By Jon Minners
In a day and age where computers play such a major part in our lives, it is becoming apparent that everyone has a blog, even community organizations.
In existence for 12 years, the Throggs Neck Benevolent Association has entered the 21st Century by not just creating its own website, but joining the millions of people across the globe in launching the trendy online journal that is the blog.
Whether it is Myspace.com or Blogspot, Internet journals have become more than a fad with everyone from the regular person down the block to the superstar on your television screen posting their daily thoughts, experiences and upcoming events on the web for millions of people to see. TNBA is no different from everyone else, using the opportunity to post pertinent information about upcoming events on the web.
Located at tnba.blogspot.com, the site offers residents the opportunity to learn the latest up-to-date information about such events as the TNBA