The CORAM CIVIC ASSOCIATION is a group of over 130 community members from varied backgrounds that are working together toward a common goal embedded in our Mission Statement:
Next General Membership Meeting is on...
Monday, July 26th @ 7:30 PM
Coram Civic Monthly General Meeting
Community meeting to discuss the conditions of the Suffolk Transit Bus Stop at the Coram Plaza Shopping Center, bring our membership up-to-date on what has been done, what is being done, and what we feel needs to be done. We urge everyone to attend and to share your thoughts and insights into how we can create a 'downtown feel' to our primary shopping center in Coram.
All meetings are once again held at the old Coram Firehouse right next to McDonald's!
McDonald’s of Coram is located right on Middle Country Road, next to the old Coram Fire Department building and right across from the Coram Plaza Shopping Center, home to anchor stores Stop & Shop and Home Depot. Hunt Enterprises, owner and operator of this location along with 26 other McDonald’s on Long Island, renovated their building a few years ago and did an outstanding job with the design, traffic flow, and landscaping. They installed “gas light-type” fixtures along Middle Country Road in front of their location adding a wonderful ‘old world’ charm to their location. And most importantly, they continue to maintain the area as evidenced by the pictures above. This type of professionalism and concern for the residents of Coram as well as their fellow businesses along this main shopping area on Middle Country Road between Route 112 and Coram-Mt. Sinai Road, definitely qualifies them for a “Great Neighbor!” shoutout! In future editions of the Community Update, your Coram Civic will be highlighting more of those businesses that are going above and beyond to bring a high-quality shopping experience to our self-designated “Downtown Shopping Area” and the residents of Coram as well as all the residents of the greater Longwood Community!
Your Coram Civic Association is proud to announce the Community Service Scholarship Award winner for 2021!
This year's awardee is Michael Asselta of Coram, a Magna Cum Laude student at St. John the Baptist Diocesan High School in West Islip! Michael is shown above receiving the award certificate and check for $500 from Erma Gluck, president of the Coram Civic Association. Michael has been an honor roll student for his four-years of high school, a member of the Spanish Honor Society, and active with the Symphonic Band, Wind Ensemble, and Pep Band. Michael is also a member of the Tri-M Music Honor Society. He has been heavily involved with serving the community through his work with the Boy Scouts (Life Scout status), the Knights of Columbus Squires at St. Frances Cabrini Church in Coram, the League of YES, and his service as a lector and altar server at his church. Congratulations Michael!
The members of the Coram Civic Association are dedicated to
the preservation of the history, beauty and spirit of Coram.
Our General Membership Meetings are held on the 4th Monday of the month at the old Coram Fire House located at 303 Middle Country Road in Coram; right next to McDonald's Restaurant. Our meetings start at 7:30 pm and are open to the public.
If you are not yet a member of the Coram Civic Association and live within the 11727 zip code, please consider joining. Let's hear your vision for your community! Influence the plans affecting your community before the decisions are made! Keep up-to-date on what is happening in your community and, more importantly, have a say in it! For more information, click on Membership.
CORAM PLAZA REVITALIZATON EFFORT
I. Mill Road Bus Stop Initiative
a. Letters to State, County, Town & others
Coram Civic Association
PO Box 21
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