Birnbaum, GNCA Honored By COPAY 

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The Great Neck Chinese Association was among those honored at the COPAY lunch (from left): Mo Chen, Cheng Ye, Yvonne Maria Mowatt, Ke Wei, COPAY CEO Maria Elisa Cuadra, Elsie Esquivel, Ann Finkelstein, Yanlin Yue, Betty Leong and ChenXin Xu.
The Great Neck Chinese Association was among those honored at the COPAY lunch (from left): Mo Chen, Cheng Ye, Yvonne Maria Mowatt, Ke Wei, COPAY CEO Maria Elisa Cuadra, Elsie Esquivel, Ann Finkelstein, Yanlin Yue, Betty Leong and ChenXin Xu.

Nassau County Legislator Ellen W. Birnbaum and the Great Neck Chinese Association (GNCA) were among those honored by COPAY at its annual Kids Helping Kids Fall Luncheon for their work in the community.

Legislator Ellen W. Birnbaum with COPAY CEO Maria Elisa Cuadra
Legislator Ellen W. Birnbaum with COPAY CEO Maria Elisa Cuadra

COPAY of Great Neck helps build strong, healthy families, breaking the cycle of addiction and ensuring that children and families lead better and more fulfilling lives.

COPAY CEO Maria Elisa Cuadra addresses the crowd.
COPAY CEO Maria Elisa Cuadra addresses the crowd.

“I was honored to be selected by COPAY, an organization which does such wonderful and important work in our community,” said Birnbaum.

Copay_111616.AAlso honored for their service were Sarah E. R. Brewster, chief director of services and operations at Círculo de la Hispanidad; Francisco del Campo Lagos, consul general for the Republic of Chile; Margarita Grasing, executive director of the Hispanic Brotherhood Inc. of Rockville Centre; and George Siberón, executive director of the Hempstead Hispanic Civic Association.

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