5 Favorite Moments from #TLPinElmont: “A Conversation with Sophia Sunshine Vilceus”

There’s no place like home. Just ask Elmont native, Sophia Sunshine Vilceus, author of the best-selling novel, The Last Pew: Journeying Back To God’s Will After An Affair.  On Saturday, February 27th, Sophia welcomed childhood friends, family, and supporters of her literary debut to The Sanctuary Church in Elmont for, “Meet the Author: A Conversation withContinue reading “5 Favorite Moments from #TLPinElmont: “A Conversation with Sophia Sunshine Vilceus””

3 Propositions for New York State

The Editorial Board, Newsday: Long Island voters will decide on several ballot propositions in addition to the top-ticket races this upcoming election. Here are Newsday’s recommendations. State Proposition: Reject NY State proposal on redistricting New York has an awful method of drawing electoral maps. The once-a-decade process often produces twisted political boundaries for Assembly, SenateContinue reading “3 Propositions for New York State”

Review: We Met the Candidates

The Excelsior was in attendance this past Monday, together with an audience of residents, who came to hear the candidates for elected office share their views regarding Elmont, Nassau County and the State of New York. The non-partisan event was sponsored by the Elmont Community Coalition Council (CCC) and featured candidates for State Assembly, Senate, Nassau CountyContinue reading “Review: We Met the Candidates”

Meet the Candidates Night, 7 p.m.

The Elmont Community Coalition Council invites you to “Meet the Candidates” night at Elmont Public Library (7 p.m.). The Elmont Community Coalition Council is a band of local civic associations, or volunteer groups in the Elmont area, including: Argo, East End, Parkhurst and Tudor Manor Civic Associations. A Note from the Organizers: This November, weContinue reading “Meet the Candidates Night, 7 p.m.”

Election Day is November 4th

  Election Day is four weeks away – Tuesday November 4th – and several public figures want to ensure everyone is aware. New York State Board of Elections requires voter registration be postmarked 25 days before the election – Friday October 10th – and received no less than 20 days before the election – WednesdayContinue reading “Election Day is November 4th”