We have lots going on and would like to invite everyone to our March 27 general meeting at 7 pm at the American Legion Hall in East Islip
We will be honoring our April Business of the Month,
We will have several guest speakers
We will be honoring students from East Islip as Students of the Month for their achievements
The School will be presenting the Legion with a donation that the students collected. This is for the VETVAN, a van the CORE students have been working on during the school year.
Refreshments will be served
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East Islip Beautification is collecting for the hanging baskets that have been beautifying our town. These baskets are totally funded by donations and hard work.
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We thank all who attended our January general meeting at the American Legion Hall. Suffolk County Legislators Tom Cilmi, and Steve Flotteron gave us valuable information. We are lucky to have them represent us, and we thank them and their staff for all their hard work.
Mariya Luqmani, CPA, owner of MLCPAS.Inc, gave a wonderful, informative presentation of what will be needed this tax season. We need to point out that Mariya’s office was unfortunately one of the businesses that were in the Guadagno Law Office building that was lost to a fire earlier in the month.
Thank you, Mariya to be able to do what you did for us under with all you had going on.
Our Business of the Month is Country Village Florist and Gifts. They brought a beautiful arrangement to the meeting that we gave out as our grand door prize. Their story is in our “Spotlight On” section
As always, we welcome everyone and their friends to attend our meetings.
We are happy to say that the event was a complete success, and are looking forward to our next “Tournament”!
The Chamber would like to thank Mike, Barbara, and the staff of the East Islip Lanes for being such gracious hosts. Bellina’s Pizza, one of our new Chamber members brought more pizza than an army of Ninja Turtles could handle, but the 120 people we had loved it and took care of it all.
Dj Jason was knocking out the hits as we were knocking down the pins….or at least some of us were.
We even had a side game of poker with cards being given if someone got a spare or strike, and the highest hand got a prize.
Of course, with such high stakes involved, we needed to reward those who were on the low end of the bowling spectrum. A beautiful flower arrangement was donated and given to the person with the lowest score.