LIREG, members contribute $20,500 total to Long Beach hurricane relief

February 12, 2013 - Long Island

LIREG co-presidents Sam Yedid, left, of the Melville law firm Lazer, Aptheker, Rosella & Yedid, PC, and Brad Cronin, right, of the
Cronin & Cronin Law Firm, PLLC, of Mineola, presented the funds to
Beach City Council president Scott Mandel, ce

The Long Island Real Estate Group and individual members contributed $20,500 for Hurricane Sandy relief for two Long Beach institutions devastated by the storm: The Long Beach Senior Center and the Long Beach Recreational Center. The funds included a $15,000 contribution by the real estate networking and philanthropic group and $5,500 raised at a Jan. 24 benefit cocktail party at the Old Westbury Golf & Country.
LIREG, formed in 2004 to encourage networking among Long Island real estate developers, owners and allied trades and to raise funds for charitable real estate-related projects on Long Island, has 300 members. Since its founding, LIREG has contributed more than $670,000 to numerous real estate-related projects undertaken by charities on Long Island
For more information on upcoming events, please visit LIREG's website.

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