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Suffolk County Legislators Rob Trotta And Trish Bergin Applaud Ed And Brooke Attard, Owners Of Three Learning Experiences, For Granting Wishes To Three Critically Ill Children

Ed and Brooke Attard own the Learning Experience Centers located in Ronkonkoma, Massapequa and Plainview. The schools provide early education and day care programs.  The Centers focus on each of the six early stages of development from infant through to kindergarten.  Each facility features classrooms and a playground that ensure a warm, nurturing, educational and stimulating environment to enable the children to learn, be active and to interact with one another.

The Attard family believes in giving back to the community they serve. They recently held a fundraiser at their three locations to grant wishes through the Make a Wish Foundation to three critically ill children. Their three Long Island based centers raised over $15,000 for the organization.

“I think it is great that they raised so much money in a month and I commend them for their efforts and good work,” said Suffolk County Legislator Rob Trotta. “The Make a Wish Foundation is a great organization and benefits so many children,” added Trotta. 

“The Attard’s demonstrate the meaning of community. Working alongside the “Make a Wish Foundation” is extraordinary and they definitely made an impact on those children’s lives,” stated Legislator Bergin.

 

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