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On Saturday, September 14th, from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m., the Strong Island Derby Revolution, a Suffolkbased all-female roller derby team, is inviting those interested in joining this unique American sport to participate in a free bootcamp, which will focus on basic skills, hitting and blocking drills, as well as proper skating form. The bootcamp, which will be held at World Gym, located at 384 Mark Tree Rd. in East Setauket, will also give prospective new members a chance to meet league members and find out more about the sport. Requirements for a

new skater include being at least 21 years of age or older and coming to the event with a pair of quad skates, knee pads, elbow pads, wrist guards, mouth guard and helmet. There is also a limited supply of loaner equipment available on a first come first serve basis. Strong Island Derby Revolution formed in the spring of 2011 and currently boasts almost 50 league members, including skaters, referees, non-skating officials and coaches. In recent years, there has been a tremendous growth in roller derby around the

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Pet Therapy Donation St. Catherine of Siena Nursing & Rehabilitation Care Center recently received a donation from Island Outreach Foundation, www. islandoutreachfoundation. com, which will be used for one year of pet therapy visits at the facility. Island Outreach is a private foundation that focuses on assisting other organizations and entities to accomplish their stated mission. Having frequent pet visits affords our residents the opportunity to establish a closer relationship and bond with the dogs. Patchogue Rotary Animal Assisted Therapy, www.praatinc.

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pulled the dolphin down the beach about ¼ mile and just left it to bake in the sun. The whole ride, it was bouncing along the sand. I’m sure they came back for it, because a few hours later, it was gone. It was a truly inhumane way to treat an animal. Even a dead fish shouldn’t be treated the way that this dolphin was treated. They showed no respect for the animal. It is a shame that this is the way the animal had to go. It was exciting for the beach goers, but also a saddening moment for many of the Fire Island locals who enjoy watching the dolphins go by in the water every once in a while. For us, it is simply one less beautiful creature that continues to play off the shore of our little island.

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19th, from 6 to 8 p.m. Enjoy an escorted lantern light walk along the beach and through the swale as stationed interpreters unfold the stories of the United States Life Saving Service & Fire Island Light Station. The cost is $10 per person. Dress for the weather and bring a flashlight for your walk back to the parking field. The Tower will remain open until 9 p.m. Sunset: 6:08 p.m.; Moonrise: 6:33 p.m. *** Ghost Stories & Legends Of Fire Island Saturday, October 26th, at 7 p.m. Listen to tales of eerie happenings along the Barrier Beach on the Lighthouse Terrace. Dress warmly; bring blankets and flashlights. *** For information, contact 631.661.4876.

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About a week ago, my father and I were relaxing on the beach in front of my house. What started out as a seemingly normal day abruptly shifted into a frantic morning. The plot twist occurred when all of a sudden a dying dolphin washed up onto the beach. From a distance, it looked like a child’s inflatable toy. Its tail stuck up at a weird angle. As we moved closer, we saw what resembled a huge bite mark on its back. Flocks of people were surrounding the mammal and obstructing our view. As one of the locals, I was there before the police. This meant that I got to see it up close. The seemingly brutal bite mark on its back was simply two gashes where a boat’s propellor had

View the night sky from the top of the Lighthouse. Bring a flashlight for your walk back to the parking lot. The cost is $20 per person. Sunset is at 6:53 p.m. *** 12th Annual Cruise To The Light Auto Show Sunday, September 29th, from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. Come check out over 400 show cars or register your own! Robert Moses parking field #4. *** Early Morning Tower Tour Saturday, October 12th, at 6 a.m. Come enjoy the scenery from the top of the tower as the sun rises. Tour includes a light breakfast and souvenir mug - $25 per person. Sunrise is 6:27 a.m. Bring a flashlight for your walk to the lighthouse. *** Lantern Light Tour Saturday, September

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Grant Received The Early Years Institute (EYI) has received a $20,000 grant from the Long Island Unitarian Universalist Fund at Long Island Community Foundation to address educational inequities for young children. Based on research, when underserved children are not given equal opportunities to learn and grow, they start behind their peers in Kindergarten and they often stay behind. Some of the root causes of the inequities stem from a lack of literacy and language access, representation in the decision-making process and affordable housing. This grant will enable EYI to continue its work in Westbury by facilitating systemic social change that engages the whole community in supporting children so they succeed in school. EYI will continue to utilize the data from the Early Development Instrument (EDI) – a school readiness

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Forlorn as only he could Sense the emptiness of the sea So filled with glowing forms Of fish and weed yet Powerless in spite of its immensity To bring its Octopi The brilliant colors violet And red and vivid yellow on Gauguin painted leaves Those colors dazzling in a Shameless way the ones who Emigrated to museums recently From the large and sumptuous sea So being declared an animal Of wit and thoughtful mind In October an Octopus despairingly Felt like crying for its kind Doomed to living in dark sea-caves Though artistically inclined.

