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PRESCHOOL KIDS COLLECT AND DONATE PAJAMAS TO CHILDREN IN NEED

The kids of The Chai Center Preschool in Dix Hills, ages 2-5, conducted a pajama drive for the Long Island chapter of the Pajama Program and collected over 50 pairs of pajamas to donate to children in need. They concluded the drive with a festive pajama party at school.
“Our students are young, but this charity was something they could […]

♥ Town Clerk Andrew Raia to Make House Calls for Valentine’s Day Marriage Ceremony Marathon ♥

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In light of COVID-19 restrictions, Huntington Town Clerk Andrew P. Raia will be making house calls to perform the Town’s first Marriage Ceremony Marathon at happy couples’ homes on Valentine’s Day, Sunday, February 14, 2021. 
“We’re not going to let COVID get in the way of true love and this long-held tradition,” commented Mr. Raia. “I […]

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Mountainside Offers Spouse and Partner Support Groups Just in Time for Valentine’s Day

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Huntington, NY – Mountainside treatment center now offers Spouse and Partner Support Groups to those who have been affected by their significant other’s substance use disorder. These free, virtual sessions are open to the public and held on the first and third Thursdays of each month from 6:30 to 8:00 pm. The support group is designed to empower […]

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Temple Beth El Max Alvarez, Film Historian, Author and Lecturer ‘The Cinema Seeks Justice’

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In our highly unjust world, moviegoers never tire of seeing unflappable people fighting corruption and injustice in court – and occasionally winning. 
It also helps when a film is based on true events.
Join film historian Max Alvarez for this compelling and inspiring multimedia journey through legal justice dramas where protagonists battle slavery and racism (Amazing Grace, […]

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Blood Drive at Temple Beth El of Huntington – January 11, 2021

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BLOOD DRIVE – January is National Blood Donor Month
at Temple Beth El
660 Park Avenue, Huntington
 
Monday, January 11th
1:00 to 7:00 p.m.
 
To signup, please contact:
Debi Fallenberg: debimaern@gmail.com   
Robin Zucker: rlzucker12@gmail.com
Sharon Sliva: (516) 478-5041 or ssliva@nybc.org
 
Please remember to eat, drink and bring your donor ID card or ID with name and photo
 
DONORS PRESENTING:

Must wear a mask or face covering
Will have their temperature taken
Must […]

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Letter from the Chief: New Year Blood Drive 1/8/21

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Dear Neighbors,
The Halesite Fire Department’s Ladies Auxiliary will be hosting the Long Island Blood Service early in the New Year as blood shortages are still at critical lows. Please join us next FRIDAY January 8th 2021 from 3:30pm – 8:00pm, to donate blood.
Both the Department and the Long Island Blood Services will be taking extra […]

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Town Officials Kick Off Huntington Winter Farmers Market with Ribbon Cutting

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Town officials joined Lona Graepel from Long Island Farmers Markets for a ribbon cutting at the opening of the Huntington Winter Farmers Market in the Town’s John J. Flanagan Center in Huntington on December 5, 2020. 
Supervisor Lupinacci and Lona Graepel were joined by Councilman Eugene Cook, Councilman Ed Smyth, Town Clerk Andrew P. Raia and […]

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Video Of Trump Supporters in Huntington Last Week

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This video above is from last weekend a parade for Trump supporters.

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The John W. Engeman Studio of The Performing Arts-Announcing Fall 2020 Classes

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We are thrilled to welcome students (ages 7 – 18) back to The John W. Engeman Studio of The Performing Arts for safe, private, in person and virtual classes. Our new offerings will allow us to instruct your child while staying safe and tailoring private instruction to suit each student’s needs.
 
All classes will be instructed […]

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Town Releases Tentative Budget for 2021

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Huntington Supervisor has released the Supervisor’s Tentative Budget for 2021, presented to the Huntington Town Board by Town Clerk Andrew P. Raia at the September 15, 2020 Town Board Meeting, and in keeping with changes Lupinacci made to make the budget process more transparent at the start of his administration, the 2021 budget process will include […]

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