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Coming Together onnetquot Central School District has come together to collect items for those in need after the devastation on Long Island following Hurricane Sandy. Spearheaded by Connetquot High School’s Student Government Organization, the district collected clothing, food, bottled water, blankets, pillows and other necessities to distribute throughout the district. Thanks to all for their generous donations. Photo by: Joseph Maniaci

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Bereavement Support Group Good Shepherd Hospice, in conjunction with Good Samaritan Hospital, will host a free series, Bridge To Hope: A Young Adult Bereavement Support Group. On Wednesdays, for eight consecutive weeks beginning December 5th through January 23rd, Bridge to Hope meetings will take place at Good Samaritan Hospital in the

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Good Shepherd Hospice presents the 6th Annual Bob Sweeney Christmas Gathering to be held on Saturday December 1st at the Hilton Long Island in Huntington. The 6th Annual Bob Sweeney’s Christmas/Holiday Gathering is free and open to school-age children (5 years old to 17 years old) who have experienced the death of an immediate family member – parent, grandparent or sibling. Caregivers will also participate in the day’s activities. Arts and crafts, music, and sharing groups are part of the day. A Personal Pal will accompany each child to help them navigate through their feelings and emotions. This annual Christmas Gathering is provided by Good Shepherd Hospice through the generosity of the Robert L. Sweeney Memorial Fund. Registration is required. For more information please call Maribeth McKeever, Assistant Director of Bereavement for Good Shepherd Hospice, at 631.465.6262.

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Suffolk County Community College and Stony Brook University have formalized a new partnership that will provide full-tuition scholarships annually to full-time students who graduate from Suffolk and transfer to Stony Brook. The agreement was signed by Dr. Shaun L. McKay, President of Suffolk County Community College, and Samuel L. Stanley Jr., MD., President of Stony Brook University. As part of the agreement, Stony Brook University will offer one full-tuition scholarship to select graduates from each of Suffolk’s three campuses, each academic year. Nominees for the scholarship must have a cumulative grade point average of at least 3.75 and, in addition to superior academic achievement, must d e m o n s t r a t e contributions to their campus and communities through activities and student leadership. Scholarship finalists will be recommended by Dr. McKay and selected by Stony Brook’s scholarship committee. The agreement also provides the scholars with counseling and advising

support as they transition from Suffolk to Stony Brook. Dr. McKay said the agreement is a continuation of his “Stay on Long Island” initiative. “I am pleased to expand the ‘Stay on Long Island’ initiative through our new partnership with Stony Brook University. The ‘Stay On Long Island’ program is one I have been working on closely with Presidents from Long Island’s four-year institutions to ensure select graduating scholars from Suffolk receive scholarships to attend colleges and universities right here in our community. Through these scholarships, students now have every chance for continued academic success and an increased likelihood that they will continue to live and work on Long Island. The ‘Stay on Long Island’ initiative is a way of cultivating the intellectual capital of those who have the best potential for transforming our region,” said Dr. McKay. Samuel L. Stanley Jr., MD., President of Stony Brook University stated, “Stony Brook University and Suffolk County Community College have

a long-standing history, and an on-going commitment, to serve the educational needs and aspirations of Suffolk County residents. Each year more than 600 students from Suffolk County Community College enroll at Stony Brook, one of the country's leading research universities and a member of the AAU. Stony Brook is proud to sponsor scholarships through the ‘Stay on Long Island Initiative’ and we applaud the efforts of Suffolk County Community College and the other partner schools to help us keep the best and brightest minds here on Long Island. Our County and our State deserve no less.” Suffolk has similar agreements in place with Adelphi University, Briarcliff College, Dowling College, Five Towns College, Hofstra University, Long Island University - C.W. Post, Long Island University Riverhead, Long Island University - Brentwood, New York Institute of Technology, St. Joseph’s College and St. John’s University.

