Annual “Driven To Give” Fundraiser

Please join us on Saturday, November 3, 2018 at the Early Childhood Center/East Islip District Office located at:

1 Craig B. Gariepy Avenue, Islip Terrace, N.Y. 11752

We will be having our Annual “Driven To Give” Fundraiser sponsored by Bright Bay Lincoln Dealership in Partnership with the East Islip CTE Academies.  We are starting this event at 8:45 A.M. and it will continue until 1:15 P.M. 

Every person that comes by and Test Drives one of the new Lincoln Vehicles the Lincoln/Ford Corporation will donate $20.00 to our program.  It only takes five minutes and you get to test drive a new Lincoln around the block.

This year we are looking to get 300 people to test drive one of these fantastic cars.  Our students will be running the entire event and we would love to see all of you join us and take part in this very special opportunity for our children and our district.

As always, we are very grateful for all your support and if you can spread the word through Facebook, Twitter, your website or any other social media to friends and relatives that would help us to reach our goal. Thank you and if you have any questions please feel free to contact me at 631-224-2115. I hope to see you all there on Saturday, November 3, 2018.   Hours: 8:45-1:15 p.m.

Izzy Malin

Music on Main

Music on Main

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Business Networking and Expo at Captain Bills

Dear Members,
On Thursday, September 13 from 4 to 7 pm, Senator Phil Boyle will be having his Business Networking and Expo at Captain Bills.
This event is open to everyone The last Expo was in 2016, and was well attended.
Like we did at the last Expo, we are asking our members to give us business cards, pens, pads, etc. that we can display and give out. This is one of the ways the Chamber can help promote your business, and it would be great if you  join us at our table, or just attend.
Please bring your cards, pens, etc. to Lee’s Auto Body 76 E. Main Street East Islip 11730
We had a lot of  member involvement last time, and we hope it’s even better this time.
Thank you,
Gary Teich,