Huntington Residents Can Get a Free Skin Cancer Screening at Crab Meadow Beach
The Town of Huntington is offering free skin cancer screenings performed by board-certified dermatologists from Huntington Hospital Northwell Health at Crab Meadow Beach on July 13, 2019.
“Getting a skin cancer screening is very important for your health,” said Supervisor Chad A. Lupinacci. “It is always a good idea to get your skin checked, I thank Huntington Hospital Northwell Health for collaborating with the Town to provide this critical prevention service for free.”
Crab Meadow Beach is located at the north end of Waterside Avenue, Northport. Free skin cancer screenings will be performed on a first-come, first served basis on Saturday, July 13 from 10 AM to 12 PM. No appointment is needed. Participants are advised to arrive appropriately dressed, as there is no changing area (swimwear, bikinis, swim trunks, flip flops, sandals).
Vehicle access to Crab Meadow Beach requires a beach permit. Vehicle registration and driver’s license are required. Permit must be affixed by the attendant to the vehicle. Resident Seasonal Beach Permits are $40/season. Senior Citizen Seasonal Beach Permits are free and available to senior residents, 60 years of age or older, available only at Centerport Beach, Crab Meadow Beach, and Quentin Sammis/West Neck Beach. Daily Beach Permits for residents are $30/day per vehicle with identification and $75/day per vehicle for non-residents. Daily permits are sold at all beaches (exceptions apply).
Firefighter/Rescue Seasonal Beach Permits are free for resident volunteer firefighter or resident volunteer rescue squad personnel, available at Town Hall in the Department of Parks & Recreation, Monday through Friday, from 9 AM to 4 PM.