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A Conversation with “The Conners” Star Lecy Goranson By Allison Kugel

Allison Kugel: When you stepped off the Roseanne set for the last time in 1997, did you ever think that you’d be playing Becky Conner again all these years later? Lecy Goranson: No (laughs), I didn’t! Being back has made me realize the time I missed when I was away. It’s an interesting feeling that hit me, that the show continued on without me [back then]. Everyone was still together after I left. I had a lot of mixed feelings about it. Not regret, but I thought, “Wow. I really love these people and I made a move, but it’s been such a blessing to be reconnected with everyone.”

Lecy Goranson: I never really had a chance to talk to her until we were on Amy Shumer together. We went out to dinner and it was really interesting to hear what she had to say, which was a lot! Anyone who gets a job like that, it’s very exciting, especially if you’re

Allison Kugel: I’ve heard you say in several interviews that you left the original Roseanne during the height of its success to have a normal college experience. I have to ask, what prompted you to become a child star in the first place? Lecy Goranson: I was a dancer, and there’s a place in Evanston, Illinois called the Noise Cultural Arts Center where they have dance, acting, painting and different classes in the arts. I was taking dance classes. Right down the hall was the Piven Theatre Workshop, started by Burt and Joyce Piven who were coming from Second City Comedy Troupe. I started taking classes there and Burt and Joyce were affiliated with a [talent] agency in downtown Chicago. They asked me to go on a couple of open calls. My parents wanted me to be involved in activities because they were working a lot. So that was the

amount of their vested interest, just to keep me busy and productive. I did two auditions and the second one was for Roseanne. I think they hired Laurie Metcalf, who was also from Chicago, and me, because they wanted to have some actors that were actually from the Chicago area to give the show that flavor. But yeah, it was a total fluke. Allison Kugel: Now it makes sense to me that you would one day, as a teenager, realize you wanted to step away and just be a college student. Lecy Goranson: Yes. But after college I had to say to myself, “Look, you love being an actor and this lifestyle of suffering (laughs). This is what you really want.” It’s funny when you have to parent yourself. Allison Kugel: Twenty years later, what are you now bringing to the role of Becky Conner on The Conners? Lecy Goranson: I’ve been doing theatre for so many years. Like any skill, you build muscle by repetition. I’ve also had the privilege of working with great actors in the New York theatre community. The character of Becky is really strong, grounded and wise. It’s interesting re-approaching a character in this way, with all of my own life experiences. And I feel it when I am there; I feel my age! I’ve been around the block, but I think back to my former self as a child and I think, “Hmm, what was it like?” It’s hard for me to remember a lot of it. There is a part of youth that is so unconscious, and there’s such a beautiful thing about that in retrospect. That unconsciousness gives you a lot of bold confidence. Allison Kugel: A lot has been said about Roseanne Barr in recent months, through the media. Tell me what it was like growing up around Roseanne and John Goodman when you were a kid... Lecy Goranson: I’ve always felt really close to John. Our personalities are similar, and I have always felt very connected to him. I hate to use the term “genius,” because people throw it around, but they both do have a genius for the work. Roseanne, the way her mind would think, comically, was really advanced. And John is such an incredible actor. His genius is in being so present in every moment, and tweaking the script in his own way. He is one of the most present actors I have ever been around. The two of them together were just like a

couple of big kids, encouraging each other to go further. They were a great team, and they’d bring out the best in each other. They both loved humiliating the kids in a scene. Yes, they would get off on embarrassing us! Allison Kugel: How about your TV siblings Sarah Gilbert and Michael Fishman, who still play your sister and brother, Darlene and D.J., on The Conners? What’s the relationship like between the three of you? Lecy Goranson: I live on the east coast and they’re on the west coast. Apart from Laurie Metcalfe and John Goodman who do theatre in New York occasionally, I don’t see everybody that much. Sarah and I are very close. We spent all this time apart and then when we were reunited, I remembered how well we know each other. You can’t help but be close like that if you see each other every day for however many years, and you’re the only two young ladies on the set. Michael is just a doll. He’s turned into such a mature, loving, wonderful person. I feel a lot of pride for the fact that we have turned out pretty good. Allison Kugel: Last year, before Roseanne became The Conners, how did the reboot come together? Lecy Goranson: It had a lot to do with Sarah. I also know that Roseanne had been thinking about doing it for a long time, independently. Michael and Roseanne had been talking about it. It all came together, and Sarah took on the role of Executive Producer. When Sarah reached out to everyone, we all said, “Let’s do it.” And we’re still doing it! Allison Kugel: I love the fact that everyone was game to come on board. If you are known and beloved for playing an iconic television character that people identify with,

and you are a part of pop culture history, that’s amazing! What’s wrong with that?! Lecy Goranson: I think also the fact that, at the end of the day, our show is about a family. There is something appealing about keeping that family unit alive and revisiting them at a later time. I think we are a special show to a lot of people, and the family dynamic that we have makes it so. Allison Kugel: Why should people continue to tune in to The Conners? Lecy Goranson: Because it’s the best show on TV, of course!