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Suffolk County Sheriff Vincent F. DeMarco recently helped dedicate a memorial site to honor Henry H. Preston, who served our nation during the Civil War and as Suffolk County’s first salaried Sheriff from 1903 to 1906. DeMarco joined with descendants of Henry Preston, including his

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direct assistance to employees impacted by the storm. Funds raised will be distributed through hospitals and health care organizations. Other associations involved in this national fund raising effort include the Northern Metropolitan Hospital Association, New Jersey Hospital Association, the Iroquois Healthcare Alliance, Rochester Regional Healthcare Association, and Western New York Healthcare Association. “Hospital employees demonstrated tremendous dedication during this crisis,” said Kevin Dahill, president/CEO of the NSHC. “These individuals suffered serious personal loss – many are now homeless – even as they worked to ensure the safety of those in their care. The fund is intended to assist those health care workers so that they will

continue to be there for us when we need their care and expertise.” The Hospital Council and other sponsoring associations ask everyone to spread the word about this fund and consider donating to the Hurricane Sandy Health Care Employee Relief Fund. Dahill added that the fund is an excellent way for any patient or family member who has received exceptional health care services in the past to show their appreciation for this care by helping these health care workers’ colleagues rebuild their lives. Go to http://uhfnyc.org/hurrican e_sandy_relief_fund to make a tax-deductible donation. Checks can also be mailed to United Hospital Fund, 1411 Broadway, 12th Floor, New York, NY 10018-3496, Attn: Hurricane Relief Fund.

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Hospital and health care workers on Long Island and in other coastal areas of New York City and New Jersey were among the hardest hit by superstorm Sandy and thousands suffered devastating personal loss of homes and property. The Hurricane Sandy Health Care Employee Relief Fund was just established through the cooperative work of the Healthcare Association of New York State (HANYS), the Greater New York Hospital Association, and the American Hospital Association, with the Nassau-Suffolk Hospital Council (NSHC), the organization that represents all Long Island hospitals, supporting the fund’s local efforts on Long Island. The charitable contributions will be managed by the United Hospital Fund and funds collected will provide


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Beware The Emotional Toll These past few weeks has been a catastrophic episode in the lives of so many in our Long Island community. With so many agencies, organizations and volunteers working towards a speedy recovery and clean-up, it seems that lives will be back to normal soon. “However, we know that disasters can take a great emotional toll on those impacted by them and can be longer-lasting than the disaster itself,” according to Linda Leonard, Executive Director of Long Island Crisis Center. “As people resume their routine lifestyles and less media attention is given to the crisis, there are those who will be left thinking they are alone and isolated.” At this stage, it is important to recognize the signs of emotional distress and the Crisis

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Center has put together a list of warning signs for people to consider: · Sleeping too much or too little · Stomachaches or headaches · Anger, feeling edgy or lashing out at others · Overwhelming sadness · Worrying a lot of the time · Feeling like you have to keep busy · Lack of energy or always feeling tired · Drinking alcohol, smoking or using tobacco more than usual or using illegal drugs · Eating too much or too little · Not connecting with others · Feeling like you won’t ever be happy again Just as important as knowing the warning signs of distress is the importance of knowing when to ask for help…and that help is

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This holiday season, it seems especially appropriate to reflect on those things we are thankful for, individually and collectively. Considering all that most of us have been through – and continue to go through – over the last month, I believe most of us have found a new appreciation for those things formerly taken for granted. For one, if you are fortunate enough to spend this Thanksgiving holiday with your family, friends and loved ones, consider yourself ahead of the game. Sure, you may have to forgo the traditional turkey dinner at home, but was the holiday ever truly about the food to begin with?

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The North Shore-LIJ Health System announced today it has raised about $2.3 million for a relief fund that will be used primarily to benefit hundreds of employees’ families devastated by Hurricane Sandy. Within 48 hours of landfall, the 16hospital health system had placed 62 families into temporary housing, and those efforts have continued for hundreds of additional employees who were displaced. In addition, through the health system’s dedicated Emergency Employee Resource Center (EERC), North Shore-LIJ employees have already contributed over 1,000 vacation hours – totaling 137 business days – to impacted employees who will need to take time off to try to get their lives back in order. The EERC

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Yesterday’s Holiday Decorations Sale will be held at the Barn Thrift Shop at Bayport United Methodist Church, Middle Road in Bayport, from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. For information, contact 631.472.0770.

AMVETS Post 48 will host a Thanksgiving Dinner at 115 Church Street in Ronkonkoma, from 12 noon to 4 p.m. For information, contact 631.588.8608.

