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  • The Pee Wee Theatre children of Raynor Country Day School performed their adapted tale of "Little Red Riding Hood" on Friday, May 20, concluding its spring theatre productions.  Halle Geller as Princess Aurora.<br/><span style='font-style:italic'>Submitted May 23</span>
  • The Pee Wee Theatre children of Raynor Country Day School performed their adapted tale of "Little Red Riding Hood" on Friday, May 20, concluding its spring theatre productions. Neila Grazina as the baker.<br/><span style='font-style:italic'>Submitted May 23</span>
  • The Pee Wee Theatre children of Raynor Country Day School performed their adapted tale of "Little Red Riding Hood" on Friday, May 20, concluding its spring theatre productions. Wylin Everitt and Lilly Guja in the performance.<br/><span style='font-style:italic'>Submitted May 23</span>
  • The Pee Wee Theatre children of Raynor Country Day School performed their adapted tale of "Little Red Riding Hood" on Friday, May 20, concluding its spring theatre productions. Third-graders Kate Ward and Sadie Kennedy-Jaffe.<br/><span style='font-style:italic'>Submitted May 23</span>
  • The Pee Wee Theatre children of Raynor Country Day School performed their adapted tale of "Little Red Riding Hood" on Friday, May 20, concluding its spring theatre productions. Alexandra Behmoiram as Maleficent.<br/><span style='font-style:italic'>Submitted May 23</span>
  • About 80 motorcyclists set out for a round-trip ride from Riverhead to Orient Point on Sunday morning in the inaugural Ride the North Fork for Autism, sponsored by Honda of Riverhead to benefit the Flying Point Foundation for Autism. The event was organized by Nicolette Paternoster, whose father owns the Honda dealership, as a senior service project. Riders returned to Honda of Riverhead for a barbecue and a chance to win prizes after the ride. JEREMY COVELL<br/><span style='font-style:italic'>Submitted May 17</span>
  • About 80 motorcyclists set out for a round-trip ride from Riverhead to Orient Point on Sunday morning in the inaugural Ride the North Fork for Autism, sponsored by Honda of Riverhead to benefit the Flying Point Foundation for Autism. The event was organized by Nicolette Paternoster, whose father owns the Honda dealership, as a senior service project. Riders returned to Honda of Riverhead for a barbecue and a chance to win prizes after the ride. JEREMY COVELL<br/><span style='font-style:italic'>Submitted May 17</span>
  • Southampton Town Councilwoman Christine Scalera and local community and civic groups kicked off the 2016 garden season at the Flanders Community Garden at the David W. Crohan Center in Flanders on May 14. As part of her “A Greener Southampton” program, Councilwoman Scalera spearheaded the community garden initiative in the spring  2014 with the goals of promoting healthier eating habits, exercise, environmental care and community cooperation by maintaining the gardens. In the first two years, the garden produced than 300 pounds of vegetables and herbs that were divided among a community food pantry, the Community Senior Lunch Program, the Community Youth programs, the volunteers of this project and their families. In its third season, the tradition will continue. Each bed will be maintained by the local citizens advisory group, civic organizations, the Flanders Fire Department, the Town's Youth Bureau and Senior Services and Councilwoman Scalera. For more information about the Flanders community garden, contact Councilwoman Scalera at 287-5745.<br/><span style='font-style:italic'>Submitted May 16</span>
  • Remsenburg-Speonk resident and Raynor Country Day School student, Ava Conte-Dieckmann, keeps the rhythm for the third grade band as they perform during the school's spring concert series on Tuesday, May 10 in the school's gymnasium. KERRY COONAN<br/><span style='font-style:italic'>Submitted May 16</span>
  • Remsenburg-Speonk Elementary School's gymnasium was transformed into a "Barnyard Moosical" on the evening of May 10, for the kindergarten through third grade spring concert. Kindergartners dressed as pink pigs who loved to clean, and second graders as gourmet goats. JENNIFER BIGORA<br/><span style='font-style:italic'>Submitted May 13</span>
  • The fourth grade beginning band performed during the Remsenburg-Speonk Elementary School's spring concert on May 11. From left, Sophia Fracapane, Joely Schaumloffel, Gianni Amodemo, Jordy Salguero and Kevin Lemus. JENNIFER BIGORA<br/><span style='font-style:italic'>Submitted May 13</span>
  • Fifth-grader Peyton Feil shows her "Swedish Fish" artwork at ArtRemsenburg's opening show "Pop of Color" at the Academy on Friday, May 6. The exhibit was presented by the fifth and sixth grade students of Remsenburg-Speonk Elementary School, curated by the school art teacher, Brian Massey. DEBORAH MARTEL<br/><span style='font-style:italic'>Submitted May 12</span>
  • Sixth-grader Jason Dank created a large scale sculpture of a Coke can for ArtRemsenburg's opening show "Pop of Color" at the Academy last Friday, May 6. The exhibit was presented by the fifth and sixth grade students of Remsenburg-Speonk Elementary School, curated by the school art teacher, Brian Massey. DEBORAH MARTEL<br/><span style='font-style:italic'>Submitted May 12</span>
  • Eastport American Legion Post 1545 members and other Legionaires gathered for the National Commanders Dinner on Friday, April 15, at Antum's in Queens Village, where Post Commander Eastport American Legion Dennis Morrill, holding plaque, was awarded the Vice Commander’s Appreciation Award for 2015.  Christine Scharf<br/><span style='font-style:italic'>Submitted May 9</span>
