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    COUNTY CLERK JOINS GERMAN NIGHT AT EISENHOWER PARK - JUNE 29, 2017

    (Mineola, NY) Nassau County Clerk Maureen O’Connell and Nassau County Supreme Court Judge Uta Lally recently attended the German Night celebration held at Eisenhower Park. Clerk O’Connell presented citiations to the honorees for their work both in the German American community and throughout Nassau County.

    Pictured Master of the Allemania Lodge No. 740 Carl Strievski, Vice President of the Police Steuben Association of Nassau County Edward Lunden, Treasurer of the Brooklyn Schuetzne Corporation Sal Bertocci, Nassau County Supreme Court Judge Uta Lally, Nassau County Clerk Maureen O’Connell, President of the Ladies Society of the Plattduetsche Home Caroline Ober, Member of the Bremervoerder Chorus and the Ladies Society of the Plattduetsche Home Irene Ketelsen and Fordham University student Catherine Rabus who sang the National Anthems of the United States and Germany


    COUNTY CLERK ATTENDS 2017 AWARDS CEREMONY FOR FOR WANTAGH SEAFORD GIRL SCOUT ASSOCIATION - JUNE 26, 2017

    (Mineola, NY) The Wantagh Seaford Girl Scout Association recently held their annual Awards Ceremony to honor the Junior, Cadette and Senior Girl Scouts who have earned their Bronze, Silver and Gold Awards, respectively. Nassau County Clerk Maureen O’Connell joined other area officials, the leaders and families of the Wantagh Seaford Girl Scout Association to honor and applaud these young women who have demonstrated enormous dedication to community service. Clerk O’Connell presented each of the honorees with Citations in acknowledgement of their wonderful achievements.

    Pictured: Nassau County Clerk Maureen O’Connell with Gold Award Honorees: Ruth Sobey, Ashley Soliwoda, Lauren Rosenberg, Alessia Russo and Grace Anne McKenna


    COUNTY CLERK ATTENDS RETIREMENT CELEBRATION HONORING BRIAN J. HOESL - JUNE 22, 2017

    (Mineola, NY) The Superior Officers Association recently held a retirement celebration honoring Captain Brian J. Hoesl. Brian has dedicated forty-six years of Law Enforcement service to the residents of Nassau County, specifically as President of the Nassau County Police Department and Captain of the Superior Officers Association. Clerk O’Connell was on hand to present Brian with a citation and to thank him for his years of service and dedication to the residents of Nassau County.

    Pictured: NCPD-SOA Recording Secretary Greg Morley, Honoree Brian J. Hoesl and Nassau County Clerk Maureen O’Connell.


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