Nassau County Legislator James D. Kennedy had the pleasure of attending the Massapequa Chamber of Commerce Law Enforcement Officer of the Year Award Ceremony. This year’s recipients of this notable award were 7th Precinct Officers Daniel Imondi and Joseph Paratore. “It was a pleasure to recognize and honor both officers for their integrity, dedication, courage and their commitment to public service” stated Legislator Kennedy.
Pictured above (left to right) are Massapequa Chamber of Commerce President Robert Barrett, Town of Oyster Bay Supervisor Joseph Saladino, Councilman Louis Imbroto, Police Officer Daniel Imundi, Police Officer Joseph Paratore, Councilwoman Michele Johnson, Town of Oyster Bay Clerk James Altadonna and Legislator Kennedy.
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Nassau County Legislators James D. Kennedy and Rose Marie Walker had the pleasure of joining the Massapequa Chamber of Commerce in welcoming Kona Ice to the community.
Kona Ice, a Hawaiian-style mobile franchise, serves the most delicious shaved ice that customers can flavor themselves. Kona Ice also partners with schools, teams and other community groups for fundraising events.
Pictured above (left to right) are J.P. Scarisbrick, Anthony Ventiera, Robin Hepworth, Robert Barrett, Legislator Walker, Luke Puglin, Owner Julie Ann Puglin-Folchetti, Owner John Malandro, Emma Kennedy, Legislator Kennedy, Susan Martin, Lucas Cromwell and Howard Ritzer.
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Nassau County Clerk Maureen O’Connell pictured with area officials and members of Massapequa’s Chamber of Commerce and the Massapequa Community
Nassau County Clerk Maureen O’Connell and other local officials participated in the festivities at the Massapequa Street Fair sponsored by the Massapequa Chamber of Commerce. Clerk O’Connell presented Massapequa Fire Department Commander and Grand Marshall Michael Hanna with a citation in recognition of his ongoing commitment to the Massapequa community.
The fair attracted many visitors and brought together the business community and area residents. Hundreds of Massapequa merchants were able to showcase their goods and services. The fair provided an enjoyable, fun filled day for families and friends with something for people of all ages including food, rides, games and special attractions.
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