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More Than a Great Cause: Warriors Helping WarriorsNassau County Fire Fighters Operation Wounded Warrior Project
Warrior Firefighters from Nassau County on Long Island have dedicated themselves to helping the men and woman of the US Military by providing support through care packages and trips to visit soldiers here in the US. Each year these volunteers road trip to Walter Reed Army and Bethesda Naval Hospitals in Washington, DC, US Army Post FT Bragg and MCB Camp Lejeune, NC, host fund raisers and welcome home soldiers who have been wounded while serving our country.
Please take a moment to visit their website and consider offering what you can to support their continuing efforts.
NCFF Operation Wounded Warrior Project is a 501.(c)(3) not-for-profit organization.
Thursday, June 13, 2013
Tuesday, May 28, 2013
A little late on posting but YaY! Would be great to see more teams supporting animal rescue. The Greyhounds on the concourse are one upside to seeing a game in Philly. Take your dog to a hockey game would be pawsome!
Posted by ChristineOnTheNYIslesScene at 6:57 AM
Saturday, May 11, 2013
Posted by ChristineOnTheNYIslesScene at 12:16 PM
The Islanders lost game 5 to the Penguins for one reason, they were not well rested. It was apparent within 5 minutes after the puck dropped, as I put my head in my hands and to myself sighed, Oh noooooo. When fatigued, everything is just off...positioning, aim and so on. It's a sucky feeling. How much each Isle was in his body is a guess from this vantage point. Collectively they had a ghost like appearance on the ice.
LET'S GO ISLANDERS!!!
Posted by ChristineOnTheNYIslesScene at 3:31 AM
Thursday, April 25, 2013
Beautiful day in Philly. Isles play the Flyers tonight. Great opportunity for Isles to prep for playoffs, condensing mental endurance into one game. Flyers are the kind of opponent to do this with. If Isles do regress like they did in the 2nd period against the Jets, they will fall back on what they know with the Flyers which usually is to submit. Isles were able to recover during Jets game because they snapped back into playing their game. Isles have challenges doing the same with the Flyers who are good at puffing up their feathers.
But as always I have faith in my team.
Game mantra? Skate on through to the other side. Singing it in your head Doors-like optional.
The one thing I'd like the Islanders to know... most Flyers fans are going tonight to see THEM play, not their own team. Feed off their energy and stay the hell away from fights. Healthy teams win playoff rounds.
LET'S GO ISLANDERS!!
Posted by ChristineOnTheNYIslesScene at 4:02 PM
Saturday, April 20, 2013
Friday, April 19, 2013
Sunday, April 7, 2013
Isles beat Tampa Bay out on the Island while I'm staying in sorta enemy territory at the Affinia. Sorta meaning not the Flyers.
Good to see Matt Martin evolving on the ice. The team too.
I've learned it is impossible to sleep with Ridiculousness marathon on.
Posted by ChristineOnTheNYIslesScene at 3:14 AM