Gold Rush Farms on Sound Avenue in Baiting Hollow will host a fundraiser on Sunday, Oct. 10. Called “A show of horsepower,” it will benefit the farm, our new horse rescue facility. There will also be a classic car show with tractors and motorcycles, prizes, and pony rides. Stop by, meet the rescued horses and help the farm continue to do a great job.
‘Wines and Canines 5K Run/Walk,’ a fundraiser for Kent Animal Shelter in Calverton, will be held on Sunday, Oct. 3, at Martha Clara Vineyards from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. There will be wine tasting, food vendors, live music by the Pamela Betti Band, and a chance to micro-chip your pet for $25. For more information or to register visit kentanimalshelter.com/winesandcanines.
Congratulations to Frank and Connie Capone of Manorville on the birth of their daughter, Lily, born on June 30, weighing 7 pounds, 7 ounces. Lily has a big brother, Frankie, 4, and a big sister, Ellie-Anna, 2. Lots of love to you all!
Our family recently attended an 80th birthday party for my uncle Ray Terry of Southold. Boy, does he look great! We all had a wonderful time catching up with each other. All of us wish you many more happy, healthy years, Uncle Ray.
Belated happy birthday to Jeff Bogdan of Manorville, who celebrated on Sept. 23, from your wife, Kathleen, your children, Jeffrey Jr., Jessica and Marissa: “To the best daddy in the world, want to go to Outback tonight?” Hope you had a wonderful day. Congratulations.
A very happy anniversary and much love to my mom and dad, Kay and Paul Troyan, who will celebrate on Saturday, Oct. 2. We all wish you a very sunny, warm and perfect day! On Oct. 5 my mom will celebrate her birthday. More love and best wishes are sent to you from all your family and friends, pets included. Have a great day!
Happy birthday to my mom’s good friend Pat Hackal on Oct. 4. All your family and friends, Buddy included, wish you a perfect day.
Riley Avenue Elementary School will have photo day on Wednesday, Oct. 6.
The next RAPA meeting will be Tuesday, Oct. 5, at 7:15 p.m. Parents are encouraged to attend.
Happy October! May the pumpkin gods bless us with sunny weekends. The last pickings for green beans, cucumbers and tomatoes have begun. Didn’t I just tell you about the first ones? Time sure does fly.
That’s all for this week. I’ve noticed the squirrels gathering all kinds of stuff, but after the prediction I made last year of a mild winter, I think I will hold back for a bit yet. Stay tuned. Have a great week, be safe and I will talk to you next time. Bye.