WB Pizza Restaurant (formerly 3 Sons) is offering patrons 15% OFF this Memorial Day.
If you didn’t know that 3 Sons Pizzeria is now WB Pizza Restaurant, well, know you know.
Tommaso Izzo, who owned 3 Sons for over 40 years, gave his keys and his blessing to two new owners. The two new owners, and brothers, are excited and energized to maintain the same warm atmosphere, hot pizza, and look forward to revamping the restaurant into a Queens destination.
The new owners of 3 Sons are super excited for the chance to serve the Maspeth and surrounding communities,” said Joe, an employee of 3 Sons (now WB Pizza Restaurant) for over 15 years.
“WB Pizza Restaurant would like to thank Maspeth, Middle Village, & all of Queens for Welcoming WB Pizza Restaurant into your Community. We look forward to serving you for the next 30 years,” said the new owners, who are scheduled to sit down with the Queens Ledger Newspaper to tell their full story.
The Maspeth Memorial Day Parade takes place this Sunday at 1PM along Grand Avenue. The United Veterans and Fraternal Organizations of Maspeth kicked off Parade Week with a Candle Light Vigil at Maspeth Memorial Square at 8PM Monday night. Maspeth resident Carole Stines ran the program which included The St. Stans Players, Girl Scouts Junior Troop #4732 and Cadettes #4744. Deacon Art Griffin blessed the ceremony and Olivia Hupp was the guest speaker. Maryanna Zero, president of the UVFOM, welcomed the guests and Rosalia Gattuso sang Ave Maria. Candles for World War 1 were carried by by The Ladies Auxiliary Maspeth Unit 783, World War 2 by Women of the Moose Chapter 133 of the Maspeth Moose Lodge. The Korean War was represented by Polish Legion of American Veterans Chapter 4 of the Kowalinski Post – Ladies Auxiliary, Vietnam War by Vietnam Veterans of America Queens Chapter 32 and Desert Storm, Operation Iraqi Freedom and the American Victims of Terrorism were represented by Cardinal Spellman K of C Ladies Auxiliary.
Here is a slide show of some pictures from the event.
On Monday evening Carole Stines, the master of ceremonies, welcomed more that a hundred Maspeth residents to the annual Candle Light Vigil at Maspeth Memorial Square.
This time it’s Barbara, the matriarch of the Rudzwick family, who was the subject of a Kiwanis roast Tuesday night, May 15th at a Maspeth Kiwanis event at Terrace on the Park.
Barbara Rudzewick, president of the Maspeth Kiwanis Club received the yearly roasting at the hands of friends, family and Kiwanians, that the Maspeth Kiwanis Club president gets.
Pictured here with Barbara, left, is Glenn, Michelle, Jim and husband Ken.
“It’s a ‘Cleaning Woman Parody….,” said Ken.
Barbara and Glenn Rudzewick, Michelle Masone, Jim O’Kane and Ken Rudzewick entertained Kiwanians at the Annual Maspeth Kiwanis roast Tuesday
The 2018 Heroes Youth Basketball League got off to a wet and rainy start this week, but play was able to take place Monday and Thursday. In the 17 & Under Division the Crusaders of McClancy defeated th Cathedral Prep Crusaders Squad 56-45 and Queens Elite upended HANAC 49-31. Here are some pictures below from the games.
The league is presented by the Queens Ledger Weekly Newspaper Group and sponsored by Arby’s – Metro, Maspeth Federal Savings, Petro Home Services, Msgr. McClancy High School & Martin Luther School.
Apparently, an emergency situation has the city shutting off the water supply to hundreds in Maspeth this morning, Thursday, May 17th, for just today.
We’re not sure how long it will last, but at the Community Board 5 meeting last night, it was reported that some of the homes in the area between 69th Street, Jay Avenue, 53rd Avenue and 66th Street will not have water today.
We wish they would have given us the report yesterday morning when they knew about it so we could give you guys fair warning, but nonetheless, here it is.
On May 23rd, the Maspeth Federal small business services team will present Mirror Mirror owner, Susan Sheane, with a $1,500 grant for her hair & beauty salon business.
“I am grateful for the support of Maspeth Federal Savings,” said Susan Sheane. “Many businesses talk the talk about helping the community… but Maspeth Federal actually walks the walk,” said Sheane, a longtime resident of Middle Village.
“We believe small businesses are the foundation of our local economy, and we are committed to supporting their growth and financial needs,” said Christina Zanca, Marketing Director of Maspeth Federal Savings.
“Thank you to everyone who voted. We are delighted to give back to a deserving business in our community,” added Kristen Sapienza, Bank Officer & Executive Assistant of MFS.