y. 10017 (212) 486-4430 United States Senate 313 Hart Senate Office Building Washington, D.C. 20510 (202) 224-6542

Nassau County Executive Edward P. Mangano (R) 1550 Franklin Avenue Mineola, NY 11501 (516) 571-3131

State Attorney General Eric T. Schneiderman (D) The Capitol Albany, NY 12224-0341 (518) 474-7330

United States Senator Kirsten E. Gillibrand (D) 780 3rd Ave., Suite 2601 New York, N.Y. 10017 (212) 688-6262 United States Senate 478 Russell Building Washington, D.C. 20510 (202) 224-4451

Nassau County District Attorney Kathleen Rice (D) 262 Old Country Road Mineola, NY 11501 (516) 571-3800

State Comptroller

United States Representative - Fourth District Carolyn McCarthy (D) 200 Garden City Plaza, Suite 320 Garden City, NY 11530 (516) 739-3008 106 Cannon House Office Building Washington, D.C. 20515 (202) 225-5516

Nassau County Comptroller George Maragos (R) 240 Old Country Road Mineola, NY 11501 (516) 571-2386

State Senator - 9th District Dean G. Skelos (R) Majority Leader 55 Front St., Rockville Centre, N.Y. 11570 (516) 766-8383 New York State Senate Room 907 LOB, Albany, N.Y. 12247 (518) 455-3171

Town of Hempstead Supervisor Kate Murray (R) One Washington Street Hempstead, NY 11550 (516) 489-6000

Nassau County Clerk Maureen Oâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;Connell (R) 240 Old Country Road Mineola, NY 11501 (516) 571-2664

State Assemblyman - 14th District Brian Curran (R) 534 Merrick Road, Lynbrook, NY 11563 (516) 561-8216 Legislative Office Building 432 Albany, N.Y. 12248 (518) 455-4656

Town of Hempstead Town Clerk Mark Bonilla (R) One Washington Street Hempstead, NY 11550 (516) 489-5000

Nassau County Legislator - District 5 Joseph Scannell (D) 1550 Franklin Ave. Mineola, NY 11501 (516) 571-6205

Town of Hempstead Councilman - 4th District Anthony Santino (R) One Washington Street Hempstead, NY 11550 (516) 812-3200

Nassau County Legislator - District 6 Francis Becker (R) 1550 Franklin Ave. Mineola, NY 11501 (516) 571-6206

Andrew M. Cuomo (D) NYS State Capitol Building Albany, NY 12224 (518) 474-8390

Thomas P. DiNapoli (D) 110 State St., Albany, N.Y. 12236 (518) 474-4044

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NASSAU COUNTY Nassau County is governed by an elected Legislature. The Legislature is comprised of legislators from 19 districts. It includes an independent budget director who advises the Legislature on spending and revenue matters. The Legislature also enables residents to submit petitions for proposed new laws that legislators are obligated to consider. The 19 county legislators serve two-year terms. The county executive — currently Republican Edward Mangano — serves a four-year term and is the chief administrator. Nassau also has an elected comptroller, currently George Maragos, a district attorney, Kathleen Rice, and a county clerk, Maureen O'Connell. Nassau County Theodore Roosevelt Executive and Legislative Building 1550 Franklin Avenue, Mineola, NY 11501 571-6000 www.nassaucountyny.gov Numbers to know Assessor’s Office Assessment Review Board of Elections Bus Information Civil Service Community College Consumer Affairs Coordinating Agency for Spanish Americans (CASA) County Attorney County Clerk County Comptroller County Executive County Legislature Department of Drug and Alcohol Addiction District Attorney Economic Development Film Commission Fire Commission Health Department Housing & Intergov. Affairs Human Resources Human Rights Commission Investigations Leg. Budget Review Office Management and Budget Office Medical Center Medical Examiner Mental Health Minority Affairs Parks, Recreation, Museums Planning Commission Physically Challenged Probation Department Public Works Purchasing Office Recreation Section 8 and Homeless Senior Citizen Affairs Sheriff’s Department Social Services Department Traffic and Parking Violations Traffic Safety Board Treasurer’s Office Veterans Services Volunteer Services Youth Board Nassau County Website: www.nassaucountyny.gov