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By: Madeline Lipton, Farmingdale My eyes open To a brand new day I can only pretend to know my way Opening the cupboard Making the bed Little do I recognize These rooms in my head It’s a lovely new home Yet, still missing the old A move after 24 years Some emotions would take hold Open up ~ breathe deep Just take it slow It was time for a change And don’t I know So here will I stay Here will I grow Think the best of it all Will soon be so

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For the sixth consecutive year, staff from Atria Senior Living will play host to more than 1,500 walkers who will participate in the 10th Annual WALK For Alzheimer’s that takes place on Saturday, September 7th, at Old Bethpage Village Restoration. “Our Walk is a huge success because of the dedication of the Atria team who arrive at 5 a.m. on the day of the Walk to produce their famous Make Your Own Omelet Breakfast,” says Mary Ann Malack-Ragona, Executive Director/ CEO, Alzheimer’s Disease Resource Center, Inc. “Those who have attended the Walk at Old Bethpage will attest to the amazing food, service and supportive atmosphere provided by everyone at Atria — a testament to the families these amazing individuals serve on a day-to-day basis.” The Walk For Alzheimer’s is a celebration of the efforts of many who help to create awareness and raise funds to help support the mission of the Alzheimer’s Disease Resource Center which is to support local research and to provide ongoing support for local families who are faced with a diagnosis of Alzheimer’s Disease.

Currently, 5.3 million people in this country have Alzheimer’s disease and more than 60,000 of these individuals reside on Long Island. By the middle of this century, it is estimated that approximately 14-16 million people will have a diagnosis of Alzheimer’s disease; 1 out of 8 baby boomers is at risk. Atria Senior Living is one of the nation’s leading providers of independent living, supportive living, assisted living and memory care services. Home to more than 13,000 older Americans in 27 states, Atria communities provide respectful, quality services designed to promote independence and help seniors enjoy fulfilling lifestyles. Atria Senior Living, Inc. and local Atria Senior Living Communities have been in the forefront of supporting ADRC’s efforts to assist Long Island families who are coping with the challenges of Alzheimer’s Disease. These communities provide much needed training sites and work hard to develop Mini WALK events that have raised thousands of dollars so that ADRC can continue to provide valuable programs and services for all those affected by this disease. The Alzheimer’s Disease

Resource Center, which is headquartered in Bay Shore and has a satellite office in Southampton, is the only local Alzheimer’s Disease advocacy and educational facility whose mission is to provide hands-on support and services to families on Long Island and the New York metropolitan area. ADRC works with family members, health care professionals and researchers to ensure quality health care and support to those impacted by dementia/Alzheimer’s Disease through care and consultation, information and referral, training, support groups, and caregiver safety products. For more information about ADRC, Atria Senior Living or the WALK For Alzheimer’s, please contact Mary Ann MalackRagona, Executive Director/CEO for ADRC, at 631.820.8068.

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Stony Brook University cut the ribbon of Frey Hall, commemorating the opening of the first building dedicated solely to classroom space on the Long Island campus. Stony Brook President Dr. Samuel L. Stanley Jr. was joined by Dr. Robert Frey and his wife Kathryn, academic leadership, faculty and staff from across the University, and elected officials including Sen. John Flanagan and Assemblyman Steve Englebright, to celebrate the $31M, 95,000 square-foot renovation project that began in March 2011. The project, designed by architectural firm EwingCole to meet the U.S. Green Building Council’s LEED Silver Certification, converted one of the oldest buildings on the campus known as “Old Chemistry” (construction for which began in 1962) into a modern new teaching facility with 1,971 seats (including three new 250 seat lecture halls), 27 new classrooms and creative new teaching space, which, combined, will host nearly 240 courses this fall. Named to honor Dr. Robert Frey and the Frey Family Foundation in grateful recognition of their 35-year commitment to Stony Brook University, the new classroom building incorporates several signature teaching and learning with technology (TLT) features, including an “Active Learning Center” and a “Testing Center.” The Active Learning Center is a 180-seat classroom space organized around tables of six in which an instructor and teaching assistants lead the students through cooperative learning, problembased learning and team- problem solving exercises in a media intense environment. The Testing Center is a relatively new concept in higher education, slated to

