A generous donation of $500 was made to the Stony Point Seals in memory of Iris Williams, beloved mother of councilman Keith Williams. The donation was made from Feerick, Nugent and MacCartney PLLC.
Jimmy was born and raised in Garnerville, and attended St. Gregory Barbarigo, Albertus Magnus, and RCC. He was a son, a brother, an uncle, and a friend… until he was killed by a hit‐and‐run driver in Pearl River on May 31, 2009.
Let’s not forget this kind Rockland man whose killer has still not been found. Join us https://aucasinosonline.com/ as we honor Jimmy’s love of life by saving the lives of others in need through blood donation that some good may come of this awful tragedy.
The blood drive will be held in the RHO Building from 3-9 pm at Patriot Hills 5 Clubhouse Lane, Stony Point.
The Rockland Journal News recently published an article about the Stony Point Seals 2012 Polar Plunge. Read the full article in the Journal News here.
Here is an excerpt of this year’s article:
STONY POINT — As temperatures drop, the Stony Point Seals are getting pumped up to make another plunge into the Hudson River.
The Stony Point Seals, a 501(c)(3) charitable organization, has been raising money to help local families with children who have extraordinary medical needs.
The 13th annual Polar Plunge, set for Feb. 5, at Grassy Point sea wall, will benefit 5-year-old Brandon Hernandez, who was born with a heart defect called hypertrophic cardiomyopathy and has been diagnosed with Noonan syndrome.
We hope you join us this year! Click here to participate in the 2012 Polar Plunge.
Articles from previous polar plunges:
Our 2012 child is 5 yr old Brandon Hernandez of West Haverstraw. Please check out our new web site which should be up in a day or two for all the info about Brandon. You can then learn more about Brandon by clicking here.
With our new site you will be able to make donations thru Pay Pal. Stay tuned for more info.