Calverton: Baiting Hollow and Polish Hall events

01/10/2011 11:14 AM |

Happy 2011! I hope everyone had a nice holiday. We can now settle into the new year, complete with snow. I’m loving it! Every snowflake brings a smile to my face. I’m sure there’s quite a few of you who think otherwise and can’t wait to wear flip-flops again.

Well, it’s back to school. I will have some details about the goings-on at Riley Avenue Elementary School in the upcoming weeks. Stay tuned.

Baiting Hollow Congregational Church will be holding its annual spaghetti dinner on Saturday, Jan. 22, from 4:30 to 6:30 p.m. with continuous servings. Tickets are $9 for adults and $5 for children under 10 and can be purchased from any church member or by calling Linda at 369-0307. Tickets for a handmade, completely furnished dollhouse, to be raffled off in the spring, will also be for sale. Do come enjoy a night of no cooking.

Also on the 22nd, head on over to the Polish Hall on Marcy Avenue in Riverhead for a night of fun and dancing. The third annual “Rockin for the Homeless,” to benefit Maureen’s Haven, will take place at 7 p.m. See Coming Up section for details.

A very happy birthday to my dad, Paul Troyan, who will celebrate on Jan. 15. From all of us, Poppie, we love you lots and hope you have a nice, warm birthday full of fun and with no shoveling. Happy birthday also this week to my nephew Gary Pelis. I hope you have a great day, Gary. Best wishes from all your family and friends.

Congratulations to all us Jets fans! We just might get our wish — a trip to the Super Bowl! If not, let’s bask in the glory of how far we’ve come this year. But I do so want a Super Bowl win. Good luck to us all!

That’s all for this week. Take care, be safe and I shall talk to you next time. Bye.



One Comment

  • what a wonderful idea.
    i’m going to bring this up at my women’s discussion group here in florida.
    at our meeting, the other day, we discussed the need for mental health care .
    one person suggested faith based groups join with mental health professionals to provide help for the mentally ill.
    the point was brought up regarding separation of church and state.
    would this work in your type of program?
    mary oliver
    jensen beach, florida