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Kohl's Cares Scholarship Program Accepting Nominations for Outstanding Young Volunteers

Kohl's Cares Scholarship Program Accepting Nominations for Outstanding Young Volunteers

The Kohl's Cares Scholarship program will honor more than 2,300 youth, ages 6-18, who have made a positive impact on their communities with more than $425,000 in scholarships and prizes. Nominations for outstanding young volunteers are being accepted Feb. 1 - March 15.

DC-Based Music School Opens in Port Washington

DC-Based Music School Opens in Port Washington

Bach To Rock, a DC-based music school for kids, recently opened a location in Port Washington. The programs teach children to play instruments, including the guitar, drums, and percussion, in classes and group and individual lessons. The facility also includes a high-tech recording studio.

New Children's Salon Opens in East Northport

New Children's Salon Opens in East Northport

Snip-its, a children's salon, is now open in East Northport. The salon offers regular hair cuts and styling, as well as spa services and birthday parties.

Stronger Together at Camp Good Grief

Stronger Together at Camp Good Grief

Camp Good Grief on Long Island provides bereaved children a place to gather, grieve, and grow in order to cope with their loss.

On-the-Go Spa Parties Business Opens Storefront

On-the-Go Spa Parties Business Opens Storefront

Ritzy Glitzy Girlz Club, known for their traveling spa birthday parties for girls throughout NYC and Long Island, will open a storefront in New Hyde Park. While it will still offer spa parties in your home for girls ages 4-14, the store will offer services for girls of all ages.

4KidCal iPhone App Back on Shelves

4KidCal iPhone App Back on Shelves

The voice interactive calendar to help parents and children with time management and organization, 4KidCal, has temporarily been pulled out of the iPhone app store due to technical difficulties. Once updated, the 4KidsCal app will be offered for free for an entire day.

Long Island Healthy-Living Club Adds Classes for Girls With Special Needs

Long Island Healthy-Living Club Adds Classes for Girls With Special Needs

Oh My Girls!, a healthy lifestyle club for girls on Long Island, recently added classes for girls with special needs to their offerings. OMG! offers cooking and fitness classes, as well as a health club that teaches girls to make healthy choices in a safe, parent-free, after-school environment.

Math Tutoring Center for Kids Will Open in Wantagh

Math Tutoring Center for Kids Will Open in Wantagh

Mathnasium, a math-tutoring center for Long Island children will open a new location on the South Shore of Long Island, serving children in Merrick, Bellmore, and Massapequa. Mathnasium offers tutoring services for children in kindergarten through 12th grade.

'Heart of Bethpage' Spreads Holiday Cheer to Long Island Children

'Heart of Bethpage' Spreads Holiday Cheer to Long Island Children

Bethpage Federal Credit Union sponsored various holiday programs throughout Long Island to provide toys and support to the area's underprivileged children this holiday season.

Portledge Students Transform Memories into Art with Long Island Senior Center

Portledge Students Transform Memories into Art with Long Island Senior Center

Portledge School students in Locust Valley, NY visit Atria Glen Cove senior center to unveil Memory Projects, an exhibit featuring works inspired by the residents of Atria in honor of National Alzheimer's Disease Awareness Month.

A Long Island Nonprofit Helps Military Moms-to-Be through Operation Shower

A Long Island Nonprofit Helps Military Moms-to-Be through Operation Shower

Operation Shower, a Long Island nonprofit organization, provides baby showers for expectant moms of military families to help ease the burden of deployment.

Usdan Center Extends Tuition Freeze Through January 31

Usdan Center Extends Tuition Freeze Through January 31

The Usdan Center, a summer arts day camp for kids on Long Island, is offering reduced tuition for its 2013 programs through Jan. 31. Usdan extended its tuition freeze due to the continuing effects of Hurricane Sandy on the Long Island and NYC communities.