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n this very rough economy we have seen the closing of many stores that have been serving Rockville Centre residents for many years. We have also seen new stores open in their place. For these new stores to succeed it is imperative that the residents shop locally and support our Rockville Centre merchants. We must unite residents and businesses to keep our community thriving in this economic climate. I ask myself why is it that many of our residents don’t shop in Rockville Centre when we have so many lovely shops here that give us excellent personal attention. The answer that I always get is the parking. This has been a major concern for a long time that must be addressed by residents, businesses and the Village of Rockville Centre. We must come to some compromise that will allow us to keep business in the village as well as bring in new entities.

Making a positive effort to expand the business district will bring in new tax money and would help relieve some of the tax burden from the residents. I believe that by working together we can move forward and restore our downtown area to the shopping haven it used to be. We need resident assistance to make this happen. If you have any ideas on how we can accomplish this task, I would love to hear them. My door is open anytime. I can be reached at (516) 766-0666 ext 101. I would like to thank all the members of the Rockville Centre Chamber of Commerce who are dedicated to our community and who donate goods and services to all of the many organizations that call on them throughout the year. I would also like to thank the residents who shop in Rockville Centre and keep our merchants vibrant. I hope that going forward we can work as a team to keep Rockville Centre a great place to shop and live. LAWRENCE SIEGEL President

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CHAMBER OF COMMERCE MEMBERS OF THE ROCKVILLE CENTRE CHAMBER OF COMMERCE All addresses are in Rockville Centre unless otherwise noted Accountants Richard A. Oppenheimer Co, CPA PC Ed Oppenheimer 53 North Park Ave. Suite 42 516-766-2777 ejocpa@optonline.net Shenker,Zacarese & Marks CPA’s Michael Shenker 53 North Park Ave., Suite 51 516-536-7100 mjshenker@szm-cpa.com Archival Services South Shore Records Management Inc. Mike Laby 3067 New St. Oceanside, NY 11572 516-678-3434 mike@southshorestorage.com Arts and Crafts Artrageous Studio Karen Rifai 5 North Village Ave. 516-255-5255 krifai@optonline.net Assisted Living Maple Pointe Assisted Living Tammy Marshall 260 Maple Avenue 516-764-4848 tmarshall@maplepointe.com Audiologists Long Island Audiology Sharon Judlowitz 195 N Village Ave. Suite 1 516-536-5874 liaudiology@optonline.net Auto Dealers Karp Buick • Kia • Saab • Volvo David Karp 400 Sunrise Highway 516-764-0200 dkarp@karpautomotive.com Mercedes-Benz of Rockville Centre David Meyer 110 West Graham Ave. Hempstead, NY 11550 516-766-2585 dmeyer@lakeviewmb.com

Auto Repair JMD Auto Care Ltd. Sudesh Chohan 232 N. Long Beach Rd. 516-766-7777 jmdcars@msn.com Mario’s Auto Tech Inc. Mario Cruz 156 A South Long Beach Rd. 516-442-2290 bestautotech@yahoo.com Master Collision Inc Bob Lipari 525 Lakeview Ave. 516-766-0095 lamcrvc@optonline.net Bakery Front Street Bakery Jeff Wohlfarth 51 Front Street 516-766-1199 fsbakery@aol.com Banks Astoria Federal Savings Bank Ingrid Davidson 339 Merrick Road 516-764-7812 idavidson@astoriafederal.com Capital One Bank Donna LaSala 77 Lincoln Ave. 516-766-2100 donnala_sala@capitalone.com Chase Bank Emily Natale 10 N. Village Ave. 516-255-3500 Citibank Monika Szulzycki 297 Merrick Road 516-536-2608 monika.szulzycki@citi.com Community National Bank Scott McGrath 333 Merrick Road 516-594-1303 smcgrath@cnbny.com MSBA Employee’s Federal Credit Union Judy McLaughlin 50 Banks Ave. 516-766-0009 judym2@verizon.net

Signature Bank Lucy Iannucci 279 Sunrise Highway 516-690-8279 liannucci@signatureny.com

