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Scarecrow Contest innesauke Elementary School fifth-graders and Arrowhead Elementary School sixthgraders put their creativity to the test this Fall as they fashioned scarecrows for the 22nd Annual Stony Brook Village Scarecrow Contest. Both schools’ scarecrows also incorporated the event’s theme of celebrating Breast Cancer Awareness Month. The final creations are on display in the Village of Stony Brook. Winners of the contest will be announced in late October.

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STATE PRAISE - Nine Ward Melville High School students were selected to participate in this year’s All-State Music Festival. Additionally, 15 students were chosen as alternates. These students are pictured here with the exception of Cristina Mata, Dorian Lampl and Gabriel Nekrutman. Photo provided by: Jennifer Kuefner, Syntax

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selected by virtue of the score they received at the NYSSMA Solo Festival held the previous spring, which notably places them among the highest in the county. The festival, which is organized by the New York State Council of Administrators for Music Education, will take place at Northport High School this November. This festival will feature Suffolk

County’s very best 11thand 12th-grade band, chorus and orchestra musicians. In addition to being selected for the All-County competition, Samuel and Daniel were selected as All-State Music Festival alternates in the areas of concert band and mixed chorus, respectively. Photo provided by: Jennifer Kuefner, Syntax

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Rocky Point School District is proud to announce that three students have been selected to participate in the 2012 All-County Music Festival. Congratulations to Samuel Raleigh (band – percussion), Zachary Riley (mixed chorus – tenor) and Daniel Wood (mixed chorus – tenor) for being chosen for this honor. These students were

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Concussion of the brain is the very common injury that occurs under different circumstances. It can occur during the simple slip and fall accident, motor vehicle accident, but most commonly it does in sport. Over the last ten years a lot of research was done with an intention to explain why there is much higher incidence of neurological disorders affecting professional sport players. This study eventually revealed that a mild head injury causes pathological processes that eventually may lead to neurological diseases such as Parkinson’s, Alzheimer’s, Lou Gehrig’s, etc. During the mild head injury or mild concussion of the brain, the symptoms of the actual injury could be transient and brief, and eventually this condition becomes virtually asymptomatic or having very subtle symptoms. Those symptoms could be just a mild headache, excessive fatigue, excessive or lack of sleep, problem with concentration. Since many symptoms of concussion are brief and may not be present on the second or third day after the concussion, it will leave very little tools to help a doctor to determine if the player is ready to go back to play. Current thinking is that optimal recovery of concussed students occurs when there is cognitive, physical, and emotional rest following injury. Additionally, research has shown that 92% of second injuries occur in the first week following the initial injury, and the goal is to allow adequate recovery time before allowing a student to risk re-injury. Pressure to return an athlete before it is safe can be intense from parents and athletes. Primary care physicians are being asked to assist in the process of keeping injured children safe by remaining objective and withholding participation until it is deemed safe with a reasonable degree of medical certainty.

return to school), but we anticipate a similar slow exertional challenge as we see in RTP. The graduated steps begin after the student has a medical clearance to return to academics, and is symptom free off pain killing medicines for a full 24 hours. RTL should be an individualized steady progression with the parent’s checking the child daily for a return of symptoms and alerting you if the student is struggling so you can provide appropriate requests for medical accommodations to the school as needed. Unlike a RTP, the RTL might start at any level and progress at a rate individualized to the student’s needs and tolerance. Steps might be skipped as tolerated and might look something like this:   Students with reasonable recovery times typically will get accommodations within the school by the principal. Students with protracted recovery beyond about 10 weeks, a school quarter, are likely eligible for a 504 plan or an IEP, and you might be asked to write a request to support the family at that time.

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The Concussion Act of NYS took effect July 1, 2012, and requires schools to: • Educate parents, athletes, coaches, athletic trainers, physical education teachers, and school nurses on concussion, • Remove observed or suspected concussed students from play based on signs and symptoms, • Withhold further participation until evaluated by, and received written and signed authorization to return to activities from a licensed physician. • Obtain physician clearance, and when the athlete has been symptom-free off pain killing medicines for a minimum of 24 hours and allow them to begin a monitored progressive six phase return to play.   MAKING A CLINICAL DETERMINATION • Symptoms: somatic (e.g. headache, nausea, dizziness), cognitive (e.g. feeling in a fog), and/or emotional (e.g. liability)

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routine of a research scientist and participated in a lesson about regeneration in the intestine. “I have always been very interested in science. I like to figure out how and why things work,” stated Ms. San Roman. “The things that I learned here at Port Jeff helped to build a very strong foundation for what I am doing now.” After high school, Ms. San Roman attended Williams College, where she was inspired to pursue scientific research as a career. She credits her recent success to her mentors, as well as to her

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The 2012 Walk for Beauty, scheduled for Saturday, October 14th, at the Stony Brook Village Center, will honor breast cancer survivor Barbara Meringolo of Stony Brook, and Legends Hair Designs and Day Spa owner Patrick Parent of Selden as it sets its sights on raising funds for breast cancer research at Stony Brook University. Co-sponsored annually by Stony Brook University Hospital and The Ward Melville Heritage Organization, the Walk for Beauty has raised more than $1 million for breast cancer research since its

inception in 1994. All proceeds from the volunteer-led event go towards research and patient support; there are no administrative fees. Meringolo says she agreed to serve as the breast cancer survivor honoree for this year’s walk as a way to inspire others to support breast cancer research. “The deciding factor for me was that I am visible in the community,” she said. “If people recognize me, I feel there might be more recognition for the cause.” Meringolo was diagnosed with breast cancer in 2003 on her

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years, with proceeds benefiting Stony Brook University Cancer Center. His Legends Hair Designs also provides pink hair extensions at the Walk, with proceeds donated to the event. “Patrick also offers wigs

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They say that two of the most taboo topics are religion and politics, subjects that should be avoided at all costs when in mixed company. Before I had my own legitimate opinions on such matters, I have to admit that I never understood what the big deal was. Now I get it. Especially in this day and age, with the advent of social media and the ability to post all sorts of potentially controversial tweets, status updates, photos, videos, etc.… is it any wonder that tensions tend to build to the point of heated disagreements? One day you’re “friends” – the next you’re engaged in a bitter dispute over political ideals. Some things should simply be left for private discourse.

