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2015

Just some of the great Brookaven Clean up and Keep America Beautiful efforts in our area involving our Comsewogue students, teachers, area residents, local girl scouts and business.
-S.Crowley Mem Park: Deirdra and Mike Cardinelli with children Kristina, Samantha, Michael, and Debi Mckay w/ daughter Alyson, and Victoria Welsh w/daughters Mura and Breanna Representing Clinton Avenue and Terryville Road Elementary Schools and Girl Scout Troops #2379, 3068,1583,2986
- JFK Flag Pole Garden: students (pictured above and attached) Aaron Feldman, Ryan Freda, Annabelle Auld, Nicole Marek, Ava Pearl, Juhi Rai, Isabel Zach,Joe Gordon, Isabel Arroyo, Stephen Vecchio, Brendan Topper with help and donations from Mrs Schwicke, Mr and Mrs Nickeson.
-School Street Park:
Mrs.Foster with 6th grade (JFK) students Stephen Vecchio, Vanessa Suarez, Andie Venezia, Gabe Cuiffo, Chris Rivioli, 11th grade Comsewogue students Brianna Fachin, Juliana Veraldi, Ian Marullo, with help and donations from Craig den Hartog of Emerald Magic Lawn Care/Old Town Blooms, on Old Town Road from Superior Street to Pagnotta ; donated staff and equipment, a hundred dollars in plants, and removal of poison ivy by Mr den Hartog.
Louisa Marullo and Vincent Tarigo with local neighbor Cornelia,  cleaned up Norwood Ave.

 

Washington Ave Park

In Rain and Shine we thank our volunteers for all they do

 

 

 

 

 

 

2014

'2014 GREAT BROOKHAVEN CLEAN UP SUCCESS"  THANKS TO PATHMARK, KEVIN MALLOY AND FAMILY &COUNCILWOMAN VALERIE CARTRIGHT FOR YOUR HARD WORK & SUPPORT. 

THANKS TO ALL THE VOLUNTEERS WHO CAME TO HELP CLEAN UP THE GENTLESMANS TRACK, ESPECIALLY

COMSEWOGUE H.S. STUDENTS VINCENT DOUGLAS, IAN MARULLO AND JULIANA VERALDI!

   

SUNDAY THE MARULLO FAMILY PARTNERED WITH MARIA PEREIRA TO CLEAN UP NORWOOD BEHIND THE NESCONSET SHOPPING PLAZA

   

 

Pictured below: Terryville-   Steven Crowley Memorial Park Old Town Rd

 

JFK Middle schl students. Mrs Foster(teacher), Chris Rivoli,

Madison Borchers, Keely Farrell, Mrs Farrell-parent

Enterprise Rental Already getting involved!  The PJSTCA Thanks you!

I would like to thank Christian Kaas (and his daughters Giuliana and Gabriella), Danielle Prebola, and Mike Shimer for joining me in the clean-up of  the Greenway Trail in Port Jefferson during The Great Town of Brookhaven Clean Up this past Saturday morning! We enjoyed some beautiful weather and picked up four trash bags of litter (and two tires) from the entrance of this new trail.
 
The Greenway Trail entrance way is located in the parking lot next door to our future 2403 (Port Jefferson Station) location. We were so happy to be able to show our commitment to one of our founding values, “We Strengthen Our Communities One Neighborhood at a Time” and our commitment to improving the communities in which we do business. We are not even in the new building yet and we have already have made a noticeable impact in our new neighborhood!
Kathy Wagner
Human Resources Manager, PHR
  


2/26/14 Proposal from Enterprise:





5/2012  
                  
A community improvement project was put together by neighbors, friends and supporters, on Saturday May 18th at the Steve Crowley Memorial Park on Old Town Road, Terryville.
 
Inspired by the daffodils that beautify Old Town Road each Spring, and Earth Day Project ideas from Mrs. Foster’s 6th grade/ JFK Middle School class, gardens beds were dug and planted, hedges trimmed, and debris removed.  The suggestion to beautify this spot came from sixth grader, Jordan Drago. With the support of her parents and teacher, and plants donated from neighbors, including Craig Den Hartog- the man behind the Old Town Blooms project, plus mulch and friendly support from the staff of Brookhaven’s Parks Dept., the high profile park receive a much needed spring face lift.
 
Mrs. Foster and her students especially liked the idea, as it reflects back on their involvement  with the Veteran’s Day Breakfast held earlier this year with teacher JFK Middle School teacher, Mrs. McMullen.  “ The student’s liked meeting the veterans and this connected for them.” said Mrs. Foster.  Mrs. Drago explained that each year on the anniversary of Steven Crowley’s death, the Veteran’s come to the park to honor him, a Comsewogue graduate who died in service.  “This will look nice for them.  They have a beautiful ceremony here each year.”
    
                    
 ‘Many thanks to Jeff Kito of Port Jefferson Station, for the bountiful donation of annuals, for the beautification of our schools.  More photos soon.’



  Plantings at the JFK Middle School Flag Pole  







Plantings at the Norwood Community Garden 








  

         

 

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