come online in spring 2013, in which space is dedicated solely to electronic testing and features special facility accommodations for eligible students such as those who are hearing or sight impaired. “Robert’s connection to and investment in Stony Brook runs deep and personal,” said Dr. Stanley. “It includes almost every role imaginable, from teaching and research to philanthropy and indeed, bricks and mortar, having accomplished something no other who came before him was able to do – he built a 135-room Hilton Garden Inn on campus. I cannot emphasize enough how important – how significant – his contributions to the campus community have been.” After securing his bachelor’s in Applied Mathematics and Statistics from Stony Brook in 1980, Dr. Frey demonstrated his commitment to his alma mater while building a career that spanned such notable institutions as the IRS, Doubleday Book Co., European American Bank, Morgan Stanley, Renaissance Technologies and sustained that commitment as he branched off into his own businesses, Harbor Financial Management and Frey Quantitative Strategies. His first foray into teaching at SBU was as an assistant professor in the Psychology Department, then in the Education and Special Development Department, followed by the Institute for Pattern Analysis, and as a Research Professor in the Applied Math and Statistics Department, an appointment he has held since 2004. In 2008, the Frey Family Foundation established the Frey Endowed Chair and Professorship in Quantitative Finance in the Department of Applied Mathematics and

Tips For Packing School Lunch choose whole grain, raisin or cinnamon bread, a mini bagel, a tortilla wrap or a pita instead of plain white sandwich bread. • Select sliced lean or low-fat brands of lunch meat like turkey, chicken, lean ham or lean roast beef in place of fatty luncheon meats. • For children who don’t like sandwiches, low-fat cheeses paired with whole grain crackers can be a healthy alternative, while still providing similar nutrition content. • Make lunches as bright and colorful as possible using plenty of fresh fruits and vegetables. Cut up fresh veggies and pair with low-fat ranch dressing, sunflower seed butter, veggie dip, low-fat plain Greek yogurt, or hummus. • Veggie kabobs with cucumber chunks, cherry tomatoes, bell pepper wedges, and other veggies. • Have kids make their own trail mix, and limit the chocolate chips, preferably dark chocolate, to one tablespoon per baggie. Mix: whole grain cereal,

dried fruits like raisins, dried cranberries, or dry mango-pieces, sunflower or pumpkin seeds and whole grain pretzels. • Make your own portion-sized snacks. For a healthier snack that satisfies salty, crunchy cravings, replace potato chips with a baggie of lowfat microwave popcorn or consider corn or whole grain chips and salsa. • Add an insulated lunch bag and ice pack to your school supply list. Packing your child’s lunch in one of these will help to keep foods cool all morning. Or place a frozen water bottle into the insulated bag in the morning and it will not only keep the food cold, but will be thawed to drink at lunchtime. Putterman also suggests that you vary your child’s weekly menu by changing up the lunchbox routine. The same meals can get boring for kids. Try rotating the types of protein, fruits and vegetables, low-fat dairy and whole grains you use.

Statistics in the College of Engineering and Applied Sciences at Stony Brook and also established the Frey Scholarship for the College. Dr. Frey is a continuing member of the College of Engineering and Applied Sciences Dean’s Council, he is a former Stony Brook Foundation Trustee and former member of the University Hospital Auxiliary Board. In addition, the Frey’s generous support has touched a wide variety of programs on campus, from athletics, student scholarships, to alumni affairs and the hospital. A Distinguished Alumni Award recipient, Robert and his wife Kathryn have taken leadership roles in: Mather Hospital, Port Jefferson Board of Education, Mt. Sinai Board of Education, Hope House Ministries, Suffolk County College Foundation, Alliance of Guardian Angels and the Royal Foundation. “We are deeply honored to be recognized today; I feel like I should be thanking Stony Brook,” said Dr. Frey at the ribbon cutting ceremony. “Stony Brook changed my life. This University is engaged in such a noble mission; one that has changed so many lives, transforming students through research and education. I too am better because of Stony Brook.” “Frey Hall is a state-of-the-art multimedia equipped classroom building designed to meet the current technological needs of our faculty and students,” said Dennis N. Assanis, Provost and Senior Vice President for Academic Affairs. “It is evident that Frey Hall exemplifies the classroom of the future, in that, it will inspire and allow for new academic innovations.”

Bark For Life Bark for Life is an American Cancer Society fundraising event that honors the care giving qualities of our canine companions. Dogs, survivors, caregivers and friends are invited to come and walk together.

