Local Resident Shy Main Shieh Honored at Islandia Village’s 8th Annual Easter Egg Hunt

Mayor Allan M. Dorman (left) presents a certificate of appreciation to village resident Shy Main Shieh (right) in recognition of her volunteer work at all of the village's events at the 8th Annual Easter Egg Hunt on March 23.
Mayor Allan M. Dorman (left) presents a certificate of appreciation to village resident Shy Main Shieh (right) in recognition of her volunteer work at all of the village's events at the 8th Annual Easter Egg Hunt on March 23.
Mayor Allan M. Dorman (left) presents a certificate of appreciation to village resident Shy Main Shieh (right) in recognition of her volunteer work at all of the village’s events at the 8th Annual Easter Egg Hunt on March 23.
Children collect Easter eggs as their parents look on at the village's 8th annual Easter Egg hunt.
Children collect Easter eggs as their parents look on at the village’s 8th annual Easter Egg hunt.

On March 23, three hundred fifty children and adults came out for the Village of Islandia’s 8th annual Easter Egg Hunt. During the event, Mayor Allan M. Dorman made a special presentation honoring Shy Main Shieh for offering her time and talents at all of the village’s events. Ms. Shieh has constantly volunteered her time at the village’s Easter Egg Hunt, Bar-B-Que, Ye Olde Fashioned Tag Sale and Pumpkin Fest events.

During the Easter Egg Hunt, children collected some of the 6,000 Easter eggs that were spread throughout the village hall grounds. Some of the eggs contained a ticket in which the lucky children were able to redeem for a special prize. Those in attendance got to meet the “Easter Bunny” and “Daisy the Duck.” Islandia’s own “Singing School Bus Driver” Joe Guida came down to entertain the kids.


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