Personally, I have always felt that, as long as your opinion is well informed and based on some sort of intelligent foundation, there should really be no need to defend it. Believe what you believe; just don’t try to impose it upon others. That’s what the politicians are for. Those basic philosophies which make us different are precisely what make our society unique – and interesting. No need to change that. When things take a nasty turn – which they inevitably seem to – whether in the form of written discourse or verbal sparring, that’s when it has gone too far. A little healthy debate is fine, and should be encouraged even. We should all be open to other viewpoints – perhaps, in our own narrow-minded tunnel vision, we may have missed some-

thing valid and eye opening. But merely shoving your unsolicited opinions down someone else’s throat is not only unnecessary, but borders on disrespectful. Voting booths are private for a reason, as are many religious institutions and practices. No one should feel obligated to defend his/her beliefs, so long as they are founded in some sort of informed, grounded philosophy. And if they aren’t, if they are merely based on a handful of regurgitated talking points or hearsay – well then, why would you want to recruit someone so ignorant to your side anyway? Better they are left to their own devices. Simply my opinion. Take it or leave it. {This message was approved by Jamie Lynn Ryan.}

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Tickets are on sale now for the Long Island Music Hall of Fame’s Fourth Induction Award Ceremony and Fundraising Gala. General seatin tickets for the October 18 Fundraising Gala are $50 and $75, and ar available through The Paramount box office at 63.673.7300 or online at www.paramountny.com . Premium VIP seating is available, to include full dinner and show. For information about Premium seating, please contact LIMHoF at 631.331.0808 or info@limusichalloffame.o rg. “Since our formation seven years ago, the artists who have created our musical history, as well as the Long Island community, have bee exceptionally supportive of the Long Island Music Hall of Fame and it efforts,” said James Faith, Chair of the LIMHoF

Board. “This special event is an important step in the building of this Island’s newest music museum, educational center and home for our rich music heritage. We are especially thrilled to have Long Island’s newest state of the art concert venue, The Paramount, host this great night.” Inductees are selected by the LIMHoF Board of Directors from an evolving and growing list of people, artists, and entities that were born, raised, founded, or have resided on geographic Long Island (Brooklyn/Queens/Nassau /Suffolk) for a significant portion of their career. Induction is based on historical importance and the significance of their contribution to Long Island’s rich musical heritage. Complete induction criteria and more about previous inductees at

www.limusichalloffame.or g/inductees. “Since the inception of the idea to build The Paramount, it has been our goal to support the growth of music and the arts on Long Island, said the owners of The Paramount. “We share similar goals with the Long Island Music Hall of Fame in that The Paramount strives to showcase legends and encourage rising stars. We are honored to provide our support and open our doors to this the Long Island Music Hall of Fame and Long Island music fans.” Past inductees, presenters and/or those who have attended the previous Long Island Music Hall of Fame Galas include: Billy Joel, Paul Shaffer, Lou Reed, Eddie Money, Joan Jett, Twisted Sister, Mariah Carey, The Ramones, Barbra Streisand, Peter Criss

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The Long Island Music Hall of Fame (LIMHoF) is proud to announce its 2012, and fourth Class of Honorees, to be inducted at its star-studded red carpet Fourth Induction Award Ceremony and Fundraising Gala on Thursday, October 18th, at The Paramount in Huntington. This very special event will also be a fundraiser for LIMHoF’s new museum home in Port Jefferson Village. The fourth induction class will include: · 2012 Harry Chapin Award recipient and previous LIMHoF inductee Dee Snider of Twisted Sister · Classic rock band Barnaby Bye · The Lovin’ Spoonful’s Joe Butler and Steve Boone · Singer Taylor Dayne · Songwriter Ervin Drake · Concert Security Systems, Inc. and

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COMING EVENTS AROUND TOWN Send Coming Events To: Neighbor Newspapers, 565 Broadhollow Road, Farmingdale, NY 11735; Fax To: 631.226.2680; or E-mail To: editorsb@southbaynews.com at least two weeks prior to the date of the event. All events will run in the Coming Events Calendar on a space available basis. For further information, contact: 631.226.2636, extension 275.

Wednesday, October 10 The Bayport-Blue Point Community Expo will be held at Bayport Flower Houses, from 4 to 8 p.m. There will be games, music, face painting, raffles and more.

Thursday, October 11 The Pink Rock Classic 2012 will be held at the Great Rock Golf Club in Wading River. For information, contact 631.476.2723. The Friends of the Sachem Library will meet at 150 Holbrook Road, in Community Room A, at 10:30 a.m. For information, contact 631.588.5024. The Holistic Moms Network will meet at Whole Foods of Lake Grove, 120 Moriches Road in Lake Grove, from 7 to 8 p.m. For information, contact 631.775.6566.

Friday, October 12 Kids Night Out will be held at Take One Theatre Arts, 1021 Portion Road in Farmingville, from 6:30 to 9:30 p.m. For information, contact 631.569.2148.

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A Reading at The Poetry Place will be held at 58 Waverly Avenue in Patchogue, at 7 p.m. For information, contact 631.422.6934. The Greg Galluccio Musical Extravaganza will perform at the Grounds and Sounds Café. Open mic sign-up will begin at 7:30 p.m. For information, visit www.groundsandsounds.org.

Saturday, October 13

The Friends of Connetquot will present a Nature Photography Workshop for Beginners in the Main Building on Sunrise Highway in Oakdale, at 8 a.m. for information, contact 631.581.1072. Where’s The Fire will be presented in Fireman’s Park, 725 Middle Country Road in Ridge, at 9 a.m. For information, visit brookhavenfiremuseum.org.

