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Farmingdale Maple Lanes Honored by Chamber of Commerce

Chamber holds its annual holiday party and 'Silver Anniversary Awards.'

Maple Lanes in Farmingdale was honored by the Chamber of Commerce at its annual holiday party. (Photo credit: Maple Lanes)
Maple Lanes in Farmingdale was honored by the Chamber of Commerce at its annual holiday party. (Photo credit: Maple Lanes)
Maple Family Centers’ Farmingdale Lanes was honored by the Farmingdale Chamber of Commerce recently at its annual installation of officers and directors Holiday Party and Silver Anniversary Awards.

The chamber’s board of directors, local business members, organizations and guests enjoyed an open bar, buffet, networking and photo opportunities. The event was held Thursday, Dec. 5 at Carlyle on the Green on the grounds of Bethpage State Park.

This year, the Chamber celebrated silver anniversary members in recognition of those with 25 years in Farmingdale. Fourteen members were honored, including the Farmingdale Federation of Teachers, Farmingdale Public Library, Farmingdale Public Schools, and more. Each has supported the “chamber's mission to preserve the quality, character and vitality of Farmingdale” for the past quarter of a century.

Farmingdale Lanes was among the esteemed group. During the awards, General Manager Craig Liguori accepted a Certificate of Recognition signed by Farmingdale Chamber of Commerce President Elizabeth Mignone and a New York State Assembly Citation signed by Assemblyman Joseph S. Saladino.

“We’re proud to have been a part of the Farmingdale Chamber of Commerce for the past 25 years," said Joe LaSpina, Vice President of Maple Family Centers. "We truly value the entire community of Farmingdale, our fellow businesses, and the friends we’ve made here. Farmingdale Lanes looks forward to serving the community for the next 25 years and beyond.”

Maple Family Centers is a Long Island-based, family-owned chain of five bowling centers stretching from Queens, Nassau and Suffolk counties and Clearwater, Florida. Maple Family Centers are actively involved in charity and their events have helped raise more than $500,000 for local charities over the last few years, organizers said.



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