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As nominations for Long Island’s “Savvy Senior” remain underway through Saturday, August 31st, Long Islanders are invited to take part in celebrating these remarkable seniors at the Fourth Annual “Savvy Senior Day” on Saturday, September 7th. Presented around Grandparents Day each year by Long Island senior advocacy and resource group, the Association of Generational Experts for Seniors (AGES), this senior celebratory event will feature a variety of food, entertainment and a chance at several raffle prizes donated by a various local businesses and organizations. Sponsorships for products and services are still being accepted; anyone interested can contact

347.886.2574. The event will recognize all senior nominees with certificates of appreciation and will crown Long Island’s 2013 Savvy Senior King and Queen, who will receive commemorative plaques and gift certificates for professional studio portraits, compliments of Bradford Renaissance Portraits. Savvy Senior nominations are underway until Saturday, August 31st. In 200 typed words or less, individuals can submit their favorite senior, along with a photo or video, to: AGES Savvy Senior Award, AGES P.O. Box 774, Melville, NY 11747. Nominations are also accepted via email at savvy2013@ agesresourcenetwork. com or directly through

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With the start of the school year quickly approaching, parents will soon be faced with the task of packing and sending a healthy, nutritious and tasty lunch off to school with their children. Stop & Shop is offering several ways for families to think outside of the lunchbox while making sure their children understand the importance of good nutrition. “If you make your child part of the actual lunch preparation process they will become more receptive to eating and enjoying what’s in their lunch box,” says Arlene Putterman, Manager of Public and Community Relations of Stop & Shop New York Metro Division. Putterman also suggests that you introduce a new food every week ”When you and your child are grocery shopping, have them pick out one new fruit or vegetable to try for that week.” Stop & Shop also offers these suggestions: • For sandwiches,

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more employees from the Hospital or Village as crew and races in one of three classes based on boat size. The races take place on Long Island Sound. The festivities begin in Harborfront Park at 10 am with a 25-piece U.S. Coast Guard Auxiliary Band. Regatta t-shirts designed by a local artist and signed by Macchio will be available for purchase. The Memorial Parade of Boats begins at 11 am. All sailboats participating in the Regatta will pass by the park dressed in banners and nautical flags. Following the Regatta, a celebratory reception and presentation of the Village Regatta Cup will take place in a restored 1917 shipyard building that now serves as the Port Jefferson Village Center. The Village won the first two Regattas and bad weather forced the cancellation of last year’s race.

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To participate as a crew member on one of the boats, to make a donation or for further information about the regatta, please visit www. setauketyc.com/villagecup/ or www.facebook.com/ VillageCupRegatta. Businesses, organizations and individuals are urged to support the Regatta by making monetary donations. Sponsorships are offered at various levels and individual contributions also are very welcome. The Yacht Club initiated the Regatta primarily to call attention to and to support efforts to combat pancreatic cancer, which has claimed the lives of two of its members in recent years. The event also promotes a closer relationship between the Club and the Village in the wonderful maritime setting they share.

Want to show off your most creative LEGO creations? The Ward Melville Heritage Organization is hosting two separate LEGO events this fall at their Educational & Cultural Center and both are sure to fulfill the needs of any true diehard LEGO fan, young and old. The LEGO Building Exhibit & Contest takes place from September 21st through October 20th, with an entry deadline of September 16th. You can enter as an individual or part of a team up to five members. Creations must be dropped off on Friday,

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Suffolk County Executive Steve Bellone joins with Suffolk County Industrial Development Agency Executive Director Anthony Manetta in announcing an innovative new jobs website that bridges the gap between job seekers with prospective employers in Suffolk County. The site, www.jobs.suffolkida.org, has an initial listing of over 115 jobs and over 20 companies participating. “This is a groundbreaking initiative that the IDA is launching. This helps fuel Suffolk’s innovation and manufacturing economy,” states County Executive Steven Bellone. Graduating college students are especially urged to visit the site for full-time employment opportunities. “Providing this tool for our younger workers is critical to having them continue to call Suffolk County home and reverse the trends of years past.” The website, www.jobs.suffolkida.org, is a sleek, simple to use, free interface where companies post job openings and residents can apply for jobs. This site is specifically tailored to the STEMM fields of science, technology, engineering and math. The initiative adds an “M” on the traditional STEM acronym to work with local manufactures on their hiring needs. The program will be sustainable long term due to a change in the IDA’s policy. Companies who receive agency benefits are now required to post jobs online. Currently, companies are to list the jobs they create with the NYS Department of Labor; however now County residents will have more efficient and direct access to jobs created by companies who receive IDA incentives. “This initiative provides a unique opportunity in a highly focused industry specific environment to mutually benefit our companies and workforce,” says Anthony Manetta, CEO/ Executive Director of the Suffolk County