Lecy Goranson Photo Credits: ABC Television Studios The Conners airs Tuesdays at 8/7c on ABC. Allison Kugel is a syndicated entertainment columnist, and author of the book, Journaling Fame: A memoir of a life unhinged and on the record, available at Amazon.com. Follow her on Instagram @theallisonkugel and at AllisonKugel.com.

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Allison Kugel: You’re referring to your character Becky being re-cast with actress Sarah Chalke during the fifth season of Roseanne. There are three characters in television that were famously re-cast during the height of a show’s success. You’ve got the two Darrens from Betwitched, the two Lionels from The Jeffersons and the two Beckys from Roseanne. I’m sure you’ve talked with Sarah Chalke at length about her taking over your role all those years ago. What was it like for Sarah to step into your shoes halfway through the series’ original run?

a small-town girl from Canada, which she was. I was talking with some of the other actors about what it might feel like to be a guest star on our show. For me, I know all these people and I’ve worked with them for years, but I still feel like I really have to bring my A-game. There’s a heightened feeling of responsibility in working with such amazing people. I can only imagine how intimidating that was for her, beyond the sheer joy of having a job like that. Stepping into a character that was already established, it was challenging for her. But she stepped into an environment where there were a lot of loving people, and really talented people to help her bring her game up.


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Triumphant Varsity Tennis Team Members of the Earl L. Vandermeulen High School varsity tennis team were lauded along with coach Dennis Christofor at the Suffolk County Tennis Coaches Association Awards Dinner for an exceptional season. The

players made the playoffs losing a close match to Half Hollow Hills West. Seniors Annalisa Welinder and Devin Rotunno, and eighthgrader Nicolina Giannola all celebrated wins at singles play. The girls are

looking forward to next year with leadership by future senior Hana Ali in the doubles lineup and Nicolina Giannola as the first singles player.  

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Three Village Central School District’s Ward Melville High School’s Iron Patriots robotics team recently attended the seventh annual Half Hollow Hills robotics invitational, competing

against top teams from across the region. After a grueling day of battle against 16 Long Island teams, the Iron Patriots, in an alliance with West Islip, Smithtown and Cold Spring Harbor,

surpassed all expectations and finished the day in first place. “Needless to say we are all very proud of our entire team,” said adviser and technology teacher John Williams.

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December’s Charity of the Month is:

Options for Community Living, Inc. is a local not for profit organization whose mission is to assist individuals and families in need develop their fullest potential for independent living.

ROBOTICS TEAM ADVANCES - Ward Melville High School’s Iron Patriots robotics team. Photo courtesy of the Three Village Central School District

Living Well

with Allison Kugel

The Perception of Value “Time is more valuable than money. You can get more money, but you cannot get more time.” - Jim Rohn I can recall, back in 2012, reading a fascinating article about the discovery of a new planet made entirely of diamond. Can you imagine? That precious stone that Marilyn Monroe famously crooned about ala Diamonds are a girl’s best friend... and there’s a whole planet in our galaxy that’s made up of the stuff?! I laughed to myself at the time, pondering the thought, “Would diamonds have nearly the same value and prestige as they do here on earth, if we lived on a planet where the very bedrock beneath our feet was made of diamond?” I believe the answer is no. If that were the case, gifting your paramour with a diamond ring would be the equivalent of going to the nearest beach, and picking up a simple rock off the ground. It would be considered “ordinary.” You laugh, but think about it. I am not trying to belittle the value of diamonds, and there is certainly

nothing wrong with enjoying some material things. Rather, I am illustrating that what we covet is often a matter of perception and societal conditioning. Have you ever asked yourself, “What would I hold most dear in my life, if not for what I have been indoctrinated into valuing by my society or social circle?” As human beings, we tend to value things that cost great sums of money, or things that we perceive as hard to attain. The things in life that are given to us freely and easily, we often take for granted. The great irony here is that the things with large monetary price tags attached to them are largely replaceable, whereas the things we are given for free like love, friendship, good health, knowledge of oneself and the world, our imagination, and even our bodies, are not replaceable. Did you know that the price of an artificial limb can be as much as fifty thousand dollars? Unless you’ve had to be the recipient of one due to disease or an accident, I bet you’ve never concerned

yourself with such a fact. The cost of an artificial heart could run you in the area of three hundred thousand dollars. And to think, we are issued these divinely made human bodies at birth. It is nothing short of a miracle. Having eyes to view a sunset, ears to hear a beautiful piece of music, legs to run and jump, arms to hug, our imaginations to create with; these are the true gifts of life. Everything else, well, everything else is advertising. The love and support of a true friend or loved one, and the camaraderie of our communities, if we allow it to, can truly bolster and propel our spirits forward. Material things are fine and can be enjoyable to experience, but balance is key. So give thought to what you hold as valuable, and ask yourself, “If there were no crowd to impress, no willing participants to applaud or express their envy, would I still find this item to be of value to my life?” While some of the things we possess are big, fast or shiny, with large pricetags attached, others are simply... priceless.

