LONG ISLAND, NY – Assemblyman Chad A. Lupinacci joined the South Huntington community on Saturday to celebrate Walt Whitman High School’s annual homecoming parade.
Lupinacci, along with other local elected officials, marched the parade along Jericho Turnpike and the surrounding neighborhoods of South Huntington.
“Homecoming is an annual tradition here at Walt Whitman High School, where we recognize not only the current students, but also the alumni who return to celebrate along with us,” Lupinacci began.
(Left to Right: South Huntington School Board Trustee Laura Carey, Assemblyman Chad A. Lupinacci, Huntington Town Councilwoman Susan Berland, South Huntington School Board President Jim Kaden, South Huntington School Board Vice President Nicholas Ciappetta, J.D., Huntington Town Councilman Eugene Cook, Huntington Town Councilman Mark Cuthbertson, South Huntington Asst. Superintendent Jacqueline Harris, South Huntington Asst. Superintendsent David Bloom, South Huntington Superintendent David Bennardo)
“As an alumnus myself, this weekend is always very special for me. I am proud to see how far our school and community have come,” Lupinacci continued.
“Thank you to the administrators and students who are committed to making this weekend so special. I always enjoy the opportunity to cheer on my alma mater and join the community in Wildcat comradery,” Lupinacci concluded.
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