Artist and City Officials who helped or supported the project: (L to R) West End Artist Abby Rappel, City Council woman Fran Adelson, City Councilwoman Eileen Goggin, West End Arts Vice President Elizabeth Connolly, West End Arts President Jennifer Creed Aly, City Councilman Anthony Eramo, City Manager Jack Schnirman and his wife Joanie, Council for the Arts President Arthur Adair, Council for the Arts Members Johanna Mathieson and Edward Kennedy.
“Long Trunks donates $2,000 to Swingbellys today! Within a week of its 6th anniversary, Swingbellys was completely destroyed by Hurricane Sandy. While most businesses focused on how to rebuild, they focused on how to help their community. Their selflessness was inspiring. Owner Sean Sullivan cooked food outside Long Beach City Hall to feed all of our first responders dealing with the aftermath. Swingbellys later helped to organize a massive Thanksgiving dinner to feed anyone in need. Recently, Sean worked with Project Pay it Forward to help Trainors reopen. With all this said, it is no wonder why we have chosen Swingbellys to be our third donation recipient! We are honored to be able to help them reopen their doors, after doing so much for Long Beach, this is the least we can do. Besides, we miss the Mac and Cheese!”
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Show Experience HGTV “Spontaneous Construction,” Long Beach, NY Muralist: One-day renovation, designed and painted seascape mural; donated to family affected by Hurricane Sandy Acknowledged in Article in The Patch and Long Island News Channel 12. March 20, 2013
Enright Family and the volunteers for HGTV Spontaneous Construction