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Councilwoman Cergol Recognizes Huntington Mock Trial Team

Huntington Councilwoman Joan Cergol, at the May 1, 2018 Town Board meeting, recognized the Huntington High School Mock Trial Team, which recently was crowned Suffolk County Champion.
Councilwoman Cergol also gave special recognition to Xavier Palacios, a Huntington school board member who helped establish the team four years ago and who serves as one of its […]

Middle School’s Global Collaboration to Save the Animals

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“The House of Representatives is considering a bill that would eliminate Endangered Species Act protections for species that are not native to the United States. 
This would seriously undermine the United States’ ability to fight wildlife crime and the illegal wildlife trade threatening some of the world’s most imperiled species – like tigers, elephants, and rhinos.”- […]

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Huntington Young Republicans Honor April Student of the Month

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The Huntington Young Republicans launched their Student of the Month Program in February of 2017 to help engage local high school students in the process of politics and government. This month the organization honored Sheriden Schwertl, senior, of Cold Spring Harbor High School.  Sheriden Schwertl is a senior at Cold Spring Harbor High School.
During her time at Cold […]

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Community And Youth Agency Donates Five Buddy Benches To Half Hollow Hills

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REACH Community And Youth Agency Donates Five Buddy Benches To Half Hollow Hills
Donation Made As Part Of Their 45th Anniversary Celebration
DIX HILLS, NY, May 4, 2018 – In celebration of their 45th anniversary, the REACH
Community and Youth Agency (CYA) decided to give back to the youth they serve by
purchasing five buddy benches and donating them […]

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County and Statewide Awards Of Merit for Elwood Students

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Three students from the Elwood Union Free School District were recognized by the Suffolk Region PTA at the Reflections Awards Showcase on April 20, 2018. Elwood Middle School (EMS) student Sayna Purow was recognized with a New York State level Award of Merit in photography, and Elwood-John H. Glenn High School student Layla Leunig and […]

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Councilman Eugene Cook Proposes “The Huntington Power Authority”

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COUNCILMAN EUGENE COOK SPONSORS RESOLUTION
TO SCHEDULE A PUBLIC HEARING TO CONSIDER THE ACQUISITION OF CERTAIN REAL PROPERTY LOCATED IN NORTHPORT, NEW YORK  PURSUANT TO SECTION 201 OF THE EMINENT DOMAIN PROCEDURE.
 
Councilman Cook will sponsor a resolution to schedule a public hearing to consider the acquisition of certain real property located in Northport.  The Town Board has […]

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Students In Half Hollow Hills Help Raise Over $126,000 In Students Rebuild Challenge

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Students across all 13 grade levels and nine buildings in the Half Hollow Central School District have helped raise $126,410 in this year’s Students Rebuild Challenge by creating 21,408 self-portraits. The challenge was launched by the Bezos Family Foundation, a foundation run by the parents of Amazon founder Jeff Bezos.

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Invisible People of Color: Whaling Captains, and Crew on All Sides of Long Island Sound

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Sandi Brewster-Walker, independent historian, genealogist, and freelance writer, presents a history of 19th century whaling captains and their crew on Long Island

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Civil War Reenactment Brings History Alive at Walt Whitman High School

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Join us as we take a stroll back in time to experience Union Mounted Calvary, the roar of Field Artillery, Union and Confederate infantry demonstrating
musket firing, Field Surgeons demonstrating the medical technology and reality of being wounded in battle, a look at a Women’s role with demonstrations
over a real campfire and an authentic taste of Victorian […]

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Volleying for a Cause

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Elwood-John H. Glenn High School students came together to support a good cause and to take part in some healthy competition during the school’s annual Volleyball-a-Thon on Mar. 1. This year’s chosen causes were the Sean Urda Memorial Soccer Scholarship, Save the Kid and St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital.
All 41 participating teams showed up to […]

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