A Long Island Charity's Fight Against Breast Cancer, One Photo at A Time

A Long Island Charity's Fight Against Breast Cancer, One Photo at A Time

A local charity in Long Island, Moms Who Kick, are fighting breast cancer by raising money for breast cancer research and to increase awareness about breast cancer.

How Long Island Businesses Are Rebuilding After Sandy

Much of the East Coast was damaged by Hurricane Sandy, dubbed as by media as "Frankenstorm," and many businesses on Long Island are hosting fundraiser events and can use your help as they help to rebuild the community.

L.E.A.D. Empowers Girls Through Dance

L.E.A.D. Empowers Girls Through Dance

Seven Long Island women created L.E.A.D., Live Empowered And Dance, to mentor at-risk girls in the neighborhood.

Growing Tree Nursery School Revamps Computer Center

Growing Tree Nursery School Revamps Computer Center

Growing Tree Nursery School recently updated its computer center with new Apple computers, iPads, and the most advanced programs and media materials Apple has to offer. Children are able to use the new computer center at least three times per week.

Children's Therapy Practice Adds Individual and Group Classes

Children's Therapy Practice Adds Individual and Group Classes

Sensational Development, a private occupational therapy practice for children and young adults, recently added individual and group therapy classes for residents in Nassau and Suffolk counties.

Halloween Candy Buy Back Program Hosted by Merrick Dentist Office to Send Sweets to U.S. Troops

Halloween Candy Buy Back Program Hosted by Merrick Dentist Office to Send Sweets to U.S. Troops

Every Halloween, many collect more candy and sweet treats to last them the entire year. Donate extra Halloween candy at the second annual Candy Buy Back program hosted by Merrick Pediatric Dentistry and help send a smile to U.S. troops stationed around the world.

Long Beach Resident Receives Disability Leadership Award

Long Beach Resident Receives Disability Leadership Award

Dr. Jon Feingold of Long Beach received the 2012 MassMutual Disability Leadership Award for his work in the special needs community.

New York Children's Theater Festival Accepting Submissions for Spring 2013 Productions

New York Children's Theater Festival Accepting Submissions for Spring 2013 Productions

Beginning Oct. 1, 2012 through Nov. 12, 2012, the New york Children's Theater Festival will be accepting submissions for its spring 2013 productions, encouraging people from all over the world to write live children's entertainment.

Invite Reptiles to Your Child's Next Birthday Bash

Invite Reptiles to Your Child's Next Birthday Bash

My Reptile Guys, an Atlanta-based birthday party entertainment business, now offers their three party packages in the New York metro area. Each party includes reptiles visiting your home, the birthday or girl is involved in the show, and a petting zoo experience after the show.

Be the Next Children's Place Superstar

Be the Next Children's Place Superstar

The Children's Place is launching its second annual model search this fall to discover its next superstar who will win round-trip air transportation to the glamorous photo shoot and a $500 gift card to spend on all of the latest styles.

Woodbury Boutique Offers Appropriate Dresses for Tweens, Teens

Woodbury Boutique Offers Appropriate Dresses for Tweens, Teens

Fetch Boutique, located in Woodbury, sells age-appropriate, affordable dresses for all special occasions, including bar/bat mitzvah, prom, and graduations. The boutique is a "trendy, fresh, hip" store, and local teens model the dresses.

Disney Store Donates School Supplies to Boys and Girls Clubs of America

Disney Store Donates School Supplies to Boys and Girls Clubs of America

In partnership with The Walt Disney Company, Disney Store will donate 25,000 school supply kits to children at the Boys and Girls Club of America, adding a little back-to-school magic as kids nationwide prepare to return to the classroom this fall.

Two Nassau Preschools Teach Students About Special Needs

Two Nassau Preschools Teach Students About Special Needs

The Growing Tree Nursery and The Growing Tree North have piloted an American Sign Language program designed to teach preschoolers sign language. The preschools also teach students about other disabilities, like blindness, as a way to raise awareness for those with special needs.




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