Dr. B Well Health & Wellness Barry Heffron 165 North Village Ave., Suite 4 516-764-2222 drbwell@optonline.net

J. Novack Design Jeff Novack 5 Olive Court 516-764-5321 dec5555@aol.com

The First National Bank of Long Island Linda Roldan 310 Merrick Road Unit 1 516-763-5533 linda.roldan@fnbli.com

Rhino Chiropractic John Gehnrich 25 South Park Avenue 516-536-6000 rhinodc25@aol.com

Dentist Arnold M. Funk, DMD, PC Dr. Arnold M. Funk 214 Maple Ave. 516-766-0276 arnie523@aol.com

Valley National Bank Paul Cronen 55 Maple Ave.,Suite 310 516-678-6000 pcronen@valleynationalbank. com Bowling Rockville Centre Lanes Inc. Joe LaSpina 100 Maple Avenue 516-678-3010 joe@maplelanes.com Business Broker RMI NY Business Brokerage Inc. Rousseau Isaacson 161 Muirfield Rd. 516-594-5942 mouton321@aol.com Butcher Kollner’s Prime Meats. Inc William Breidenbach 320 Sunrise Hwy. 516-766-3250 Car Wash Ultimate Car Wash Roger Lenza 1290 Woodfield Rd. 516-764-5940

Colleges Molloy College Cynthia Metzger 1000 Hempstead Avenue 516-678-5000 x6723 cmetzger@molloy.edu Community Organizations Rockville Centre Lions Club Ed Asip P.O. Box 382 516-678-6335 easip48@gmail.com Computer Services AE Technology Group Adam Kaplan 371 Merrick Road, Suite 200 516-536-5006 akaplan@aetechgroup.com Consignment Stores Lucky Finds Boutique LTD Shannon McComb 7A North Park Avenue 516-442-4600 luckyfindsboutique@gmail.com Credit Card Processing Automated Merchant Services Craig Rossein 269 Hempstead Ave. Suite 210 Malverne, NY 11565 516-887-1797 crossein@amsprocessing.com

Catering Happy Hostess Jay Post 318-A Sunrise Highway 516-766-1046

Dance Studios Maple Avenue Dance Center Ellen Alberti & Kim Alberti 220 Maple Ave. 516-766-3727 madelle1836@aol.com

Chiropractors Cartagine Chiropractic & Wellness Diane Sedat 119 North Park Ave., Suite 201 516-678-3322 drrosemarie@optonline.net

Decorators Chardell Inc Interior Designers Chuck Chardell 860 East Broadway, Apt. 5P Long Beach, NY 11561 516-546-7858 chardell9@optonline.net

Long Island Dental Excellence Dr. Michael Rechter 100 North Centre Ave., Suite 402 516-766-0122 drmrsm@aol.com Bradley S. Portenoy, DDS, PC Dr. Bradley S. Portenoy 371 Merrick Road, Suite 304 516-764-4386 bportenoy@optonline.net Smiles Unlimited Richard Richman 165 North Village Ave.Suite 12 516-594-2111 smilesunlimited99@gmail.com South Nassau Dental Arts, P.C. Felicia Beers 85 North Park Avenue 516-763-4500 snda85@live.com Electricians McDonough Electric Inc Rich McDonough 126 North Park Ave. 516-678-7333 mcdonoughelectricinc@ verizon.net Embroidery E. Van Creations Chris Bergoffen 54 South Long Beach Rd. 516-897-2950 chris@evancreations.com SST Custom Embroidery Ronni Trutt 68 Seaman Ave. 516-678-0978 sstcustomemb@optonline.net

