Old Steeple Community Church is currently collecting canned soup to donate to the Long Island Council of Churches’ food pantry. The drive is called “Souper Bowl” — a timely name, especially for sports fans. The collection will end Feb. 12. For more details and directions to drop-off donations, call the church at 631-722-3070.
Congratulations to the Shoreham-Wading River high school band and orchestra musicians who have attained All State status: J. Desideria, A. Meli, R. Radonavitch and J. Searing. May this achievement bring you success and help to take you far in your post-high school career. Congratulations also to all the music teachers who taught them.
Happy February. I’m personally ready for spring to begin as there hasn’t been near enough snow to satisfy me. I’m quite ready to be warm and watch the crocuses pop out of the ground, which has already been happening in some of the warmer yards around town.
Great news! Kent Animal Shelter has received a $15,000 grant from Pet Peeves to provide medical assistance to rescued dogs and (more…)
St. David’s School starts 2017 with 103 children and 22 staff members, and a great enthusiasm for the year. While director Eric Hazer is no longer with St. David’s, Louise Markert and Mother Mary Garde will continue operations and enjoy the challenges of the new year.
Riverhead Free Library will host a meet and greet Sunday, Jan. 29, from 2 to 4 p.m. Come meet new library director Kerrie McMullen-Smith, new library manager Jim Provencher and the new department heads. While at the library, venture into the (more…)
Hello! I hope everyone stayed safe in the recent storms and is now enjoying a little warmer weather. I don’t think it will last long. I have a feeling Old Man Winter still has some snow and cold weather for us.
I would like to wish a very happy birthday to Jill Konkel from Jimmy, Erin, Taylor, Johnny, Ashley, Jaelynn and all of her other (more…)
Happy New Year to all of you! I hope your holidays were merry and bright. Ours were really fun, with most of the kids home. We ate lots of food and drank lots of wine. Now it’s time to get back to work with exercise and healthy eating so we can reach those 2017 goals before next December!
Living Water Church in Aquebogue started offering a course last week on budgeting and finances called “Financial Peace University,” (more…)
Happy 2017 to each and every one of you. We can only hope and pray that this year finds lots of good stuff in our lives. I wish us all the very best of luck.
My family had a wonderful start to the new year. My daughter, Jamie, and her boyfriend, Dan, recently got engaged. They (more…)
Dear readers, it’s nice to be back speaking to you and about you again. I hope you enjoyed the holiday season and made some grand promises that you’ll be steadfast to achieve in the new year. Happy 2017, everyone!
The North Country Road Warriors once again kicked off the new year with their 3rd annual New Year’s Resolution Run/Walk. (more…)