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Five Towns Kiwanis & Santino bring new video kiosk to Long Island Children's Museum

Five Towns Kiwanis and Town of Hempstead Senior Councilman Anthony J. Santino joined together to donate a new video kiosk to the Long Island Children's Museum that will make modernize information dissemination at the museum.

Five Towns Kiwanis had spent many months fundraising and working toward providing this technological upgrade to the museum which is a frequent field trip for many elementary and middle school students.

In addition to praising the club for their work obtaining the kiosk, Councilman Santino also commended Five Towns Kiwanis for sponsoring an annual field trip to the museum for the children of the Five Towns Child Care Center.

Pictured (L to R) in front of the newly installed Children's Museum kiosk are (L to R) Barry Ringelheim, Ponte Teramo, Brian C. Rappaport, Vincent Geraci, Martin E. Schwartz, Five Towns Kiwanis President Dr. Freddy Seltzer, Senior Councilman Anthony J. Santino, Anthony Campanile and Long Island Children's Museum President Suzanne LeBlanc.
jordan kess March 19, 2014 at 10:17 AM
wait...so they spend hundreds of thousands of dollars to modernize dissemination of already available museum info??? Museum will be open at 9am today...geeez

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