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After nearly 20 years of service to HeartShare ,Greg Arisilde will be leaving HeartShare to work for the PBA. Greg has worked his way from tech to network administrator. Please wish him the best in his new endeavor.

I am happy to report that replacing Greg will be Glorianne Vetrano. Glorianne comes to HeartShare with a wealth of knowledge and experience.

Lets wish Greg well and Welcome Glorianne

Joe Guarinello

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HSVS Fashion Show on June 7th. Share this FB event with friends. Buy your tickets today!

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  • Congrats to Board Member Frank Maresca on his new role as Vice President of Mutual Fund & Retirement Solutions Product Management at Broadridge Financial Solutions.
  • We celebrated our frontline staff at Everyday Heroes. What does it mean to be a DSP? (VIDEO).
  • We raced to the finish line at the TD Five Boro Bike Tour. Congrats to our team, including our very own Board Member Johnny Johnston and Payroll Director Alex Bethea. Thanks to Danielle Eaton for an awesome Instagram takeover!

 Join the Communications Committee call on Thursday, 5/24 at 3 p.m.

Dial (712) 451-0462 and use access code 504976.

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 EVENTS:                                                

Sunday, May 20, 2018        Buckley’s-Kennedy’s 5K Run

Thurs, May 31, 2018           Education Services Dinner Dance

Thursday, June 7, 2018       Slay Tre Fashion Show

Tuesday, June 12, 2018      Bill Guarinello Golf Outing

Sun, Nov 4, 2018                 NYC Marathon

For those reading a hard copy of this Agency Update, all hyperlinked items may be found on the News & Events page of our websites.

Please help support Joey’s Ride and Goal

Dear Colleagues,

This Sunday, May 6th, Joey Benfante, a member of the HeartShare community, will be riding in the Five Boro Bike Tour with HeartShare’s 2018 Bike Team!

Joey lives in our Attardi Residence and through our Community Habilitation Program, learned to ride a bike thanks to the commitment of his DSP. While he started locally learning safety and skills in Dyker Heights, he then started riding everywhere from the Brooklyn Bridge to the Long Beach Boardwalk! Joey was featured in our 2017 Annual Report and his goal was to ride in the NYC Five Boro Bike Tour. As we do in all of our programs, we are helping Joey reach his potential and fulfill his dreams.

I invite all of you to support Joey’s efforts and this tremendous accomplishment. While his goal is to raise $1,500, we can far exceed that. If even half of our staff members contribute $10 – Joey can raise over $10,000!

You can learn about Joey’s efforts and make a donation in support of his journey here: https://www.grouprev.com/heartsharetdbiketour-joey-benfante

 Every gift counts and your support makes a difference. Go Joey!!

Sincerely,

Linda

Executive Director

Developmental Disabilities Services