HAVERSTRAW, NY -A Historic and Special Day in Rockland County
The county unveiled a historical marker recognizing the first African-American church in Rockland County which was built in 1846. Clinton Street, in Haverstraw, was renamed HAAC Way in recognition of the organization Haverstraw African American Connection.
Haverstraw African American Connection was founded by North Rockland HS graduate Virgina Norfleet. Norfleet embodies the term community leader. In attendance was County Executive Ed Day and Senator James Skoufis.
Town of Orangetown Collecting Valentine’s Day Cards for OPERATION LOVE OUR SENIOR CITIZENS
ORANGEBURG, NY – Valentine’s Day is a day when we show love to those who mean the most to us. From our significant others to our best friends, school friends to colleague’s, family members near and far, this day has turned into a yearly reminder to let the people we love hear it.
30 Year Rockland Paramedic Robert Sobel Retirement Ceremony
WEST NYACK, NY – Rockland Paramedic Robert Sobel has served for 33 years as an EMT and paramedic in the Town of Clarkstown.
On Wednesday, January 13, 2020 was his last day of service. Clarkstown Supervisor George Hoehmann, Clarkstown Police Department Chief McCullagh, and Detective LT. Ronan presented a certificate recognizing his service on behalf of the Town of Clarkstown.
Crews were on hand from New City Ambulance Corps, Nanuet Community Ambulance Corps., Congers-Valley Cottage Volunteer Ambulance Corps, Nyack Community Ambulance Corps and Rockland Paramedic Services.
Video via Rockland Fires.
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