Options Mental Health Residential Programs provide supportive housing opportunities for Long Island residents recovering from serious mental illness under the auspices of the New York State Office of Mental Health (OMH). More than 140 residential properties provide eligible Nassau and Suffolk residents with safe, affordable housing and support services. Options services are person-centered, collaborative and recovery-oriented. Care coordinators help to improve individual health by arranging medical care, doctor visits, participation in mental health treatment and substance use disorder services, pediatric health and specialty services for children, linkage to community groups and resources and more. Additionally, the agency offers Home and Community Based Services (HCBS) to help individuals recovering from mental illness and/ or addiction. These services are personalized and include skill building, peer support and

Long Island has more AIDS cases than any other suburban community in the U.S. Options operates more than 50 scattered units of supportive housing for people living with HIV/ AIDS and provides additional Ryan White funded case management services for this vulnerable population. Affordable housing linked to services – provides low-income, disabled and formerly homeless people with the help they need to stay housed and live more independent, healthy and fulfilling lives. Headquartered in Smithtown, their agency also operates satellite offices in Hempstead and Amityville and a thrift shop located at 392 Hawkins Avenue in Lake Ronkonkoma. The thrift shop is open Tuesday – Saturday and relies on donations and community volunteers. The shop can be contacted at (631) 676-4579 and is in need of volunteers to help with sorting, tagging, working the register and additional duties. Volunteers must be 18 or older. Additionally, this organization takes donations of personal hygiene items (shampoo, hand soap, lotion and toothbrushes) and houseohld cleaning necessities (laundry detergent and cleaners.) Lastly, this organization is available to conduct presentations at schools or in the community regarding their programs and/or on matters pertaining to HIV/AIDS and mental illness. If you wish to inquire about receiving help, want to volunteer/donate or are interested in getting more information on a presentation, please contact their Development Director, Denise Waterhouse, at DWaterhouse@OptionsCL.org.

Looking for assistance this holiday season? Long Island Cares - www.LICares.org

Long Island Cares will have a mobile food pantry on site at the Connetquot Public Library, located at 760 Ocean Avenue in Bohemia on December 11th from 1:00PM-2:00PM. There is no identification of registration required to pick up your supply of food. For additional information, please call the library at (631) 567-5079 or visit their website at www.ConnetquotLibrary.org.

If you would like your organization to be featured in this column, e-mail Noelle@SouthBaysNeighbor.com!

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Options was formed in 1982 to respond to the need for supportive housing for people with serious mental illness. The Mental Health Residential Program grew rapidly, and in 1994 Options introduced case management services to Long Islanders living with HIV/AIDS. Soon after, a housing program for this population was started as well. More recently, Options has partnered with Long Island Health Homes to offer care coordination services to high need Medicaid users with chronic illnesses through the Access to Care Program. As of today, Options serves more than 1,800 adults and children annually through its programs and manages over 180 scattered housing sites across Nassau and Suffolk counties!

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Wednesday, December 5 Helping Hands 29th Annual Holiday Gift Drive will take place Wednesday, December 5th, 2:30-5:45 p.m., at the West Islip Fire Department, 309 Union Boulevard. Everyone is welcome to come and help. Many children will only receive your gift this holiday season. If your toy is not new, it must be spotless. Please also consider a PayPal donation. For information, email jengallozzi@optonline. net. Remember this gift drive when you shop: https://smile. amazon.com. Chanukah Menorah Lighting will take place Wednesday, December 5th, 6:30 p.m., at Congregation Beth Sholom, 411 Deer Park Avenue in Babylon. For information, contact 631.587.5650.

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Amityville Lions Club Informational meeting will take place Wednesday, December 5th, 7 p.m., Carney's Irish Pub & Restaurant, 136 Broadway in Amityville. For more information, contact Gil Abrams at 516.819.3824. Lee Child, Author of Bestselling Book Jack Reacher Author Appearance will take place Wednesday, December 5th, 7:30 p.m., BroadHollow Theatre in East Islip, 265 East Main Street. For information and tickets, contact 631.581.2700.

Thursday, December 6 Honoring Champions for Children Luncheon will take place Thursday, December 6th, 11:30 a.m. to 2 p.m., Hamlet Golf & Country Club, One Clubhouse Drive in Commack. Sponsorships and Journal Ads Available. Individual Tickets: $100. For information, tickets and sponsorship opportunities, contact jdoig@ childcaresuffolk.org or call 631.462.0303, ext. 109.

in advance and $5 at the door. For information, contact Betty at 631.499.4655. Long Island Gay Men's Chorus Presents: Christmas at the Movies will take place Friday, December 7th, 8 p.m., at St. John's Episcopal Church, West Main Street in Huntington. Featuring holiday favorites from popular holiday movies. For information, visit www. ligmc.org. Alternative & Country Line Dancing will take place Friday, December 7th, 8 p.m. to 12 a.m., Wade-Burns VFW 7279, 560 N. Delaware Avenue in Lindenhurst. For information, contact 631.888.9854. Tree Lighting Ceremony & Santa will take place Friday, December 7th, 5-7 p.m., at Cold Spring Harbor Fish Hatchery & Aquarium, 1660 Route 25A in Cold Spring Harbor. Cookies, tea, hot chocolate. $6 adults, $4 kids ages 3-12 and seniors 65 & up. Children under 3 and members are free. For information, contact 516.692.6768. Community Advent Lessons and Carols Service will take place Friday, December 7th, 7:30 p.m., at St. Thomas of Canterbury Episcopal Church, 29 Brooksite Drive in Smithtown. Come and join for a beautiful Advent service with reading and song. For information, contact 631.265.4520.

