Stimson Serves Up Community Service

Left to right:  Sandra Adebola, Alisa Globuschutz, Ann Marie Weisser, Bettina Wright, Mary Ellen Jaworski, Terri Oddo, Barbara Costa, Maggie O'Brien, Carol Werblin, Sue Seiler (special education teacher from Smithtown), and Jack Denis, (an employee of Estee Lauder).
Left to right: Sandra Adebola, Alisa Globuschutz, Ann Marie Weisser, Bettina Wright, Mary Ellen Jaworski, Terri Oddo, Barbara Costa, Maggie O'Brien, Carol Werblin, Sue Seiler (special education teacher from Smithtown), and Jack Denis, (an employee of Estee Lauder).
Carol Werblin cutting the cake that was donated by Reinwald's Bakery in Huntington.
Carol Werblin cutting the cake that was donated by Reinwald's Bakery in Huntington.

Stimson special education paraprofessional, Ms. Carol Werblin, who led the Rock and Wrap It Up food-recovery program at Stimson and was voted Woman of the Year in Civics by the Times of Huntington, is tireless in her community service efforts. Most recently, Ms. Werblin, along with her husband and volunteers from Stimson’s special education support staff, served up a four-course meal to more than 100 guests at their annual Community Spaghetti Dinner and Boutique. As chairwoman of the Social Action Committee of Temple Beth El of Huntington, Carol is the force behind many incredible programs that address the needs of so many in the Huntington community.

Thank you Carol and Stimson volunteers for all that you do for the community!