Sunday, November 25

The Patchogue Rotary will host an Animal Assisted Therapy Fundraiser at Paumanok Veterinary Hospital, 639 Route 112 in Patchogue, from 1 to 4 p.m. For information, contact 631.475.1312. Suffolk County Community College will present “The Nutcracker” in the Van Nostrand Theatre on the

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Monday, November 26 The Coram Civic Association will meet at the Old Coram Firehouse Community Room, 303 Middle Country Road, at 7:30 p.m. The featured speaker will be Ms. Pamela Betheil, Board Member of Eastern Suffolk BOCES.

Wednesday, November 28 A Charity Cocktail Party will be held at Toast @ 342 East Main Street in Port Jefferson, from 8 to 11 p.m. For information, contact 631.320.8537.

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On October 13th, the Farmingville-Holtsville Lions Club was invited to a Presentation Ceremony by the Lions Project for Canine Companions for Independence at the CCI Miller Campus located in Medford. This active Lions Club was recognized for donating $31,700 to the Lions Den since October 15th, 2003. In addition, the Farmingville-Holtsville Lions Club has adopted six Service Dogs through CCI and hopes to adopt another one in the Spring of 2013. Sgt. Sam Cila, a Veteran of the Iraq War spoke about the injury to his left arm due to an IED blast on July 4th, 2005. He was teamed with his CCI Service Dog Gillian in 2009. Gillian helps him with daily tasks such as tugging and holding open doors while he carries packages which prevent the fatigue of overusing his right side. Gillian and Sam travel throughout the country completing speaking and physical endurance events to help

others heal through sports and an active lifestyle. Canine Companions for Independence (CCI) is an organization that promotes the concept of training specially bred dogs to help people with disabilities other than blindness. All CCI Dogs go through an intensive training process where they learn to master more than forty commands. Dogs and Veterans are matched to form a team, and together they attend a two-week training program at a CCI Campus where they learn to work together. Canine Companions for Independence Wounded Veterans Initiative provides highly trained assistance dogs, at no cost to Veterans and active duty military personnel with physical disabilities from Iraq and Afghanistan conflicts and to military hospitals and medical centers. CCI trains four different types of dogs to address different types of disabilities. Service Dogs assist adults with physical

A Christmas Craft Festival will be held at St. Gerard Majella Church, 300 Terryville Road in Port Jefferson Station, from 4 to 9 p.m. Also Saturday, from 9:30 a.m. to 3 p.m. For information, contact 631.473.2900.

at West Sayville Christian School, 37 Rollstone Avenue in West Sayville, from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. For information, contact 631.589.2180. The Ladies Auxiliary to VFW Post 4927 will host a Flea Market Craft Fair at 31 Horseblock Road in Centereach, from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. For information, contact 631.981.2914. The Sayville United Methodist Church will host a Silent Auction at 164 Greene Avenue in Sayville, from 12 noon to 3 p.m. For information, contact 631.563.2024. Maxi Priest will perform at the Boulton Center, 37 West Main Street in Bay Shore, at 8 p.m. For information, contact 631.969.1101.

The Coram Civic Association will host its 5th Annual Holiday Gathering & Tree Lighting Ceremony at the Old Coram Firehouse, at 2:30 p.m. For information, contact 631.736.3168.

Tuesday, December 4 The Connetquot Public Library will present Certified Holistic Health Counselor Tina Annibell at 760 Ocean Avenue in Bohemia, from 7 to 8:30 p.m. For information, contact 631.567.5079. The Us Too Prostate Cancer Support Group will meet at John T. Mather Hospital in Port Jefferson, from 7:30 to 9:30 p.m. For information, contact 631.846.4377.

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The 12th Annual Lights of Love Ceremonies will be held at Astoria Federal Savings, 1047 North Country Road in Stony Brook, at 6 p.m. For information, contact 631.465.6350.