Options Thrift Shop’s Harvest Festival will be held at 392 Hawkins Avenue in Ronkonkoma, from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Rain Date: 0ctober 20th. Take One Theatre Arts will host auditions for “Miracle On 34th Street” at 1021 Portion Road in Farmingville, from 2 to 4 p.m. For information, contact 631.569.2148. The Village of Lake Grove will host its 2012 Harvest Festival & Halloween Celebration, from 12 noon to 3:30 p.m. Rain Date: October 14th. For information, contact 631.585.2000. The Friends of the Engine Company #2 of the Bohemia Fire Department will host a Comedy Night at the main firehouse, 950 Pearl Street in Bohemia, at 7 p.m. For information, contact 631.589.2555.

Sunday, October 14 A Charity Event for the Stony Brook Kids Psychiatric Unit will be held at Angel Ministries Holistic Center, 1344 Middle Country Road, Suite West 1, in Centereach, at 12 noon. For information, contact 631.696.8033. Take Steps For Crohn’s & Colitis will be held at the Stony Brook University Campus, beginning with check-in and registration at 12 noon. The Walk will start at 1 p.m. Elvis: Flashpoint Of Fame will be presented at the Long Island Museum, 1200 Route 25A in Stony Brook, at 2 p.m. For information, contact 631.751.0066.

Monday, October 15 Auditions for Playcrafters’ Every Christmas Story Ever Told (And Then Some!) will be held at the Boys and Girls Club of Bellport, 471 Atlantic Avenue, from 7 to 9 p.m. Also Tuesday, from 7 to 9 p.m. For information, contact 631.627.6048.

Wednesday, October 17 The Holistic Moms Network will meet at Panera Bread,

4959 Nesconset Highway in Port Jefferson Station, from 11 a.m. to 12 noon. For information, contact 631.775.6566.

Thursday, October 18 A Shop & Dine & Laugh Fundraiser will be held at the Holbrook Country Club, 700 Patchogue-Holbrook Road in Holbrook, from 6 to 9 p.m. For information, contact the Long Island Golden Retriever Rescue at 516.578.3803. Dahlias 101 will be held at the Carriage House in the Bayard Cutting Arboretum, Montauk Highway in East Islip, at 7 p.m. For information, contact 631.754.1002. A Keep Islip Clean Meeting will be held at 660 Main Street in Islip, at 7 p.m. For information, contact 631.224.2627. The Great South Bay Audubon Society will meet at Connetquot State Park and Preserve, Sunrise Highway in Oakdale, at 7 p.m. For information, contact 631.563.7716.

Friday, October 19 The Sayville United Methodist Church Thrift Shop will sponsor a Buy One/Get One Half Price Clothing Sale at 164 Greene Avenue in Sayville, from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Also Saturday, from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. For information, contact 631.589.0624. A Psychic Event will be held at the Medford Fire Department Ladies Auxiliary at 171 Oregon Avenue, at 7 p.m. For information, contact 631.289.7350. The Custer Observatory’s 34th Annual Astronomy Jamboree will be held at 1115 Main Bayview Road in Southold, beginning at 7 p.m. For information, contact 631.765.2626.

Saturday, October 20 A Mental Health Healing/Counseling Seminar will be held at Christ United Methodist Church, 454 Old Town Road in Port Jefferson Station, at 10 a.m. For

information, contact 631.758.6107. Friends of the Sachem Library will host a Fall Book Sale in Community Rooms A & B, 150 Holbrook Road, from 12 noon to 3 p.m. For information, contact 631.588.5024. A Barn Dance will be held at the Infant Jesus Parish Center, Main Street in Port Jefferson, at 2:30 p.m. For informaiton, contact 631.473.4848. Jesus Alive will present An Evening Of Dance & Music at Village of Faith Church, 1070 Portion Road in Farmingville, at 7 p.m. For information, contact 631.732.7088. The Brookhaven Oktoberfest will be held at the German American Settlement Clubhouse, just off Mill Road in Yaphank, from 7 to 11 p.m. For information, visit www.brookhavenchoral.org. A Chinese Auction will be held at St. Joseph the Worker Parish Center, 510 Narragansett Avenue in East Patchogue, beginning at 8 p.m. For information, contact 631.286.9133.

Sunday, October 21 The Long Island Museum will present cartoonist Mike Lynch at 1200 Route 25A in Stony Brook. For information, contact 631.751.0066. The Center for Italian Studies will present “Vespucci, Italian Navigator, and Naming of America” at the Stony Brook University Center for Italian Studies meeting room in Melville Library, Room E4340, at 2:30 p.m. For information, contact 631.632.7444.

Monday, October 22 The Port Jefferson Documentary Series will present “Plimpton!” starring George Plimpton as himself at Theatre Three, 412 Main Street in Port Jefferson, at 7 p.m. For information, contact 631.473.5220.

Wednesday, October 24 Hope After Stroke: A Free

Community Event For Stroke Survivors And Caregivers will be presented at St. Charles Hospital in the Wisdom Conference Center, from 9 a.m. to 2:15 p.m. For information, contact 631.474.6797. The South Bay Art Association will present a discussion by artist Julianna Kirk at the Bellport Community Center, 4 Bell Street in Bellport, at 7:15 p.m. For information, contact 631.589.7518.

Ongoing Events The Works Of Jeff Epstein will be presented through October 18th at the Michael J. Grant Campus of Suffolk Community College. Suffolk Community College will present “Hans Van De Bovenkamp: Shaping Space” through October 20th at the Lyceum Gallery, in the Montaukett Learning Resource Center. For information, contact 631.548.2536. Journey Of An Artist will be presented through October 21st at the Ward Melville Heritage Organization, 97P Main Street in Stony Brook Village. For information, contact 631.689.5888. Plein Air Peconic VII will be presented through October 22nd at the South Street Gallery, 18 South Street in Greenport. For information, contact 631.477.0021. The CM Performing Arts Center will present “Man Of La Mancha” from October 13th through November 4th at 931 Montauk Highway in Oakdale. For performance dates and times, and ticket information, contact 631.218.2810. Godspell will be presented from October 19th through November 3rd at Take One Performing Arts, 1021 Portion Road in Farmingville. For performance dates and times, and ticket information, contact 631.569.2148. George Hallock’s “Determined To Paint” will be on exhibit from October 20th through December 15th at the Southold Historical Society’s exhibition building, The Reichert Family Center, in the Cosden Price Gallery. For

information, contact 631.765.5500. Hauppauge Homemakers will meet on Wednesdays at the Ronkonkoma Beach Pavilion on the lake, Rosevale Avenue in Ronkonkoma, at 10 a.m. For information, contact 631.348.3615. The Compassionate Friends will meet on the second Friday of each month at St. Sylvester’s Church, Robinson Avenue, at 7:30 p.m. For information, contact 631.738.0809.

