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Vol. 14, No. 18
Huntington group wins federal funding A2
Town works together to raise food donations A3
August 10, 2017
2nd Precinct officers hang out with the community A4 A look at the sights at the East Northport Firemen’s Fair A8
The Essence of Nature opens in Setauket Also: Memories of the Rocky Point Drive-In, Dog Days exhibit at LIM, ‘The Frog Prince’ at T3
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Nonprofit takes veterans sailing for the day in Northport— A7 Photo from Sean Duclay
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Huntington housing group gets $100,000 in federal funding By Victoria Espinoza firstname.lastname@example.org One Huntington organization got some major help from federal friends earlier this summer. The Huntington Housing Authority, a group that provides safe, affordable and decent housing to low-income, disabled, elderly and family households received more than $100,000 in federal funding from the joint efforts of Senator Chuck Schumer (D) and Senator Kristen Gillibrand (D). “We were relieved to learn that the Capital Fund Program grant will continue to assist the families we serve, and who call Huntington home,” Siela Bynoe, management analyst at the housing authority, said in an email. Bynoe said the funding is crucial to the success of the work the group does. “The HHA receives 30 percent of the family’s adjusted income in monthly rent,” she said. “Therefore, the Capital Fund Grant helps the HHA meet operational expenses and invest in the improvement of the dwelling units.” The funds were allocated through the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development’s Public Housing Capital Fund. Schumer and Gillibrand said the
funding will help the housing authority develop, finance and modernize its public housing facilities. “Having a roof over your head is one of life’s basic necessities, so we must do everything we can to help provide those truly in need with a decent and affordable place to live,” Schumer said in a statement. “This federal funding will help support affordable housing initiatives throughout New York that assist needy families, the elderly and persons with disabilities to find an affordable place to live.” Bynoe detailed what the $101,837 could do. “The Capital Fund Program Grant will enable the HHA to paint units, replace flooring and upgrade hot water heaters in the aging units,” she said. “These enhancements will ensure that our families continue to live in safe conditions.” Gillibrand said she hopes to see more help like this in the future. “We need to invest more federal funds to help more low-income families … in New York with access to affordable and safe housing,” she said in a statement. “These resources are vital for vulnerable communities and I will continue to do everything I can in the Senate to make sure that all New Yorkers have the opportunity to reach their full potential.” photo from Huntington Housing authority
a view of one of the housing developments in the Huntington Housing authority
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Huntington groups, leaders work together to battle hunger By Victoria Espinoza email@example.com Huntington Town Councilwoman Tracey Edwards (D), a Huntington grocery store and many other local groups recently made it their mission to help stock the kitchen at a local children’s organization. Tri Community and Youth Agency, a not-for-profit organization that offers educational, recreational, social, cultural, athletic, counseling and advocacy programs for the town’s youth spanning from South Huntington to Cold Spring Harbor, noticed an issue with food shortage among its young attendees. Edwards said she was told that 80 children were receiving meals while attending Tri CYA programs during the week, but were pressed for food during the weekends when they were home. Edwards reached out to a network of organizations that responded quickly and were eager to help. “This is an example of what we can do when we all work together on a common goal,” Edwards said in an event announcing the donations at the Stop & Shop on Jericho Turnpike in Huntington. “Thank you to Stop & Shop and all the service organizations in our community.” Responding to a call to action from Edwards, a large roster of community-based organizations and the Huntington Stop &
