Patchogue Lions Club Hosts “Christmas in June” for Local School Children at Boomer’s Family Fun Center

Annual Event Sponsored by Gershow Recycling

Pictured (back row, left to right): Tom Ferb, Brian Becker, and Paul Felice.
Pictured (middle row, l-r): Marvin Matios, Lou Giordano, Charlie Baker, Jonathan Abrams (holding check), Peter Feehan, Vito LaMonica (holding check), Chris Bergman, Dan King, Hal Kramer, Sammy Stahlman, and Alex Bergman.
Kneeling (l-r): Zeyad El-Gawish, Alyssa Bergman, Leann Isabelle, Amanda Droll, Caroline Isabella, Sandi Rubi and Jesus Cruz.

The Patchogue Lions Club held its thirteenth annual “Christmas in June” event on June 20 at Boomer’s Family Fun Center in Medford. For the eighth consecutive year, as part of its ongoing community service, Gershow Recycling sponsored the event by donating $2,500.

Approximately 140 school children from seven elementary schools in the Patchogue-Medford School District were chosen to participate in this year’s event by their respective principals. Since the Patchogue Lions Club has started “Christmas in June,” more than 1,500 children have participated in this fun-filled event.

“This was a nice way to give these children an opportunity to have some fun and spend the day with their friends,” said Event Chairman Vito LaMonica, who is also Past President of the Patchogue Lions Club. “It gave the children a place to enjoy themselves, especially with the school year drawing to a close.”

Children were treated to lunch and then given full access for several hours to attractions, including rides, go-carts, wall climbing, bumper boats, and arcade games. They also received baseball caps, courtesy of Gershow.

We were very happy in joining with the Patchogue Lions Club to make this day possible for these children,” said Gershow Manager Jonathan Abrams. “They always have a great time here. With the summer season beginning, the timing couldn’t be better.”

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