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An Owl-trageous Experience

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In conjunction with their study unit on evolution, students in Richard Greening’s biology class at Elwood-John H. Glenn High School in the Elwood Union Free School District participated in a wildlife encounter with a red-tailed hawk and great horned owl.
For the visit, Greg Matonis, a hospital supervisor at the Evelyn Alexander Wildlife Rescue Center brought […]

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Huntington Camera Club to Host ‘Photography Fights Cancer’ Event Raising Money for the American Cancer Society

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The Huntington Camera Club will be hosting their second Photography Fights Cancer event on June 4, 2016 at the John Glenn High School Relay for Life in Elwood, NY. The event will feature an auction of art pieces donated by Camera Club members, as well as free portrait sessions for cancer survivors and their caregivers. […]

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ASSEMBLY MAJORITY BLOCKS TUITION ASSISTANCE INCREASE

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Majority members in the Assembly’s Committee on Higher Education voted May 10, 2016 to block Assemblyman Chad A. Lupinacci’s (R,C,I-South Huntington) proposed increase to the Tuition Assistance Program (TAP). Opposing members within the committee voted to hold Lupinacci’s bill (A.5809-A) from leaving committee, where it can expire at the conclusion of Legislative Session in June. […]

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Elwood Student-Artwork Selected for Heckscher Art Exhibit

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The Elwood Union Free School District is pleased to congratulate Elwood-John H. Glenn High School sophomore Alexandra Sachelari for having her artwork displayed in the Heckscher Museum of Art’s 20th annual Long Island’s Best: Young Artists Exhibit.
The Long Island’s Best showcase featured 83 extraordinary works of art created by young artists from across Long Island. […]

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Suffolk Officials Honor ‘Top Cops’

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Twenty Three Officers Honored for Making the Most DWI Arrests in 2015 Suffolk Police Officer Joshua Parsons & Northport Police Officer Michale Gigante Among the Honorees
Suffolk County Executive Bellone, Suffolk County Police Department Commissioner Timothy Sini and Suffolk County Stop DWI representatives honored 23 police officers, including Suffolk County Police Officer Joshua Parsons, for leading the […]

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COALITION SUPPORTS LETTING VOTERS DECIDE ON PLAN TO PROTECT WATER QUALITY

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Proposal Would Expedite Implementation of Governor Cuomo’s Clean Water Plan for Suffolk County
 
April 25, 2016 Suffolk County Executive Steve Bellone was joined by a bipartisan collection of elected officials, environmental activists and civic leaders to support a plan to reverse decades of nitrogen pollution of drinking and surface waters.  County Executive Bellone called for allowing Suffolk […]

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Commack Student Named a Semifinalist US Presidential Scholars Program

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Commack High School senior, David Li, was named as a semifinalist in the U.S. Presidential Scholars Program.
Inclusion in this program is one of the highest honors bestowed upon graduation high school seniors. Scholars are selected on the basis of superior academic and artistic achievements, leadership qualities, strong character, and involvement in community and school activities. […]

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No-Kill Shelter Celebrating 89 Years of Saving Lives

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This Sunday April 24, 2016, Little Shelter Animal Rescue & Adoption Center will be celebrating its 89th Anniversary. There will be a celebration held at Little Shelter commemorating its founding in 1927 by Anna Hunninghouse and remaining as the oldest no-kill shelter on Long Island. The ceremony and grounds will be open to the public […]

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New Non-Profit Formed & Huntington Officially Launches Give A Dog A Dream

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Non-profit will raise funds to provide specialized services to dogs at Town’s animal shelter
Huntington Supervisor Frank P. Petrone and the Town Council today announced the formal launch of Give A Dog A Dream, the not-for-profit foundation the Town formed to raise money earmarked for providing specialized services for dogs at the Town’s animal shelter.

Give A […]

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Volunteers To Be Honored In Celebration Ceremony At Suffolk County’s Oldest No-Kill Animal Shelter

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This Saturday April 16th, 2016. Little Shelter will be holding a ceremony in appreciation of the heroic efforts of it’s volunteers. Little Shelter Animal Rescue which was established in 1927 is a non-profit animal shelter that relies on donations and it’s volunteers to accomplish it’s mission of animal rescue.
“Despite freezing temperatures, blizzards, hurricanes, and anything […]

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