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Trinity Lutheran Church and School Breakfast with Santa will take place Saturday, December 8th, 10 a.m. to 12 p.m., at 40 West Nicholai Street in Hicksville between Route 107 and Jerusalem Avenue. Meet Santa and participate in activities for kids of all ages. The festival includes photos, food, crafts and games. For information, contact 516.931.2225 or visit www.trinityli.org.

Christ Lutheran Church 1st Annual Karaoke Night will take place Friday, December 7th, 6:30 p.m., 189 Burr Road East in Northport. Music, Singing, Refreshments. Tickets are $2

VFW Post 4927 Auxiliary Holiday Fair & Craft Show will take place Saturday, December 8th, 10 a.m. to 4 p.m., 31 Horseblock Road in Centereach. Free admission,

parking, door prizes plus complimentary professional massages. $5 lunch specials. For information, contact Susan Day at 516.521.2259. Calvary Christmas Ornament Event will take place on Saturday, December 8th, 10 a.m. to 1 p.m., at Calvary Chapel of Hope, 803 Country Line Road in Amityville. This event is free. Invite family and friends. Make and decorate Christmas ornaments, have photos taken, enjoy a time of fellowship, fun and food. For information, contact 631.789.4387 or sign up today in the foyer. Christmas with the First Ladies will take place Saturday, December 8th and Sunday December 9th, 10:30 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. (tours leave every 15 minutes). Experience Christmas at the White House through the eyes of some of America's First Ladies. Escorted tour through the festively decorated first floor manor by costumed docents. Space is limited and reservations are encouraged. Adults $25, seniors $20, and students and children $8. Day of the event: $30. For information, contact 631.321.6809 or email: info@ sagtikosmanor.org. Music for Mittens & More 5th Anniversary will take place Saturday, December 8th, 11:30 a.m. to 6 p.m., K.J. Farrell's in Bellmore. Live music all day beginning at 11:30 a.m. with some of Long Island's Best Bands and Performers. Bring the gift of warmth for L.I. Coalition for the Homeless: mittens, hand warmers, scarves, hats, socks, blankets, etc. For information, contact 516.404.3466. The Plein Air Limner Society (PALS) 9th Annual Art Show will take place Saturday, December 8th and Sunday December 9th, 12 p.m. to 4p.m., The BAFFA Art Gallery, 47 Gillette Avenue in Sayville. See local artists' work displayed. For information, contact 631.589.7343 or visit www.baffa.org. Free Christmas Concert Presented by The Choir of Holy Trinity Orthodox Church will

take place Saturday, December 8th, 7 p.m., 369 Green Avenue in East Meadow. Featuring a program of Orthodox and Western hymns and carols. Advent refreshments served after the concert. A Christmas boutique will also be held during the reception. For information, contact 516.483.3649, email info@ htocem.org or visit www. htocem.org. The Babylon Chronicle Presents By The Fireside will take place Saturday, December 8th, 8 p.m., Our Lady of Grace Roman Catholic Church, 666 Albin Avenue in West Babylon. $20 for adults, $15 for seniors and students. Purchase tickets online at www.babylonchorale. org. For information, contact 516.799.4974. St. Aidan Spirituality for Singles Annual Christmas Dance will take place Saturday, December 8th, 8:30 p.m., Msgr. Kirwin Hall, St. Aidan School, 325 Williston Avenue in Williston Park. Admission is $35, which includes buffet, beverage, coffee, dessert, DJ and dancing. For information, contact Ray Kubeskie at 516.561.6994 or email spiritualityforsingles@gmail. com. The Paramount Comedy Series Presents: Ken Jeong on Saturday, December 8th, 8 p.m., at The Paramount, 370 New York Avenue in Huntington. Ticket prices ranging from $50 to $70. For tickets and information, contact www.paramountny. com.

Sunday, December 9 St. Peter's Lutheran Church 7th Annual Christmas Boutique will take place Sunday, December 9th, in the church's upper auditorium. Shopping from great vendors, lunch, and baked goods. Admission is free. For information, contact Charlotte at 631.327.6089. Temple Beth Emeth Barn Thrift Shop will take place Sunday, December 9th, 10 a.m. to 3 p.m., at 52 Mt. Sinai Avenue in Mt. Sinai. End of year clearance sale, many items reduced to 50% or more. Clothing for the whole family included in the

