May 2015

  • Alzheimer’s Disease Resource Center, Inc. and Hamptons AARP hosted a dance fitness workshop to help seniors exercise their bodies and their minds. This was announced in Newsday’s Act 2 section.
     
  • The Bayside Times reported on a low-cost microchip clinic hosted by Central Veterinary Associates at the “Pets and Pals” Party to help raise money for non-profit animal and environmental organizations.
     
  • Board Member Scott Schuler and Student Ambassador Maria Roman of School-Business Partnerships of Long Island was interviewed on TV 55’s Exit 10/55 to discuss this year’s Long Island Regional FIRST® (For Inspiration and Recognition of Science and Technology) Robotics Competition.