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Saturday, November 1, 2014
Lynbrook High School student Owen Daly helped PTA parent Melissa Fabel load food into a van for the PTA’s annual food drive to benefit the Mary Brennan INN.
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Lynbrook's costumed Good Samaritans
Courtesy Rosemary Leonetti/Syntax
The Lynbrook High School Leadership/Key Club sponsored a holiday blood drive. Leadership/Key Club officer Dana Fader (left) helped Ally Sanchez fill out her paperwork before she donated blood.

In an annual Lynbrook High School tradition, the Lynbrook High School Leadership/Key Club sponsored its annual canned food drive to benefit the food pantries at the Hewlett-East Rockaway Jewish Center and Our Lady of Peace Church in Lynbrook.

On Nov. 21, the club also sponsored a “Costumes for Sandy Day.” Students were asked to wear costumes to school. Each student who wore a costume was asked to contribute a donation to the club’s Hurricane Sandy relief efforts.

Completing a trio of holiday community service events, the club also ran a blood drive on the same day. This event helped to replenish local blood banks in time for the holiday season, when demand tends to be high and supplies are typically low.

While the Leadership/Key Club was collecting canned foods, the Lynbrook High School PTA sponsored a hot food drive to benefit the Mary Brennan INN. Participants were asked to bring in homemade holiday dishes to be served at the INN’s annual Thanksgiving dinner.

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