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The Town of Huntington has joined with the Huntington Public Library to bring a Little Free library to the lobby of Town Hall, allowing visitors and employees to take part in the free book exchange program that has been sweeping the world.
 
          The Public Library recently obtained and decorated one of the birdhouse-like boxes, which […]

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“On Wednesday Febuary 1st, 2017 at 7:00pm, Huntington Manor Fire Department 2nd Assistant Chief Dominic Spada, Firefighter Gerry Conlon, and Huntington Bay Police Chief Christopher Jack,  Reisa Berg From LICADD, Firefighters Kate Kuntz and Jerry Conlon called “Be Smart, Don’t Start”, a conversation for parents and their kids about the dangers of drug and alcohol […]

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Below you will find services, events and training courses for the month of January on-site at the Huntington Opportunity Resource Center.
In case you can not open the attached documents, they are as follows:

St. Joseph’s College Math Class – Thursday, January 12 to Thursday, February 9, 2017.  Class meets only on Thursday evenings from 6 pm […]

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Owner of popular Huntington steakhouse tapped to run Crab Meadow food concessions

The Huntington Town Board, at its January 10, 2017 meeting, approved a new operator for the Town’s two municipal golf courses, Crab Meadow and Dix Hills Park, and for the food concessions at Crab Meadow.
After a review of responses to requests for proposals submitted […]

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The NAACP Huntington Branch will be celebrating its Martin Luther King, Jr. / Jubilee Program on Monday, January 16, 2017 at 7:00 P.M. The event will be held at Bethel A.M.E. Church, 291 Park Avenue, Huntington, New York. The keynote speaker will be Reverend Larry Jennings, Sr., newly elected President, NAACP Huntington Branch and Pastor […]

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Assemblyman Chad A. Lupinacci was recently invited by the Huntington Union Free School District to guest teach students in grades 7 through 12 about the dangers of heroin and opioid abuse. Lupinacci visited Huntington High School and Finley Middle School for three school days, where he taught alongside health educators Mr. Agnello, Ms. Kidd and […]

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Suffolk County Health Commissioner Dr. James Tomarken encourages residents who use tobacco to obtain help in breaking their addiction by signing up for Suffolk County’s “Learn to Be …Tobacco Free” program. The program offers assistance with planning, support, counseling and medication if warranted.
“We know more than ever about what works and what doesn’t,” said Dr. […]

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When schools close for February and April 2017 breaks, the Suffolk County Vanderbilt Museum’s Education Department offers fun, creative workshops for pre-kindergarten children and those in grades K-4.

(Photo Above: Vanderbilt educator works with children on creative projects.)
Advance registration is required for all workshops. Please call (631) 854-5539 for more information and to register.
All workshops are […]

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Assemblyman Andrew Raia (R,I,C-East Northport) has been assigned a new leadership role within the Assembly Minority for the 2017-2018 Legislative Session. Previously, Raia held the title of Deputy Minority Whip; however, this year he has been appointed Minority Whip.
 
“It is an honor to be trusted for this leadership role within the Conference,” said Raia. “I […]

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“On Wednesday January 25th, 2017 at 7:00pm, Halesite Fire Department 2nd Assistant Chief Dominic Spada, Firefighter Gerry Conlon, and Huntington Bay Police Chief Christopher Jack present their second night of “Be Smart, Don’t Start”, a conversation for parents and their kids about the dangers of drug and alcohol use and how it affects youth in […]

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