Apex Rehabilitation & Healthcare Staff Donates Items for Hurricane Victims

October 26, 2017 - by Tzvi Spitz - in Uncategorized

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Staff of Apex Rehabilitation and Healthcare in South Huntington collected diapers of all sizes, baby wipes, pet food, bottled water and other essential items for hurricane victims in Texas, Florida and Puerto Rico. (Left to right) David Efroymson, Administrator; Luigi Cutugnino, Maintenance; Carlos Quintanilla, Director of Maintenance; Kelly Valsamis, Director of Recreation, Aisha Mathis, Recreation; Garbiel Quesquen, Maintenance; and Kira Gaines, Nursing Secretary, helped package the items, which were donated to Huntington Opportunity Resource Center for distribution.


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