I would like to inform that during thee covid-19 pandemic, ProPac Marketing still working from home offering our services of Promotions, Premium & Retail Packaging. We are offering a free set up charge to all orders during the month of April. Please stay healthy and keep safe.
Anthony wants to help the FADC clients and their caregivers by putting activities online through Facebook. He is looking for sing-a-longs and other videos that are appropriate for our clients. Our clients are individuals 60 and above with physical and/or memory impairment, generally Alzheimer’s Disease and other forms of dementia Also this is a great opportunity for students to do a community service project while they are home. He will write a letter that they performed a community service. Contact
BUY 1 & SEND 1 to the real heroes of our country - the front line healthcare workers that are working around the clock to take care of our loved ones that are sick. For $25 you will get one plain pie for your family and one plain pie will be delivered to St. Joseph’s hospital. Thank you for supporting your local businesses and for feeding our front line superheroes.
The Internal Revenue Service posted Filing and Payment Deadline Questions and Answers The Q&As address the federal filing and payment extensions to July 15th due to the COVID-19 (coronavirus) outbreak. They also include information on the additional extension to Oct. 15th, first quarter estimated tax payments, IRAs and HSAs. For those questions that are not addressed in the Q&As, please know we are working hard to provide answers as quickly as possible. We also have a new IRS.gov page
U.S. DEPARTMENT OF THE TREASURY, IRS AND THE U.S. DEPARTMENT OF LABOR ANNOUNCE PLAN TO IMPLEMENT CORONAVIRUS-RELATED PAID LEAVE FOR WORKERS AND TAX CREDITS FOR SMALL AND MIDSIZE BUSINESSES TO SWIFTLY RECOVER THE COST OF PROVIDING CORONAVIRUS-RELATED LEAVE WASHINGTON, DC – Today the U.S. Treasury Department, Internal Revenue Service and the U.S. Department of Labor announced that small and midsize employers can begin taking advantage of two new refundable payroll tax credits, designed to immediately and
Disaster Field Operations Center East Release Date: March 19, 2020 Contact: Michael Lampton (404) 331-0333 Michael.Lampton@sba.govRelease Number: 20-299, NY 16346 Follow us on Twitter, Facebook, Blogs & Instagram SBA Offers Disaster Assistance to New York Small Businesses Economically Impacted by the Coronavirus (COVID-19) ATLANTA – The U.S. Small Business Administration is offering low-interest federal disaster
March 18, 2020 Due to the current COVID-19 pandemic, we at the Joe Benincasa State Farm Agency are taking precautionary measures to ensure that our team remains healthy in order to continue servicing our clients with little to no interruption. As of Friday, March 20, 2020, our physical location will be closed for walk in traffic until further notice. We are
DO YOU NEED HELP SETTING UP YOUR HOME OFFICE?We at VoDa are here to help you transition to aWork from Home environment in any way we can.Here are some of the ways that we can assist you; Audio Conferencing ***************** Video Conferencing Hosted Phones ********** Remote Desktop If there is something that you are unsure of and need advice on, please reach out to us.If we can’t provide the solution or answer your questions we will do our best to put you in touch with the people who can.If
After a few days of shutting down and reassessing the current situation, we have decided to open for this upcoming weekend. We will be offering curbside and pick up, as well as delivery through UberEats, GrubHub, and DoorDash. Orders can be made through these apps or if you call in at either (516)927-8264 or (516)927-8265 we will take 15% off all orders! Follow us on instagram and/or facebook for updates... Thank you and everyone stay safe!!
Farmingdale Village Update Partial list of Businesses that are Open in Farmingdale Village during the COVID-19 Pandemic, compiled on 3-18-20, Updated 3/24/20 Click this link for the pdf file Small businesses that are open may have limited hours, and details are subject to change/errors, best to call, check their social media, websites. Most merchants sell gift cards as well, also specials may change. Call all/other businesses to confirm as details could change rapidly. Visit the Village's website for
Spring is Here! We are out pressure washing/soft washing and cleaning homes/patios/decks/driveways/etc.COVID-19 WILL NOT STOP US FROM CLEANING!!Let us CLEAN AND SANITIZE the exterior of your HOUSE and YARD including your SWING/PLAY SETS and any other outdoor furniture.Our safe exterior detergents will clean and disinfect all exterior surfaces....just in time for outdoor activity!! CALL OUR OFFICE TO BOOK YOUR FREE ESTIMATE AT 516-409-9510????????????????
