Giving Back

Doing Our Part to Clean Up Brookhaven

Every year, the Town of Brookhaven takes part in the Great American Cleanup, which is the country’s largest organized cleanup, beautification, and community improvement program. The Great Brookhaven Cleanup took place on Saturday, May 18th, and the weather was absolutely perfect for getting our hands dirty! Electric Bricks owner, Keith Paul, along with members of the Chamber of Commerce of the Mastics & Shirley, the Salvation Army, BRNSC (a local business networking group), and other local volunteers, converged on the busy intersection of Montauk Highway and William Floyd Parkway to pick up trash and do their part to help beautify our community. The group collected 8 bags of garbage and made a visible impact on the appearance of the southwest corner of the intersection.

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Helping Those in Need – A Mid-Winter Coat Drive

Electric Bricks photographer, Danielle Paul, is helping those in need this winter by collecting gently used coats to be distributed to shelters and missions in the Bellport and Mastic-Shirley areas. As the weather continues to get colder here on Long Island, we all need to remember that helping those less fortunate than ourselves is an important, year-long effort.

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Staying Involved in Local Business

We are proud to announce that Electric Bricks owner, Keith Paul, was recently sworn in as a Director for the Chamber of Commerce of the Moriches. As a long-time resident of Center Moriches, Keith is very happy to have this opportunity to contribute to the betterment of local business and to give back to the Moriches community.

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Seventeen Feet of Holiday Cheer

At this time of year, it’s important to remember that it’s not all about business and websites (well, not entirely, anyway). Keith Paul, owner of Electric Bricks, belongs to several Chambers of Commence on Long Island and currently sits on the Board of Directors of two – Moriches and Mastic-Shirley. And as anyone who’s on a Chamber can tell you, membership is not just about business, it’s also about giving back to the community.

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Supporting the Camp Pa-Qua-Tuck Spooky Walk

For 30 years, Camp Pa-Qua-Tuck, a summer sleep-away camp for children and young adults with physical and developmental disabilities in Center Moriches, has held its annual Spooky Walk to help raise funds for this wonderful organization. This year, Electric Bricks is doing its small part to support Camp Pa-Qua-Tuck by placing a sponsor ad in their 30th Anniversary Spooky Walk Journal.

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