Recently, Assemblyman Brian Curran hosted his annual park clean-up with Assemblyman Ed Ra and Sen. Todd Kaminsky, along with event sponsor West Hempstead Community Support Association. Members of the community joined together to help beautify Hall’s Pond Park in West Hempstead where this year’s clean-up event was held.
“I am truly grateful to members of our local community, the West Hempstead Community Support Association, and our local leaders for their participation and support of this event,” said Curran. “We live, work and raise our children in this community, so we should all do our part to keep it beautiful. My colleagues and I fight for funding to maintain and improve our community while we are in Albany, but the work done by residents here at home is equally important. Thank you, again, to everyone who helps make this event a success year in and year out.
“As a Long Islander, I take pride in where I come from so I am always eager to help take care of our home in any way I can,” said Ra. “It was fantastic to see so many residents willing to take time out of their busy schedules to help clean up the West Hempstead Park on Sunday. Cleaning up our local parks is a great way to bring the community together and keep West Hempstead looking beautiful.”
“Our residents really appreciate the help of Assemblymen Curran and Ra and Sen. Kaminsky in helping put together the park clean-up,” said Rosalie Norton, President of West Hempstead Community Support Association. “Hall’s Pond Park is very special to our community, and I want to personally thank them for all they do for West Hempstead.”