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POSITIVE CHOICES - Connetquot Central School District’s Ronkonkoma Middle School music teacher Dr. Frank Saladino recently spoke to students about using music and education to overcome the difficult obstacles he faced growing up. Through personal experience, he was able to offer students positive advice on making healthy decisions that will motivate them to believe in themselves. His powerful presentation touched all those listening and encouraged students to rise above the negativity around them. Photo by: Joseph Maniaci

HEALTHY CHOICES - Connetquot Central School District’s Edward J. Bosti Elementary School culminated their United We Stand for a Drug-Free and Bully Free Community week with an assembly for students, parents and staff that stressed the importance of making healthy choices. The 5th grade Peer Leaders acted out a story for the assembly called One that proves how one person can make a difference in people’s lives. In honor of the week’s lessons, all of the students took a drug-free pledge to promise their commitment to a healthy lifestyle. Photo by: Joseph Maniaci

Blanket In A Bag In response to hurricane victims still without electricity, Legislator Tom Muratore announced a Blanket In A Bag Drive to be held in his district office from Tuesday, November 13th, through Friday, November 30th. Donors are asked to place a new or clean, gently used blanket in a bag and deliver it to 325 Middle Country Road, Suite 3, in Selden (intersection of North

Ocean Avenue in the Waldbaum’s shopping center). The office will accept donations Monday through Friday between the hours of 10 a.m. and 4 p.m. “Many people are still without power or heat, and the cold weather is approaching quickly,” stated Legislator Tom Muratore. “The warmth of a blanket is one way to alleviate the burden that Hurricane Sandy has

bestowed on many. I am hoping that we can band together as a community to help those in need.” Blanket donations will be distributed through Lighthouse Mission and other local charities. For more information, you can contact the office of Legislator Muratore at 631.854.9292, or email tom.muratore@suffolkcou ntyny.gov.

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THE PENNY PROJECT - Connetquot Central School District’s Helen B. Duffield Elementary School made a significant effort to help rescue local animals as a part of The Penny Project. With the help of teachers Ms. Helfer, Mrs. Squicciarini, and Mrs. Prico, the students and their parents donated items to the North Shore Animal League as a community service project after being inspired by Mrs. Squicciarini’s newly PLEDGING TO BE DRUG FREE - Connetquot Central School District’s John adopted puppy, Penny. The students wrote letters home with a buddy to ask for Pearl Elementary School recently hosted an anti-drug assembly featuring a donations of old towels, blankets, newspapers, stuffed animals and old pillows to performance by a group of peer mediators who demonstrated a Stomp Out Drugs skit donate to the shelter. Photo by: Joseph Maniaci before the elementary school students. As a continuing part of the district-wide theme, United We Stand for a Drug Free Community, the students stomped out drugs with physical education teacher, Mr. Sturtz, and acted out skits with Mrs. Leopardi. Photo by: Joseph Maniaci

HONORING AMERICA’S VETS - Connetquot School District’s Ronkonkoma Middle School honored 30 special guests for Veteran’s Day. Students, faculty and community members celebrated members of the American Legion Post 155 with a breakfast and ceremony. Students were able to thank the veterans for their hard work and dedication to America and learn about their years of service. Photo by: Joseph Maniaci


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Food Drive To Be Held To aid residents needing food and warmth as a result of Hurricane Sandy’s devastation, Legislator Sarah Anker will be accepting nonperishable food items, water, bottled drinks, personal care items, pet food, household cleaning

supplies, new blankets, hats, gloves scarves and socks beginning Tuesday, November 13th. Donations can be dropped off Monday – Friday between 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. at the Legislator’s office at 620 Route 25A, Suite B, in Mount Sinai.

Collected items will be distributed by Long Island Cares to local food pantries and community service organizations in need. No glass containers or perishable foods will be accepted. “The devastating results of the hurricane

continues to effect all residents of Suffolk County, and so many community members still have little to no access to food or warmth,” said Legislator Anker. “It is times like these that we must pull together and help one another.”

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to donate to Hurricane Sandy Relief Funds. On Sunday, December 2nd, they will be presenting the same concert in the Red Ballroom of Old Westbury Gardens. The concert will begin at 1:30 p.m. and is free with admissions to the Gardens. The Edwardian Era Westbury

House will be decorated for the season and don’t forget to stop and see Santa Claus! For more information about Old Westbury Gardens you may visit their web site at www.OldWestburyGarden s.org or call them at 516.333.0048.

