You are here: Black History Month - About Welcome to Elmont Online
  • Increase font size
  • Default font size
  • Decrease font size

Elmont Online

Black History Month

Welcome to Elmont Online

Skip Table of Contents

Article Index

  1. Welcome to Elmont Online (current position)
  2. Page 3
VeteransThe Elmont Online Project was started 6 years ago. Since its’ launch, the site has serviced more than 100,000 unique visitors from around the world. Elmont Online is Elmont’s downtown online. Today, the site provides a variety of important community services to both its online and off-line users. Most notable are its’ weather service; real-time local, national and international news; an up-to-date community calendar and multi-user planner; a multi-lingual email service, virtually free from ads and spam, provided at no charge to Elmont residents. Every Elmont resident can have their very own, ”RESIDENT”@ELMONT.ORG, email address. New Public LibraryTellMont, a list server, delivers to its growing subscriber base timely news and commentary. TellMont has quickly become a welcomed addition to Elmont’s information pool and is considered by many, “Elmont’s New Voice”.

Founding members hold a special place at Elmont On-line. They are the businesses and community residents that supported the vision of expanding Elmont into cyberspace. Today many of these businesses continue to support community efforts with their spirit of volunteerism.

Sapienza Pastry – Owner Paul Sapienza continues to give time and other resources to Gateway Youth Outreach as a member of its’ board, the Elmont Chamber of Commerce, and our Elmont schools.

Maughns – Owner Aubrey Phillips, is President of the Elmont Union Free School District Board and represents Elmont on the Sewanhaka Central High School District Board. In addition, Maughns, through technology, continues to open new doors and build community strength and pride.

Richard Mastrocola, Esq. has invested countless hours as a long time member of the Parkhurst Civic Association as a delegate and past president of the Community Coalition Council.

Elmont Community Coalition Council with Chet Collins as president and  long time resident and community activist, has helped the Elmont Public Library’s effort to set in motion plans for the purchase of a portion of the long closed ATS property.

Century 21 - People Services continues to provide real estate services to Elmont and perspective Elmont residents alike.

Family Dentistry Dr. Beague continues to provide support to the health and welfare of Elmont and surrounding communities. He offers his time and other resources to support the efforts of community based projects whenever possible.

Fiorano Tile continues to provide materials for home improvement to the Elmont and surrounding communities.

Advantage Commerce Exchange has since ceased operations.


Page 1 of 2 All Pages

  • «
  •  Prev 
  •  Next 
  • »
Last Updated ( Sunday, 28 February 2010 20:14 )  

Related Articles

No Related Articles were found.