Colonial Volunteers Help at Walk to Fight Breast Cancer

Early on the morning of Saturday June 8th members of Colonials Community Volunteer Corps, sponsored by Colonial Youth and Family Services, helped at the Long Island Walk to Fight Breast Cancer. Volunteer members and staff arrived at 6:00am at Smith Point Beach to help set up for the walk.

Volunteers helped set up the staging and breakfast area for the 600 walkers. After setting up the staging area and watching the opening ceremonies volunteers moved on to the Marina to set up the lunch area. Event organizers thanked the volunteers for their service and invited them back to help again next year. This is the Sixteenth year that Colonials Community Volunteers helped at this event.

If you are a student presently in grade 6 through 12 in the William Floyd School District and would like to make your community a better place call 631-281-4461 and ask for Ray or Sam to get registration information.

If you would like to make a monetary contribution to support this project all donations are greatly appreciated.

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