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Holiday Harmonies The Long Island Flute Club is pleased to continue it’s tradition of presenting our annual Holiday Concerts. Once again the Flute Club will be presenting two concerts, one at each end of our Long Island community. Both concerts will feature a variety of seasonal classics

that are guaranteed to put you in the spirit of the season. The sixteen member Flute Ensemble will feature all members of the flute family from piccolo to bass flute. The ensemble, directed by Lauren Osnato will play a variety of festive classics such as The Nutcracker Suite and A Christmas

Overture to Parade of the Wooden Soldiers and Rudolph the Red Nosed Reindeer. It’s a holiday celebration for children of all ages! Their Suffolk County concert will be Saturday, December 1st at 3 p.m. at the United Methodist Church of Lake Ronkonkoma. This is the

sixth year the Flute Club will be presenting a holiday concert at this charming church in Lake Ronkonkoma. The picturesque church is located at 792 Hawkins Avenue, in Lake Grove. The concert is free of charge. In the spirit of the holiday season, they will be taking up a collection

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It’s snowing as I write this and, like many of you, I haven’t had electricity for ten days now. I’m wearing multiple layers of clothing and gloves, and it feels as if I’ll never be able to get warm again. But I need to reach out to you because our friends, our neighbors and our community needs our assistance. The following Town Shelters and Rescues are reaching out for the community’s help...

placed. Some are waiting for the power to be turned back on; others need to rebuild. These people are living with friends and in shelters. One of their serious concerns is their beloved pets. What we’re trying to organize is a list of people available to help, one family at a time. If you can open your home temporarily to a dog or cat - not an unknown stray; rather, someone’s pet - for a limited period of time, you would be helping a family in their worst hour. Many of these families just have nowhere to take their pets while they get themselves back together. With that in mind, please e-mail me if you are able to assist. If you can take someone’s pet, let me know exactly what your requirements are... Dog or cat? Size? Male or female? Friendly with other pets or kids? How long you can foster? If you can’t take in a pet but can help in some other way (maybe transport?), please let me know. And finally, if you have any ideas on how to make this endeavor work and want to help organize it, please let me know. We will take all the help we can get.

From Bulldog Rescue: Due to the aftermath of Hurricane Sandy, many of our volunteers have been left without power, evacuated from their homes and tending to getting their own affairs in order. We are in great need of foster homes in New Jersey, Long Island and surrounding areas. This means that if you genuinely want to help a Bulldog who has no where else to turn, we will cover all approved medical expenses and will provide a MCM Rottweiler Rescue crate if needed. If you would like to volunteer to foster, please contact: www.mcmrottweilerrescue.petfinder.com Bulldogrescue1@aol.com. We don’t want to turn away a rescue, and we don’t want to see them end up on the street or in the shelters. We Hempstead Shelter: are taking donations to help with costs of boarding if for some reason Hempstead Animal Shelter is in desperate need of newspaper, towwe can’t find a foster home. We can board as a last resort. els and blankets. We don’t have power, and are running on a generator, which means we don’t have a washing machine/dryer. It is a cold Babylon Town Shelter: 30 degrees most nights. Although we have heat in the kennels, it still I have been asked by the Babylon Town Animal Shelter to try to gets chilly. We NEED people to come in to foster animals - we need assist in the huge influx of pets in need of help. Many of the residents rescues to step up to adopt from the shelter. We have small dogs, of Babylon, as well as other townships on Long Island, have been dis- felines, kittens, adults cats and seniors. Anyone interested in adopting

from the shelter is urged to contact: Nancy Giris at NGiris@tohmail.org; or Wendy Cariello at WCariello@tohmail.org. Any rescues interested in pulling from the shelter are asked to contact: Shari Polen at Spolen@tohmail.org. If you want to help, you can do the following: • foster an animal • donate newspaper • donate gently-used towels/blankets • donate pillows/cases • donate cat carriers/dog cages (all sizes) • donate cat litter/cat food (kitten food) • donate dog toys/dog food (unopened) Little Shelter: Readers, the Little Shelter in Huntington has been devastated by the storm. Eighteen trees are down and Kennel Two is destroyed. Thank heavens none of the dogs were hurt. Little Shelter is in desperate need of immediate donations (large or small) in order to rebuild and continue their wonderful rescue work and community outreach programs. Call 631.368.8770 or visit little www.shelter.com to make a donation. Do you have a Hurricane Sandy story you’d like to share? Long or short, furry or feathered, happy or sad - please send them to me for publication. Please be safe and warm, visit a shelter and adopt. Remember, Your Best Friend Is Waiting....


