Renarts footwear and activewear in East Northport provides new pairs of shoes to nearly 50 young people mentored through Big Brothers Big Sisters of Long Island.
Natasha Pineda, 10, of Farmingdale has been a
Natasha Pineda, 10, of Farmingdale has been a "little sister" for about a year with Big Brothers Big Sisters of Long Island. During Renarts footwear and activewear's Kicks for Kids event, Pineda picked up a pair of new green Vans flats at no cost at the store in East Northport. (April 6, 2013) (Credit: Brittany Wait)
Asante Mills, 16, of Deer Park, has been
Asante Mills, 16, of Deer Park, has been a "little brother" of Praveen Anumolu, 33, of Smithtown, a "big brother" of his for 7 years with Big Brothers Big Sisters of Long Island. During Renarts footwear and activewear's Kicks for Kids event, Mills picked up a pair of new Vans sneakers at no cost at the store in East Northport. (April 6, 2013) (Credit: Brittany Wait)
Sivelly Ysabel, 12, of Bay Shore, is new
Sivelly Ysabel, 12, of Bay Shore, is new to the Big Brothers Big Sisters of Long Island mentoring program, but is among the 50 "littles" to be fitted for a pair of shoes at Renarts footwear and activewear in East Northport. She took home a pair of white Nike Airmax during the store's Kicks for Kids event. (April 6, 2013) (Credit: Brittany Wait)

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Adrian Barber, 13, of Westbury, is new to
Adrian Barber, 13, of Westbury, is new to the Big Brothers Big Sisters of Long Island mentoring program, but is among the 50 "littles" to be fitted for a pair of shoes at Renarts footwear and activewear in East Northport. He took home a pair of Nike Lunar Safari sneakers during the store's Kicks for Kids event. Renarts employee Carl Olsen, 21, of Commack, helped fit him for the shoes. (April 6, 2013) (Credit: Brittany Wait)
During Renarts' Kicks for Kids event, nearly 50
During Renarts' Kicks for Kids event, nearly 50 little brothers and sisters part of Big Brothers Big Sisters of Long Island were able to try on and take home a pair of shoes at no cost from the East Northport shoe store. (April 6, 2013) (Credit: Brittany Wait)
From the left, former
From the left, former "little brother" Chase Ceparano, 28, of Northport, Renarts co-owner Ankur Amin, 45, of Huntington, and Mark Cox, chief development officer at Big Brothers Big Sisters of Long Island, had a hand in bringing to life the East Northport store's Kicks for Kids event, fitting mentored young people with a pair of new shoes at no cost to bring home. (April 6, 2013) (Credit: Brittany Wait)