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Seasons of Fun!

Summer is the season of heat, scorching sand, coconut sunblock and melted ice cream. To celebrate our hottest season, PCC has gathered the best of Long Island's cool summer fun. Let your sizzling summer begin! 

Visit our revamped Seasons of Fun section on our website's homepage and check out the lists we compiled for your sizzling summer fun needs!

Speed-friending is officially fun!

We are proud to announce that Positive Community Connections received a 2024 grant from Real Transition Partners to host offical PB Academy Speed-friending game nights. We are so excited to share our lives, likes, stories and interests with all our new friends! 

PCC News Update

To celebrate and support Autism Awareness Month, Positive Community Connections supported our neurodivergent community by attending the Unity Through Diversity event at the Madison Theater at Molloy College. This event was presented by The Rebecca Center for Music Therapy at Molloy University. Our PCC members in attendance first enjoyed a reception, listening to live jazz, mingling, socializing, and viewing some artwork displayed in the lobby area.

PCC members were given the opportunity to visit The Studio, at The Sachem Public Library to learn about some one-of-a-kind technology. Members learned about 3-D Printing, Sound Mixing and so much more.  They were also given the opportunity for some first hand experience using some of this technology, creating a laser engraving, which was a very special group project. Together we created not only a memorable piece of work, but also some pretty special memories in doing so.

PCC Members had met for lunch at the Hibachi Grill & Supreme Buffet in North Babylon. There was so much to choose from! From delicious sushi to classic Chinese food fare, the options were endless. Everything we tasted was finger-licking good. What is better than sharing a fantastic meal with friends? 

Members of Nassau Voice had started off their spring by making spring baskets for children in the pediatric ward at South Nassau Hospital in Oceanside, NY. Each basket included handmade flowers and activities that are sure to brighten up the faces of each child who will be receiving them. We are so proud of the hard work and thoughtfulness that went into these baskets. Way to go Nassau Voice!

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