2010-06-16 / Columnists

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Walmart supports America’s troops

Walmart, located in the Sunrise Mall, Massapequa, donated $1,000 to Adopt-A-Battalion (AAB). Themoney will be used to pay the shipping cost of needed items they collect to support our brave men and women serving in Iraq and Afghanistan. AAB is a nonprofit tax-exempt 501{c] 3 organization. Donations may be sent to Adopt-ABattalion, 2 Eastgate Rd., Massapequa Park, N.Y. 11762. Donated items such as snacks and travel-size toiletries may be brought to the Knights of Columbus Hall at the above address any Saturday between 9 a.m. and noon.

Shown, left to right, are Adopt-ABattalion Secretary Treasurer Vincent Ortolani, Walmart Vision Center Manager Sue O’Reilly, Walmart Store Manager Arvin Achan, Adopt-A-Battalion Chairman Jack Parker and Adopt-ABattalion Director Henry Aginley. Promotional items for local businesses are printed at no charge as space permits. Readers and business owners can submit items for this column to us at acjnews@ rcn.com or via U.S. Postal Service at 1045B Park Blvd., Massapequa Park NY 11762

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