Suffolk County Legislator Kevin McCaffrey and Lindenhurst Village Administrator Douglas Madlon were on hand to thank Boy Scout Kyle McCarthy, along with the Boy Scouts of Troop 2014, for completing Kyle’s Eagle Scout Project. Kyle’s project included the installation of a bench at the Villages 9-11 Memorial Garden First Responder’s Monument. Pictured here with Legislator McCaffrey and Administrator Madlon are the Troop Leaders and Boy Scouts of Troop 2014 of West Babylon
Sachem East will be playing its first game of the season against the Lindenhurst Bulldogs on September 9, 2017 at 2:00 PM. Those wishing to attend the game are asked to wear red to honor Sachem East player #5, Josh Mileto, who passed away in a tragic accident during practice.
Let’s show Sachem East that the Lindenhurst community stands with them!
Marina Grais was recently presented with the Rainbow Senior Center’s $1,000.00 scholarship. Marina is a student at Lindenhurst High School. Funds for the scholarship are raised during the annual “Senior Citizen Prom.” The scholarship is open to all Lindenhurst School District students.
Pictured with Marina Grais is Barbara Poldino, Director of the Lindenhurst Rainbow Senior Center, and Village Administrator Douglas Madlon. Administrator Madlon stated, “We are so proud of Marina who will be attending Cornell University in the fall of 2017.”
Best of luck to Marina as she begins college!
An Eagle Scout Court of Honor was recently held for Lindenhurst resident Daniel Zummo at Our Lady of Grace RC Church. Working with the Village of Lindenhurst for his Eagle Scout Project at the Lindenhurst Village Marina, he built and installed four rescue ladders and five fishing line recycling containers. Pictured here with Eagle Scout Zummo are Trustee Joan Masterson, Mayor Michael Lavorata, Guy Zummo, Kathy Zummo and Village Adminstrator Douglas Madlon.
Members of the Lindenhurst community have set up at Chinese Auction to help raise money for the Aluska family in memory of Diane Aluska. The event will take place on July 2 at the Fireman’s Pavilion, 98 Hartford Street, Lindenhurst, NY. Doors open at 1:00 pm.
There will be hundreds of raffles and a 50/50. $5.00 per person admission. All proceeds will benefit the Aluska family.
The organizers of the event are seeking the community’s help through the donation of baskets and items for the auction. If anyone is interested in donating, or needs more information, please contact Nicole Francis at Nicole91278@gmail.com.
Lindenhurst Village Department of Public Works employee Richard Spoor has retired after serving the Village for the past 28 years. Village Administrator Douglas Madlon thanked Mr. Spoor for his service to the Lindenhurst community and wished him a happy, healthy retirement.
Pictured: Deputy Administrator Joe Barone, DPW Employee Richard Spoor, Village Administrator Clerk Douglas Madlon
The Evangelical Church of God recently sponsored an Easter Egg Hunt at Firemen’s Park. The event featured face painting, animal balloons, hot dogs, popcorn and so much more. A special thank you to the Pastor Rick Mullins, his wife Rita and the Evangelical Church of God for continually giving back to our community!
Pictured: Suffolk County Legislator Kevin McCaffrey, Rita Mullins, Pastor Rick Mullins, Mayor Mike Lavorata and Trustee RJ Renna.
During the March 7th meeting of the Lindenhurst Village Board, Mayor Michael Lavorata appointed Trustee Maryann Weckerle (pictured left) as the Deputy Mayor. Mayor Lavorata said, “It is an honor to appoint my friend and colleague as the Deputy Mayor of the Village of Lindenhurst. Trustee Weckerle has performed an outstanding service for our community as a Trustee, and we all deeply appreciate her willingness to serve as our Deputy Mayor.”
Each year the Lindenhurst Rainbow Senior Citizens Center hosts a volunteer appreciation luncheon for the wonderful volunteers at the Senior Center. Trustee Joan Masterson said, “We are so thankful for the many volunteers and for all of their hours of volunteer service, and we hope that each individual knows how much their efforts make a difference in the lives of the seniors here in Lindenhurst.”
Pictured in the (center) are volunteers Joe Randazzo, twenty-four years of volunteer service, Joe Chiusa, nineteen years, Honey Parisi twenty-eight years of service, and Mari Esposito, twenty-one years. Also, pictured are Barbara Poldino, Director of the Rainbow Senior Citizens Center, Lindenhurst Trustee Joan Masterson, Deputy Administrator/Clerk Douglas Madlon, and the Rainbow Center staff.