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  • Members of the Eastport Green Project's Main Street Beautification Committee gathered on November 29 at the Eastport American Legion to create holiday decorations for Eastport's Main Street. Volunteers made wreaths, garlands and filled 14 barrels along Main Street with festive holiday evergreens. Girl Scout troop 1641 made some decorations to include in the barrels.<br/><span style='font-style:italic'>Submitted Nov 30</span>
  • Members of the Eastport Green Project's Main Street Beautification Committee gathered on November 29 at the Eastport American Legion to create holiday decorations for Eastport's Main Street. Volunteers made wreaths, garlands and filled 14 barrels along Main Street with festive holiday evergreens. Girl Scout troop 1641 made some decorations to include in the barrels. Volunteers Meredith Grausso & Danielle Preston-Coggin with their finished wreath.<br/><span style='font-style:italic'>Submitted Nov 30</span>
  • COMING TO VISIT OUR GRANDCHILDREN SOON,LAURA & RICHIE KAPPEL<br/><span style='font-style:italic'>Submitted by targer9, crossville , Nov 30</span>
  • Alexandra Brandi  at the Remsenburg-Speonk Elementary School enjoyed their annual Thanksgiving Feast on Tuesday, November 21, in the school cafeteria. The kindergarten class dressed in handmade Native American costumes for their performance to the rest of the school, led by their teacher Debbie Johnson.    DEBORAH MARTEL<br/><span style='font-style:italic'>Submitted Nov 27</span>
  • Students at the Remsenburg-Speonk Elementary School enjoyed their annual Thanksgiving Feast on Tuesday, November 21, in the school cafeteria. The meal is prepared by the cafeteria staff, and is complete with the traditional Thanksgiving meal of turkey, stuffing, mashed potatoes, cranberry sauce, cornbread, and apple pie for dessert. Pictured are students from the fifth grade class.   DEBORAH MARTEL<br/><span style='font-style:italic'>Submitted Nov 27</span>
  • Students at the Remsenburg-Speonk Elementary School enjoyed their annual Thanksgiving Feast on Tuesday, November 21, in the school cafeteria. The kindergarten class dressed in handmade Native American costumes for their performance to the rest of the school, led by their teacher Debbie Johnson.Left to right, Jessica Paredes, Kenzi Miller, Aaliyah Figueroa, and Conor Sarian.    DEBORAH MARTEL<br/><span style='font-style:italic'>Submitted Nov 27</span>
  • On Monday,  left to right, Polly Theban and Eleanor Grist, members of the Remsenburg Garden Club, put the finishing touches on 175 handmade bows to be applied to wreaths sold at the Club’s annual Wreath, Boutique and Bake Sale at The Academy on South Country Road in Remsenburg on Saturday, December 2 from 8:30 a.m. until 12:30 p.m.   JENNIFER BIGORA<br/><span style='font-style:italic'>Submitted Nov 20</span>
  • On Monday, members of the Remsenburg Garden Club, left to right, Victoria Garcia and Betty Ann Catanzaro, put tails on the bows for holiday wreaths which will be sold at the club’s annual Wreath, Boutique and Bake Sale at The Academy on South Country Road in Remsenburg on Saturday, December 2 from 8:30 a.m. until 12:30 p.m. Stop in to pick up pre-ordered wreaths, more will be available for sale. Patrons may also purchase tickets for the raffle which includes baskets of cheer and gift certificates to local restaurants and shops. Raffle tickets are $5 each or $25 for a book of six. Homemade baked goods and many other tasty treats will be available for purchase. Funds raised at the sale support the many local projects of the Club.   JENNIFER BIOGORA<br/><span style='font-style:italic'>Submitted Nov 20</span>
  • The Remsenburg Academy hosted its annual fall cocktail party last Saturday and among those attending were, from left, Phil Smyth, John Waterman, Nic Millward, Maggie Brush, Dorothy Labowski, Fred Meyer and Bob Busking. The 156-year-old Academy building recently received landmark status from the town of Southampton.<br/><span style='font-style:italic'>Submitted Nov 20</span>
  • Veterans of the United States Army are recognized for their patriotic service at Raynor Country Day School's annual Veterans Day ceremony.<br/><span style='font-style:italic'>Submitted Nov 6</span>
  • Raynor Country Day School Principal Kerry Coonan takes a moment to help Aubrey, Ellee, and Emmee Brandt honor their father at the school's annual Veterans Day ceremony. Mr. Brandt is currently an active Coast Guard serviceman stationed out of state.<br/><span style='font-style:italic'>Submitted Nov 6</span>
  • Raynor Country Day School students could purchase a "Jeans Day" ticket and were encouraged one day last week to wear red, in lieu of their usual uniform to honor those serving our country. Third-graders, left to right, Henry Broidy, Brett Geller and Jameson Lecci were happy to participate. The money raised will go to the Honor Flight Long Island Program.<br/><span style='font-style:italic'>Submitted Oct 30</span>
  • Raynor Country Day School students could purchase a "Jeans Day" ticket and were encouraged one day last week to wear red, in lieu of their usual uniform to honor those serving our country. Pre-K students AJ Fisher & Elle Mongelluzzo joined in the awareness program. The money raised will go to the Honor Flight Long Island Program.<br/><span style='font-style:italic'>Submitted Oct 30</span>
  • Many volunteers and groups have contributed to the beautification of Eastport, under the auspices of the Eastport Green Project, including the construction of a pergola at the community garden by a Boy Scout troop and the cleanup of Seatuck Creek.<br/><span style='font-style:italic'>Submitted Oct 30</span>