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To our customers, We sincerely hope that you and your families are safe and healthy. In accordance with the government’s recommendations on social distancing, we are working with a dramatically reduced staff, and only allowing take out and delivery. WE ARE HERE, and hope you will continue to support small businesses through this difficult time. We know this is tough on everyone and have decided to extend our 25% discount code “UNITY” until further notice, in an effort to soften the blow on everyone. We
We are open for Drive Thru, ToGo, and Curbside Pick-Up!!! Call in orders as well!! Fresh, Fast Food like always here at PDQ in Farmingdale!! 1004 Broadhollow Road 516-858-5009 PDQ351@eatpdq.com
In an effort to slow down the spread of COVID-19, we will be closing our seating until further notice starting March 16th. We will be offering Take-out and Delivery service from 11:30am-8:30pm, Tuesday- Friday, 2:00pm-9:00pm Saturday and 2:00pm to 8:30pm Sunday. You can order by calling the restaurant directly at 631-694-7416. Delivery will be offered within a 10-mile radius from Absolutely Mario's. We would love to welcome you back as soon as possible, but in the meantime, we appreciate your support
Priestley Chiropractic is open for chiropractic care 6 days a week. We are thoroughly cleaning the tables between each patient and washing our hands repeatedly. None of the Doctors or staff have any symptoms of the cold or flu. A properly functioning nervous system through chiropractic care will optimize your immune system.
Please note that our office is still open and our technicians are following all protocols to ensure everyone's safety during maintenance and service visits. We are still available for free surveys, estimates, inspections, maintenance, installations and service: 516-420-0262 or email email@example.com • Fire Alarm Systems • Fire Sprinkler Systems • CO2 and Clean Agent Fire Suppression Systems • Foam Systems • Fire Dept. Connections • Exit emergency
In light of what is happening with the spread of the Corona-virus, I wanted to reach out and let the community know that Preferred Events is fully staffed and prepared to help in any way we can. For those who don't know us, we are a full service event and rental company. Some of our services include: Tents & Temporary StructuresFully Enclosed Tents/StructuresTemperature controlled unitsLightingGenerator PowerFlooring (if needed)TablesChairsCrowd Control Fences/Barricades We are working closely with local
To the guests of our TOA restaurants,In support of New York State’s efforts to increase social distancing and help stem the spread of COVID-19, TOA management team has made the difficult decision to temporarily suspend in-house dining service for two weeks at TOA all locations. From March 16, 2020, TOA will move forward to takeout and delivery service to safely accommodate our guests. It is essential to note that TOA has NO confirmed, suspected, or close contact with COVID-19 cases within our staff and
The Farmingdale High School varsity cheerleading competition team won the New York State Championship title this past weekend—capturing the Division I Large School title. The team is the first Nassau County cheerleading team to ever win a state championship title in cheerleading. This was the second year that Farmingdale competed at the varsity level and the third year that competitive cheerleading has been a part of the Farmingdale athletic program. The competition was held at Rochester Institute of
On Tuesday, March 3, 2020, members of Farmingdale’s Legislative Action Committee (LAC) traveled to the New York State Capitol in Albany to present their 2019-2020 legislative proposals and to discuss the impact of pending and future legislation on public schools. The LAC committee—made up of students, teachers, administrators, staff, parents, and Farmingdale Board of Education Trustee Kathy Lively—took a guided tour of the Capitol and saw the chambers where their state government convenes. The group
Last week, Farmingdale High School Junior Anthony Diaz was presented the Rising Star Award by representatives of the Nassau County Office of Hispanic Affairs. He was given the award during a brief ceremony in Principal Dr. Samuel Thompson’s office. Executive Director Amy Flores and Administrative Aide Estefany Ruiz presented Anthony with his award, which was given in recognition of his emerging leadership, curricular accomplishments, and noteworthy contributions to the Dominican community. It was intended
Three new members of the Farmingdale community will soon grace the walls of Farmingdale High School’s Wall of Fame. The 2020 inductees are Dr. Maria Elayne DeSimone (Class of 1972), Tracy Vicere (Class of 1991), and Glenn Weiss (Class of 1979). The induction ceremony will be held on Monday, April 27th, 2020 at 6:30 p.m. at Farmingdale High School. All community members are welcome to attend. Dr. Maria Elayne DeSimone is a clinical professor at Widener University School of Nursing in Pennsylvania. Her
Last December, at the Dalers Deck the Halls Holiday Breakfast at Farmingdale High School, a fourth-grade Albany Avenue student named Anthony dropped every single one of his raffle tickets into the bucket for a chance to win the prize of being Honorary Superintendent of Farmingdale Schools for a day. He didn’t win, but his twin brother Jake—who ironically dropped in only one raffle ticket—did, and graciously agreed to share his win with his brother. Dressed to kill, with Daler pawprints on their ties and
On Thursday, February 6, 2020, Farmingdale High School hosted the All District Chorus Concert, bringing together 420 students from all six Farmingdale schools—elementary through high school. Each year, the All District Concert is a showcase that demonstrates the amazing level of growth that takes place from the elementary to the high school level. It alternates every three years with band, orchestra, and chorus. Music teachers Christina Cinnamo and Emilie D’Andrilli conducted the elementary chorus.
