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Saturday, May 28, 2016
Serving breakfast, raising money
Five Towns Community Chest collects nearly $1,600 for Early Childhood Learning Center in Inwood
Susan Grieco/Herald
The Fernandez family bonded over their morning meal at the Flapjack Breakfast.

Five Towns Community Chest’s second annual Flapjack Breakfast raised approximately $1,600 that will be used to help repair damage that occurred to the outdoor classroom and playground of the Early Childhood Learning Center in Inwood in Hurricane Sandy.

During two-hour event on May 18 at Applebee’s on Rockaway Boulevard, nearly 100 were served to the families of the Learning Center by 12 Community Chest Youth Board student volunteers and another dozen civic leaders, who greeted the families and bussed tables.


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