(SYOSSET, N.Y.) - Ahead of the new school year, Nassau County Legislator Joshua Lafazan (Woodbury) teamed up with New York Life Insurance Company agent Stephanie Fisch, CLTC, who works out of the company’s Long Island General Office located in Melville, and the Syosset Fire Department to host a family-friendly day of fun, festivities, and safety tips at the firehouse on Saturday, August 28. During the event, nearly 40 children participated, and their parents received a free identification card with the youngster’s photo, fingerprints, and other vital information. Children also had the opportunity to get their face painted, play games, and enjoy delicious snacks as they learned vital tips to stay safe.
“It’s especially important to work with families so that they can begin the new school year with peace of mind,” Legislator Lafazan said. “I’m proud to partner with Ms. Fisch and the Syosset Fire Department to provide families with important resources to keep children safe.”
“The event was very successful! We are proud to provide parents with the tools they need to ensure a happier and safer environment for children in our community. New York Life’s commitment to ensuring the safety of our children goes hand in hand with the important work that New York Life and I do each and every day - helping individuals, families, and businesses to achieve financial security and peace of mind during life’s most challenging times,” said New York Life agent Stephanie Fisch, CLTC.
The next Child ID Event will take place on Friday, Sept. 17 from 1-5 p.m. at the Freeport Recreation Center at 130 Merrick Road in Freeport.