  • Many volunteers and groups have contributed to the beautification of Eastport, under the auspices of the Eastport Green Project, including the construction of a pergola at the community garden by a Boy Scout troop and the cleanup of Seatuck Creek.<br/><span style='font-style:italic'>Submitted Oct 30</span>
  • East Moriches community members celebrated International Coastal Clean-Up Day on September 16, 2017 by participating in a beach clean-up of Gull Island, in Moriches Bay. The group removed several grills, broken tent frames, beach chairs, and an assortment of bottles and cans.<br/><span style='font-style:italic'>Submitted Oct 16</span>
  • East Moriches community members celebrated International Coastal Clean-Up Day on September 16, 2017 by participating in a beach clean-up of Gull Island, in Moriches Bay. The group removed several grills, broken tent frames, beach chairs, and an assortment of bottles and cans.<br/><span style='font-style:italic'>Submitted Oct 16</span>
  • Raynor COuntry Day School hosted its annual Tykes on Bikes/Safety Town event on Friday, during which students navigated an obstacle course that included a railroad crossing, toll booth, crosswalk, school zone, a fire department, police department, veterinarian's office, bank, post office, and bakery.<br/><span style='font-style:italic'>Submitted Oct 16</span>
  • Raynor COuntry Day School hosted its annual Tykes on Bikes/Safety Town event on Friday, during which students navigated an obstacle course that included a railroad crossing, toll booth, crosswalk, school zone, a fire department, police department, veterinarian's office, bank, post office, and bakery.<br/><span style='font-style:italic'>Submitted Oct 16</span>
  • Raynor COuntry Day School hosted its annual Tykes on Bikes/Safety Town event on Friday, during which students navigated an obstacle course that included a railroad crossing, toll booth, crosswalk, school zone, a fire department, police department, veterinarian's office, bank, post office, and bakery.<br/><span style='font-style:italic'>Submitted Oct 16</span>
  • The Suffolk County Department of Health Services has launched a new partnership with the Tick-Borne Disease Resource Center at Stony Brook Southampton Hospital to provide nearly 150 schools with over 500 tick-removal kits throughout Suffolk County. The first kit was delivered in person to the Eastport-South Manor Central School District. Left to right, Rebecca Young, RN, BSN, and Karen C. Wulffraat, Administrative Director, of the Regional Tick-Borne Disease Resource Center at Stony Brook Southampton Hospital; Patrick K. Brimstein, Ed.D., Superintendent of Eastport-South Manor Central School District; Linda Mermelstein, MD, MPH, Chief Deputy Commissioner, and Scott Campbell, PhD, Chief of the Arthropod-Borne-Disease Laboratory of the Suffolk County Department of Health Services.<br/><span style='font-style:italic'>Submitted Oct 13</span>
  • Students from Raynor COuntry Day School learned about fire safety during a visit to the school by Eastport Fire Department volunteers.<br/><span style='font-style:italic'>Submitted Oct 9</span>
  • Raynor Country Day School pre-Kindergartner Brody Selg gets a chance at the firehouse during the Eastport Fire Department's recent visit to the school.<br/><span style='font-style:italic'>Submitted Oct 9</span>
  • Fifth-grade student, Mia Valenzuela, takes a lap while getting a few high-fives from the fourth-graders at the Westhampton Beach Elementary School "Fun Run" held in the gymnasium on Wednesday, September 20. Students ran a total of 35 laps each around the gymnasium at the school-wide event which raised over $19,000 to support the school's Parent Teacher Association.    JENNIFER BIGORA<br/><span style='font-style:italic'>Submitted Sep 21</span>
  • Fifth-grade students, Anthony Pilo, front, and Brayden Mackie, back, take a lap while getting a high-fives from the fourth-graders at the Westhampton Beach Elementary School "Fun Run" held in the gymnasium on Wednesday, September 20. Students ran a total of 35 laps each around the gymnasium at the school-wide event which raised over $19,000 to support the school's Parent Teacher Association.   JENNIFER BIGORA<br/><span style='font-style:italic'>Submitted Sep 21</span>
  • Fourth graders at Westhampton Beach Elementary School took their turn in running a lap at the "Fun Run" in the school's gymnasium on Wednesday, September 20. The fundraiser gained tremendous community support, raising over $19,000 before the event even took place, to support the annual needs of the school's Parent Teacher Association.     JENNIFER BIGORA<br/><span style='font-style:italic'>Submitted Sep 21</span>
  • Planned Parenthood of Hudson Peconic board member Ann Pogue; board chair, Joan Rosen; president and CEO Vincent Russell; and board member Wendy Gardner at the opening of the new office in Riverhead on Friday.    RICHARD LEWIN<br/><span style='font-style:italic'>Submitted Sep 18</span>
  • Raynor Country Day School hosted its annual Bus Safety Assembly last week. During the 45-minute, hands-on and interactive assembly, the students reviewed bus safety rules, created a bus-themed "craftivity," and took a "ride" on the school bus. Oscar Gallacher gets some help making an "emergency" exit.<br/><span style='font-style:italic'>Submitted Sep 18</span>
  • Raynor Country Day School hosted its annual Bus Safety Assembly last Friday. During the 45-minute, hands-on and interactive assembly, the students reviewed bus safety rules, created a bus-themed "craftivity," and took a "ride" on the school bus. Pre-K students Vanessa Benevente and Gianna Trimarco.<br/><span style='font-style:italic'>Submitted Sep 18</span>
  • First-grader Jack Graf sings along with his classmates during Raynor Country Day School's Patriot Day Assembly on Monday, September 11.<br/><span style='font-style:italic'>Submitted Sep 11</span>