photo from a.J carter
community members stand with the baskets of food donations raised for tri cya. Shop store mobilized to gather food and donate it to help the 80 kids enrolled in the Tri CYA program. “Our children and their families are most appreciative of Stop & Shop’s assistance,” said Debbie Rimler, (regional director) executive director of Tri CYA. “I am very grateful that all these groups have banded together to address food insecurity over the weekends. This donation will make a
huge difference in many households and for many youths. Thank you so much.” The participating organizations said it was their pleasure to get involved. “It is our privilege to lend assistance to those in the Huntington community who make sure that children are cared for,” said Cindy Carrasquilla, manager of public relations and community relations for Stop & Shop said in a statement. “Stop & Shop is
pleased that our efforts can provide food and nourishment to youngsters in need.“ The grocery chain donated milk, cream cheese, butter, vegetables, fresh fruit and kid favorites such as hot dogs, soup, macaroni, ravioli, Lunchables, Pop-Tarts and juice. Huntington is not alone in a need for more food to feed our residents. According to Feeding America’s most recent hunger study, 39 percent of Long Islanders who receive emergency food are children under 18 years old. Feeding America is a nonprofit organization that works as a nationwide network of more than 200 food banks feeding more than 40 million people. “Summer hunger is a serious issue here on Long Island,” said Robin Amato, chief development officer of Long Island Cares, Inc. “Moving forward we will be talking to the Tri CYA about utilizing our children’s breakfast food trucks to ensure that these children have nutritious weekend meals all year round.” Other organizations and companies that donated food include American Legion Greenlawn Post 1244; the Boy Scouts of America, Suffolk County Girl Scouts, Huntington Community First Aid Squad, Huntington Public Library, South Huntington Public Library, Huntington Township Chamber of Commerce, YMCA of Huntington, NAACP, Huntington Station Business Improvement District, and more.
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The 2nd Precinct took part in National Night Out, an event where police officers interact and have fun with the kids and residents of the community they serve. Kids of all ages played frisbee, got Airbrush tattoos and were served snacks from cops at Manor Field Park in Huntington Station.
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Future of health care in NY in flux after federal bill dies in U.S. Senate By Alex Petroski firstname.lastname@example.org
File photo by kevin redding
U.s. sen. Chuck schumer from New york was among the strongest opponents of the GoP-backed bill to repeal obamacare. tee, would establish The New York Health Act, to create a single-payer health care system. A single-payer system requires a singlepayer fund, which all New Yorkers would pay into to cover health care costs of an individual, instead of through private insurers. In a single-payer system every citizen is covered, patients have the freedom to choose their own doctors and hospitals, and employers would no longer be responsible for health care costs. Suozzi attended a March rally in Huntington in support of a single-payer system for New York. The U.S. Senate version of the health care bill passed by the House of Representatives in May would have resulted in drastic cuts to Medicaid funding for New Yorkers. According to the Kaiser Family Foundation, a nonprofit organization established to deliver health policy analysis to the public, nearly $92 billion in funding would be cut from New York’s Medicaid expansion dollars between 2020 and 2026. The predominantly Republican support for the repeal of Obamacare stems from expensive premiums and an individual mandate requiring the purchase of health insurance for all Americans with a fine for noncompliance. The U.S. Congressional Budget Office was no more optimistic about the GOP health care bill than the Kaiser Family Foundation. A July 20 report from the CBO on one of the many versions of the now-failed senate bill predicted 17 million Americans would be uninsured by 2018 had the bill passed, in addition to increases in premiums.