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Committee members from the Walk for Beauty on August 15th presented a check for $25,000 representing proceeds from the 2012 walk to benefit cancer research at Stony Brook University Cancer Center. Receiving the check on behalf of Stony Brook University were Yusuf Hannun, MD, Director, Stony Brook Cancer Center, Vice Dean, Cancer Medicine, and the Joel Kenny Professor of Medicine, and Rose Cardin, RN, MSN, Associate Director for Cancer Services at Stony Brook Medicine. Funds raised in 2012 will support the research of Michael Hayman, PhD, Professor in the Department of Molecular Genetics and Microbiology at Stony Brook University, who gave an overview of his work to develop a drug that more selectively targets cancer cells. Researchers know that high levels of certain enzymes may contribute to the growth of cancer cells, Hayman said. But drugs that inhibit those enzymes can also affect normal cells. So Hayman is taking a different approach in his research: designing drugs that are activated by two different classes of enzymes found in certain types of cancer, including breast and prostate cancer, so that the drugs can more selectively target the cancer only. Over the past 19 years, the Walk for Beauty committee has raised more than $1 million for cancer research and patient support at Stony Brook. The event is an allvolunteer initiative with no administrative costs. All of the proceeds stay in the community to benefit cancer research at Stony Brook. Gloria Rocchio, President of the Ward Melville Heritage Organization, presenting co-sponsor of the walk with Stony Brook Medicine, said the event

has been a successful collaboration between the hospital, area businesses, schools and governmental leaders since it was initiated in 1994. “The Walk for Beauty has contributed $1.175 million toward research at Stony Brook Medicine,” Rocchio said. “In addition, the Walk for Beauty has helped thousands of patients by providing prostheses and wigs to those in need. These seed grants resulted in eight additional grants from national organizations totaling over $7 million.” The 2013 walk will honor two community members who have supported the walk since its inception: Jim Condron, Vice President and Market Manager of WALK AM/FM Radio, and Leah S. Dunaief, Editor and Publisher of the Times Beacon Record newspapers, two longtime supporters of the walk. The breast cancer survivor honoree is Janet Taormina of Patchogue, who was diagnosed at Stony Brook Cancer Center in 2010. With support from the hospital medical staff and her friends and family, she not only survived breast cancer, she thrived. “Everyone responded to me with tenderhearted compassion, constant encouragement and lots of hugs,” she said. The 20th Annual Walk for Beauty will be held on Sunday, October 20th, at Stony Brook Village Center. The walk includes 4K and 6K options, with the 6K walk route encompassing Avalon Park and Preserve. Checkin starts at 8:30 a.m. and the walk begins at 9:30 a.m. The cost is $20 if paid by October 6th, $25 thereafter. All proceeds go to benefit research and local patients at Stony Brook Cancer Center. For more information or to register, call HealthConnect at 631.444.4000 or visit www.stonybrookvillage. com/walk.

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And just like that, Labor Day is upon us. The muchmaligned “Last Weekend Of Summer,” even though summer won’t, in actuality, end for nearly another month. But in a society dictated by the school calendar, apparently we must all take our cues from those less-than-thrilled students returning to the classroom and collectively mourn over those last golden beach days, that final holiday BBQ… and let’s not forget to whisk away any remaining traces of white clothing, the ultimate “fall” faux pas. (If only it was actually fall!) It’s funny, as much as we all anticipate summer each

year, I would be willing to bet that most of us did not do half of what we planned to over these last three months. Head to the beach every weekend? Doubtful. Plan BBQs and boat trips and day trips to Montauk and Fire Island? Maybe one, here and there. A few stolen moments is all we ever seem to get between work and daily responsibilities and prior commitments – even the children, supposedly the ones with all the free time these days, seem to be stretched thin with all their extracurricular activities, youth sports and play dates. When is there time for fun? But maybe the key to fun is to remain busy, to fill our days with enough activities

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A Back To School Children’s Victorian Tea Party will be held at the Walt Whitman Birthplace State Historic Site, 246 Old Walt Whitman Road in Huntington Station, at 1 p.m. For information, contact 631.427.5240, extension 113. A Prayer for Hurricane Sandy Victims will be held at Panera Bread’s community room at 1025 West Montauk Highway in West Babylon, from 6 to 8 p.m. For information, contact 516.804.0724. King: A Filmed Record... Montgomery To Memphis will be presented at the Cinema Arts Centre, 423 Park Avenue in Huntington, at 7 p.m. For information, contact 631.423.7610. A Hurricane Preparedness Forum will be held at Sysco’s headquarters, 199 Lowell Avenue in Central Islip, from 7 to 8:30 p.m. For information, contact 631.224.5485.

