Twelve students from William Floyd High School were recently honored for reaching significant community service milestones.
As members of the Colonial Youth Community Volunteer Corps, the students volunteered from 100 to 1,000 hours of service cleaning up the community, doing graffiti removal and participating in community events.
The Corps is part of Mastic Beach-based Colonial Youth and Family Services, which promotes the physical, emotional and social well-being of youth under 21 and their family members.
Brookhaven Councilman Dan Panico presented the certificates of appreciation to the honorees.
Pictured left to right: Todd Rogers (1,000 hours); Phillip Wildner (250 Hours); Faith Hanlon (250 hours); Ray Hopp, deputy director community services; Councilman Dan Panico; Maxwell Heimowitz (100 hours); Krystal Heimowitz (100 hours); Joshua Massaro (100 hours); David Libonati (100 hours); and Eric Verderosa (250 hours).
Kenneth Beere (100 hours), Corey Hodapp (100 hours), Angel Santiago (100 hours) and Kevin Sindt (500 hours), are not pictured but were also recognized for their service.