With a dramatic thumbs down gesture from U.S. Sen. John McCain (R-Arizona) in the middle of the night July 28, the GOP-backed health care bill was effectively killed in the United States Senate, leaving the future of health care in the country, state and county a mystery. As a result of the vote, the Affordable Care Act, or Obamacare, remains the law of the land for the time being, despite rhetoric from President Donald Trump (R) suggesting the system is on the verge of collapse. In New York, a universal health care bill progressed past the state assembly and has been in committee since June 2016, awaiting state senate approval and a final signature from Gov. Andrew Cuomo (D). A New York State health care bill would supersede federal law. “First: I want to thank Sens. [Lisa Murkowski (R-Alaska)], [Susan Collins (R-Maine)], and McCain for showing such courage, strength, and principle,” U.S. Sen. and Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer (D-New York) said on Twitter July 28. The three Republican senators voted in line with the 48 Democrats to effectively kill the bill, despite the GOP majority. “To everyone who called, tweeted, emailed, and raised their voice in any way: thank you. Your stories matter. But we are not celebrating. We are relieved — for the millions of Americans who can keep their insurance and breathe a little easier. Now, it’s time for the Senate to come together in a bipartisan way to fix the problems that exist in our health care system. We can stabilize the markets through funding cost sharing reduction and creating reinsurance programs, which keep premiums, deductibles down.” U.S. Rep. for New York’s 3rd Congressional District Tom Suozzi (D-Glen Cove) released a proposal July 31 with the Problem Solvers Caucus, a bipartisan group of legislators which Suozzi serves as the vicechair of, that would “stabilize the individual insurance market,” in the wake of the vote, according to a press release. The plan would create a dedicated stability fund to reduce premiums and limit losses of coverage, repeal the 2.3 percent medical device sales tax that is on all medical device supplies, provide clear guidelines for states that want to enter into regional control of their health care and create more options for customers, and more. “Americans are desperate for Democrats and Republicans to work together to try and tackle the challenges our country faces,” Suozzi said in a statement. “The Problem Solvers Caucus, by proposing this major bipartisan first step, is like an oasis in a desert of dysfunction. We still have much more to do with health care and other issues and we hope our colleagues will join our efforts in this spirit of goodwill and compromise for the common good.” The New York State Assembly bill for the 2017-18 session, which is currently in commit-
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Police Blotter Incidents and arrests, July 31 – Aug. 8 Drunk driver
A 61-year-old woman from Huntington Bay was driving a 2014 Lexus north on New York Avenue in Huntington Bay at around 1:45 a.m. Aug. 5 when she was pulled over for speeding, police said. She was found to be inebriated, according to police. She was arrested and charged with first-offense driving while intoxicated.
Patience is key-osk
Man arrested for allegedly driving drunk and endangering child in Huntington Station by victoria espinoza email@example.com Suffolk County Police arrested a man for allegedly driving while intoxicated and endangering the welfare of a child after he stole a vehicle. He also fled police and was involved in a motor vehicle crash in Melville early morning Aug. 5 A 2nd Precinct officer observed a man in a 2001 Ford driving recklessly south on New York Avenue at East 15th Street in Huntington Station at 3:12 a.m. The vehicle had been reported stolen from Bay Shore at about 2:30 a.m. An officer attempted to pull over the vehicle and the driver, Justice Bennett, fled. Bennett lost control and the vehicle overturned and crashed at Old Country Road, west of Ponderosa Drive, at 3:16 a.m., police said.
Bennett, 19, of Bay Shore, was transported by the Melville Fire Department to Nassau University Medical Center in East Meadow for treatment of serious injuries. A 13-year-old passenger and two 14-yearold passengers in the vehicle were all transported by the Melville Fire Department to Nassau University Medical Center for treatment of non-life-threatening injuries. Second Squad detectives charged Bennett with criminal possession of stolen property, three counts of aggravated driving while intoxicated (Leandra’s Law), three counts of endangering the welfare of a child and unlawful fleeing of police. He is scheduled for arraignment at a later date. The vehicle was impounded for a safety check and the investigation is continuing. No attorney information for Bennett was immediately available.
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Aug. 4 at around 8 a.m., a 56-year-old man from Kings Park was arrested for an incident that occurred July 2 at around 3:45 p.m. when he struck and damaged a kiosk screen at Five Star Car Wash on Jericho Turnpike in East Northport, according to police. He was charged with seconddegree criminal mischief.
Carrying incriminating cargo
During a traffic stop on the corner of Route 110 in Melville at around 12:30 p.m. Aug. 4, a 31-year-old woman from Copiague was found to be carrying cocaine in her 2007 Dodge, police said. She was arrested and charged with seventhdegree criminal possession of a controlled substance.
Breakin’ the law
Police said upon crashing into a 2015 Nissan on Pulaski Road in Huntington June 20 at around 12:10 p.m., a 39-yearold man from Huntington fled in his 2016 Mercedes. According to police, he was driving without a license and his car wasn’t installed with a court-mandated ignition interlock device at the time of the collision. He was arrested Aug. 3 and charged with leaving the scene of an accident, second-degree aggravated unlicensed operation of a vehicle and driving without an interlock.
