Assemblymember Lavine joins Senator Anna Kaplan at the Yes We Can Center to distribute Thanksgiving Meals to those in need.
Assemblymember Lavine stands with WWII Veteran Bob Prayer and colleagues at the Holocaust Memorial and Tolerance Center of Nassau County.
Assemblymember Lavine stand with County Executive Laura Curran, Senator Kevin Thomas and Senator Anna Kaplan at the Early Voting press conference.
Assemblymember Lavine stands with County Executive Laura Curran and others to kick off Breast Cancer Awareness month.
Assemblymember Lavine stands with Mary Stanco and Dr. Maxine Cappel-Mayreis at a Glen Cove Chamber of Commerce event.
Assemblymember Lavine presents a citation to Andrea Goldman for Businessperson of the year at the Plainview-Old Bethpage Chamber of Commerce Businessperson of the Year Gala Breakfast.
Assemblymember Lavine delivers hand sanitizer to the Plainview- Old Bethpage Public Library.
Assemblymember Lavine stands with his colleagues at the opening of the Long Island Railroad Bridge in Westbury. The opening of this bridge has eliminated the use of the grade crossing which was posing as a safety risk for residents. This overpass has benefited the community greatly providing residents with safer and adequate transportation.
Assemblymember Lavine delivers Thanksgiving Turkeys in New Cassel with Sharlene Waterman.
Assemblymember Lavine marches at the Black Lives Matter March in Glen Cove.
Assemblymember Lavine appears on WABC discussing his efforts with Advanced Cardiovascular Diagnostics. With the help of Assemblymember Lavine, Advanced Cardiovascular Diagnostics was able to bring in a mobile clinic to Glen Cove where many residents received much needed medical help.
Assemblymember Lavine volunteers with CEO of Island Harvest Randi Shubin Dressener at Glen Cove High School. Glen Cove High School, Island Harvest, and North Shore Food Help partnered together to provide food for hundreds of families in need around the Glen Cove area.
Assemblymember Lavine delivers face masks to the Glengariff Rehabilitation and Healthcare Center in Glen Cove. An assisted living facility that had been adversely affected by the Coronavirus pandemic.
Assemblymember Lavine delivers much-needed face masks during the COVID 19 pandemic, to Emerge Nursing and Rehabilitation At Glen Cove
Assemblymember Lavine delivers much needed PPE to protect against COVID 19 to The Regency Assisted Living Facility in Glen Cove.
Assemblymember Lavine reads If I Ran The Zoo by Dr. Seuss for virtual Storytime in partnership with The Bryant Library.
Assemblymember Lavine helps load over 300 paper goods in Lisa Cohen, the Executive Director of Living Water for Womens car. These paper goods were sorely needed items for Living Water for Women a non-profit organization that assists women in need. During the COVID-19 pandemic this large donation was a great help to the organization.
Assemblymember Lavine attends the Westbury Senior Center to discuss how they will be using the grant Assemblymember Lavine provided.
Assemblymember Lavine makes a donation to the Make A Wish Foundation organization at SUNY Farmingdale.
Assemblymember Lavine thanks the students at Landing Elementary School for their donation to the Paper Goods Drive.
Assemblymember Lavine attends and answers questions at SUNY Farmingdale regarding his Ghost Gun Legislation.
Assemblymember Lavine meets with Moms Demand Action to discuss their legislative needs.
Assemblymember Lavine delivers toys to Westbury Neighborhood Homes in December. Constituents and community groups donated over 400 toys to the District Office and collection boxes at local libraries.
Assemblymember Lavine delivers toys to the Church of the Advent in Westbury in December. Constituents and community groups donated over 400 toys to the District Office and collection boxes at local libraries.
Assemblymember Lavine stands with his colleagues and friends at Temple Beth El of Great Neck at a special service organized by Senator Anna Kaplan.
Assemblymember Lavine speaks against the recent rise of anti-Semitism at the Sid Jacobson JCC.
Assemblymember Laving organizes a safety forum to address concerns posed by the residents of Plainview. He is joined by Nassau County Executive Laura Curran, Police Commissioner Patrick Ryder and Nassau County Legislator Arnold Drucker
Assemblymember Lavine joins colleagues and thousands at the March Against Hate in Foley Square held in early January.
Assemblymember Lavine marches alongside his colleagues at The March Against anti-Semitism in Mineola
Assemblymember Lavine presents a citation to Eagle Scout, Timothy Patrick Dyfnog Rea of Troop 170 in Syosset.
Assemblymember Lavine Co-Hosts The March Against Anti-Semitism alongside Nassau County Executive Laura Curran and other state, congressional, and local officials.
Assemblymember Lavine, in collaboration with Senator Todd Kaminsky and Nassau County District Attorney Madeline Singas, introduces legislation to educate students on symbols of hate.
News 12 Long Islands Power and Politics with Stone Grissom features Assemblymember Lavine.
Assemblymember Lavine joins Nassau County Legislator Josh Lafazan and others to condemn anti-Semitic acts in Nassau County.
Assemblymember Lavine joins local, state and federal officials, as well as community leaders for a rally to support gun safety.