Save The Date The 6th Annual PAK Halloween Bash will be held on October 27th at Crowne Plaza Hotel in Holtsville, from 2 to 4 p.m. RSVP by October 17th. For information, visit www.protectallergickids.org. Vendors are wanted for a Holiday Bazaar on November 17th at Mt. Sinai Congregational Church, 233 North Country Road in Mt. Sinai, from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. For information, contact 631.473.1582. Vendors are wanted for a Flea Market/Craft Fair on December 1st at VFW Post 4927 Ladies Auxiliary, 31 Horseblock Road in Centereach, from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. For information, contact 631.981.2914.

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one of only 16,000 students throughout the country to achieve this honor, which signifies that he is among the highestscoring entrants in New York State. “Zachary is a multitalented student who excels in all academic areas,” stated Earl L. Vandermeulen science teacher and Science Olympiad coach Michel Krivosta. “He has a very outgoing personality and loves to be with people. He is a natural leader.” Zachary is one of the top

students on the High School Science Olympiad Team and has won numerous medals at competitions. He is also captain of the Academic Team. Zachary began as one of the 1.5 million high school students who took the PSAT/NMSQT last October. Semifinalists who have advanced to finalist standing by meeting high academic standards and all other requirements will be notified this coming February.

Joseph Reboli, His Work…His Life will be on exhibit at the Ward Melville Heritage Organization September 30th through October 21st. This free exhibit will feature nationally acclaimed Long Island painter, Joseph Reboli, who is famous for his renderings of everyday scenes and subjects. Although he produced a series of cityscapes in the 80’s and explored Italian landscapes in the 90’s, he always returned to his primary subjects: the sites and structures of eastern Long Island and its environs. His art was influenced by Andrew Wyeth, Franz Kline, Willem de Kooning and Jasper Johns. He

examined objects in the landscape - beaches, porches, chairs, trucks, gas pumps, highways, road signs, produce and flowers - whose forms and textures intrigued him. Many artists tried to paint like Reboli, but no one really ever did. His death in June of 2004 ended a career that had captivated an enormous audience of art lovers. This exhibit will include a Panel Discussion and Q&A on October 14th from 2 to 3:30 p.m. featuring Virginia Foster, Sister of Joe Reboli; Colleen Hanson, retired Gallery North Director; Howard Eskin, Collector and David Ebner, Fellow Artist and woodworker. A self-guided walking tour brochure will also be

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The Port Jefferson School District recently announced high school senior Zachary Graziano as a National Merit semifinalist. The National Merit Scholarship Program is an academic competition for recognition and scholarships that high school students enter by taking the Preliminary SAT/National Merit Scholarship Qualifying Test and by meeting program entry and p a r t i c i p a t i o n requirements. Zachary is

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available. Reboli’s family has a long history in Stony Brook and the walking tour includes many of the sites that are particularly significant such as the Stony Brook Mill Pond, c. 1751, the Stony Brook Grist Mill, c. 1751 and the Reboli House, c. 1740. The exhibit takes place at WMHO’s Educational & Cultural Center, 97P Main Street in Stony Brook Village from September 30th through October 21st and is open seven days a week: Monday through Friday, from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.; Saturday and Sunday, from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. For additional information, call 631.689.5888 or visit wmho.org.

Regional Recognition

Pride On Display Different schools and organizations throughout the district were featured at the fair and set up entertainment booths for attendees to enjoy. Just before kickoff at the big football game, representatives from each of the district’s eight schools paraded the track to display the homecoming banners their buildings had created for the annual banner contest. This year’s contest tested the students’ creativity and called for them to construct banners following the theme of “Change Happens Through...” This year’s banner contest winner was Arrowhead Elementary School.

As the clouds parted briefly, Ward Melville football players marched onto the field with an undefeated record. Although the team appeared strong for the first three quarters, it was two unexpected touchdowns in the last quarter that resulted in a 17-14 loss for the Patriots. Despite the tough loss, members of the district’s cheerleading squads kept up the crowd’s excitement with dazzling routines, and the Ward Melville marching band and color guard performed brilliantly during halftime. This year’s halftime routine was filled with Latin numbers and featured songs by Chuck Mangione.

Ward Melville High School senior Taylor Mussendon has been named one of 20 Long Island Arts Alliance Scholar-Artists for the 2012-2013 school year. Taylor was nominated for this honor by Ward Melville Chairperson for Art and Technology Jennifer Trettner and was selected based on her application, GPA, design portfolio, letters of

recommendation and personal essay. “Taylor is an amazingly talented, intelligent, determined and motivated student who excels in the graphic design program at Ward Melville,” stated Ms. Trettner. “She has a sophisticated design sense for a high school student, is articulate in her client presentations and understands the true meaning of teamwork.”

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The Three Village School District community came together at the end of September to form a sea of green and gold in celebration of Homecoming 2012. Although the forecast for the weekend provided little relief from passing showers, students and residents both young and old came out in support of their hometown Patriots. As the rain forced the district to cancel the community pep rally and bonfire scheduled for Friday evening, this year’s homecoming events took place on Saturday and consisted of a widely supported carnival fair, banner parade and several athletic contests held throughout the day.

