09/02/2010 12:00 AM |

Summer may be over but the fun isn’t. The Southampton Youth Bureau is registering teens for Act TWO’s 2010 fall session. Act TWO is a drama group that performs, writes screenplays and uses improvisation about issues teens face every day. Participants will see a Broadway performance in New York City. Open to any Southampton Town resident in grades 8-12, the group meets every Thursday, 6-7:30 p.m., at the Hampton Bays Community Center. For more information or to register call the Youth Bureau at 702-2421 or log on to southamptontownny.gov/youthbureau .

A friendly reminder: Responses/payments are due for Riverhead High School’s Class of 1985 25th reunion. Mail checks/money orders payable to: RHS Class of ’85 Reunion, P.O. Box 2010, Riverhead, NY 11901. If you know of anyone who didn’t receive an invitation via Facebook.com, Classmates.com or regular mail, please pass on the information. Committee contacts are: Lisa James, [email protected]; Gina Marascia Hubbard, [email protected]; Lisa Bilski, [email protected]; Theresa Jarzombek-Foley, [email protected]

Mark your calendar for Sept. 19 at 9 a.m., when a fundraiser/walk for polycystic kidney disease will be held at the Brookhaven Ecology Site, Park and Animal Preserve in Holtsville. Troop TJ from Flanders will be walking. If you’d like to make a donation or find out more about this devastating disease, visit pkdcure.org or e-mail [email protected]

Wedding bells will be ringing for Christie Wanat and her fiancà , Greg Harris. Christie’s dad, John Wanat of Flanders, and his wife, Tracy, and stepbrother, Chase, are all over the moon with the news! Greg, being the gentleman that he is, even asked Christie’s father for permission to propose to his daughter. Congratulations!

A belated happy birthday to Shelley Robinson on Aug. 26, with love from your hubby, Melvin, Shakyra, Mom, Dad, Lorraine and family.

A belated happy anniversary to Tom and Betty Langhorne, who celebrated on Aug. 28, with love from Shelley and Melvin, Lorraine and Bobby, Shakyra and Quadrae and the rest of your friends and family.

Abelated happy birthday Aug. 28 and get-well wishes to Jean Belson of Flanders. Jean underwent knee surgery on Aug. 26. Your husband, Frank, and your children Jean, Frank and Becky, wish you the best!

Happy birthday to Kianna Trent of Flanders, who celebrated her 18th on Aug. 29. Mom Allison Bland, grandmother Martha Mayo, sister Imani and brother Kebon, hope you had a great day and wish you all the best in college! Best wishes also to Robert LeRoy Lucas, who celebrated his 50th, on Aug. 31. “Mr. Luke,” has worked for Riverhead Central School District for 30 years, for which he will be recognized Sept. 1. He’s now the custodian at Phillips Avenue School. His wife, Denise, threw a crazy surprise party for him at the Elks last Saturday. I will tell you all about it next week.

Labor Day is Monday, Sept. 6. The Times/Review office will be closed, which means I have to get my column in for the Sept. 9 issue by Friday, Sept. 3. If you have any news to share please get it to me by tonight, Thursday, Sept. 2.

School starts this Tuesday. I love my kids but, boy, do I really need school to start. My kids are older now and stay up later than I do, which makes me cranky because I’m up telling them to go to bed several times a night. I thought once they were older I’d get more sleep, but that’s not happening.

Have a wonderful weekend, enjoy the last blast of summer, and please remember to drive safely and sober. I love y’all and don’t want to lose any of you.