State Assemblymember Charles Lavine (D-Glen Cove) is recognizing several area first responders and essential workers for their tireless efforts during the pandemic.
Lavine was on hand at the Essential Workers Better Together event Thursday night in Westbury which was sponsored by the Home Health Aide Training Institute and Espoir Youth Programs Inc.
Lavine presented citations to the following individuals and institutions who were honored by the organizations:
Tarisa Carrasquillo, Amber Court, Mrs. Flavie Jean-Baptiste, Environmental Service Aide (ESA), Mrs. Jane Jean-Pierre, Certify Nursing Assistant (CNA), Ms. Noberthe Jean-Pierre, RN, Mrs. Christine Joseph, Certify Nursing Assistant (CAN), Nancy Micourt, Barbara Novak, Mrs. Marnelle Paul, MSN, RN, William Prakope, Advantage Care Health Centers, Home Health Aide Training Institute, Inc., Orchard Estates, Paraclete Home Care, Syosset Hospital
“I could not be more proud of this group of people and institutions for the courageous and vital work they have done, and continue to do, as we move towards ending this horrific pandemic,” Lavine said.