Join Martin Luther School in Maspeth for an evening of fun, food, & friendship as they recognize distinguished alumni.
The event will be held on March 13, 2018, from 6:00 PM – 9:00 PM. at the Knockdown Center (52-19 Flushing Ave, Maspeth, NY 11378) .
This Year’s Honorees:
Mr. Steven Jones Jr. (ML ’73)
Schott in the Arm Award
Mrs. Phyllis (McGuirk) Yee (ML ’02)
Servant of Christ
You can purchase tickets here.
Email Chris Brown at CBrown@martinluthernyc.org for more information.
If you’re interested in sponsoring the event or making a donation, click here.
Gold Sponsor: $500
Silver Sponsor: $250
Bronze Sponsor: $100
On Friday & Saturday, March 2nd & 3rd at 7pm, and Sun March 4th at 2pm, the St. Stan’s Players will present their rendition of the Lewis Carroll classic, Alice in Wonderland. Attend the show at St. Stanislaus Kostka School at 61-17 Grand Avenue.
Tickets are $5-$8. For tickets please call, 718-326-2185 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
The show ‘Blue Bloods’ will shoot inside and outside 56-01 Maspeth Avenue Thursday so parking will be scarce between 7am and 11pm. Police cars, ambulances and shooting as well as a chase scene is part of the action.
They are taking up parking on Page Place between Masepth Avenue and Grand Avenue. Also 56 Road between 49 St. & 56 Drive. Also Rust Street at 56 Drive.
In the morning shoot 2 detectives are sitting in a surveillance van parked in parking lot next to the warehouse.
In the afternoon shoot they will be working inside. Then later in the afternoon into the evening they will be shooting multiple scenes where police storm a warehouse and a shootout occurs. Paramedics rush into warehouse as detectives continue to pursue the criminals.
So there will be shots fired…… don’t be alarmed.
Wednesday parking on Grand Avenue near Hamilton Place will be a challenge Wednesday, Feb. 21 as film makers will do a shoot inside 65-40 Grand Avenue. There will not be parking 7am until 1pm on Grand Avenue in that area. There will be some smoking scenes according to sources.
This Valentine’s Day (Wednesday, February 14th), couples who dine in at 3 Sons in Maspeth will receive a rose and complimentary glasses of wine with their dinner.
So, load two arrows onto one bow – cupid’s bow that is, and capture her heart with dinner and a beautiful red rose.
“Each Valentine’s day, many couples celebrate their love at 3 Sons. We have been in the community so long, and many couples remember coming here together when they were younger,” said Tommaso Izzo, owner of 3 Sons.
3 Sons’ has been a highly valued establishment in Maspeth for over 40 years. The community loves their homemade style italian food and intimate setting.
The private atmosphere, lightly dimmed setting makes for a romantic dinner at 3 Sons – located at 57-29 61st St. in Maspeth.
Beacon Eldercare, located at 69-23 Grand Ave. in Maspeth, is looking to hire a full-time Registered Nurse (RN).
Benefits include: Competitive Salary, paid vacations, holidays and sick days, and health insurance.
To apply, call them at (718)406-9500 … or email your resume to email@example.com
Beacon Eldercare is the leading health care assistance firm in Queens. Their professional staff excels at helping clients understand the medical services that are available to them, and at helping to obtain these services.
Beacon Eldercare provides services such as Medicaid applications, live-on or hourly home aid service providers, nursing service, physical therapy, occupational therapy, and they even provide referrals for Eldercare Attorneys.
“By helping our clients understand the difference between Medicare and Medicaid, Beacon Eldercare helps to choose the right plan for you,” says CEO, Yvonne M. Murphy MA, MSW.
They provide knowledge of the variety of choices and options there are as you decide what the best course of action is for our health care. They want you to be protected so that you preserve your assets, while still obtaining quality care for a loved one.
On Wednesday, January 24th, Martin Luther School hosted the Lutheran School Association (LSA) Spelling Bee.
The Spelling Bee featured 5 schools with 10 students. Martin Luther School was represented by 8th grader Jonathan Zero and 7th grader Jaden Lugo.
In a great competition, Jaden Lugo finished 3rd place and will represent Martin Luther School at the Daily News Spelling Bee in March 2018.