Addisleigh Park Civic Origanization will hold an Event that will include QC3 and a few friends celebrating Gordon Duncan, who was an integral part of the APCO, via a Classic Car Show from 2pm -6pm





Members of the Queens Classic Car Club visited Village Hall on Feb. 11 to donate $500 to the Valley Stream chapter of the Nassau County Police Activity League, a non-profit whose mission is to build partnerships between at-risk youth, police and community through sports and educational activities.

The group donated the funds raised through its various classic-car shows it organizes and holds throughout Nassau County, and Queens.


“Thanks to the club’s donation, we will be able to purchase sports equipment, help with registration fees and fund year-end parties for the children,” said Valley Stream PAL President Annette Gray.


“The Queens Classic Car Club is no stranger to Valley Stream,” said Mayor Ed Fare. “ What is special, is that the money they raise goes to support local charities and community organizations.”



Queen Classic Car Club President Gordon Duncan, far left, and fellow members donated $500 to the Valley Stream PAL on Feb. 11. They were with Mayor Ed Fare, third from right, the village board of trustees and Annette Gray, far right, president of the Valley Stream PAL.