On Our Island: Nonprofit highlights of the week.
Byline: Bernadette Starzee
1 Kazdin Pools & Spas is donating $0 for every new account opened to Stony Brook Southampton Hospitals Audrey and Martin Gruss Heart & Stroke Center. (From left) George Kazdin, Robert Chaloner, Brian Boucher, Julie Kazdin Boucher and Steven Bernstein. 2 At its Dinner Gala, the Long Island Chapter of Construction Financial Management Association raised more than $4,000 for Contractors For Kids.(From left) Stephen Ebinger, Richard Felicetta, Shila Shah-Gavnoudias, Andrew Meyerson and Steven DeLuca. 3 Charlie Hamilton (left) and John Durso (right) of Local 33 presented a sponsorship check to Sue Fitzpatrick of the Greater Long Island Running Club for the Ho Ho Ho 5K Run. 4 (From left) Paul Tusa, James OBrien and Charles Rich contributed to the success of CN Guidance & Counseling Services Taste of Hope fundraiser. 5 (From left, back row) Roseanne Dyson, Jessica Aramburo, Carmine Intintoli, John Santoli, Lina Gottesman, Luz Intintoli, Linda Araujo; (front row) Skylar Rosenbaum and Mason Rosenbaum participated in the Leukemia & Lymphoma Societys Light the Night event. 6 Apex Rehabilitation and Healthcare hosted a luncheon in honor of its residents who are veterans. Dee Fleuristal (right) presented a red carnation to WWII U.S. Navy Veteran Frank Obidienzo, who was joined by his son, Frank (left). 7 Bridgehampton National Banks Wellness Committee organized a Thanksgiving basket drive to benefit families served by Long Island Cares. (From left) Deborah McGrory, Kevin Siemann, Alice Wattley, Michael Darcy and Chelsea Clark. The Long Island Board of Realtors celebrated the th anniversary of its Realtors Against Hunger Campaign with a $5,000 donation to Island Harvest. (From left) Charlotte Van der Waag, Randi Shubin Dresner and Susan Helsinger.
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