sale. Also included are bikes, toys, and useful decorative items for your home. Free books available for kids. For information, contact the temple at 631.928.4103. Celebrate Chanukah at Temple Beth David on Sunday, December 9th, 11 a.m. to 1 p.m., Temple Beth David, 100 Hauppauge Road in Commack. Chanukah crafts, snacks, inflatable games, bounce house and much more. Open to the community; all are welcome, no charge. For information, contact 631.499.0915 or visit www. tbdcommack.org. The Silver Chords Perform Free Concert on Sunday, December 9th, doors open at 1:30 p.m., Mary Immaculate Church on Browns Lane in Smithtown. Admission is free and no tickets are required. Handicapped accessible. Learn more at Facebook. com/SilverChordsChorus. For information, contact Caroline at 631.235.3593. Congregation Shaaray Shalom Hosts Holiday Tribute Concert will take place Sunday, December 9th, 3 p.m., 711 Dogwood Avenue in West Hempstead. Saluting the men of the 50s and 60s: Tom Jones, Wayne Newton, Engelbert, Elvis, Sinatra and others. Come in out of the cold and enjoy a great concert in the ballroom. Tickets are $18 in advance and $20 at the door. Call for group sales. For information and tickets, contact 516.481.7448 or visit www.shaarayshalom. org. Toys for Tots Chinese Auction will take place Sunday, December 9th, 3 p.m. to 7 p.m., American Legion Hall Post 94, 22 Grove Place in Babylon. Includes buffet, beer, wine, soda, cash bar, dancing. Bring a $10 unwrapped toy or a $10 donation. For information, contact Mike at 631.624.1902 or email bigmikeusme@gmail.com. Islip Chamber of Commerce Annual "Light the Night" will take place Sunday, December 9th (first rain date: December 15th/second rain date: December 16th), 5 p.m. Remembering Islip's Angels.

This event is dedicating to bringing an entire community together for one night. For information, visit www. islipchamberofcommerce.org. MESSIAH Concert by the St. Joseph's Choir will take place Sunday, December 9th, 7 p.m., at the Church of St. Joseph in Babylon. Show will benefit The Mercy INN Soup Kitchen. For information, contact Steve at 631.587.8539.

Tuesday, December 11 Balancing Work, Finances and Career Forum will take place Tuesday, December 11th, 6 p.m., at Alumni House at Adelphi University in Garden City. Sponsored by grants from The Junior Coalition of the Manhasset Women's Coalition and Sientra Full Circle, this seminar will discuss the practical and legal issues that sit at the intersection of finances, career and cancer. For reservations and information, contact 516.877.4325 or email breastcancerhotline@adelphi. edu. The Beach Boys "Reason for the Season" Christmas Tour is coming to The Paramount, Tuesday, December 11th, 8 p.m., 370 New York Avenue in Huntington. For information and tickets, visit www. paramountny.com. Indoor Labyrinth Walk for Peace and Meditation will take place Tuesday, December 11th, 8 p.m., at Unitarian Universalist Fellowship at Stony Brook, 380 Nicolls Road E. in Setauket. Annie Mark, harpist, will accompany the walk with her wonderful music. Come for a peaceful moment during busy times. All are welcome; non-denominational. Free will donation. For information, contact Linda Mikell at 631.543.0337.

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Taking care of an elderly loved one can be fulfilling. It isn’t always easy, however. Having to do it from another city or state can make the challenges seem even more complex. Out of the 34 million Americans who provide care to older family members, 15 percent live an hour or more away from their relative. Out of these, nearly 80 percent work full- or part-time. How do they manage? It takes organization, determination and a supportive employer. Long-distance caregivers provide a wide array of services at great cost to themselves. According to a survey by the National Alliance for Caregiving, long-distance caregivers spend an average of $392 per month on travel and out-of-pocket expenses. The expenditure in

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Continued From 6 Avenue in Oakdale; and at Harry B. Ward Technical Center, 970 North Griffing Avenue in Riverhead. By appointment only, please call before 2 p.m. Donation of $5 per service and a nonperishable food item. Services will include haircuts, thermal styling, blow dry, manicures, and paraffin treatments. For the Oakdale location, contact 631.244.5836. For the Riverhead location, contact 631.208.2033 for more information. USGBC-LI (U.S. Green Building Council) LEED CE Breakfast Club will take place Wednesday, December 12th, 7:40 a.m. to 9 a.m. at Lockhead Martin Office, 395 North Service Road, Suite 409 in Melville. Earn 1.0 CE for attending. For information, contact 631.988.8082.

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Thursday, December 13 Eastern Suffolk BOCES Bare Walls Student Art Show and Fundraiser will take place Thursday, December 13th, 5:30 p.m. to 8 p.m., at The Expressions Gallery inside the Holiday Inn Express at 3131 Nesconset Highway in Centereach. All proceeds will benefit Autism Speaks. For information, visit www. esboces.org. Kiwanis Club Lindenhurst's Production of It's A Wonderful Life will take place Thursday, December 13th, 6 p.m., at

BACCA Arts Center, 149 N. Wellwood Avenue in Lindenhurst. Directed by Chris Black & Bryan T. Johnson, tickets are $30 pp and includes a cocktail hour. Pre-show Christmas Party begins at 6 p.m. and show time is 7 p.m. For information, contact 631.388.7891.

