Dianne Parker, the original Executive Director of Leadership and the Huntington Township Chamber Foundation with an early dedicated sponsor, Robert Scheiner of H2M Architects & Engineers. Photo by Katheryn Laible Diversity. This concept of developing
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The Adventures of Craig & Trudy Chapter 3: Lesson in Community Trusteeship, The Huntington Township Chamber Foundation
Libby Hubbard and Arthur Goldstein, two extraordinary community trustees of the Town of Huntington. Photo by Katheryn Laible The Early History of the Huntington Township Chamber Foundation Leadership Huntington was founded by members of the
Some notes on a few of the temperament styles. Photo by Trudy Fitzsimmons What would you do with an extra $300? Pat and Craig Rider used it to make a dream come true. During their
My name is Trudy Fitzsimmons and, as Kate Laible said, “Craig Rider and I are up to something,” So, here we will give a little history of Leadership Huntington and what it has meant to
We are grateful to know great librarians. Recently, we’ve thoroughly enjoyed working with Ellen Druda, who is doing incredible things for the Coltrane Home Project. We also deeply appreciate Susan Goldberg, who’s known to have people who happen to stand next to her smiling, and who has built a library for Elwood. We were privileged to work with Michelle Lauer-Bader on crafting “Community Conversations,” and have caught her around town helping out Long Island Cares since her own retirement. Recently, we had the opportunity to nominate one for national recognition through the “I Love My Librarian” award. For that, we chose Helen Crosson, who we find embodies and amplifies the spirit of the American Library.