You had to be a big shot, didn’t ya?
A 16-year-old man and a 17-year-old man, both from Huntington Station, broke into a home on Talmadge Drive in Huntington Station July 29 at around 11:30 a.m. through a window and stole jewelry, according to police. They were also in possession of a shotgun stolen during a previous burglary at another Huntington Station home June 28, police said. They were both arrested Aug. 1 and charged with second-degree burglary and fourth-degree criminal possession of stolen property.
Weed like to explain
Marijuana was found in the possession of a 22-year-old man from Huntington Station on the corner of Pulaski Road and Spencer Avenue in Huntington Station at around 11:10 a.m. Aug. 3, according to police. He was arrested and charged with fourth-degree criminal possession of marijuana.
Walking on Reservoir Road in Melville Aug. 1 at around 9 a.m., a 21-year-old man from Melville was found to be carrying marijuana, police said. He was arrested and charged with unlawful possession of marijuana.
According to police, a 47-year-old woman from Northport stole jewelry from a store in the Huntington Square Mall in East Northport at around 1:20 p.m. July 31. She was arrested and charged with petit larceny.
Keeping cool in Commack
A cooler was stolen from Ace Hardware on Smithtown Boulevard in Nesconset at around 2:40 p.m. July 27, police said. A 30-year-old man from Commack was arrested July 30 for the incident and charged with petit larceny.
On New Street in Huntington, an unknown person broke the window of Song’s Foot Spa at around 4 a.m. Aug. 5 and fled, according to police.
Police said an unknown person keyed and broke the windows of a 2011 Jeep parked outside a home on Park Avenue in Elwood at around 3 a.m. Aug. 4.
Go go power washer
A power washer was stolen off the driveway of a residence on Millet Street in Dix Hills at around 2:15 p.m. Aug. 5, according to police.
An unknown person stole a kayak from Centerport Beach on Little Neck Road in Centerport Aug. 5 at around 8 p.m., police said.
When a resident on Village Hill Drive in Dix Hills hired an unknown person off Craigslist to clean his pool at around 3 p.m. Aug. 4, police said the hired worker just ended up stealing his pool pump and leaving.
Blowing bubbles and causing trouble
Two unknown people were apprehended after stealing chewing gum from a 7-Eleven on Jericho Turnpike in Commack at around 4:10 p.m. Aug. 3, according to police. — compiled by kevin redding
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Photos by Kyle Barr
Sailahead sponsored another day of free, fun-filled sailing for veterans from across the country this past weekend. above, the fleet heads out to sea; bottom, participants smile and wave during the event.
Veterans and families set sail on Northport Harbor By Kyle Barr Clear skies and sunshine greeted some of our nation’s bravest this past weekend as they set out on Northport Harbor for “Let’s Take a Veteran Sailing.” The annual event was founded by SailAhead, a not-for-profit that works to help wounded veterans by using sailing as a form of therapy, and this year more than 140 veterans and their families came out to the water. Navy veteran Kim Humphrey served for 25 years until her career ended as a result of an injury she sustained during Operation Enduring Freedom. For her, sailing with the nonprofit group is one of the best choices she made, because one of the worst things she could do was stay indoors, alone. “I started out sailing every Friday with them,” she said at the event. “It has meant a lot, and it gives you accountability, because now you have to report to somebody instead of being at home and staying depressed. I was in the Navy, water had a calming affect for me.” Humphrey has been a consistent mem-
ber of SailAhead since the beginning. The group hosted its third annual Let’s Take a Veteran Sailing day last Sunday, Aug. 6, which brought veterans and veteran families from all over the country and even outside of the country to the Centerport Yacht Club. They spent the afternoon and evening on a fleet of around 45 sailboats for a day that emphasized camaraderie and honored the veterans and their families, especially those who have lost members to depression and suicide. “These families all share the same burden of continuing to live after losing a loved one,” Sean Duclay, one of the founders of SailAhead said at the commencement ceremony before the veterans and families boarded their boats. “Families of soldiers do not get deployed, they do not carry heavy bags, they do not do endless