Friday, December 14 Christmas Cookie Trail & Roast Pork Dinner will take place Friday, December 14th. Cookies 3 p.m. to 8 p.m.; Dinner 5:30 p.m. to 7:30 p.m. Grace United Methodist Church, 515 S. Wellwood Avenue in Lindenhurst. For information, contact 631.226.8690 or visit www. graceumclindy.org. A Dickens Winter Wonderland & Gingerbread Decorating Contest will take place on December 14th, 5 p.m. to 9 p.m., in Babylon Village. Rain date: December 21st. For information, contact babylonvillagechamber1@ gmail.com.

Saturday, December 15 Annual Breakfast with Santa will take place Saturday, December 15th, 10 a.m. to 1 p.m., at Westminster United Presbyterian Church, 109 Udall Road in West Islip. Breakfast buffet is $10 pp. Bring your camera for a photo op with Santa! For information and to purchase tickets, contact 631.661.6740 on Tuesday,

at Wade-Burns VFW 7279, 560 N. Delaware Avenue, A Craft & Gift Extravaganza will Lindenhurst. For information, take place on December 15th contact 631.888.9854. and December 16th; and on December 22nd and December Anxiety Sufferers: Recovery 23rd at Newfield High School, International, Inc. Meeting is 145 Marshall Drive in Selden. taking place every Tuesday, To benefit The Athletic Booster from 2 p.m. to 4 p.m., at Our Club. For information, contact Lady of Lourdes Convent, 55 631.846.1459. Toomey, in West Islip. For information, contact Michael at 631.968.9154. Sunday, December 16 Wednesday and Thursday.

Holiday Model Train Show will take place December 16th, 11 a.m. to 4 p.m., at B'Nai Israel Reform Temple, 67 OakdaleBohemia Road in Oakdale. Admission: Adults $5, Children 4-11 $3, Children under 4 or free. Refreshments available. For information, contact 631.573.1660. South Shore Brass Holiday Concert will take place Sunday, December 16th, 3 p.m., at St. Thomas of Canterbury Episcopal Church, 29 Brooksite Drive in Smithtown. Come listen to holiday music from the famed South Shore Brass. Sing along to classics and listen to holiday tunes. Refreshments will be served after the performance. Free will offering. Handicap accessible and ample parking. For information, contact 631.265.4520.

Ongoing Events Alternative & Country Line Dancing will be held from 8 p.m. to 12 a.m., on Fridays, through November 30th. Held

Thursday Evening Yoga Classes will take place on Thursday evenings through November 15th, from 7:15 p.m. to 8:15 p.m. at Congregation Shaaray Shalom, located at 711 Dogwood Avenue in West Hempstead. For information and registration, contact 516.481.7448. SDLI's Monthly Swing Dance Event will take place on Saturday, December 1st. Lessons from 7:30 p.m. to 8 p.m., followed by dancing from 8 p.m. to 11 p.m. Featuring Bill Wilkinson's LI Sound Orchestra at the Jazz Loft, 275 Christian Avenue in Stony Brook. Admission $15. Come alone or bring a friend. For information visit www. sdli.org or call 631.476.3707. Free Counseling with a NYS Licensed Social Worker for Children, Teens and Adults. The Crime Victims Center dba Parents for Megan's Law provides ongoing no-cost confidential short and longterm counseling to victims

of domestic violence, gang violence, stalking, assault or other violent crimes. Offices in Ronkonkoma and Patchogue. Call the helpline at 631.689.2672 for information or to schedule an appointment.

Save the Date A Candlelight Christmas Eve Service will take place Monday, December 24th, 11 p.m., at First Congregational Church of Bay Shore, 1860 Union Boulevard in Bay Shore. Traditional Protestant Worship Service. For additional information, contact 631.665.0091. New Year's Eve Gala at Brumidi Lodge will take place Monday, December 31st, 8 p.m. to 1 a.m., 2075 Deer Park Avenue in Deer Park. $100 pp includes full open bar, cocktail hour, elegant gourmet buffet, Viennese style dessert station with coffee and tea, champagne toast, hats and noisemakers. Music and entertainment by Studio G - Long Island's premiere dance and party band. For information and tickets, contact Karen at 631.943.3622 or Lucille at 631.667.1912. Local Knights of Columbus Youth Basketball Free Throw Competition will take place Saturday, January 12th, 9 a.m., at Ss. Cyril and Methodius Gym, Deer Park Avenue in Deer Park. The Free Throw is a foul shooting contest. Winners progress through local and

district competition and state finals held at West Point. For information, contact John Lazar at 631.667.9878. Chazz Palminteri's "A Bronx Tale" is coming to The Paramount, Sunday, January 20th, 8 p.m., at 370 New York Avenue in Huntington. For information and tickets, visit www.paramountny.com. Life Center of Long Island Regifting Sale at Our Lady of Lourdes Fundraiser will take place Sunday, January 27th. Donations are needed. In addition to new/unused items you already have, if you receive holiday gifts you do not want, you will have a month between the holiday and this sale to donate them. For additional information and to make a donation, contact 516.798.8746.

Vendors Wanted Vendors are wanted for Annual Holiday/Craft Fair - VFW Post 4927 Ladies Auxiliary, 31 Horseblock Road, Centereach. Event on December 8th, 10 a.m. - 4 p.m. Indoors. For information, contact Susan at 516.521.2259. Your Event Could Be Here! Send details for your upcoming event to: South Bay’s Neighbor Newspapers, 565 Broadhollow Road, Suite 3, Farmingdale, NY 11735; e-mail to: EditorSB@SouthBayNews. com; fax to: 631.226.2680.

