400 Crooked Hill Road
12:00 p.m. Wednesday, June 5, 2013
Networking | Business
Outreach, New York's leading nonprofit provider of life-changing drug and alcohol abuse treatment, will honor two prominent business leaders at the organization's 19th annual Long Island Luncheon on Wednesday, June 5, 2013. The event begins at noon at Outreach House, 400 Crooked Hill Road in Brentwood.
This year's honorees are John Durso, President, Long Island Federation of Labor & RWDSU, Local 338, and James J. Goldrick, Senior Vice President, New York Business Development Corp.
Brian Edwards, Executive Vice President and Marketing Director of Astoria Federal Savings' Retail Banking Group, is the luncheon chairman.
Now in its 33rd year of operation, Outreach is a nonprofit organization committed to addressing the issues stemming from drug and alcohol abuse by providing the highest quality of life-changing drug and alcohol treatment and staff training services. The agency is best known for its services for teenagers and their families; it has two residential programs dedicated to adolescent services and a number of outpatient programs.
"The Long Island business community continues to provide invaluable support to Outreach," said Kathleen Riddle, president of Outreach. "Both of this year's honorees have done a great service by getting involved with Outreach and dedicating time and resources for this issue that affects so many families on Long Island and elsewhere. We're so grateful for their compassion and support."
Tickets for the luncheon, priced at $250 per person and $2,500 per table of ten, and journal ads, are available via Outreach at 718-847-9233, ext. 2310. Or, you can visit the agency website at www.opiny.org.
If you or someone you know needs help with a drug or alcohol problem, please call Outreach at (718) 847-9233 or visit www.opiny.org.
firstname.lastname@example.org Tickets for the luncheon, priced at $250 per person and $2,500 per table of ten, and journal ads, are available via Outreach at 718-847-9233, ext. 2310. Or, you can visit the agency website at www.opiny.org.