pushups, they don’t all go abroad, they do not get put in harms way, they don’t even have to eat k-rations, yet they endure extreme sacrifices, and the biggest sacrifice is to lose a loved one.” The Duclay brothers include Killian, the older brother who goes to Stony Brook University, and Sean, the younger brother who graduated high school this spring. Both were already strong sailors who loved sailing the waters of Huntington Bay and the Long Island Sound, and they, along with the rest of their family decided to use their love of sailing as a form of therapy to help veterans, starting the nonprofit in 2013. In 2015 the group hosted its first Let’s Take a Veteran Sailing day which gathered 90 veterans to sail on a fleet of around 30 boats. The event also honored Ryan James Day, a U.S. Army Ranger veteran who committed suicide in 2014 at the age of 21. His mother, father and two brothers attended the event and after a speech in remembrance of him, Ryan’s father Jim Day announced he would be giving $5,000 to Sail Ahead from the Ryan Day Memorial Fund. This year the event was aided by the Greenlawn American Legion Post 1244 which helped in the flag bearing ceremony before the veterans boarded their boats. “This is a great thing,” Post 1244 president Bruce Blanco said. “When you get families
from all over the country that have lost loved ones — myself included, I lost my son. This is why I’m doing this, everything is in his honor.” The flotilla of sailboats, many owned by volunteers, was anchored in Northport Harbor, and after the ceremonies the veterans were ferried to their sailing vessel that was put to sea with the unfurling of sails and the raising of flags. This was the first time sailing for many veterans. “We just found out about it two weeks ago, so we immediately signed up for it,” veteran and Port Jefferson resident Scott Roberts said. He and 25 other veterans who attended were members of nonprofit Samaritan Village that has programs to support veterans. “This is my first time being on a sailboat along with these guys, it’s very interesting, and it’s very well put together.” veteran and Samaritan Village member Kevin Troope said. Fredrick Hodges, a social worker for Samaritan Village veteran programs said one of the hardest things for veterans is being sociable once they are out of the service.
“One of the key pieces is getting the social part right,” Hodges said. “Once they are out [of the service] they might not know how to network. They have to have a balanced existence.” As each boat pulled its flags up the mast, they also raised a flag with the number 219 sewn onto it. The Department of Veterans Affairs released a study that said on average 22 veterans commit suicide each day, meaning every 10 days a full U.S. Marine Corps company, 220 men and women, is lost at home from suicide. The number 219 signifies the hope that one less veteran will die and be saved through building bonds with people and fellow veterans. “There’s a camaraderie to this, and something that veterans need is a calming effect.” Humphrey said. “When you see someone that you started out something with you’re at ease, immediately. Because this can be a very overwhelming environment. When we see each other, we gravitate towards each other.”
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A fair-ly good time
Photos by Bob Savage
Families, kids and residents of all ages came out this past weekend to enjoy the rides, treats and games at the annual East Northport Firemen’s Fair. Attendees were able to win prizes, listen to live music, get airbrush tattoos and more.
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school news Pulaski Road Elementary School
Photos from Northport-East Northport school district
Pulaski Road Elementary School in the Northport-East Northport school district has been bustling with students from prekindergarten through eighth grade in the district’s Summer Reading Program. The 20-day program allows students to better prepare for the new school year by taking part in fun, educational games and activities that promote literacy. Students meet for two hours a day from Monday through Thursday and are placed with a teacher who gives them what they need to strengthen their reading skills. The day consists of small group instruction, which allows for personalized attention and engaging hands-on and multisensory activities. The students utilize centers which they rotate through, to explore different avenues of learning and participate in creative educational games such as fishing for words and bowling.
