Representatives from Newtown Youth & Family Services to Ring the NASDAQ Stock Market Closing Bell

| Source: Nasdaq, Inc.


 Interim Executive Director Joan Bird and Chairman of the Board Chris
 Gardner of Newtown Youth & Family Services will preside over the
 closing bell.

 NASDAQ MarketSite - 4 Times Square - 43rd & Broadway - Broadcast Studio

 Thursday, December 27, 2007 at 4:00 p.m. ET

 Beth Agen
 203.270.4335 - p;

 NASDAQ MarketSite:
 Jolene Libretto; 646.441.5220;

Feed Information:

The closing bell is available from 3:50 p.m. to 4:05 p.m. on uplink IA-6 C-band/transponder 17. The downlink frequency is 4040 Vertical; Audio 6.2-6.8. The feed can also be found on Waterfront fiber 1623. If you have any questions, please contact Jolene Libretto at (646) 441-5220.

Radio Feed:

An audio transmission of the closing bell is also available from 3:50 p.m. to 4:05 p.m. on uplink IA6 C band / transponder 24, downlink frequency 4180 horizontal. The feed can be found on Waterfront fiber 1623 as well.


A live Webcast of the NASDAQ Closing Bell will be available at:


To obtain a hi-resolution photograph of the Market Close, please go to and click on the market close of your choice.

About Newtown Youth & Family Services:

On July 1, 2007, Family Counseling Center of Newtown (FCC) and Newtown Youth Services (NYS) merged to form Newtown Youth & Family Services (NYFS). Both FCC and NYS were founded by Trinity Episcopal Church.

NYFS is a licensed, non-profit, mental health clinic and youth service bureau dedicated to helping children, individual adults and families achieve their highest potential. NYFS provides programs, services, activities, counseling, support groups and education throughout the Greater Newtown area regardless of ability to pay.

By merging, they expanded their ability to serve Newtown by pooling resources and creating a continuum of unprecedented services. In addition to providing outpatient counseling services to individuals, children and adults, families and groups, NYFS provides positive youth development programs and is home to the offices of the Newtown Prevention Council.