The Riverhead Recreation Department will offer a seminar on digestive wellness with health coach Amanda Andruzzi-Toussaint Thursday, March 20, from 6 to 7:30 p.m. at the town human resource center. Discussion will include detoxifying, nutritional support, cleansing herbs and common conditions such as IBS, MS, Crohn’s and celiac disease, candida albicans and leaky gut syndrome. Cost is $10 for Riverhead Town residents; $15 for others. Call 727-5744.
• Ibrahima Ndiaye of Wading River has been named employee of the quarter at Eastern Long Island Hospital in Greenport, where he has worked for nine years in the Department of Environmental Services. A release said Mr. Ndiaye is very dedicated and well-known for attention to detail and courtesy. His efforts, said director of support services Ray Eble, allow ELIH to exceed standards by “providing patients, staff, physicians and visitors with a clean and comfortable environment for the best in quality care.”
• Tickets are available through April 10 for Peconic Bay Medical Center’s LI2day Walk Team benefit dinner, set for Thursday, April 24, at 6 p.m. at the Hyatt Place Sea Star Ballroom in Riverhead. The cost is $40 per person before March 21 and $50 thereafter. To reserve, call Jennifer Miglino at 548-6219 or Denise Misiewicz at 548-6923.