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The eighth annual “Souper Bowl” at North Ridge Primary School in Commack was a HUGE success!  The children collected a total of 5,368 cans and bags of soup, which were donated to Long Island Cares, one of the region’s most comprehensive hunger action organizations.

Physical education teacher, Lorraine Esposito, “sculpts” the cans into different shapes each […]

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On February 22, 2009, the Suffolk County Police Department suffered the loss of a true hero, Second Precinct Police Officer Glen Ciano, after his car was struck by a drunk driver in Commack. The SCPD and Commack Fire Department host an annual blood drive, now in its 7th year, to honor his memory and carry […]

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Seminar Providing Students with Information Needed to Combat Heroin
Epidemic in Suffolk County

Assemblyman Lupinacci speaks at “The Ugly Truth”
 
Assemblyman Chad A. Lupinacci and Assemblyman Andrew P. Raia recently joined the Suffolk County Police Department and Commissioner Tim Sini at “The Ugly Truth,” a program geared at educating youth on the dangers of heroin and opioid abuse. […]

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American Heart Month

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February 2017
American Heart Month
Heart disease is the leading cause of death for both men and women. In Suffolk County, 1,224 adults died prematurely due to heart disease and 56,275 were diagnosed with heart disease during the years 2012-2014. To prevent heart disease and increase awareness of its effects, Suffolk County is participating in American Heart […]

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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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The Open Meetings or “Sunshine” laws of New York State and Suffolk County give the public the right to attend meetings of public bodies, listen to the debates and watch the decision-making process in action. The laws also require that notice of the time and place of all meetings be given prior to every meeting.
Following […]

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Did You Know? About 20 million Americans currently have HPV (human papillomavirus), the most common sexually transmitted disease. HPV is a major cause of cervical cancer.
The good news? HPV can be prevented by the HPV vaccine, and cervical cancer can often be prevented with regular screening tests (called Pap tests) and follow-up care.
Suffolk County health […]

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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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Online Ticket Sales Are Closed! However, you can still join us on Saturday, January 7, 2016 at 6pm and pay via cash/check at the door. If you would like to let us know you’re coming, just select the “Pay At Door” ticket option below (this is optional – you do not have to do this […]

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