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TUESDAY’S CHILDREN STRENGTHENS ITS TEAM WITH THE APPOINTMENT OF TWO NEW EXECUTIVES

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In its continuing efforts to strengthen the services it provides to youth, families and communities impacted by terrorism and traumatic loss here in the United States and around the globe, Tuesday’s Children announces the appointment of Lisa Oosterom as Chief Financial and Operations Officer and Alison Silberman as Director of Programs and Strategic Initiatives. The […]

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NAACP Huntington Chapter Celebrates 37 Years

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By: Michael A. Raspantini
A packed house of over 100 people crowded into the Evergreen Missionary Baptist Church on Woodhull Road last month for the thirty-seventh anniversary celebration of the NAACP Huntington Branch. Elected officials like Chad Lupinacci and William “Doc” Spencer attended to honor the group and its continued efforts and focus on local issues […]

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Little Shelter Supporter Wins $25,000

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On the last weekend of June 2016 the 18th Semi-Annual Mercedes-Benz raffle was held at Little Shelter Animal Rescue in Huntington. The winning ticket was: number 076. Our lucky winner was Elizabeth of Ronkonkoma who was present at the time of the drawing. Elizabeth is a loyal supporter of Little Shelter and attends many events. […]

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Keys For Karen Candlelight Vigil Saturday Night July 2, 2016

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CANDLE VIGIL FOR Karen Holden WILL BE HELD SATURDAY NIGHT AT 9PM July 2, 2016 IN THE PIER 1 PARKING LOT ON THE CORNER OF JERICHO AND NY AVE. THIS WILL BE PEACEFUL AND RESPECTFUL THE FAMILY WILL NOT HAVE ANGER OR DISRESPECT. Be careful parking and crossing street. There will be police surrounding […]

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Record Turnout To Beautify The Station At The 7th Annual Huntington Station Spring Cleanup

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On Saturday, April 16th 2016 over 150 volunteers of all ages came together at the 7th Annual Huntington Station Spring Cleanup to pick up trash, sweep the sidewalks, and freshen up Huntington Station. When they were finished, over 100 bags of trash and debris were collected from West Hills Road to Gateway Plaza at Olive Street […]

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The Tri-Community Youth Agency (Tri-CYA) Hall of Honor Gala Honorees

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Each year, the Tri-Community Youth Agency (Tri-CYA) holds a fundraising dinner to honor leaders in the community for their unselfish commitment to the youth of Huntington, South Huntington and Cold Spring Harbor. This year’s honorees are:
 

Suffolk County Police Officer Claudia Delgado
Huntington School District Superintendent James W. Polansky
Guru Nanak’s Kitchen

 
This Hall of Honor Gala will be […]

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Huntington Community First Aid Squad 2016 Installation

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On February 20, 2016, NYS Assemblyman Chad Lupinacci, Councilwomen Susan Berlandand and Huntington Town Clerk Jo-Ann Raia were on hand to help congratulate this year’s new officers at Huntington Community First Aid Squad 2016 Installation and Inspection Dinner held at Watermill Caterers in Smithtown.
“Each year we gather to celebrate the dedicated volunteers from Huntington Community […]

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TFCU Donates $5,000 to Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center in Commack

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Teachers Federal Credit Union (TFCU), one of the country’s largest credit unions recently donated $5,000 to support the Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center in Commack.
 
“Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center in Commack helps to provide medical care to thousands of Long Island residents. We recognize the great medical attention this renowned outpatient center offers to our […]

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School Collects Thousands of Cans of Soup for the Hungry 3903 To Be Exact

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North Ridge Primary School in Commack held its annual “Souper Bowl” and collected a total of 3,903 cans and bags of soup. Mrs. Esposito, the gym teacher at North Ridge, decided to “sculpt” the cans into the shape of a giant airplane.

Each day when the children came to gym, they were amazed at how well […]

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Jo-Ann Raia’s Valentine’s Day Marriage Ceremonies to take place on February 14, 2016

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Jo-Ann Raia’s Valentine’s Day Marriage Ceremonies to take place on February 14, 2016.  This is Ms. Raia’s 21st year performing her Valentine’s Day Marriage Ceremonies.  See full release below:

 

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