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At the October 9th meeting of the Connetquot School District Board of Education (BOE), Superintendent Dr. Alan B. Groveman took time to recognize a number of students for outstanding achievement over the course of the summer. Assistant Superintendent Dr. Peggie S. Staib distributed certificates to each of the students and their coaches, while praising their outstanding efforts. The competing students represented the Connetquot Public Library, and finished tied for 7th place among the 36 competing library teams in the 2012 Battle of the Books! 13 Connetquot students participated in the Suffolk County-wide reading competition which was held on August 11th at the

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Javits Center at the State University of New York at Stony Brook. The Battle of the Books is a reading competition for teens entering grades six through nine as of September. According to coach Angela Breslin, Connetquot Public Library Teen-Librarian, “This year 36 library teams from across Suffolk County competed in a daylong battle that was held at Stony Brook. Our team achieved a tie for 7th place, out of the 36 Suffolk County libraries! The members of the team voted and chose the name The Battle Bakers, which was based on the theme of one of the books, Close To Famous, by the author Joan Bauer.” Congratulations to the following students for their outstanding efforts representing the

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Mrs. Patricia Murthy, Assistant Principal of Connetquot’s Cherokee Street Elementary School in Ronkonkoma, recently led a first-grade class in a lesson on creating their own books! On September 25th Mrs. Murthy worked with Mrs. Goncalves’ students to create their own book, as opposed to just reading to the students. This innovative lesson had the students using current technology, along with a free internet program found on Storybird.com. Students took turns

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the VFW presenting many citations to Eagle Scouts across Suffolk County, Boy Scout Fingerprinting Merit Badge Counselor, Usher at St. Thomas More R.C. Church and President of The Rose Borowski Memorial Scholarship Foundation, an annual scholarship given to a graduating Hauppauge High School Senior for exhibiting excellent qualities in community service, scholastic achievement and Scouting. Ed was surprised by his son, Paul, at the recent St. Thomas More Church Young at Heart Seniors Group meeting in Hauppauge with a 90th birthday cake for him to celebrate with his friends. In addition, Legislator John M. Kennedy, Jr. presented him a Suffolk County Proclamation and new St. Thomas More Church Pastor, Father Antony Asir, shared his birthday wishes with Ed. The next night, he celebrated with some family and friends, at the Patchogue Kiwanis Oktoberfest that he attends annually, where his son, Robert, is the current President of the Patchogue Kiwanis.

the importance of recycling.” Wynn explained the benefits of, and steps used in, recycling. She explained that children need to be responsible for taking care of the earth. Ms. Wynn began the presentation by asking students if they could explain the concept of recycling, and if they were aware of items that could be reused, or products made from such materials. She was pleasantly surprised when almost every student raised a hand to answer those questions! She explained the steps, benefits and the simplicity of recycling. She also displayed wonderfully creative products that are made from recycled material,

such as pencils, paper, tshirts, shopping bags and even bracelets and decorations! Several students also took part in an interactive project using scrap paper to make their own paper by using scrap paper, water, a screen, sponges and a pan! The students left the assembly with a greater understanding and a sense of responsiblity for taking care of the earth for the years to come. Mrs. McNally, and principal Mrs. Denise Toscano, thanked Danielle Wynn for sharing such an interesting, and important, message with the students of the Idle Hour Elementary School. Photo by: Joseph Maniaci