In addition to being profiled in Newsday, Taylor will be recognized at the Usdan Center for the Creative and Performing Arts on September 20 and again in the spring at a reception at the Tilles Center for the Performing Arts. Photo provided by: Jennifer Kuefner, Syntax


On Monday, October 1st, 10 representatives from Prudential Financial of Melville’s volunteer group Prudential CARES, including central agency manager Anthony Coulianidis, joined together with select students from the Edna Louise Spear Elementary School to begin working on the school’s butterfly exploratorium. Also in attendance were Superintendent of Schools Dr. Kenneth Bossert, representatives from the school’s PTA and Royal Education Foundation, Director of the Port Jefferson Free Library Robert Goykin and parents. The project is part of Prudential’s Global Volunteer Day, an annual initiative during which Prudential Financial employees and their families and friends donate hundreds of thousands of hours to

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projects designed to better their local communities. “I had a vision for the school’s courtyard to become a living science project,” stated parent and coordinator Laura Hill Timpanaro. Team members and students worked together to plant flowers and butterfly bushes, create and set up pinwheels, position benches and handprint paint a birdbath in school colors - all of which were donated by local businesses. Students also decorated rocks with wishes written on them. “A dream needs to build upon something strong, which is why we chose rocks,” said Ms. Timpanaro. “It is also Prudential’s symbol and an icon of strength, stability and innovation.” Though only a handful of students were chosen to participate in the groundbreaking activities, every grade will have an

Scarecrows For The Village Minnesauke Elementary School fifth-graders and Arrowhead Elementary School sixth-graders put their creativity to the test this fall as they fashioned scarecrows for the 22nd Annual Stony Brook Village Scarecrow Contest. For their entry, the sixth-graders at Arrowhead worked with art teacher Rachel Condron to build an 8-

foot-tall scarecrow of Olympic swimmer Ryan Lochte. Made of chicken wire and plaster, the students’ scarecrow was complete with a London swim cap, wooden wave boards and, of course, a gold medal. Each fifth-grade class at Minnesauke created a sports-themed scarecrow. From soccer, baseball and football to roller hockey and lacrosse, each class

each put their own twist on their displays. Both schools’ scarecrows also incorporated the event’s theme of celebrating Breast Cancer Awareness Month. The final creations are on display in the Village of Stony Brook. Winners of the contest will be announced in late October.

opportunity to participate and make their contributions to the exploratorium during class time. “The younger students are learning about butterflies and will utilize the butterfly bushes for observation,” said Ms. Timpanaro. “A music class will make wind chimes, an art class will create kaleidoscopes and kinetic sculptures; the lesson possibilities go on and on.” The project, along with an application, qualifies SCARECROWS FOR THE VILLAGE - Minnesauke Elementary School fifth-grade the school for a $1,000 classes each created a sports-themed scarecrow for this year’s 22nd Annual Stony grant from Prudential to Brook Village Scarecrow Contest. Photo provided by: Jennifer Kuefner, Syntax further scientific exploration with the exploratorium. “This project shows that the community is really focused on pulling together,” stated Ms. Timpanaro. “I think more people will want to join in and lend a hand once they see what a great thing we have started.”

Department Recognized

Legislator Sarah Anker recently attended a celebratory luncheon to recognize the dedication and commitment of the Miller Place Fire Department Junior Company. Legislator Anker also presented a proclamation to Junior Company advisor James Mangelli for ALL SMILES - Members of the Ward Melville High School varsity cheerleading squad his guidance and were all smiles before the start of the big homecoming game. Photo provided by: commitment to the Jennifer Kuefner, Syntax department. Since March

2007, James has been an active participant assisting the Junior Fire Department Company, the Old Fashioned Drill Team, and the Miller Place Fire Department Hook and Ladder Company. Currently, James holds the position of head advisor of the Miller Place Fire Department Junior Company. He was also recognized in 2008 for his work with the Engine

Company. “The Junior Fire Department’s work with the community, as well as their dedication to make our neighborhoods a better place to live, is a commendable asset to Suffolk County,” said Legislator Anker. “I whole heartedly thank the members of the Junior Company for their contributions.”


The New York State Council of Administrators for Music Education has selected three Earl L. Vandermeulen High School seniors to participate in the AllCounty Music Festival. Jonathan Chun, Kirsten Crovello and Rebecca Spinner will be performing at Connetquot High School on November

7th and at Northport High School on November 15th and 16th. The festival features a collaboration of the top 11th- and 12th-grade musicians from Suffolk County. Students were selected on a competitive basis, with NYSSMA scores as the main criteria along with teacher recommendations.

Jonathan will also be representing the Port Jefferson School District at the New York State School Music Association All-State Winter Conference in Rochester from November 29th to December 2nd. There he will be performing among the finest high school students from the state.

ALL-COUNTY - Pictured: NYSCAME participants (left to right) Jonathan Chun, Rebecca Spinner and Kirsten Crovello with high school chorus teacher Jason Crockett (far right) and Director of Music & Fine Arts Michael Caravello.

