A Starry Night In Cedarhurst
With Mayor Andrew J. Parise are Nassau County Executive Edward Mangano and Town of Hempstead Supervisor Kate Murray. 1st row, L–R: Beth Raskin of Kulanu Academy, Anthony Campanile Sr. of 5 Towns Kiwanis, Jill Misikoff of Boulevard Riverside Chapels, Karen Duryea of Howie’s C & H Tree Service, Frances Saravia of Jildor Shoes, Heather Simek of TD Bank, and Trustee Myrna Zisman. 2nd row, L–R: Police Officer Denise Robbert with canine Finn, Police Officer Robert Kohlmier, and Sgt. Leslie Moulds (all of the 4th Precinct); Avi Goldfeder of Generators & Beyond; Jerry Bloomberg of LaToys Etc.; Frank Pasquale of Boulevard Riverside Chapels; Edward Mangano; Andrew J. Parise; Kate Murray; former county executive Thomas Suozzi; former county comptroller Howard Weitzman; and Shalom & Iris Maidenbaum of Maidenbaum Property Tax Reduction. Last Row, L–R: Howie Duryea of Howie’s Tree Service, Yoeli Steinberg of Gourmet Glatt, Ryan Koutsogiannis of TD Bank, Deputy Mayor Ben Weinstock, Trustees Ronald Lanzilotta and Ari Brown, County Legislator Howard Kopel, Adam Haber, and Village Administrator Sal Evola.
Nassau County Executive Edward Mangano, Legislator Howard Kopel, Town of Hempstead Supervisor Kate Murray, and Town of Hempstead Senior Councilman Anthony J. Santino joined Mayor Andrew J. Parise at Jewish Night as part of the Village of Cedarhurst’s Tuesday Night Concerts Under The Gazebo.
The Twins From France delighted the children with acrobatics at the preshow and Yoni Z (Ziegelbaum) put on an outstanding performance with Mayer Erps on drums, Yanky Katina and Tuvia Greenberg on guitar, and Pesachya Septiness on keys. His energetic performance and powerful voice had the crowd on their feet. The crowd also enjoyed giveaways from Titanium Sponsor Gourmet Glatt.
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