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Financial Planning Harbor Financial Services Paul Celantano 50 Merrick Rd., 2nd Floor 516-634-1300 pcelantano@harborfs.com New England Wealth Strategies Christopher Acheson 50 Charles Lindbergh Blvd. Ste 600 Uniondale, NY 11553 516-257-1893 cacheson@news.nef.com North Coast Financial Group/ MetLife Paul McAndrews 70 Kennedy Ave. 516-873-4525 pmcandrews@metlife.com Papa Englehart Strategic Planning Associates Anthony F. Papa 53 North Park Ave, Suite 45 516-536-4436 afpapa@ae-cadaretgrant.com Wall & William Financial Services Group Steve Sherman 21 Morris Ave. 516-256-5000 ssherman@wallandwilliamfsg. com Fitness Bikram Yoga Yolanda Nash 10 S. Park Ave. 516-432-7777 bikramyogarvc@aol.com Florists Art Flowers Keith Linsalata 41 North Village Ave. 516-766-2461 artflower1@aol.com Mormile Florists Kathy Nadel 239 North Long Beach Road 516-766-7000 kaywn@aol.com Footwear Rhea Nichols Inc Van Pape 30 North Park Ave. 516-764-5959

Gifts The Pretty Suite Inc. Anne Bailey 70 N. Village Ave. 516-442-2844 theprettysuite@gmail.com

Hotels Ramada Inn of RVC Deepak Dave 1000 Sunrise Highway 516-678-1100 ramadarvc@gmail.com

Library Rockville Centre Public Library Maureen Chiofalo 221 North Village Ave. 516-766-6257 mchiofalo@rvcpl.org

Government Senator Dean Skelos Tom Locascio 55 Front Street 516-766-8383 skelos@nysenate.gov

Insurance B & B Coverage/Ruchman Associates Stephen Ruchman PO Box 1210 Valley Stream, NY 11582-1210 516-872-2300 sruchman@bbcoverage.com

Limousine / Airport Transportation At Your Service Transportation Ltd. Lawrence Siegel PO Box 192 516-255-5466 limosbylarry@gmail.com

Daniel J Hannon & Associates, Inc Dan Hannon 55 Maple Ave.,Suite 400 516-766-8800 dan@djhannon.com

Elite Limo Service Ltd. Sue Breidenbach 1559 Coolidge Ave. Baldwin, NY 11510 516-378-5706 suebreid@aol.com

Schulman Insurance Brokerage LLC Jonathan Schulman 330 Sunrise Highway, Suite 250 516-632-5225 jonathan@schulmaninsurance.com

Liquor Store Bargain Liquors Nathan Sakeni 172 Sunrise Highway 515-766-6379 info@bargainliquors.com

Hair • Nail • Skin Radiant Skin and Laser Center Andrea Picano 29A South Park Ave. 516-594-0151 radiantskin@optonline.net Sparks Unisex Yndiana Seltzer 28 South Park Ave. 516-764-7494 Eden Total Skin Care Victoria Diminico 28B South Park Ave. 516-255-0088 edentotalskincare@gmail.com Hardware Ace Hardware of RVC Cristy Schaefer 315 Sunrise Highway 516-568-2301 cristyace@aol.com Home Furnishings Heaven Can Wait Patricia Savio 19 S. Village Ave. 516-442-4235 heaveninrvc@aol.com Home Healthcare Better Home Health Care Pat Huber 310 Merrick Road 516-763-3260 arubanow@aol.com Hospitals Mercy Medical Center Margarita Fox 1000 North Village Ave. 516-705-2618 margarita.fox@chsli.org South Nassau Communities Hospital Gail Carlin One Healthy Way Oceanside, NY 11572 516-377-5371 gcarlin@snch.org

State Farm Insurance Diane McGrath 75 North Park Ave. 516-678-8282 diane@dianemcgrath.com United Benefit Solutions Marilyn Bloch 100 Merrick Road, Suite 526W 516-766-3513 marilyn@jafinsurance.com Italian Ices/ Ice Cream Ralph’s Italian Ices Jill and Mike Bilardello 12B North Park Ave. 516-255-0899 babygee1@optonline.net

Mailing/Shipping The UPS Store Raj Bhatia 265 Sunrise Highway 516-678-7500 store3933@theupsstore.com Medical Marketing Concierge Choice Physicians Christine LoCascio 100 Merrick Road #410W 516-766-0555 clocascio@choice.md Medical Supplies Independence & Dignity Count Inc. Amy Cardito 232 Sunrise Highway 516-594-4494 chapeau200@verizon.net

Jewelry Leders Jewelers Lloyd Leder 17 North Village Ave. 516-766-5277 ledersjewelers@yahoo.com

