New York State Senator Jack M. Martins recently attended the Mineola Golden Age Club's 45th anniversary celebration and Chateau Briand in Carl Place. The Mineola Golden Age Club is truly an amazing organization that displays the talents of the Mineola's senior community. The club participates in numerous activies as the members have shared a comraderie and special bond they bring with them from the Mineola Community Center, where they regularly meet, to the casinos of Atlantic City, where the club sometimes travels to for trips.
During the 45th anniversary celebration of the Mineola Golden Age Club, held at Chateau Briand in Carle Place, Senator Jack M. Martins was honored to have been made an honorary member of the club by club president Lillian Barnola. Senator Martins attended many of the club's meeting when he served as Mayor of the Village of Mineola. Now, as Senator, he is an honorary member, which is no small recognition, considering the Mineola Golden Age Club is comprised of the esteemed seniors of the community who helped build the village into the wonderful community it is today. The club has a rich tradition and stays active through its meetings, activities, classes and trips. Senator Martins thanks club president Barnola and all the members for this prestigious honor.
Senator Jack M. Martins and Nassau County Executive Ed Mangano will be sponsoring a free Senior I.D. Card Program on Tuesday, August 6 from 12 pm to 3 pm at the Williston Park Library, located at 494 Willis Avenue in Williston Park. Nassau County residents ages 60 and over are eligible to participate and receive a free senior I.D. card.
The wallet-sized senior I.D. card includes a photo and the holder's personal data, physician's contact information, and emergency contact phone numbers which could be useful to paramedics in a medical emergency. Allergies and other vital information can also be printed on the card. There is no fee for the card.
Residents who would like more information can call Senator Martins' office at 746-5924.
In cooperation with Nassau County Executive Ed Mangano, Senator Jack M. Martins held a program at the Williston Park Library to provide free I.D. cards to seniors. Nearly 200 were issued. The cards, which were given free of charge, include vital information. The program was so successful, there are plans to expand it to other areas of the Seventh Senate District. Watch for announcements of future dates and locations.
On August 15, the Great Neck Social Center held a barbecue to celebrate the opening of its newly furnished couryard in honor of Phoebe Lazarus and Joan Antonoff. Both are wonderful, caring and very supportive of the center. Senator Martins congratulates the Great Neck Social Center and Phoebe and Joan for their outstanding contributions to the quality of life in the Great Neck area.
Senator Jack M. Maritns and Nassau County Executive Ed Mangano sponsored the Senior I.D. Program at the Port Washington Library. The program involves making identification cards for seniors free of charge that come in handy. They contain valuable information as well as a photo. Joining Senator Martins and County Executive Mangano were Town of North Hempstead Councilwoman Dina De Giorgio and Town of North Hempstead Clerk Leslie Gross.
Senator Martins thanks the Port Washington Library for hosting. The program was enormously successful and Senator Martins is in the process of planning additional events so that communities can take advantage of this service. Watch for details.
Senator Jack M. Martins recently attended the Mineola Golden Age Club Christmas Luncheon at the Chateau Briand, where he greeted many dear friends, wishing them a very merry Christmas. The Mineola Golden Age Club is one of the jewels of the Mineola community. This year, it celebrated its 45th anniversary. Senator Martins is an honorary member.
Senator Jack M. Martins (R-Mineola) and Mineola Mayor Scott Strauss recently congratulated the Mineola AARP on its 25th anniversary.
Senator Martins thanked the members for their efforts on behalf of local seniors and presented a copy of a legislative resolution he sponsored honoring their milestone anniversary. The legislation was passed by the New York State Senate, ensuring that the Mineola AARP’s 25 years of community service will forever be part of the Senate’s official record.
Senator Martins (left) and Mayor Strauss (right) are pictured as they present a copy of the legislative resolution to Mineola AARP President David Keefe.