Aquebogue-Jamesport: A Spring Tea, a bird walk, and a yard sale

04/28/2011 4:06 AM |

Congratulations to the Aquebogue School students of the week for the month of March! Kindergarten: David Raynor, Amari Ayala, Connor Moos, Jeremy Carey, Mishell Garcia, Erick Agustin, Weston Chavez, Jamirah Brown, Oscar Wies, Yamileth Estrada, Diziah Mitchell, Dylan Beyer, Charles Liles, Jamir Anderson, Raul Roman-Pablo, Joseph Dolomite, Joseph Minnick, Casey Zahra, Mary Edstrom. First grade: Shawn Alvarado, Margarita Basurto, Zachary Warren, Katelyln Encinas-Reyes, Evan Cila, Madison Flora, Beyonca Bryant, Kevin Ramirez, Christopher Pharr, Zyaire Hartfield, Christian Aguilar, Randy Cabrera-Milian, Johnathan Trent, Jose Garcia, John Gross, Princesa Jeronimo, Yanik Irving, Sophia Haupt, Imonie Ramos. Second grade: Angela Tejeda, Erik Yat, Olivia Niewiadomski, John Davide, Nathaniel Brown, Skyler Yuengling, Aaron Gaines-Bullock, Sophie Ruschin, Rayzhene Childress, Madison Stewart, Deanna Wirth, William Green, Quinnlan Bailey, Nicholas Belvedere, Jadyn Polak, William Lopez, Jordan Palmer, Kate Foley. Third grade: Jade Escobar, Casey Scharpf, Quintel Mason, Ja’Von Holliday, Aaron Walker, Arianna Dominici, Dillon Reynolds, Michael Purcell, Justin Dicks, Christine Thomas, Aiyanna Brown, Connor Sadeli, Yigel Cruz-Mendez, Jennifer Barrios de Leon, Sy’rai Clayton, Grace Kaelin, Daniel Powers, Robert Miller, Matthew Pittman, Grace Kaelin, Cinthia Barrios de Leon. Fourth grade: Lorecy Franco, Isaiah Brunskill, David Yacono, Henry Osorio Oliva, Brandon Rankin Escobar, Jayvonte Nash, Fermina Yat, Kyle Bullock, Samantha Tuomey, Savannah Nash-LoSchiavo, Janiah James, Thomas Penna, Cassidy Canberg, H’Nadahri Joyner, Emily Bazarewski, Joshua Johnson, Christopher Riddick, Johnathan Kenny, Fermina Yat, Casey Hansen.

Best wishes for a very happy birthday to Jackson Redmond of Aquebogue, who turns 5 April 29. Your mom and dad want you to know how happy they are for you! Happy birthday, Jackson!

There may still be time to get tickets for the third annual Spring Tea at Hallockville, which takes place Friday, April 29, at 1 p.m. The tea at the historic Naugles Barn has previously been a great success, featuring a selection of sweets, savories and teas. Be sure to wear your favorite hat! Tickets are $25, and seating is limited, so call 298-5292 to see if you can still make a reservation!

Also at Hallockville on Saturday, April 30, at 9 a.m., North Fork birding expert Jody Levin will lead the search for spring birds through the woods and fields surrounding Hallockville. Registration is required; call 298-5292 or email hallockv@optonline.net. There is a fee of $5 for Hallockville members, $6 for non-members. Bring binoculars and wear appropriate apparel and sturdy footwear. Heavy rain cancels the program.

On this very busy weekend, Old Steeple Community Church on Main Road in Aquebogue will hold a yard sale. It’s set for Saturday, April 30, 9 a.m. to 1 p.m., rain or shine. There will be plenty of treasures to share, so come and check it out. The yard sale season is just beginning to open! Come and enjoy!

I hope you all had a wonderful week last week! We had a lovely visit with our family! I hope yours was just as special!

3 Comment

  • I have to answer and add to Jack Gismoni’s concern about round trip ferry ticket books on the North Ferry. I brought this up and asked a similar question at the Greenport Village Board meeting this pass Monday night this has been a concern of many contractors that travel from the Greenport side to the Shelter Island and don’t enjoy the same benefit. Years ago while working for the Village Police department I served on the traffic committee and we tried to eleviate traffic down by the railroad station the first thing we did was move the city commuter bus to the south side of the railroad tracks. Last week I was dropping a family member off for the first bus and the parking lot was full and at least nine of the cars had Shelter Island resident stickers on them so I guess we provide something free for some but get nothing in return. You’d also be very interested to know the North Ferry Company pays the Heights Association on Shelter Island money to use their roads but pays the Village of Greenport nothing. I believe this is still factual too the ferry company owns nothing on the Greenport side they rent from the MTA.

  • Hey, Macspack, are you really that paranoid that you think you can tell what’s going on in Mr. Copertino’s head and you can identify an anonymous writer all just from what’s written on an internet page? Well, since you’re wrong on the latter, I am pretty sure you are wrong on the former. Boy, I feel sorry for anyone on your family. It must really be terrible to live with someone who sees an ulterior motive in anything he disagrees with.

  • You just proved my point Mr. C! oh and so you don’t feel too bad I just ‘liked’ your reply John.