New York State Assemblyman Michael Durso in partnership with Nassau County Executive Bruce Blakeman and Village of Massapequa Park Mayor Dan Pearl recently hosted a Free Naloxone (Narcan) Training at Massapequa Park Village Hall.
Assemblyman Michael Durso was recently invited to be a guest reader at Birch Lane Elementary School in Massapequa Park as part of their PARP (Pick A Reading Partner) Program.
Assemblyman Durso presents Commemorative Designation sign to Mr. & Mrs. Thomas Kennelly.
Group Photo – Pictured L to R: Massapequa Park Village Trustee Dana Durso, Nassau County Legislator James Kennedy, Oyster Bay Councilman Tom Hand, Senator John Brooks, Mr. & Mrs. Thomas Kennelly, Assemblyman Durso, Dan Kennelly, Tom Kennelly Jr., Oyster Bay Town Supervisor Joseph Saladino, Oyster Bay Receiver of Taxes Jeffrey Pravato, Massapequa Park Mayor Dan Pearl, and Bill Daly.
Assemblyman Michael Durso (R-Massapequa Park) joined the American Legion and American Legion Auxiliary Post 1738 in West Islip in congratulating Kayla and Samantha Miller on their recent trip to New York Girls State.
Assemblyman Michael Durso, in coordination with Long Island Cares and ShopRite Massapequa, recently held a 2-day food collection event to address the critical need for food assistance throughout Long Island communities.
Assemblyman Michael Durso (Massapequa Park) recently celebrated eighteen extraordinary women from the 9th Assembly District at his 2nd Annual Women of Distinction Awards Ceremony.
Pictured:Assemblyman Michael Durso (center) with members of the Suffolk County Sheriff’s Office
Assemblyman Michael Durso (Massapequa Park), in partnership with Nassau County Consumer Affairs, held a free Scam Prevention Seminar at The Oaks at Broadlawn in Massapequa.
Pictured L to R: American Legion Post 1066 Past Commander Joe Clark, Amazon representatives (back row), Oyster Bay Supervisor Joseph Saladino, Senator Alexis Weik, Massapequa Park Village Trustee Dana Durso, Congressman Andrew Garbarino, Assemblyman Michael Durso, Patrick Yngstrom (Veterans Liaison), local veterans, Nassau County Legislator James Kennedy, Suffolk County Presiding Officer Kevin McCaffrey, Vet2Vet representative.
Pictured L to R: Alysa Ferguson, MS/RD, Assemblyman Michael Durso, and Massapequa Park Senior Center members
April 22nd, 2022: Assemblyman Durso attends Island Harvest Earth Day farm opening at their Healthy Harvest Farm at the Sisters of St. Joseph’s farm in Brentwood. For years Island Harvest has help so many people with food insecurity. The Farm is the next step in making sure those who need some help have access to fresh fruits and vegetables. Thank you Island Harvest for all you do!
Assemblyman Durso joined National Grid employees, staff of The Town of Babylon and volunteers at their Earth Day event and celebration at Anthony Sanchez Memorial Park in West Babylon. The team did a great job of planting flowers, weeding, clearing brush and getting the park ready for the up-coming season. National Grids project C program also announced a donation of 70 Leland Cypress trees to be planted around the park. Great job by everyone today and Happy Earth Day!
Assemblyman Durso joined the West Babylon Volunteer Fire Department members at their annual Easter Breakfast. Thank you to all the Men and Women of the department, who made breakfast, put together Easter baskets and created such a great experience the kids!
Assemblyman Durso, in partnership with Drug Free Long Island, the Town of Oyster Bay, and the Nassau County Police Department, hosted a “Shed The Meds” Drug Take Back Day.The event provides a safe, convenient, and responsible means of disposing of prescription drugs and medications.
Assemblyman Durso meets with residents of The Oaks at Broadlawn Manor in Massapequa.
Pictured L to R: Back Row: Lisa Pace, Amy Recco, Assemblyman Durso, Stephanie McLaughlin, Christine Bergold
Front Row: Emily Ladau, Robyn Silvestri, Shana McDonald, and Ann Brancato
Assemblyman Durso Attends Farmingdale St. Patrick’s Day Parade.
Assemblyman Durso speaks at Island Harvest/PSEG Press Conference.
Durso Celebrating the 12th Anniversary of P.S. I Love You Day: L to R — Assemblyman Durso, Brooke DiPalma, Jaimie DiPalma, and Debra DiPalma
Assemblyman Durso Supporting Small Businesses with the Grand Opening of Argyle Toys in Babylon.
Assemblyman Durso attends Massapequa Mustangs Opening Day 2021
Assemblyman Durso takes part in the Marine Toys for Tots Collection Drive 2021 at John Burns Park, Massapequa
Assemblyman Durso Supports Safe Roads.
2021 Woman of Distinction: Assemblyman Durso with Emily Meyer.
2021 Woman of Distinction: Assemblyman Durso with Desiree Armstrong.
2021 Women of Distinction:Pictured L to R: Back Row — Lisa Pace, Amy Recco, Assemblyman Durso, Stephanie McLaughlin, Christine Bergold. Front Row — Emily Ladau, Robyn Silvestri, Shana McDonald, and Ann Brancato
Pictured L to R: New York Blood Center Volunteer, Emily Meyer, and Assemblyman Michael Durso
Pictured: NYS Assemblyman Michael Durso (Center) and Massapequa Park Cub Scout Pack 776
Pictured L to R: Island Harvest Volunteers, Assemblyman Michael Durso (Center), Town of Oyster Bay Councilman Lou Imbroto, Councilman Steve Labriola, Councilman Tom Hand, Island Harvest Volunteers, and Marc Suntup, Island Harvest Chief Development Officer
Pictured from L to R: New York State Assembly members Jarrett Gandolfo, Michael Durso, Keith Brown, Taylor Darling, Island Harvest President & CEO Randi Shubin Dresner, Assembly members Steve Stern, Michael Montesano, Ed Ra, Jodi Giglio, Kimberly Jean-Pierre, Gina Sillitti and John Mikulin.
Village of Massapequa Park Mayor Dan Pearl, Town of Oyster Bay Councilman Tom Hand, Pastor Derek Price, Assemblyman Michael Durso, Village of Massapequa Park Trustee Dana Durso, Town of Oyster Bay Councilwoman Laura Maier, and Robert Cornicelli