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Timothy Fogarty Emily Dana Orchestra Viola, String Orchestra Rebecca Friedman Andrew Dill Mixed Chorus Jazz Bass (alternate) Ryan Gao Timothy Fogarty Orchestra Trumpet, Wind Harold Griffin Ensemble Mixed Chorus Ryan Gao ViolinCello (alternate) Brooke Goldstein Brooke Goldstein Mixed Chorus Alto I, Mixed Chorus Eric Hu Eric Hu Orchestra Violin (alternate) Yuna Hur Yuna Hur Orchestra Violin (alternate) Jessica Kennedy Dorian Lampl Mixed Chorus Jazz Tenor Voice Henry Lane (alternate) Orchestra Harrison Li Harrison Li Violin (alternate) Orchestra Abigail SerigneseBenjamin Meehan Maier Orchestra Piccolo and Lucas Nocera Symphonic Band and Mixed Chorus Flute (alternate) Nick O’Brien Cristina Mata Orchestra Violin, Symphony Abigail SerigneseOrchestra Maier Kierran McAuliffe Orchestra Jazz Guitar (alternate) Cristina Mata Gabriel Nekrutman Orchestra Jazz Alto Saxophone Kayla Monahan (alternate) Women’s Choir Adity Sampath Siavash Parkhideh ViolinCello, Symphony Band Orchestra Alyssa Paskow Nicholas O’Brien Mixed Chorus Violin (alternate) Trevor Pearson Maria Scutari Mallet Mixed Chorus Percussion and Travis Quinn Symphonic Band and Orchestra Snare Drum (alternate) Jenna Raynoha John Adam Strub Women’s Choir Tenor II and Mixed Spencer Rosner Chorus and Jazz Mixed Chorus Tenor Voice (alternate) Adity Sampath All-County Orchestra Sarah Amblard Madison Schmitt Mixed Chorus Women’s Choir Samantha Aquilina Maria Scutari Women’s Choir Orchestra Sarah Barnitt Billy Spitz Mixed Chorus Mixed Chorus Kathryn Barnitt John Adam Strub Orchestra Mixed Chorus Matthew Baruch Lindsay Voigt Orchestra Mixed Chorus Kayla Benaburger Anthony Zambito Women’s Choir Mixed Chorus Thomas Brown Jennifer Zhong Mixed Chorus Women’s Choir Sarah Brownawell Travis Quinn Mixed Chorus Snare Drum Annemarie Cartwright (alternate) Mixed Chorus Light Travels James Cribbins Unlike other light, which Mixed Chorus scatters, laser light travels Emily Dana in only one direction. Orchestra

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Ward Melville High School talented studentmusicians have once again been overwhelmingly recognized at the local and state level. This fall, 41 students were selected to participate in the 2012 NYSCAME-SCMEA AllCounty Music Festival and nine students were chosen for the 2012 NYSSMA All-State Music Conference. Additionally, 15 students were named alternates for the AllState Conference. Selection into these festivals is based on the students’ NYSSMA scores from the previous spring, as well as teacher recommendations. This year, Ward Melville students will be taking part in the following ensembles: mixed chorus, orchestra, women’s choir, band, wind ensemble and jazz band. “This is a tremendous privilege for our students,” stated Ward Melville High School music coordinator Linda Contino. “This honor enables the students to represent our district at the county and state levels. Their selection to these prestigious groups is not only a reflection of their professionalism but also the musical talents they have honed during their time of study at Ward Melville.” This year’s All-County Music Festival will culminate in a concert on November 16th at 7 p.m. at Northport High School and the All-State festival will be held in Rochester, New York from November 29th through December 2nd. Congratulations to the following students: All-State Kathryn Barnitt Violin (alternate) Matthew Baruch Trumpet, Symphonic Band Mark D’Angio Jazz Piano (alternate)

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COUNTY PRAISE - This year, 41 Ward Melville High School students were selected to participate in the 2012 NYSCAME-SCMEA All-County Music Festival. Pictured here are the students with the exception of Sarah Amblard, Cristina Mata, Benjamin Meehan, Lucas Nocera and Madison Schmitt. Photo provided by: Jennifer Kuefner, Syntax

VARSITY EFFORT - Ward Melville High School’s varsity football team experienced their first loss in the 2012 season to Commack High School as the game ended in a 17-14 upset. Photo provided by: Jennifer Kuefner, Syntax


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system weighs 45 pounds and includes a footplate, strapping mechanisms for the legs, hips and trunk, robotic exoskeletons on each lateral leg, a backpack which stores the batteries and computer and a remote control system on a wrist band. The ReWalk participant uses arm crutches to maintain balance during standing and walking. The two ReWalkers will participate in the 1-mile Walk and this will be the first time each participates in this type of an event utilizing the exoskeleton-assisted walking device. One of the participants is Theresa Hannigan, a former Army Sergeant who served during the Vietnam era and was left paralyzed two years ago as a result of a progressive

autoimmune disease which she contracted while in the Army. Hannigan has been training with the ReWalk at the National Center of Excellence for the Medical Consequences of Spinal Cord Injury at the James J. Peters VA Medical Center, Bronx, NY. She plans to use the exoskeleton walk the 1mile road race to raise money for the organization Hope For The Warriors®. “Come out and cheer me on and raise hope for my fellow Warriors as I reWalk this mile. Please help the cause by donating in my name,” said Hannigan. To donate to this cause, v i s i t www.hopeforthewarriors. org/longislandrun and choose “Sponsor

Participant.” They will be joined by wounded service members and veterans, families of the fallen, local government officials, and thousands from within the community. The event will begin with a ceremony, honoring the sacrifices of wounded service members and the fallen. The race will be held at the Town Hall of Babylon in Lindenhurst. Participants may choose to run or walk in the 10K, 5K or the 1-mile Walk/Run. All funds raised with benefit Hope For The Warriors® a national nonprofit organizations that assists combat wounded service members, their families and families of the fallen. Registration is $25 per person with special

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The 5th Annual Long Island Run For The Warriors® will be held on Saturday, October 20th. Each year, this race is completed by nearly 2,000 runners and walkers from Long Island, all who honor and support the sacrifices of our nation’s heroes. This year, participants will be joined by two ReWalkers who will utilize new cutting edge technology to complete the 1-mile Walk event. The ReWalkers are participants of the Spinal Cord Damage Research Center at the James J Peters VA Medical Center in Bronx, NY. The ReWalk is a robot-assisted exoskeleton. Use of the ReWalk permits a person with motor-complete paraplegia to stand, walk over ground and to ascend/descend stairs. The

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Morning Schedule: 9 a.m. - Opening Ceremony 9:30 a.m. - 5K start 9:45 a.m. - 10K start 10 a.m. - 1-Mile Walk/Run start 11:30 a.m. - Closing Ceremony and Awards All proceeds will benefit Hope For The Warriors®, a national nonprofit organization that assists combat wounded service members, their families, and families of the fallen. Hope For The Warriors® thanks Presenting Sponsors Local 338 and the Town of Babylon for making this event possible. Sponsorship opportunities are still available. Contact Jack Caffey, Jr. (jcaffey@hopeforthewarri ors.org) to learn more.

