It was a busy holiday week in Douglaston.
The chamber of commerce held its second annual Dick Lynch Turkey Trot in the community and northeast Queens shoppers turned out in droves to find sales and deals for Black Friday.
Patch posted a story on the history of Little Neck clams and state Assemblyman Edward Braunstein, D-Bayside announced two holiday gift drives being held by his office.
Here is your Week In Review:
Assemblyman Edward Braunstein's office kicks off its for veterans and children. The presented awards to several community activists, including Walter Mugdan, at the group's annual dinner dance.
Reviews in included "Twilight: Breaking Dawn Part I," "The Descendants" and "Tyrannosaur."
Take a look at Patch's post on the history of and find out information on Alley Pond Environmental Center's upcoming .
According to the IRS, donating could result in savings at tax time.
This week's pick is Elmhurst. Activities include Salsa dancing and Latin American food.
In this week's , Carol Brock wrote about Princess Heatherflower's cranberry bread. Also, check out Patch's coverage of the and .
Read about the Douglaston Village Chamber of Commerce's , which will be held this week.