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post-retirement life has been focused on his family and volunteerism. He has volunteered at the Long Island Veteran’s Home in Stony Brook, New York for over 6 years. He received the New York State Senate Veteran’s Hall of Fame Award by Senator John Flanagan in 2010. He, also, enjoys building model ships, painting, sketching and traveling. He continues to active in the community with the St. Thomas More Church Young at Heart Seniors Group. Ed has been very active in both, Jamaica, Queens and Hauppauge. In Jamaica, Ed was Commander of the Catholic War Veterans in 1945, President of the Holy Name Society and Member of The Appolite's Polish Social Club, Polish Legion American Veterans #5, St. Vincent Society and Usher at St. Joseph's R.C. Church. In Hauppauge, Ed was Commander of the Veterans of Foreign Wars (VFW) Post #5796 in 1980 located in Kings Park, Advisor of Explorer Post 1776, maintaining the Richard "Bull" Smith Historical Trail in Smithtown and Brookhaven started in 1975, Service Officer of

Connetquot’s Idle Hour Elementary School Youth & Family Services (YFS) Coordinator Mrs. Lara McNally introduced Islip Town’s Danielle Wynn to her students on October 9th. Wynn, representing Islip Town’s innovative WRAP program, was invited to discuss the importance of recycling to the Oakdale youngsters. According to Mrs. McNally “ … the Idle Hour School character education theme for the month of October is Responsibility’. Students are reminded that they are responsible for what they say, and do, at home, school, with friends, in the community and for the environment. Danielle Wynn came to speak with our students to discuss

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Edward J. Borowski celebrated his 90th birthday recently with St. Thomas More Church Young at Heart Seniors Group of Hauppauge and at Patchogue Kiwanis Oktoberfest with family and friends. Edward is a World War II Veteran as a Storekeeper 2nd Class (“SK2”) in the United States Navy on the U.S.S. Battleship Texas from November 27th, 1942 to October 4th, 1945. Among many medals received, Edward was honored with the Good Conduct Medal, WWII Victory Medal, AsiaticPacific Campaign Medal with two bronze stars and the Philippine LIB Medal. He was married to his late wife, Rose for over 47 years until she passed away in 1999. They originally resided in Jamaica, New York when they were married. They had three children: Janet, Robert and Paul (and Kathryn). They moved to Hauppauge, New York in 1966 and have resided there ever since. He has four grandchildren, Stephanie, James and Michael and Amanda Rose. He had worked as a technician for Fairchild and Hobart and retired from Mueller Martini in Hauppauge at age 70. His

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PLAYOFF VICTORY - Connetquot High School’s Varsity football team won their first home field playoff game against Ward Melville High School 39-7 in the first round of the Suffolk County playoffs. Coach Mike Hansen and the Thunderbirds were undefeated through the first seven weeks of the season and finished within first place in the Suffolk County Conference. Over 2,000 Connetquot fans came out to support the Thunderbirds. Photo by: Joseph Maniaci


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Lease For $349 24 Months

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$1,000 DOWN PAYMENT, 10.5K MILES PER YEAR. *LEASE EXCLUDES TAXES/BANK/1ST MONTH’ S PAYMENT/MV FEES. Stock # 130336

2013 EDGE FWD SE MSRP: $29,870

Lease For $199 24 Months $1,000 DOWN PAYMENT, 10.5K MILES PER YEAR. *LEASE EXCLUDES TAXES/BANK/1ST MONTH’ S PAYMENT/MV FEES. Stock # F130066

SANDY MAY HAVE KNOCKED 2013 FUSION SE AUTO YOU $199 DOWN BUT WE’RE HERE TO GET YOU 2012 F150 XLT SUPERCAB 4WD BACK ON $349 THE ROAD! MSRP: $24,790

Lease For

24 Months

$1,995 DOWN $225 X 24 MO. 10.5K MILES PER YEAR. *LEASE EXCLUDES TAXES/BANK/1ST MONTH’ S PAYMENT/MV FEES. Stock # F130296

MSRP: $40,305 Our Price $30, 411

Lease For

24 Months

$1,000 DOWN $225 X 24 MO. 10.5K MILES PER YEAR. *LEASE EXCLUDES TAXES/BANK/1ST MONTH’ S PAYMENT/MV FEES. Stock # 130413

507 Route 112, Patchogue 631-654-1470 www.stevens112ford.com *Present insurance claim of damaged vehicle at the dealership. Leases exclude taxes/bank/mv fees. Must finance through dealer. Valid email address required with sale. 0% financing available, term varies by model. See dealer for details. Must take delivery by 11/19/12. Not responsible for typographical errors.

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November 21, 2012 Suffolk Zone 5  

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