Suffolk County Holiday Parks Schedule Suffolk County Executive Steve Bellone today announced the holiday events schedule for Suffolk County Department of Parks facilities this holiday season. After another successful year with strong attendance across all County parks, beaches and campgrounds, holiday events aim to continue to promote Suffolk’s robust network of pristine parks. "As the holiday season approaches, we are proud

to continue our tradition of offering family-friendly activities year-round at our cherished Suffolk County Parks," said County Executive Bellone. "Many of these activities have become a staple of our community and we look forward to sharing the holiday joys with friends and loved ones this winter." The County Executive additionally announced that for the first time since the Girl Scout’s Holiday

Light Show has been at Smith Point County Park, the show will include a Holiday Village hosted by J & B Restaurants. The village will feature a live Santa Claus, a photographer, hot chocolate, coffee, tea, bottle beverages, and snack items for sale, along with stuffed animals, Santa hats, assorted antlers, headbands, and light up items for sale. Additionally, the Holiday Village will serve as a drop-off point for

non-perishable food items to be donated to Long Island Cares. Holiday Events Schedule as Follows: Vanderbilt Museum Tree Lighting November 28th, 4 p.m. Vanderbilt Museum, in Centerport. This free, fun, family-friendly tree lighting features singers from the Northport Chorale and the Carriage House Players theater

company, carol singing, hot chocolate and cookies, and a visit from Mr. and Mrs. Santa Claus. *** Holiday Lighting of the Big Duck November 28th, 7:00 p.m. to 9:00 p.m. Big Duck, Flanders . The event features a visit from Quackerjack, the Long Island Ducks baseball team mascot, duck carols

led by students from the Riverhead Middle School Show Choir, refreshments and the ever-anticipated arrival of Santa Claus by fire truck. *** 15th Annual Girl Scouts Holiday Light Show November 29 December 30 Smith Point County

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Kindness Rocks Project Rocky Point Middle School students and staff, through the building’s advisory program, have been promoting kindness through positive messages and uplifting quotes by participating in the Kindness Rock Project.

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inspiration are invited to take a kindness rock and create a replacement, which will serve as a source of hope and inspiration for someone in the future.

Fun-Filled Food Drive Rocky Point Middle School students and staff are working to ensure others in the community have a joyous holiday by participating in a fun-filled food drive. To draw excitement for the event, eighth-grade teacher John Mauceri

dressed in a turkey costume and visited the students’ lunch periods to kick off the food drive. During the days leading up to the big day, individuals made donations of nonperishable food items in bins outside the cafeteria. On Wednesday before

break, students and staff took part in a Turkey trot around the track led by the turkey. All students who donated an item of food for the needy will get a “Ticket to Trot” with the turkey.

FUN-FILLED FOOD DRIVE - Rocky Point Middle School students participated in a KINDNESS ROCKS PROJECT - Rocky Point Middle School students stood proudly spirited food drive this November. Several are pictured with eighth-grade teacher John in the school’s kindness garden. Photo courtesy of the Rocky Point School District Mauceri, who dressed in a turkey costume to help kick off the event. Photo courtesy of the Rocky Point School District

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In honor of the upcoming Thanksgiving holiday, Frank J. Carasiti Elementary School students and staff worked to give to those in need by hosting a unique food drive focused solely on snacks. The initiative,

coordinated by the school’s Holiday Help Committee, ran for a week November. Throughout the drive, individuals donated their favorite snack items and worked to fill a large wheeled bin to the brim. At the end of the drive,

the school’s second-grade service squad helped to sort the donations into food categories and prepared them for distribution to local families in need of assistance.

Alumni Wall of Honor On Friday, November 16th, Legislator Anker joined the Rocky Point community at the unveiling of the Alumni Wall of Honor at Rocky Point High School to celebrate those who graduated from the Rocky Point School District

and went on to serve in the United States Armed Forces. “I am honored to join Rocky Point in honoring our local residents who chose to serve in our military,” said Legislator Anker. “May this wall remind them that no

matter where or how far they may go, this community will always be their home.” The Wall of Honor is located to the right of the main entrance to the high school past the main auditorium entrance.

UNIQUE FOOD DRIVE - Several second-grade service squad members are pictured by the snack drive bin at Frank J. Carasiti Elementary School. Photo courtesy of the ALUMNI WALL OF HONOR - Pictured above: Event Facilitator Rich Acritelli, Rocky Point School District Rocky Point military alumni, elected officials, school administrators and local veterans.