The Long Island Crohn’s & Ulcerative Colitis Support Group will meet at Panera Bread in Massapequa, 5274 Sunrise Highway, at 8 p.m. For information, contact 516.874.5690.

Thursday, August 29 The Massapequa American Legion Auxiliary Unit 1066 will host a Fundraiser at Cheeburger Cheeburger, 228 Airport Plaza Boulevard, from 11:30 a.m. to 8 p.m. For information, contact 631.393.6150. Unlimited Attractions/BBQ Special will be held at the Country Fair Entertainment Park, from 6 to 9 p.m. For information, contact 631.732.0579. Sandy Victims Fighting FEMA will host a Rally at the Theodore Roosevelt Executive & Legislative Building, 1550 Franklin Avenue in Mineola, at 7 p.m.

Friday, August 30 Temple B’nai Torah will host a Picnic at 2900 Jerusalem Avenue and Oakfield Avenue in Wantagh, at 6:30 p.m. A Meditation Workshop will be held at South Bay Wellness, 23 Candee Avenue in Sayville, from 7 to 8:30 p.m. For information, contact 855.552.9355, extension 103. New York’s Most Dangerous Big Band will perform at the Summer Concert Series at Argyle Park Gazebo, at 8 p.m. Admission is free. Jazz After Hours With The Barr Sinister Jazz Group will be presented at the Cinema Arts Centre, 423 Park Avenue in Huntington, at 10 p.m. For information, contact 631.423.7610.

Saturday, August 31 A Flea Market will be held at the Hillside United Methodist Church, 2801 Hillside Avenue in New Hyde Park, from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. For information, contact 516.437.7580. A Back To School, Thrift Shop Sale and Farmers Market will be held at the Episcopal Church of Messiah, 53 Carleton Avenue in Central Islip, from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. For information, contact 631.234.5161. A Faith, Food & Fellowship Festival will be held at Holy Trinity Orthodox Church, 369 Green Avenue in East Meadow, from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. For information, contact 516.483.3649. A Dahlia Exhibition will be held at the Bayard Cutting Arboretum, Montauk Highway in East Islip, from 1 to 4 p.m. Also Sunday, from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. For information, contact 631.754.1002. The Copiague Class of 1973 will host its High School Reunion at Tanner Park, from 5 to 9 p.m. For information, contact 516.448.2116 or 631.379.2577. Greek Night will be held on the

church grounds of Dormition of the Virgin Mary, Greek Orthodox of the Hamptons, 111 Saint Andrew’s Road in Southampton. For information, contact 631.283.6169. Crimes & Misdemeanors will be presented at Temple B’nai Torah, 2900 Jerusalem Avenue in Wantagh, at 7 p.m. For information, contact 516.221.2370.

Sunday, September 1 Sunday At The Society will be presented at the Northport Historical Society, 215 Main Street in Northport, at 3 p.m. For information, contact 631.757.9859. The 57th Annual Clamfest will be held at the Polish American Independent Club, 35 Jayne Boulevard in Port Jefferson Station, from 3 to 8 p.m. For information, contact 631.626.3845.

Tuesday, September 3 A Taxpayer Assistance Program will be held at the Merrick Library, 2279 Merrick Avenue in Merrick, at 1 p.m. For information, contact 516.571.6219. The Us Too Prostate Cancer Support Group will meet at the John T. Mather Memorial Hospital, in the O.R. Conference Room, from 7:30 to 9:30 p.m. For information, contact 631.846.4377.

Society will meet at the Joyce Fitzpatrick Senior Center at Brookwood Hall Park, Irish Lane in East Islip, at 7:30 p.m. For information, contact 631.581.2946.

Ongoing Events Nancy Wernersbach: Gifts From The Sea will be presented through August 30th at the Huntington Public Library, Main Art Gallery, 338 Main Street in Huntington. For Gallery hours, contact 631.427.5165. The CM Performing Arts Center will present “Hair!” through August 31st at 931 Montauk Highway in Oakdale. For performance dates and times, and ticket information, contact 631.218.2810. Ron Stroman’s Sikofitall Gudtyme Tour (A Spanking) will be presented through September 1st at the Vanderbilt Museum Carriage House Theater, 180 Little Neck Road in Centerport. For performance dates and times, and ticket information, contact 631.854.5579. The Broadhollow Theatre Company will present “Making God Laugh” through September 1st at the BayWay Arts Center, 265 East Main Street in East Islip. For performance dates and times, and ticket information, contact 631.581.2700.

