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Thanksgiving Day Statement From Nassau County Executive Edward P. Mangano

“Thanksgiving is a time to gather with friends and family to celebrate all we have to be thankful for. On this day, we are reminded to appreciate the gifts of liberty and freedom which are not only precious, but also worthy of protection and care. We are truly fortunate to live in a nation that provides every individual the freedom to pursue the American Dream. With the holiday season underway let us be thankful for all the brave men and woman of the United States Armed forces who serve and protect these rights. Their courage and dedication must always be respected and remembered.”

Mangano Announces Increased DWI Patrols on Nassau Roads this “Black Wednesday” - Enforcement Initiative to Target Drunk Drivers Thanksgiving Week

Nassau County Executive Edward P. Mangano announced today that this upcoming Thanksgiving week, the Nassau County Police Department and Nassau County STOP DWI Coordinator will participate in a “STOP-DWI” program that allocates additional police officers to conduct an extensive DWI enforcement initiative. County Executive Mangano was joined by Rich Mallow State Executive Director of Mothers Against Drunk Driving (MADD), Marge Lee of DEDICATEDD, Brian Rosenberg of Restaurants Against Drunk Driving (RADD) and Larry Blessinger, owner of All Island Transportation.

Mangano Joins St. Francis as the Hospital Brings Thanksgiving to City of Long Beach Thousands of Residents, First Responders Enjoy Dinner at Long Beach Regional Catholic School

Nassau County Executive Edward P. Mangano today joined Alan. D. Guerci, M.D., President and CEO of St. Francis Hospital, The Heart Center® and volunteers at Long Beach Regional Catholic School to provide an early Thanksgiving dinner to more than 2,500 Long Beach residents and first responders. The City of Long Beach was one of Nassau County’s hardest hit communities by Hurricane Sandy, with many residents suffering severe damage to their homes.