Nov. 13: East Meadow Boy Scouts Help Sandy Victims, Follow East Meadow Patch on Facebook

The five things you should know today.

1. East Meadow Boy Scouts recently volunteered with the Red Cross to help in Hurricane Sandy relief efforts. Read more about what they did at 10 a.m.

2. An East Meadow tattoo parlor recently held a breakdancing contest for Hurricane Sandy victims. Read more about the event at 12 p.m.

3. Fifteen days after Hurricane Sandy hit Long Island, thousands of East Meadow residents remained without power. Acting Presiding Officer Norma L. Gonsalves said that she was told that all residents would have their electricity back by tonight.

4. Despite anger towards LIPA, Long Islanders showed their appreciation for local and out-of-state crews who worked long hours to restore power.

5. Don't forget to like East Meadow Patch on Facebook to get all of the up-to-date news in your feeds.


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