Taste of the Good Life
Jericho, NY (PRWEB) December 25, 2008
The Meadowbrook Pointe Homeowners Association presented a check for over $2,700 to the Interfaith Nutrition Network (INN) at their 2nd annual Toys for Tots event December 13, 2008 at Meadowbrook Pointe. Homeowner Association Board members Ron Sosnick, Judge Zelda Jonas, and David Goldstein made the presentation to Cynthia Sucich, Director of Communications for the INN.
"This donation," Ms. Sucich noted, "will provide dinner for the entire INN for two nights".
The check represented the proceeds from the "Taste of the Good Life" fundraiser held at Meadowbrook Pointe in November. At the event, homeowners and guests sampled food donated by local restaurants such as Ben's Deli, Max's Appetizing of Woodmere, California Pizza Kitchen, Garden Gourmet, Mama Felicia's, Mario's Pizza and Galleria. Other local restaurants included Polo Lounge, Pier 441, La Nonna Bella, Tesoro Ristorante, and Fortune Chinese Restaurant. Wine was provided by Martin Scott Wines and dessert from Dove Chocolates.
About Meadowbrook Pointe: Meadowbrook Pointe is a 720-unit active adult lifestyle community replete with a 25,000 square foot clubhouse on the former site of the Roosevelt Raceway. Clubhouse amenities include: Indoor and Outdoor Pools, Fitness center, Aerobic room, Sport Lounge, Card Room, Billiards, Theatre, Business Center, Café and Salon with Spa and future Tennis Courts.
Meadowbrook Pointe is being developed by The Beechwood Organization is one of the largest developers of residential housing in New York. Over the past two decades, Beechwood has developed over 55 communities as well as a unique riverfront community at Harbour Pointe at Shorehaven in the Bronx. Additionally, Beechwood has partnered with the Benjamin Companies to develop an award winning, smart-growth master planned community in the Rockaways, Arverne By The Sea. When complete, this mixed-use community will have approximately 2,300 homes and be one of the largest oceanfront revitalization projects in the Northeast.
About the Interfaith Nutrition Network: The Interfaith Nutrition Network (INN) started in 1983 as a small soup kitchen in Hempstead, New York to help the hungry and homeless people of Long Island. As word about this soup kitchen spread, more communities on Long Island began to open them as well. There are a total of 19 operating soup kitchens on Long Island that are associated with the INN and is the largest private social service agency of its kind on Long Island.