SAVE THE DATE: April 1, 2017 LIPC Luncheon at Timberpoint Country Club

February 14th, 2017

The Long Island Progressive Coalition invites you to celebrate 38 years of the LIPC. Please join us for lunch at the Timberpoint Country Club, as we celebrate some truly wonderful Long Islanders who have made this a better place to live.

In 2017,  we honor the following progressive Long Islanders:

 

Michele Lynch

Retired SEIU 1199 UHE

Diana Coleman Award for Progressive Leadership

Anthony Speelman

UFCW Local 1500

Bill Pickering Labor Leader Award

Benjetta Miller

AQE Education Leader

Frank Scott Education Award

Elaine Gross

Erase Racism

Long Islander Who Has Made A Difference

David Kapell

Right Track for Long Island Coalition

Long Islander Who Has Made A Difference

Larry Levy

National Center for Suburban Studies at Hofstra University

Long Islander Who Has Made A Difference

Rahsmia Zatar

Strong Youth

Long Islander Who Has Made A Difference

For more information and to register this event please visit us at: lipcluncheon2017.eventbrite.com  or

Luncheon Invite PDF

For further information please  call John at 516-541-1006×10or email at john@lipc.org

 

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