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A Veterans Day Thank You

Peter Provenzale top row, second in from the left

As many of you know, my mother, Carole Provenzale's father, Peter Provenzale served in the U.S. Air force on the Argonaut III B-17 Bomber during WWII. He had the honor of serving with Clark Gable and other wonderful, dedicated soldiers. 

Thank you to all the Veterans and those serving our country today.

 

 

Feng Shui Long Island is participating in the 12th Annual Best of Long Island Competition. 

Please vote for us under 'Interior Decorator' - Feng Shui Long Island, for Best of Long Island. You can vote once a day through December 15th, 2016! 

Click here to vote 

Thank you for your support!

Laura Cerrano is the CEO and founder of Feng Shui Manhattan (established in 1997). She provides remote and on-site consultations, seminars, workshops and classes in New York, California, New Jersey and Connecticut. In addition, Laura is a resident teacher at the Metropolitan Institute of Design in Syosset, NY. Her primary focus is a unique blend of Feng Shui healing for your space and inner self with interior design principles. 

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