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The Babylon Day Homemakers will meet at the Town of Babylon Annex on Phelps Lane in North Babylon, at 10 a.m. For information, contact 631.661.0190. A Job Fair will be held at Central Presbyterian Church, 240 Main Street in Huntington, from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. For information, contact 631.421.3663. The Smithtown Homemakers Day Unit will host a Rally Day at the First Presbyterian Church, 175 East Main Street in Smithtown, from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. For information, contact 631.758.2488. Rebuilding Together LI will meet at 208 Route 109, Suite 204, in Farmingdale, at 2 p.m. For information, contact 516.541.7322. The East Islip Historical

will be on exhibit through September 8th at Gallery 125 in Bellport. For Gallery hours, contact 631.880.2693. Let’s Go To The Beach will be presented through September 8th at the Long Island Museum, 1200 Route 25A in Stony Brook. Herman N. Hyneman: A Jewish Artist Rediscovered Painting Exhibit will be on display through September 21st in the Cosden-Price Gallery in the Southold Historical Society’s Reichert Family Center, 54127 Main Road in Southold. For Gallery hours, contact 631.765.5500. Silver Chords Chorus Tryouts will be held from September 4th through September 28th at the Smithtown Senior Citizen Center. For information, contact 631.235.3593.

The Historical Society of Islip Hamlet will present “Windholme Farm: The Grand Estate of Samuel T. Peters” through September at Brookwood Hall History Exhibit Room, 50 Irish Lane in East Islip. For information, contact 631.245.0675. Wickham Murders Exhibit will be on display through October 12th at the Mayne Gallery of the Ann Currie-Bell House, 55200 Main Road in Southold. For Gallery hours, contact 631.765.5500. The Historical Society of Islip Hamlet will present “Windholme Farm - The Grand Estate Of Samuel T. peters” through October in the History Room at Brookwood Hall, 50 Irish Lane in East Islip. For information, contact 631.245.0675. Sundays At The Market will be held through the Fall, at the Milleridge Village, 585 Broadway in Jericho, from 10 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. For information, contact 631.991.2181. A Farmers’ Market will be held every Saturday through November 16th at Nesconset Plaza, 127 Smithtown Boulevard in Nesconset. The Long Island Banjo Society will perform every Friday at the Copiague VFW, Trouville Road, from 8 to 10 p.m. Banjo players are welcome. For information, contact 516.889.2184.

Save The Date A Cast Call for the Northport Chorale will be held on September 4th, 11th and 18th in the choir room at Northport High School, Laurel Hill Road in Northport, at 7 p.m. For information, contact 631.239.6736. Vendors are wanted for Granny’s Attic Outdoor Sale on September 7th at the Hauppauge Public Library, 601 Veterans Memorial Highway in Hauppauge. For information, contact 631.234.0714. St. John the Baptist Diocesan High School ‘88 and ‘93 will host their 25 and 20-year reunions on September 14th at the Smithtown Landing Country Club, from 7 to 11 p.m. For information, visit www.sjbalumni.org.

Vendors are wanted for the 23rd Annual Antiques/Craft Fair/Flea Market on September 21st on the grounds of the Maples. For information, contact 631.878.1579. Vendors are wanted for the 23rd Annual Country Fair on September 21st. For information, contact 631.265.6945 or e-mail secsmithtownumc@optonline. net. Vendors are wanted for an Outdoor Craft Fair on October 5th at Westminister United Presbyterian Church, 109 Udall Road in West Islip, from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. For information, contact 631.661.6740. Vendors are wanted for an Outdoor Craft Fair on October 5th at the Berkshire Nursing & Rehabilitation Center, 10 Berkshire Road in West Babylon, from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. For information, contact 631.587.0600, extension 129. The Islip Breast Cancer Coalition will host a “Day At The Races” at Belmont Park on October 6th. For information, contact 631.968.7424. Vendors are wanted for a Harvest Fair on October 19th at Grace Evangelical Lutheran Church, 1294 Bellmore Avenue in North Bellmore, from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Craft vendors only. For information, contact 516.785.5029. Vendors are wanted for St. Mary’s ECW Fall Craft Fair on October 19th at 315 Lake Shore Road in Lake Ronkonkoma, from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Rain Date: October 26th. For information, contact 631.428.8432. Vendors are wanted St. Mary’s Episcopal Church Women Fall Festival Craft Fair on October 19th, at 315 Lake Shore Road in Lake Ronkonkoma, from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Rain Date: October 26th. For information, contact 631.428.8432. Vendors are wanted for the Wantagh Preservation Society’s Autumn Community Yard Sale on October 19th at 1700 Wantagh Avenue in Wantagh, from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Rain Date: October 20th. For information, contact 516.785.0761. Vendors are wanted for a Craft

