When she died at age 59 in 2010, Carol Pufahl left a legacy that included a love not only of reading and writing, but of teaching essential skills.
On last Friday, that legacy was put into action at Riverhead Free Library, where El Dia de los Niños (The Day of the Children), which takes place annually at libraries nationwide, received an added boost thanks in large part to the Carol Pufahl Literacy Foundation. READ
During its first 68 years, Riverhead Free Library relocated frequently before eventually finding a permanent home on Court Street.
Following the seemingly abrupt resignation of Riverhead Free Library director Joy Rankin, the organization’s board of trustees has appointed Kathy Richter of East Marion as interim director. READ
Riverhead Free Library’s proposed $3.6 million budget for 2016-17 will be the subject of a public hearing Tuesday. READ
Donna Elmore describes her work as “black art.”
Why? Well, that’s simple.
“Because all of the people in it are black,” she said. READ
My husband, Joe, remains at Riverhead Care Center for rehab.
There are certain things most everyone knows about Martin Luther King Jr.
They know he led the Montgomery bus boycott, marched on Washington and from Selma to Montgomery, and that he “had a dream.”
There are fewer people, as we approach 48 years since his assassination, that can say they actually knew the man. READ
Veritas Rebekah Lodge 167 held a chinese auction in September to benefit the North Fork Breast Health Coalition, local food pantries and Samaritan’s Purse Operation Christmas Child.