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'Tis the Season’ Long Island Maritime Museum West Sayville December 8th, 4:00 p.m. – 7:00 p.m. The event celebrates the area's Dutch heritage. Events include lantern tours, holiday ornament crafts, photos with Sinterklaas, hand bell ensemble, hot chocolate, and more. The museum will be collecting donations for Toys for Tots. Reservations are required. Admission is $5 per person and includes a gift for each child. Call 631.854.4974 for information. *** A White House Christmas Tradition Holiday House Tours December 8th and 9th Sagtikos Manor, 10:30 a.m. - 2:30 p.m. (Tours leave every 15 minutes)

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Open House Tours, Yaphank Historic District December 8th and 9th 19 Mill Rd, Yaphank, 12:00 p.m. - 5:00 p.m. The Yaphank Historical Society In conjunction with Curtain Up Entertainment Presents An 1855 Christmas at the Hawkins House. The house will be decorated for the holiday, and the family will be busy with holiday tasks, having tea with friends, wrapping gifts and enjoying the season .Reserved Ticket Prices - - Adults: $15; Children 4-12: $8.00 Reservations are essential. Timed Tickets must be picked up at the Swezey-Avey House the day of your tour, prior to arriving at the Hawkins House. Complimentary refreshments will be served at the Swezey-Avey House. Call 631.924.4803 for more information

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Getting ready for the traditional Thanksgiving meals has a different twist for students at Earl L. Vandermeulen High School in the Port Jefferson School District. Along with health/physical education teacher Dinarae Camarda students once again hosted a Wellfit Feast. The physical education

elective course encourages students to take traditional Thanksgiving recipes and modify them with healthier alternatives to lower the sugar and fat content. The students submitted their recipes to the Wellfit Google classroom and then brought their culinary creations in to share on the day of the feast.

“The students get to see that creating healthier versions of their favorite traditional recipes doesn’t mean compromising on taste,” Ms. Camarda said. “We’ve had the feast for six years now and every year it gets bigger and better than the year before!”

Medal of Valor Ceremony Suffolk County Legislators Tom Donnelly (D-Huntington Station) and Rudy Sunderman (R-Mastic), both active volunteer firefighters, recently participated in the Suffolk County Fire Academy Vocational Education and Extension Board (VEEB) Fire Service Medal Day honoring firefighters County-wide for acts of heroism and bravery. Held September 30th at the Brookhaven Fire Department, the ceremony honored 15 volunteer firefighters who put

their own safety on the line to rescue private citizens in extremely dangerous situations. In addition, several fire service instructors were recognized for their excellence in teaching County firefighters. “Volunteers go above and beyond, taking time away from their families and putting their lives on the line in order to help the community,” Legislator Sunderman said. “While this recognition singles out individuals for their exemplary work within the past calendar year, it is also

important to remember that all volunteers deserve recognition for making their community a safer place to live.” “I want to congratulate and offer my gratitude to all those honored for their heroism and commitment to service, as well as those who serve every day, week in and week out and year after year to protect our residents from harm,” said Legislator Donnelly. “We are all more secure in our daily lives thanks to their willingness to step forward.”

PORT JEFF STUDENTS ARE WELLFIT - Earl L. Vandermeulen High School MEDAL OF VALOR CEREMONY - Suffolk Legislator Tom Donnelly (far left) health/physical education teacher Dinarae Camarda and students celebrated healthy and Suffolk Legislator Rudy Sunderman (far right) join in honoring Medal of Valor eating during a Wellfit class. Photo courtesy of the Port Jefferson School District recipients at a ceremony on September 30th at the Brookhaven Fire Department.

Aileen Schretzmayer’s Big Red Run Earl L. Vandermeulen senior Aileen Schretzmayer was awarded a scholarship recognizing her academic achievement and leadership potential to attend Denison University, in September 2019. Aileen will compete for the Big Red’s women’s crosscountry and track and field teams at the university, which

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Rocky Point Salutes Veterans Schools throughout the Rocky Point School District took time to pause, remember and give thanks to local servicemen and women this November by taking part in a number of Veterans Day events and activities. At Frank J. Carasiti Elementary School, secondgraders gathered in the school’s gymnasium to

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which branch of the armed forces they served and their personal connection to the school. Additionally, the students learned about the evolution of the trumpet and the part the bugle plays in the military from a member of Post 6249 as well as performed a special song, giving thanks to all that served.

Committing to College Athletics Surrounded by proud family members, coaches and district administrators, four Rocky Point High School seniors put pen to paper this November as they took part in 2018 NCAA Signing Day. After countless hours on the athletic fields and arenas, these studentathletes were selected to

not only attend some of the nation’s top colleges but also compete as part of their premier collegiate athletic programs. The Rocky Point School District is proud to congratulate the following seniors on this distinction and wishes them well in their future academic and athletic endeavors. Jacqueline Bauer,

Lacrosse , Mercy College; Megan Greco, Lacrosse, Wagner University; Brianna Lamoureux, Lacrosse , University of Maryland; Robert Milopsky, Baseball, Hillsborough Community College.

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COMMITTING TO COLLEGE ATHLETICS - Rocky Point High School seniors (lr) Jacqueline Bauer, Brianna Lamoureux, Megan Greco and Robert Milopsky recently ROCKY POINT SALUTES VETERANS - Frank J. Carasiti Elementary School took part in the 2018 NCAA Signing Day event surrounded by proud coaches and second-graders helped to celebrate the nation’s veterans during a special ceremony. administrators. Photo courtesy of the Rocky Point School District Photo courtesy of the Rocky Point School District


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