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Mangano Performs Vow Renewals At “Spring Fling”

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Nassau County Executive Edward P. Mangano (4th left) and his wife Linda hosted over 400 residents on the first day of spring, in a ceremony ...

Nassau County, NY - April 2, 2014 - Nassau County Executive Edward P. Mangano (4th left) and his wife Linda hosted over 400 residents on the first day of spring, in a ceremony celebrating a late Valentine’s Day. A winter storm in February caused the county to delay the much anticipated event until spring. The three couples pictured with County Executive Mangano and his wife were each married more than 65 years. Shown above from left to right are; Edward and Audrey Coyne of Plainview, County Executive & Mrs. Mangano, Helen and Michael Grella of Hicksville, and Stanley and Bernice Ulanoff of Roslyn who celebrated 67 years of married bliss. These couple joined with hundreds of other Nassau county residents who renewed their vows, and were treated to lunch and an afternoon of live music and dancing at The Coral House.

For information on the many programs available for Nassau County senior citizens, County Executive Mangano invites you to visit the Nassau County Office for the Aging’s website at The website is useful in identifying the many resources available to senior citizens and their caregivers. If you have any questions or need additional assistance, please contact the Help-Line at (516) 227-8900.

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