On Saturday, February 1, 2020, the Farmingdale High School History Club took part in the Eleventh Annual Long Island High School Ethics Bowl at Hofstra University. They participated with two teams— analyzing and discussing real-life, timely, ethical issues. The students were accompanied by Farmingdale High School teachers Jim Hughes and Jennifer Theo-Kupstas, who devoted many hours preparing students to defend the ethical questions posed during the bowl. Team One (Amanda Stoll, Ariana Anderson, Paul
Farmingdale School District sent 101 of their top student musicians to the 2020 Nassau Music Educators Association (NMEA) All County Music Festival—held at the Tilles Center for the Performing Arts on multiple days in January. The festival brings music students together from schools throughout Nassau County. To qualify for participation, students must perform at the New York State School Music Association (NYSSMA) Adjudication Festival and be nominated by their music teachers. A committee of Nassau
Farmingdale Village Report, January 2020 Newsletter The full newsletter is available on the Farmingdale Village website: http://www.farmingdalevillage.com/2020%20January%20Village%20Newsletter.pdf Join the Village email list: text "FARMINGDALE" to 22828, to start & reply with your email or join from the website, http://www.farmingdalevillage.com/
The Farmingdale School District is pleased to announce that after a year of planning, designing, creating new content, and migrating existing material, the new district website has launched! In 2018, when Superintendent Paul Defendini took over the district, he promised transparency and multiple pathways of communication. “Our newly designed website is just one example of how we are making information accessible to all members of the Farmingdale community,” said Superintendent Defendini. “We hope that
Farmingdale High School hosted their third annual VEX Robotics Competition on Sunday, January 5, 2020. Close to eighty teams participated, comprised of high school and middle school students from across southern New York State. The purpose of the competition is to explore innovation through robotics, celebrate student accomplishments, and encourage friendly competition. The tournament was open to the public and admission was free. Nearly a dozen FHS alumni were on hand as volunteer referees and
Nassau County Local Law 7-2019 - Polystyrene Foam Container Ban The Nassau County Polystyrene (Styrofoam) container ban begins January 1, 2020 and encompasses, among other items, all single-use food service items (such as coffee cups and clamshell containers) made with polystyrene foam. Products made with polystyrene foam are typically labeled with the recycling chasing arrows symbol surrounding the number 6 and followed by the letters “PS.” If you have any questions, please contact the Nassau County
Twenty-four seniors at Farmingdale High School signed their letters of intent on December 2, 2019 to signify their commitment to college sports teams. The seniors gathered in the lecture hall of Farmingdale High School, where they were joined by family members, coaches, Principal Dr. Samuel Thompson, Assistant Principal Jed Herman, Director of Athletics Jeanne Berkoski, and Assistant Superintendent Glen Zakian. The Farmingdale athletes who participated in the signing play lacrosse, baseball,
On Tuesday, December 3, 2019, 122 students were inducted into the Farmingdale High School chapter of the National Honor Society. Students entered carrying candles, representing the promise of their futures. The ceremony took place in the auditorium and included speeches from Superintendent Paul Defendini, Principal Dr. Samuel Thompson, and teacher Ilan Gornstein, who spoke about the significant character traits that encompass members of the National Honor Society. “This event showcases the
For Immediate Release The Farmingdale Chamber of Commerce is pleased to announce Joseph Garcia was selected as our Nassau Council of Chambers of Commerce 2019 Outstanding Businessperson of the Year. Each year the Nassau Council of Chambers of Commerce encourages members to select an Honoree to receive this prestigious award. The Honoree must meet the following criteria: •Active Member of the Chamber of Commerce•Owns or manages a business located in the community•Has made a significant contribution to the
Farmingdale High School Principal Dr. Samuel Thompson announced yesterday that identical twin sisters are the valedictorian and salutatorian for the Class of 2020. Gianna Morales achieved the highest cumulative GPA out of 508 students, earning herself the top spot of valedictorian. Sister Rebecca Morales achieved the rank of salutatorian. “This is an outstanding accomplishment for these two students and puts us in awe of their commitment to learning,” said Dr. Thompson. “Congratulations to both Rebecca
Eichler, Allison. "Coming Together - Summit Council Brings Life To Community." Farmingdale Observer (New York) January 30, 2010. Page 1. http://farmingdale-observer.com/2019/01/30/coming-together/ September 11, 2001, was a tumultuous day in American history, but Long Island communities have never come together so strongly than during the time that followed to support and help those who needed it most. The Farmingdale Community Summit Council (FCSC) was no exception. As stated on their website, the summit