In addition, the program encompasses technology into the learning environment by providing reading exercises on the SMART Board and personal computers for students to learn through the educational platform, Compass Learning Odyssey. District Coordinator of Reading & AIS Tara Gaiss and program principal Scott Pellegrino have run the program for the past five years and watched it evolve into a beneficial outlet for students to challenge themselves to succeed. “The Summer Reading Program engages students in small group, multisensory reading activities with the goal of not only reducing summer loss but closing the gap in the specific areas of challenge for each student,” said Gaiss. “As part of our presummer goal setting process, we take great effort to pinpoint the specific areas of challenge and then work for 20 days to target these skills in creative and exciting lessons.”
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PersPectives Getting started with fats Your turn
BY chris zenYuh Everyone “knows” that fat is bad, and that eating fat makes you fat. Of course, there was a time when everyone “knew” that the world was flat, too. It is time to discover the truth. Let’s start with familiar territory — proteins. In a recent article, I described proteins as chains of varying lengths comprised of up to 20 different beads (amino acids) and arranged in specific orders. You must acquire eight of these 20 beads through your diet to remain healthy. They are essential amino acids. Your body can make the other 12 as needed. Lipids, including fats, are similarly constructed from a pool of building blocks called fatty acids, some of which are also essential. A molecule called glycerol typically holds
fatty acids together. Lipids include triglycerides, diglycerides, and monoglycerides; suggesting the number of fatty acids connected to glycerol. Sterols (cholesterol being the most famous of that group) are also considered lipids though they have no energy value, nor are they constructed from fatty acids. Fats and oils are primarily made up of triglycerides. Triglycerides, in turn, are combinations of fatty acids, joined three at a time. Each fatty acid can be categorized by its length, (number of carbon atoms) the types and locations of the bonds holding it together. The MCTs (Medium Length Triglycerides) in coconut oil are triglycerides having fatty acids of medium length (8 - 12 carbon atoms). When the carbon atoms in the fatty acid are held together by single bonds, it is considered to be ‘saturated.’ Thus, a saturated fat source, like beef, would have a large number of triglycerides constructed with fatty acids having only single bonds. The saturation is responsible for why beef fat is solid at room temperature. A triglyceride is often made of three different fatty acids. The percentages of each type differ with each fat. Approximately 46 percent of beef fat fatty acids are saturated
while only 30 percent of the fat in chicken is saturated. The remainder of the fatty acid composition is unsaturated, having at least one double bond. The presence of only one double bond among the carbon atoms establishes the fatty acid as being monounsaturated (MUFA). Olive oil and avocado are popular sources of triglycerides with many MUFAs. Polyunsaturated fatty acids (PUFAs), have multiple double bonds and are prevalent in vegetable stock photo oils (corn, soy, etc.). One or more double bonds makes it more difficult for the lipid to solidify. Triglycerides with a large percentage of MUFAs and PUFAs tend to exist as liquids at room temperature. We refer to them as oils. Omega means end. The first double bond in omega-3 fatty acids begins with the third carbon from the end (away from glycerol) of the fatty acid. Omega-6 fatty acids are named accordingly. These familiar sounding fatty acids are essential, in that your body must derive them from your diet (dark greens and fish are good sources). Their nutritional value was understood before their
structure was known, during which time omega-3 and omega-6 fatty acids were referred to as Vitamin F. While the most popularly known function of fatty acids is energy storage, more critical roles of fat in your body involve the structure of every cell in your body. Cousins to triglycerides are phospholipids, in which one of the fatty acids is replaced with a phosphate group. Phospholipids make up every membrane of every cell in your body. And, since such membranes are interactive with their environment, the integrity of their structure is critical to proper function. That you can read this article is a credit to your fat. Myelin insulates your nerves, allowing them to function properly. It accounts for approximately 60 percent of the mass of your brain. Myelin is made up of fatty acids. The list of life functions that depend on fatty acids goes on and on; many of which I will address in future articles. Until then, I will leave you with a bit of homework. Of the three macronutrient categories (carbohydrates, proteins, and lipids), which one does not have an essential role in our diet? And, where would we be if we had all continued to ignore the mounting evidence that the world was round? Chris Zenyuh is a science teacher at Harborfields High School and has been teaching for 30 years.
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