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There will be a very important and worthwhile blood/donor drive taking place on July 20th.

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A $4,000 grant from the Unitarian Universalist Fellowship of Huntington (UUFH) will enable Huntington Station children this summer to learn about nature and healthy food through gardening at the Gateway Park Community Garden.

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Each year, the School Based Management Team at Mandracchia-Sawmill Intermediate School in Commack chooses to raise funds for a cause or group that needs assistance.

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Suffolk County Press Release
Suffolk County Executive Steve Bellone has declared May Water Safety Month and joined with Suffolk County’s Fire, Rescue and Emergency Services (FRES), the Department of Health and the Long Island Drowning Prevention Task Force to offer residents water safety tips and urge residents to use caution while enjoying pools, beaches and waterparks. 
National […]

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Filmmaker and transparency advocate Josh del Sol will appear for q & a and reception following the screening.

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Water Quality Film Contest

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Municipalities must be creative on ways to raise awareness of the environmental challenges we face. We are confident this film contest will unleash the creativity of our residents on issues related to water quality and nitrogen pollution.”

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Deborah Hoch, MA, CCC-SLP is a speech-language pathologist with a practice in South Huntington.

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In recognition of National Emergency Medical Services Week (May 18th – 24th) the Huntington Community First Aid Squad will be hosting an Open House at its headquarters, 2 Railroad Street, Huntington Station, Sunday May 24th from 1 PM to 4 PM.
There will be fun, food, give-a-ways, building and ambulance tours and EMS demonstrations. Visitors will […]

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Assemblyman Chad Lupinacci is encouraging local residents to apply for part of the $3 million being made available to provide air conditioners to eligible low-income New Yorkers with documented medical conditions exacerbated by extreme heat.

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Our panel includes law enforcement, prevention specialists, parents, business owners, attorneys and student.

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