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Inside 25A Magazine: Behind The Stories On Historic Preservation with Victoria Crosby, Features Writer & Poet, will be presented at the Atria of Roslyn, 99 Landing Road in Roslyn, at 7:45 p.m. For information, contact 516.625.4363.

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Electricians ELECTRICIAN 28 Years Experience No Job Too Big or Too Small Reasonable & Honest Licensed & Insured (631) 774-4761 VICTORIA ELECTRIC LICENSED ELECTRICIAN Reasonable rates, 20+ years experience. Local, owner operated. Free estimates. Senior Citizen discounts. Call 631-252-1139

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Vacation Property HOPEWELL JUNCTION: 1 bedroom bungalow, enclosed patio room. 90 minutes from NYC. Co-Op Low fee. Good summer get away. Call Barbara for Details (954) 464-4987

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Department Anniversary Brookhaven Supervisor Ed Romaine was joined by Highway Superintendent Dan Losquadro and Councilman Dan Panico in celebrating the 125th Anniversary of the Center Moriches Fire Department. The first meeting of the Center Moriches Fire DEPARTMENT ANNIVERSARY - Pictured: Highway Superintendent Dan Department was organized Losquadro, Councilman Dan Panico, NY State Senator Ken LaValle and County Clerk Judy Pascale, who presented the fire department with a copy of the original incorporation paperwork, and Supervisor Ed Romaine.

on February 13th, 1888 by John L. Havens, a local merchant who operated a general merchandise store, and later became a New York State Senator. The meeting was held in Elbert Ruland’s Tin Shop, where the plans for the formation of the Hook & Ladder Co. were discussed.

The first firehouse was built in 1889 at no cost to the taxpayers on the corner of Clinton Street and Main Street. This original firehouse may still be seen at the Fireman’s Memorial Park in Ridge, where it is now used as a museum.

Conservation Center Reopens

Dr. Erwin J. Ernst, the center has been vital to the joint legacy left to the community by Dr. Ernst and Ward Melville. In the 1960s (to prevent development slated to occur on the land), Dr. Ernst persuaded Mr. Melville to purchase the wetlands habitat. The 88-acre preserve is now home to scores of plant and animal species and is cited by Stony Brook University School of Marine & Atmospheric Sciences as the most pristine salt marsh on Long Island. Young people eager to get back to the center to learn about marine science were able to do so in July, participating in two summer programs despite the lack of air conditioning. Renovations, including the recently installed

air conditioning, are now complete, however, funding is still needed in the amount of $3,500 for new classroom chairs destroyed by water during the superstorm. Laura Huang Ernst, WMHO Trustee and widow of Dr. Ernst said, “I want to thank everyone for their generous donations to refurbish the EMCC. The enthusiasm shown by the donors recognizes their support for these programs that have had a major impact on students all across the country. We’re looking forward to teaching children about marine life for many years to come.” For more information on the Conservation Center visit wmho.org or call 631.751.2244.

MOUNT PRINCIPAL - W.S. Mount Elementary School’s new principal Kathryn White greeted the school’s family members during a summer meet-the-principal program. She is pictured here (center) with Robert Harrington and several Mount families. Photo provided by: Syntax

SETAUKET PRINCIPAL - Setauket Elementary School’s new principal Dr. Nathalie Lilavois welcomed members of the school community during a summer meet-theprincipal event. Photo provided by: Syntax

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The Ward Melville Heritage Organization’s Ernst Marine Conservation Center (EMCC) at West Meadow Creek, recently reopened with a special reception and ribboncutting ceremony to celebrate the new and refurbished facility after it was badly damaged by Hurricane Sandy. The event brought together a diverse group of donors who contributed to the EMCC fundraising campaign. They included individuals, companies and those who also donated via a crowdfunding campaign through indiegogo. com entitled, “Rebuild a Classroom in the Heart of the LI Wetlands.” All were able to meet and celebrate their efforts together. Named after marine educator and scientist,


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