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              Members of the Northport High School Tour Choir had the exciting opportunity to perform with broadway legend and hometown star Patti LuPone on Jan. 23 and 24, 2017. The event also served as a fundraiser for the Northport High School Performing Arts department, in which $35,000 was raised.
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              The Harborfields Central School District is pleased to announce that physical education teacher Christine Collins has recently been inducted into the Long Island Metropolitan Lacrosse Hall of Fame. Collins was nominated by the board of the LIMLF and voted on by the general membership of LIMLF.
              Currently a […]

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Play Gets Rousing Reception at Black History Night
 
 
The history-based play “Harriet, Rosa and Me” received a rousing reception at its world premiere February 16 2017, performed as part of the Town of Huntington’s 30th annual Black History program.
Written and produced by Grammy and Emmy-award winning director J.D. Lawrence, the musical play tells the story of […]

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Elwood-John H. Glenn High School juniors and seniors in Maria Aiello and Jennifer Basford’s Advanced Placement Environmental Science classes took part in a unique lab experience with science educator Amanda Horn from Brookhaven National Laboratory (BNL) on Feb. 13. BNL provided students with lab attire and equipment to successfully take part in a citric acid […]

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Assemblyman Chad A. Lupinacci (R,C,I,Ref.—South Huntington) recently joined the South Huntington School District in recognizing seven outstanding educators in the “2017 Teacher of the Year” ceremony.
The event, held at Walt Whitman High School, was attended by administrators, students, and fellow educators from throughout the district. Lupinacci presented the teachers with New York State Assembly Citations […]

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              Elwood-John H. Glenn High School junior Gina Maletta has recently been selected as a National Youth Delegate for the 2017 Washington Youth Summit on the Environment at George Mason University this upcoming summer.
              Gina is one out of only 250 students from across the country that have been asked to participate in the intensive […]

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To the Huntingtonian editors,
I’m writing with a story tip about an entrepreneur with special needs from South Huntington who’s supporting new parents across the country.
My friend Brittany Schiavone is a 27-year-old woman and the founder of the 501(c)3 nonprofit organization Brittany’s Baskets of Hope, which is based in South Huntington. She is a graduate of […]

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Assemblyman Chad A. Lupinacci (R,C,I,Ref.—South Huntington) recently joined the South Huntington School District in recognizing seven outstanding educators in the “2017 Teacher of the Year” ceremony.
The event, held at Walt Whitman High School, was attended by administrators, students, and fellow educators from throughout the district. Lupinacci presented the teachers with New York State Assembly Citations […]

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The Northport Symphony Orchestra Newsletter

 
 
Winter 2017 

 

In this issue

Winter Concert

Ways to support NSO

Auditions in progress

 

 

 

 *NEW* Winter Concert Information
 
NSO’s next concert will be Friday, February 17, 2017!
 
Our program will feature pianist, Edward Lattari, who will perform Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart’s Piano Concerto No. 23. Mr. Lattari is a pianist and music educator and a Long Island native.  He majored in […]

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Assemblyman Chad A. Lupinacci (R,C,I,Ref.-South Huntington) joined Assemblyman Ed Ra (R-Franklin Square), and Assemblyman Anthony Brindisi (D-Utica) for a joint press conference this morning as they advocated funding increases for Special Act schools and 853, 4201, 4410 preschool programs. Special Act schools and 853, 4201, 4410 preschool programs are classifications given by the New York […]

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