cancer every year. Thanks to improvements in chemotherapy, radiotherapy and surgery, there are more than 300,000 children, teens and young adults in the United States who are survivors of childhood cancer and require ongoing care. To help meet the complex needs of survivors, CCMC pediatric oncologist hematologist Jonathan Fish, MD, created the Survivors Facing Forward Program (SURFF). “Though we cannot choose our challenges,” Dr. Fish said, “Survivors Facing Forward will help survivors face the unique concerns ahead, and will advocate for your wellbeing and serve as a resource.” Survivors also know the importance of a positive attitude, a fact evident in the smiles of the hundreds present. To make a donation to support the Division of Hematology/ Oncology and Stem Cell Transplantation at Cohen

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Herzlich talked about his own successful battle with Ewing’s sarcoma, a rare form of bone cancer. When he was diagnosed at age 21 before starting his senior year at Boston College, Mr. Herzlich was told that he would not be able to play football again - and may never run again. “I decided that I wasn’t going to let cancer beat me,” Mr. Herzlich

told fellow survivors. His dream of playing football pushed him to not just be a survivor, but to “be a thriver.” A three-year cancer survivor who won a Super Bowl ring with the Giants in February during his rookie season, he encouraged attendees to “fulfill your dreams.” The event, made possible by the support of Ruth and Harold Nelkin as

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Eisenhower Park was filled with the laughter of more than 700 pediatric cancer survivors and family members who gathered for the inaugural Les Nelkin Pediatric Cancer Survivors’ Day hosted by Cohen Children’s Medical Center (CCMC) of New York. They cheered as the event’s keynote speaker, New York Giants’ linebacker Mark

a way to honor the memory of their son, Les, attracted former child cancer patients of all ages. They included Tracy Vicere, who is celebrating 22 years of survivorship after being diagnosed at age 16 with two different types of cancer, Hodgkin’s Disease and NonHodgkin’s Lymphoma. CCMC was her home away from home for months. Despite the difficulties of treatment, she had the support of her family and made many great friends with the hospital staff and her team of doctors. “I felt I was saved for a reason and am thankful to give back to Cohen through my foundation, Friends and Angels: The Tracy Vicere Foundation,” she said. The foundation hosts fundraisers to benefit the Division of Hematology/Oncology and Stem Cell Transplantation at CCMC. As a leading center of pediatric oncology, CCMC sees approximately 200 new cases of childhood

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The Children’s Community Head Start and Early Head Start, a federally funded comprehensive early childhood program for income eligible families, recently released the results of its annual community assessment. The assessment measures trends related to poverty, hunger, health, employment and housing status in Suffolk County. The information gathered enabled the Children’s

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MASONRY SPECIALIST Chimneys cleaned repaired, rebuilt and relined. CHIMNEY KING (631) 225-2600 (516) 766-1666 www.chimneykinginc.com

Miscellaneous Services DISH NETWORK. Starting at $19.99/month PLUS 30 Premium Movie Channels. FREE for 3 Months! SAVE! Ask About SAME DAY Installation! CALL 1-888-823-8160 HIGHSPEED INTERNET EVERYWHERE BY SATELLITE! Speeds up to 12 mbps! (200 x faster than dial-up.) Starting at $49.95/mo. CALL NOW & GO FAST! 1-888-927-0861 PROFESSIONAL HEADSTONE CLEANING Our Services include The Cleaning of Granite Stone and Bronze Markers (all Sizes ) (Starting at $40.00) Please Call Bob (631) 806-1395 HEADSTONECLEANING@HOTMAIL.COM

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BASS LAKE: 6 ACRES ON LAKE, $29,900. 7 Acres, 100' on lake, $39,900. www.LandFirstNY.com 1-888-683-2626 COURT ORDERED LAND LIQUIDATION. 17 acres $29,900. Just off NY's I-90, Cooperstown Lake Region! Nice views, hardwoods, creek, beautiful fields! Great bldg. Site! Terms avail! Must sell NOW! 1-888-701-1864 www.NewYorkLandandLakes.com

Stores For Rent / Sale LINDENHURST VILLAGE Professional Office, Ground Floor, Near District Court and LIRR, $1195 a month. Also, ideal for retail use, office, showroom. Parking. Call owner. Rich (631) 920-7610 PHONE IN YOUR AD to our Classified Dept. 631-226-2636 press “2” for Classified or stop by our Lindenhurst office at 15 W. Hoffman Ave.

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years of support of the Long Island For Inspiration and Recognition of Science and Technology (FIRST) Robotics Program. At the tournament, Senator Johnson was pleased to join with SBPLI Executive Director Joani Madarash and Chairman Hans Zobel as SBPLI received a $25,000 grant from the

Motorola Solutions Foundation, the charitable arm of Motorola Solutions, Inc. The grant will ensure that SBPLI will be able to continue to host the Long Island Regional FIRST Robotics Competition (FRC), which hosts 50 schools from Long Island, the metropolitan New York area and other states.

Open Houses Scheduled Members of the admissions staff will be in attendance to guide students and parents through the admissions process and to answer questions. The Open House program also includes useful information for recentlyaccepted students, who will have the opportunity to learn more about placement testing, academic advisement and financial aid. “Whether you have already been accepted to Suffolk County Community College or are a prospective student, making a personal visit to a campus is critical to the college decision making process,” said Joanne E. Braxton, Suffolk’s Dean of Enrollment. “We welcome students and their families to join us at our upcoming Open House, where they will find a dynamic overview of the academic programs and student support services available at the College. They will also have the opportunity

to tour the campus with student guides, who are available to answer questions based upon their own experience as students.” In light of the increased demand for access to community colleges, the best way to secure admission to Suffolk County Community College for the spring 2013 semester is to attend Open House and apply for admission early. The Ammerman Campus in Selden is located on Nicholls Road, north of Exit 62 of the LIE. The Michael J. Grant Campus is located on Wicks Road, south of Exit 53 of the LIE in Brentwood. The Eastern Campus is located on County Road 51, three miles south of the County’s Riverhead Center.Driving directions for all campus locations can be found at: http://www3.sunysuffolk.e du/About/Directions.asp.

