Category: In The News

Local resident honored at Vietnam Babylift 45th Anniversary Event

Local resident honored at Vietnam Babylift 45th Anniversary Event

Local resident Lana Mae Noone, a participant in the Vietnam Babylift, April, 1975, was recently honored at the Babylift 45th Anniversary event on November 8th. Lana’s Grandson, Jayden Alexander Chul-soo Noone performed Taps on the Trumpet and Granddaughter Heather Marie Song-Yee Noone was a Production Assistant for the outdoor socially distanced program. “Children of theThe …

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GC Resident Featured On Television Show

GC Resident Featured On Television Show

Local resident Lana Mae Noone and her granddaughter Heather Marie Song Yee Noone, recently appeared on the Long Island Breakfast Club TV show, hosted by Valentina Janek and Gregg Cajuste. Lana discussed her extraordinary new play about the Vietnam Babylift, Children of the April Rain and Heather sang her award-winning original song Stay Up. Heather, a 17 year …

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Former ‘Snapple Lady’ shared her story with the Long Island Breakfast Club

By Nakeem Grant Roughly 40 residents attended the Long Island Breakfast Club’s meeting last month at the Bristal Assisted Living in Garden City. The club was able to book former Snapple spokeswoman Wendy Kaufman, once known as the Snapple Lady. Kaufman got to share stories about her life and career and how she dealt with job …

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Long Island Breakfast Club helps to aid essential workers

By Nakeem Grant Long Island Breakfast Club recently partnered with 200 essential workers at Northwell Health in Valley Stream to support them for their efforts during the coronavirus pandemic. The Breakfast Club donated free therapeutic salt treatments throughout July for essential workers at the Tranquility Spa in Franklin Square. “We’re fully committed to the community and …

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