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Community News, October 7

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Marie A. Giugliano celebrates her 100th birthday on October 15.

Marie A. Giugliano celebrates her 100th birthday on October 15.

On Saturday, September 25, Dr. Ahron Friedberg, distinguished Manhattan and Sag Harbor psychiatrist and resident, held a reading and discussion of his book,

On Saturday, September 25, Dr. Ahron Friedberg, distinguished Manhattan and Sag Harbor psychiatrist and resident, held a reading and discussion of his book, "Through a Screen Darkly: Psychoanalytic Reflections During the Pandemic," at the home of fellow psychiatrist, Dr. Mirjana Blokar. Attendees and discussion participants included neuroscientist Dr. Heather Berlin, among numerous Mount Sinai colleagues and friends.

Pet owners are blessed every day by having the company of their beloved companions. On Sunday it was their turn to be blessed, as St. Luke's Episcopal Church in East Hampton held the annual

Pet owners are blessed every day by having the company of their beloved companions. On Sunday it was their turn to be blessed, as St. Luke's Episcopal Church in East Hampton held the annual "Community Pet Blessing Sunday". Eucharistic Minister Mary Busch sang various hymns and read "The Litany for Creation and All Creatures". Church Rector The Very Reverend. Denis C. Brunelle toured the crowd on the front lawn, while blessing the animals present. RICHARD LEWIN

A color run was held on Sunday to support the Pierson Class of 2022.  DANA SHAW

A color run was held on Sunday to support the Pierson Class of 2022. DANA SHAW

The Coalition for Women’s Cancers at Stony Brook Southampton Hospital is drawing attention to Breast Cancer Awareness Month during October with the placement of Molly the cow at the Phillips Family Cancer Center on Route 27. It is to  remind women to get their annual

The Coalition for Women’s Cancers at Stony Brook Southampton Hospital is drawing attention to Breast Cancer Awareness Month during October with the placement of Molly the cow at the Phillips Family Cancer Center on Route 27. It is to remind women to get their annual "maMOOOOOOgrams." Although cancer is no laughing matter, Molly is there wildly decorated with a fun and whimsical yarn bombing done by breast cancer survivors and volunteers of the Coalition. The cow was loaned for the occasion by the Behind the Fence Gallery on Sunrise Highway. “What better way to honor my Aunt Molly, who passed from breast cancer,” said Allison Jennerich of Behind the Fence Gallery.

The Coalition for Women’s Cancers at Stony Brook Southampton Hospital is drawing attention to Breast Cancer Awareness Month during October with the placement of Molly the cow at the Phillips Family Cancer Center on Route 27. It is to  remind women to get their annual

The Coalition for Women’s Cancers at Stony Brook Southampton Hospital is drawing attention to Breast Cancer Awareness Month during October with the placement of Molly the cow at the Phillips Family Cancer Center on Route 27. It is to remind women to get their annual "maMOOOOOOgrams." Although cancer is no laughing matter, Molly is there wildly decorated with a fun and whimsical yarn bombing done by breast cancer survivors and volunteers of the Coalition. The cow was loaned for the occasion by the Behind the Fence Gallery on Sunrise Highway. “What better way to honor my Aunt Molly, who passed from breast cancer,” said Allison Jennerich of Behind the Fence Gallery.

The Coalition for Women’s Cancers at Stony Brook Southampton Hospital is drawing attention to Breast Cancer Awareness Month during October with the placement of Molly the cow at the Phillips Family Cancer Center on Route 27. It is to  remind women to get their annual

The Coalition for Women’s Cancers at Stony Brook Southampton Hospital is drawing attention to Breast Cancer Awareness Month during October with the placement of Molly the cow at the Phillips Family Cancer Center on Route 27. It is to remind women to get their annual "maMOOOOOOgrams." Although cancer is no laughing matter, Molly is there wildly decorated with a fun and whimsical yarn bombing done by breast cancer survivors and volunteers of the Coalition. The cow was loaned for the occasion by the Behind the Fence Gallery on Sunrise Highway. “What better way to honor my Aunt Molly, who passed from breast cancer,” said Allison Jennerich of Behind the Fence Gallery.

, Tripoli Patterson of the Tripoli Gallery was presented with the 2021 annual Business Community Award from the Wainscott CAC on Saturday. Left to right, Barbara D'Andrea, Philip Young, Carolyn Logan-Gluck, Tripoli Patterson, Olivia La Manna, Dennis D'Andrea and Lori Ann Czepiel.       MICHAEL HELLER

, Tripoli Patterson of the Tripoli Gallery was presented with the 2021 annual Business Community Award from the Wainscott CAC on Saturday. Left to right, Barbara D'Andrea, Philip Young, Carolyn Logan-Gluck, Tripoli Patterson, Olivia La Manna, Dennis D'Andrea and Lori Ann Czepiel. MICHAEL HELLER

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