Huntington Awareness Community Partnership - For Unity in the Community © 2016 | All Rights Reserved
Click the link below for all details pertaining to this year's Unity Day Festival. Are you a Vendor? Sponsor? Volunteer? Click the link below for what you need to know for Huntington Awareness.
Click the link below to check out all of the pics from September 10th, 2016!
Huntington Union Free School District
Director of Facilities
Huntington Station Resident
Community Engagement, Leadership, Education, Social Services, Management
In the mid to late 1950's the Federal Government launched their infamous "Urban Renewal" plan which demolished, devastated and destroyed hundreds of flourishing cities and towns around the U.S. The chaotic plan flattened nearly one third of Boston, America's oldest city, and reduced the original Huntington Station (known then as 'Old Town') from a thriving, well integrated downtown center to a parking lot.
Our vision for Unity Day is to unite our community, to raise awareness for necessary revitalization and to reclaim and rebuild Huntington Station together.
1264 New York Avenue, Huntington Station, NY, United States +1.6314700636 UnityDayParade@gmail.com
A group of local folks who meet monthly and even weekly to make Huntington Awareness Day a reality. A great big THANK YOU to our officers and committee members!
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Our goal is to raise awareness and inspire togetherness and solidarity throughout the community. The Unity Festival and Week of Multinational Culture that follows was created to bring us all together and celebrate our neighbors, families and local businesses.
Huntington Station Enrichment Center
Service: Chairperson of Dolan Family Health Center, Huntington Hospital Trustee, Executive Vice President: Huntington Station Business Improvement District (BID), Board of Directors: Huntington Township Chamber of Commerce, Former President of NAACP Huntington Branch 1993-2013