Newspaper/Advertising Newsday Media Group Elizabeth Sheinin 235 Pinelawn Rd. Melville, NY 11747 631-843-3102

Landscaping Mike’s Landscaping and Design Inc. Toni Pusateri P.O. Box 846 Baldwin, NY 11510 516-868-5046 mike@mikeslandscaping.com

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Physical Therapy Margaret Haller Physical Therapy Margaret Haller 235 Merrick Road 516-353-3664 marghaller@aol.com Physicians Allergy & Asthma Care of Long Island, PC Lori Dexter 242 Merrick Road Suite 401 516-536-7336 ldexter@allergyasthmacough. com

Plumbing/ Heating Pipemasters Plumbing & Heating Peter Martino 80 North Park Avenue 516-766-0253 peter@pipemastersplumbing.com Turnabout Plumbing & Heating Lisa Spatz 74 North Prospect Ave. Lynbrook, NY 11563 516-887-4411 lisa.turnabout@verizon.net

Jerome Caiati, MD, PC Dr. Jerome Caiati 165 North Village Avenue #134 516-764-6605 jcaiatimd@optonline.net

Printer Budget Print Center Mike Goldberg 6 College Place 516-764-4222 budgetcntr@aol.com

Neurological Surgery PC Roberta Kuehl 100 Merrick Road Suite 128 -W 516-255-9031 roberta.kuehl@gmail.com

Realtors AJA1 Realty, Inc. Alan Abizeid 55 Maple Ave. Suite 512 516-536-5500 alan@abizeid.com

South Shore Hematology Oncology Assoc PC Donna Sulsenti 242 Merrick Road, Suite 301 516-536-1455 hemoncdocs@sshoapc.com

Century 21 Sherlock Homes Liz Wallace 43 North Park Ave. 516-764-2601 c21sherlockhomes@aol.com

Coach Realtors Barbara Goldfeder 314 Sunrise Highway 516-536-8100 bgoldfeder@coachrealtors.com

Grillfire Matthew Chapman 13 North Park Ave. 516-678-1290 chappy77matt@netscape.net

Press 195 John Annachino 22 North Park Ave 516-536-1950 press195@yahoo.com

Exit Links Real Estate Group #1 Tami Paustian 75 Seaman Ave. 516-766-7900 tpaustian@linksrealestategroup.com

Kasey’s Kitchen & Cocktails Anthony Geraci 23 North Park Ave 516-766-5049

Prime Catch Seafood Grill Al Avci 41 South Park Ave. 516-705-5340 primecatch@hotmail.com

Kashi Sushi Lounge & Hibachi Grill Tony Lam 222 Sunrise Hwy 516-442-7600 tlam@me.com

Wild Ginger Joyce Li 424 Sunrise Highway 516-442-2225

Restaurants Chadwicks at the Station Robert Demattia 49 Front Street 516-766-7800 info@chadwicksli.com Dinos Restaurant Mike Dervovic 328 Sunrise Highway 516 764 0800

MacArthur Park Thomas Mahoney 1 Maple Avenue 516-766-8375 macpark75@aol.com

Frank’s Steaks Ken DeNicola 54 Lincoln Ave. 516-536-1500

Monaghan’s Bar & Restaurant Niall Gunn 48 North Village Ave. 516-764-6372 niallgunn@hotmail.com

George Martin Suzanne Raspanti 65 North Park Ave. 516-678-7272 zan6886@aol.com

Palace of Wong David Wong 348 Sunrise Highway 516-764-3240 asianatrading@optonline.net

Social Media Marketing Marketing Bytes Alison Gilbert 265 Sunrise Highway, Ste. 1-356 516-665-9034 info@marketingbytes.biz Tuxedos Advance Formal Wear Brian Upton 234 Sunrise Highway 516-678-3555

Visit the Rockville Centre Chamber of Commerce at www.rvcchamber. org

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Thousands of people from all over Long Island strolled, shopped and sampled fare from more than 100 vendors during the annual Rockville Centre Chamber of Commerce Street Fair and Classic Car Show on June 24. In addition to the vendors, food carts and cars, there were arts and crafts, music, raffles and rides.


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