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  • Monday 29th

    July 2019

  • All Day


  • 55 Glenwood Road

    Roslyn, United States

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HMTC’s 11th Annual Golf & Games Outing


July 29, 2019


Engineers Country Club
55 Glenwood Road
Roslyn, NY 11576 United States
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You’re Invited to HMTC’s 11th Annual Golf Outing

Register online today below!

Information: Deborah Lom, (516) 571-8040 or

Other sponsorship opportunities are available



Arthur M. Katz and Harriet Becker

Arthur M. Katz is president of Knockout Pest Control in Uniondale which he founded in 1975, and which serves the New York metropolitan area.   It is important to Katz to be able to provide property owners with “green” sound alternatives.   He is past president of the New York State Pest Management Association and is a past board member of the National Pest Management Association.

Katz was appointed by District Attorney Kathleen Rice to the Nassau County Task Force on Bed Bugs in the spring of 2011.

Katz is past chair person of the Long Island Cabinet of UJA-Federation of New York and a former member of the New York Board of Directors from 1990-1993.  Arthur was president of United Jewish Y’s of Long Island and has served as its chairman of the board as well as chairman of the Jewish Arts Festival.

In June 2012 Katz was appointed the Long Island Chairman of the Jewish Community Relations Council (JCRC LI).  The JCRC mission is to inform and mobilize the Long Island community to take action locally, nationally, and internationally to address community relations issues important to the Jewish and non-Jewish communities. He currently serves as the Senior Ambassador.

Katz serves as a Board member of the Shechter School of Long Island since 2016.

Katz is a founding member and a current Board member of LIREG (The Long Island Real Estate Group). LIREG was formed in 2004 to encourage networking between Long Island Real Estate Developers, owners and the allied trades, and to raise funds for charitable real estate projects on Long Island.

The 100 Hundred Black Men of Long Island awarded Katz with the “Business Award” in March 2011.

In November 2013 Katz was a co-honoree at the Celebration of Suburban Diversity dinner. The National Center of Suburban Diversity of Hofstra University is dedicated to funding diversity-related research, scholarships, and community grants. The center recognizes the idea and ideal that we can be stronger for our differences if we come together to appreciate them.

In January 2014 Katz served as the Honorary Co-Chairman of the 29th Annual Nassau County Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Birthday Observance and received the Julius O. Pearse Presidential award.

Katz was appointed to the Board of the Nassau County Holocaust Memorial and Tolerance Center in January 2018.

Katz lives in Jericho, N.Y. with his wife, Barbara, and has two adult daughters, Sara, and Stephanie and son-in-laws Bradley Werner and Craig Bruck. He is also the proud grandparent of 4.   He is a member and past president of Temple Or-Elohim in Jericho.  In addition he is a member of the Tam O’Shanter Club in Old Brookville.


Harriet Becker is a native of Brooklyn and moved to Astoria and then Howard Beach. She is a graduate of Queens College where she majored in English. After marrying her husband Gene, she taught in Flushing, Miami, and El Paso. She and Gene have three children, David, Adam and Jill; Laura and Danny are also their children. The Beckers are blessed with seven grandchildren ranging in ages from 10-19.

Giving back to her home community of Great Neck has been a priority. Mrs. Becker was involved with the PTA and ORT when the children were young. She was deputy mayor as well as police and park commissioners of Great Neck Estates. Now, she is a dedicated volunteer at the Holocaust Memorial & Tolerance Center of Nassau County.  Mrs. Becker currently served on the board of directors of the Gold Coast Arts Center, GNCF, Great Neck Community Education, where she conducts special events and trips, and is the fundraiser for Reach Out America.


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