Facebook: Broad Channel Past Present Future. This group was formed to share photos with members of the BC community. A lot of pictures were destroyed during the Storm. Here’s a chance to share those that were saved.
Facebook: Friends of Rockaway Beach. More than 500 people have joined this group. You can get news about beach protection and events.
Facebook: Rockaway Business Sharks. This group discusses all things about businesses in Rockaway. The businesses that are here, should be here and some mentions of those long gone.
Facebook: Friends of Old Far Rockaway and Rockaways. You can see some great photos of long-ago Rockaway and sometimes newer shots appear.
Facebook: Local Business Supporters of The Rockaways. This is a great place for information about local businesses. The love for Rockaway (and its potential) is clear.
Twitter: @RockawayRises also found on Facebook. A celebration of life in the Rockaways! Great photos, good news. It’s meant to be uplifting — and it is!
Twitter: @RockawayYouth and on Facebook at Rockaway Youth Task Force. A youth based group getting young people involved. They announce rallies, events, and provide information and promote Rockaway.
Facebook: Rockaway WISH. A non-profit of volunteers dedicated to helping people in Rockaway (and sometimes beyond as they are sending aid to Oklahoma). The site delivers news and events info.
Twitter @Ygoldfeder. We follow Phil Goldfeder on Twitter because he delivers news occasionally and often interacts with those who send him tweets.
Twitter @NYCHousingRecov Follow if you’d like information from New York City regarding housing and other Sandy-related issues.
Twitter @irishvikingette Kara Burke is a great Rockaway booster. She retweets helpful info and links and gets after people in power to pay attention to Rockaway.
Twitter and Facebook: Rebuild Breezy. Breaking news and helpful information about Breezy and Roxbury.
And don’t forget to check out Rockawave.com, The Wave Newspaper on Facebook and @thewavenews on Twitter