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Mangano Partners With Drug Free LI To Offer Free Health & Wellness Day On June 11th

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Mangano and Massapequa Park-based Drug Free Long Island (DFLI) invite residents to a free educational and inspirational day of Health & Wellness on Saturday, June 11th.

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A free educational and inspirational day of Health & Wellness will be held on Saturday, June 11th from 11am to 4pm at Marjorie Post Park in Massapequa.

Massapequa, NY - June 1, 2016 - Nassau County Executive Edward P. Mangano and Massapequa Park-based Drug Free Long Island (DFLI) invite residents to a free educational and inspirational day of Health & Wellness on Saturday, June 11th from 11am to 4pm at Marjorie Post Park in Massapequa. The event will feature guest speakers on Reiki, Hypnosis, Fitness & Diet, and ways to Balance Life. There will also be games for children, a barbeque, vendors and music.

“My administration and Drug Free Long Island are committed to working together to educate residents and combat heroin and pain pill addiction in our community,” said County Executive Mangano. “Through education, awareness, treatment and enforcement, we are saving lives and keeping families whole.”

Event sponsors include: State Senator Michael Venditto; State Assemblyman Joseph Saladino; County Legislator James Kennedy; Town Supervisor John Venditto; Big Al’s Family Fitness; YES Community Counseling Center – in Levittown & Massapequa; Lions club of Massapequa; Massapequa Takes Action (MTA); Kiwanis of Massapequa; Macaroni Kid; Dental Expediting Services; and Astoria Federal.

DFLI’s mission is to advance through public awareness, education, empowerment and advocacy the transformation of Long Island into DRUG FREE environments for the general safety, health and welfare of our children and all the members of our communities. The volunteer members join with like-minded coalitions and community based organizations to “rid Long Island of Heroin, other drugs and drug dealers.

For more information, please contact Drug Free Long Island at (516) 203-7486.