well as those out-of-town family members, by collecting donations online while helping those that suffer from lupus; a chronic, life-threatening disease that has no known cure. You can download widgets for your social networking pages and email signatures, and this year you can also post a YouTube video on your fundraising page describing why you WalkAlong for Lupus. If the internet is not for you, you can still collect donation with a WalkAlong envelope. Just call 1.800.850.9000 and ask for a walk packet to be sent to your home. You can also pre-register in person at the Bellmore office the week of October 15th. Extended office hours that week include Thursday until 8 p.m., Friday until 9

p.m. and Saturday until 2 p.m. Please help make the 19th Annual Walk-Along for Lupus a milestone to remember. The Lupus Alliance of America LIQ Affiliate is the only resource on Long Island for those in the area who have lupus. Your donations to the WalkAlong for Lupus go directly to helping your loved ones, friends and neighbors who have been diagnosed and need support, education, financial assistance and more. Donate or register to walk today! Volunteers are always needed as well; please call the office for more informaiton at 516.783.3370 or e-mail the Lupus Alliance, info@lupusliqueens.org.

Grant Won The Long Island Council on Alcoholism and Drug Dependence (LICADD) is set to receive a $20,000 grant from the NYS Office of Substance Abuse Services to support its addiction services in Suffolk County, thanks to the efforts of NYS Assemblyman Bob Sweeney. Specifically, the grant funds the expansion of LICADD’s Start2Stop program, which provides drug and alcohol information, solutionfocused counseling, peer support and treatment referrals to local residents of all ages. Start2Stop is a professionally facilitated support group that helps participants explore their substance abuse experiences and attitudes about drugs and alcohol, learn more about the biological/social and p s y c h o l o g i c a l consequences of use and understand the impact such use has had, and will have on their lives and relationships. The twelve week psycho-educational program is designed for individuals who have had some involvement with

drug and/or alcohol use, but may not yet be ready to seek treatment or live a substance-free life. Participants may have experienced personal or professional consequences of their substance use, or may have been arrested for a non-violent low-level offense that involved the use of alcohol and/or illegal substances. The group is also perfect for those who are awaiting placement into inpatient or outpatient chemical dependency treatment. The program is 100% confidential and open to all regardless of ability to pay. Start2Stop participants are required to abstain from any drug or alcohol use while they are enrolled in the program. Those who are unable to remain abstinent during the twelve weeks of sessions are counseled and referred for more intensive treatment. With a well-publicized opiate crisis gripping Long Island and a documented upswing in impaired driving and boating, LICADD Executive Director Dr.

Jeffrey Reynolds says support for Start2Stop comes at the perfect time. “I am grateful to Assemblyman Sweeney for helping us make this program more accessible to local residents before their use of drugs and alcohol accelerates,” he said. “This proactive approach and timely intervention will help make Suffolk County a safer and healthier place.” “Long Island continues to experience a number of well-publicized tragedies due to substance abuse. The Start2Stop program helps participants get control of their substance abuse problem before it escalates into a tragedy. While we need strong laws to deal with the results of DWI and BWI incidents, it is far better to prevent those tragedies from happening in the first place. That’s what this grant is intended to do,” said Assemblyman Sweeney. For more information about Start2Stop, or any of LICADD’s other services, please call 631.979.1700 or visit www.licadd.org.

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On Sunday, November 4th, from 1 to 3 p.m., Suffolk County Community College will host an Open House for prospective and accepted students at the following campus locations: Ammerman Campus in Selden Babylon Student Center Michael J. Grant Campus in Brentwood Sagtikos Arts & Sciences Building Eastern Campus in Riverhead - Montaukett Learning Resource Center Faculty and administrators will be on hand to offer detailed information regarding the more than 70 degree programs of study and 30 certificate programs available at the College. Educational and transitional services information for Veterans will also be available at the Open House. Financial aid representatives will discuss the grants and loans process, as well as the many scholarships available at Suffolk.

On Sunday, October 21st, in Eisenhower Park, Field #6, over 2,000 people will bring friends, family and co-workers and WalkAlong for Lupus! Join Greg-T from Z-100, enjoy live music, have your face painted, get your picture taken with the USA Skateasauras and take home some great giveaways, all whil raising funds to support those in need in the Long Island/Queens area that have lupus, as well as novel research into the cause and hopefully, one day, the cure! To register to be a walker at this event, visit www.firstgiving.com/lupu sliqueens, where you can register and collect donations online. Why not utilize those friends you’ve made on Facebook, Twitter and Linked In, as

SUFFOLK ZONE 6 - NEIGHBOR NEWSPAPERS - WEDNESDAY OCTOBER 10, 2012

Senator Owen H. Johnson was honored at the 3rd Annual Fred Breithut Memorial Golf Tournament at the Wind Watch Golf & Country Club in Hauppauge on September 20th. School-Business Partnerships of Long Island, Inc. extended heartfelt gratitude for Senator Johnson’s many

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Or, purchase at Special Discount. Low financing rates available for well qualified buyers. Offer expires 10/31/12. 2012 Honda Odyssey LX Automatic Transmission (RL5H2CEW) Residual Value $18,399.15. 10,000 miles per year. 18 cents per mile over. 2012 Honda CRV EX AWD Automatic Transmission (RM4H5CJW) Residual Value $16,805.25. 10,000 miles per year. 20 cents per mile over. Special lease rates are for Tier 1 credit approved customers only. Other attractive tiers availble. Payment options subject to change if lease program changes. As always, check with a salesperson to confirm accuracy of the information given. Neither the dealer nor this information’s provider is responsible for misprints or other errors regarding this data. Residuals subject to change based on the programs available during the sale. Other attractive APRs available. Lease: $1995 Down, add sales tax, bank fee, DMV fees & 1st month’s payment. Payment options subject to change if lease program changes. All Incentive and factory to dealer incentives applied.

2008 Accord EX 2DR

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