  • On Saturday, May 7, members of the Eastport American Legion Post 1545 and their families attended a ceremony commemorating the 50th anniversary of the Vietnam War at the Northport VA Medical Center in Northport.From left, Allan Repp and Post Commander Eastport American Legion Dennis Morrill, stand at a piece of the Wall of Wars monument which stands on the grounds of the medical center. Christine Scharf<br/><span style='font-style:italic'>Submitted May 9</span>
  • On Saturday, April 30 , Councilwoman Christine Scalera joined the Moriches Bay Project, a local Brownie Troop and other volunteers in cleaning up the beaches and roadways in the West Hampton Dunes as part of this year’s Great East End Clean Up. More than 550 residents, community and church groups participated this year cleaning public areas of the town spanning from the most eastern point to the western end of the Town.<br/><span style='font-style:italic'>Submitted May 2</span>
  • On Saturday, April 30 , Councilwoman Christine Scalera joined the Moriches Bay Project, a local Brownie Troop and other volunteers in cleaning up the beaches and roadways in the West Hampton Dunes as part of this year’s Great East End Clean Up. More than 550 residents, community and church groups participated this year cleaning public areas of the town spanning from the most eastern point to the western end of the Town.<br/><span style='font-style:italic'>Submitted May 2</span>
  • McGann/Mercy quarterback Kevin Santacroce signed his letter of intent and received a scholarship to play football at Pace University next season. Santacroce is surrounded by his parents, Mercy head football coach Jeff Doroski and atheltic director Melissa Edwards.<br/><span style='font-style:italic'>Submitted Apr 19</span>
  • A dozen McGann/Mercy student athletes signed letters of intent to continue to play athletics in college. From top left, Alex Frabizio (East Stroudsberg, track), Nick Kneski (Springfield, football), Jack Pavelchak (Springfield, football), Meg Tuthill (Dartmouth, track) and Samantha Sandler (Villanova, crew). From bottom left, Connor White, (St. Joseph's of Maine, track), Dale Kelly, (RPI, track), Jules Cintron-Leonardo, (St. Joseph's, soccer), Liam Martin, (Hartwick, football) and Kevin Santacroce (Pace, football)<br/><span style='font-style:italic'>Submitted Apr 19</span>
  • Members of the Remsenburg Garden Club met last Thursday, April 14, at the Remsenburg Chapel to learn about Ikebana, a Japanese flower arrangement design technique. The presenter shared a live demonstration of several arrangements, and the members and their guests concluded the meeting enjoying conversation and tea. From left, Club President Belinda Waterman, presenter Yoshie Takahashi, and Sally Pope. JENNIFER BIGORA<br/><span style='font-style:italic'>Submitted Apr 18</span>
  • Yoshie Takahashi, professor from Ikenobo School with the New York City Chapter, shared several floral arrangement techniques of Ikebana with members and guests of the Remsenburg Garden Club last Thursday, April 14 at the Remsenburg Chapel. Yoshie's floral arrangements have shown at the Metropolitan Museum of Art, Hofstra University and the Asia Society. JENNIFER BIGORA<br/><span style='font-style:italic'>Submitted Apr 18</span>
  • Allstate exclusive agency owner Kevin Meyer was just awarded the Allstate “Best in Company” Award for Financial Services.<br/><span style='font-style:italic'>Submitted Apr 15</span>
  • Fourth- and fifth-graders at Raynor Country Day School in Speonk created and designed cards for the newly opened Kanas Center of Hospice Care patients. From left, Madison Philips, Fallon Spellman, Nikita Gribanov and art teacher Consi Bennett with their creations.<br/><span style='font-style:italic'>Submitted Mar 29</span>
  • Raynor Country Day School fifth-grader Nikita Gribanov with his classroom teacher, Kimberly Vallone, after correctly identifying Pi to the 61st digit on “Pi Day," March 14. Nikita won a $25 gift certificate to Michelangelo's in Speonk to get more pie. KERRY COONAN<br/><span style='font-style:italic'>Submitted Mar 29</span>
  • Students Steal Spotlight In Remsenburg-Speonk Elementary School Production
  • Five students from Raynor Country Day School were selected to represent the school in orchestra, band, and chorus at the Suffolk County Music Educators Association Festival on March 13 at Ward Melville High School. From left, fifth-graders Fallon Spellman,  Madison DeFelice and Nikita Gribanov; sixth-graders Liam McMunn and Timothy Glover. KERRY COONAN<br/><span style='font-style:italic'>Submitted Mar 7</span>
  • Local scouts and their families from Remsenburg and Westhampton gathered for a special Blue and Gold Ceremony held at the Academy in Remsenburg last Friday evening, March 4. KRISTEN SMYTH<br/><span style='font-style:italic'>Submitted Mar 7</span>
  • Two local students were winners in Bideawee's eighth annual "Love Your Pet" art competition. Second-grader Abby Bigora's painting won the grade one and two category and Michelle Kryl of Westhampton Beach won in the grade seven and eight category.<br/><span style='font-style:italic'>Submitted Feb 22</span>
  • Two local students were winners in Bideawee's eighth annual "Love Your Pet" art competition. Second-grader Abby Bigora's painting won the grade one and two category and Michelle Kryl of Westhampton Beach won in the grade seven and eight category.<br/><span style='font-style:italic'>Submitted Feb 22</span>
  • Students from each grade at Remsenburg-Speonk Elementary School participated in the annual Science Fair last Thursday, February 11. Fourth, fifth and sixth grade students were graded for their efforts. Winners and advisors included, from left, math science technology coordinator Laureen Andria, Michael Catalanotto, Anthony Vaccaro, Liam Greiner, Will Barry, Daniel Haber, Jaxson Worthington, Hank Foglia, Superintendent and Principal Dr. Ronald Masera.  COURTESY DEBORAH MARTEL<br/><span style='font-style:italic'>Submitted Feb 15</span>