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New Second Class Scout for Sayville’s Boy Scout Troop 184

Sayville Boy Scout Troop 184′s newest second Class Scout is Dylan Post who recently passed his Second Class Rank boards. A token of his promotion is his right to wear the colorful official troop neckerchief. Click for more   Article courtesy of thesayvillenews.com http://www.thesayvillenews.com/2015/05/22/new-second-class-scout-for-sayvilles-boy-scout-troop-184/

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Kay Cameron Jewelers celebrates Red Nose Day

According to rednoseday.org, “Red Nose Day is a campaign dedicated to raising money for children and young people living in poverty by simply having fun and making people laugh.” Click for more   Article courtesy of thesayvillnews.com http://www.thesayvillenews.com/2015/05/26/kay-cameron-jewelers-celebrates-red-nose-day/

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Tough Ending Season for Sayville Varsity Girls Lacrosse Team

On May 20 at the Greeley Avenue Girls Lacrosse field, the Sayville varsity girls lacrosse team hosted Eastport/South Manor in a second round playoff matchup to decide who goes to the Suffolk finals. Click for more   Article courtesy of thesayvillnews.com http://www.thesayvillenews.com/2015/05/27/tough-ending-sayville-varsity-girls-lacrosse-season/

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New Scout for Sayville’s Boy Scout Troop 184

Boy Scout Aiden Montabine has started his seven years as a Scout in Sayville’s Boy Scout Troop 184 where he will experience many days and nights with his fellow scouts as they attend troop meetings, hikes, campouts, and special weekends away from Sayville. Click for more   Article courtesy of thesayvillenews.com http://www.thesayvillenews.com/2015/05/27/new-scout-in-sayvilles-boy-scout-troop-184/

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Garbarino Praises Bipartisan School Reform Efforts

Assemblyman Andrew Garbarino (R,C,I-Sayville) was encouraged by the Assembly Majority’s decision to finally bring to a vote education reforms he and his Assembly Republican colleagues have been advocating. Garbarino voted to amend many of the controversial school reforms pushed by Gov. Andrew Cuomo. A similar bill was released by Senate Majority Leader John Flanagan. Click for […]

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Movie Review: Poltergeist

If you were, for whatever reason, tempted to show a child his or her first horror movie, the best bet I can give you is the Steven Spielberg written, produced and maybe directed movie Poltergeist from 1982. It is a family movie in many ways, and while definitely chilling, there is no nudity or violence. In […]

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The Audience at the Gerald Schoenfeld Theatre

Hopefully most of us enjoy going to the movies, it is an American pass time.  We do have network, cable and Netflix to fill our necessary down time. Our time can be filled, our energy restored via the afore mentioned vehicles.  The bottom line is the movies are a form of entertainment.  If you choose to […]

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Post Parade Service Honors Veterans

On Monday, May 25 at 10 a.m., the American Legion Post 651 and Sayville VFW Post 433 held a service after the annual Sayville Memorial Day Parade in Sparrow Park. Attendants commemorated veterans and fallen soldiers by taking a moment to observe the men and women’s sacrifice in this ceremony. Joan Furey, a member of Sayville’s VFW […]

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Celebrating 30 Years of Building Community!

On June 4th 2015, Mercy Haven, Inc. will host their 16th Annual Golf Outing in an effort to raise critical funds for the agency which provides housing and support services to those who are homeless or living with mental illness. Empire National Bank Vice President and Branch Manager Dorothy Overton, who serves as Board Chair […]

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Garbarino: State Education Needs A Plan

Assemblyman Andrew Garbarino (R, C, I-Sayville) weighed in on Tuesday’s unanimous vote by the Board of Regents to appoint former  Hillsborough County, Florida Superintendent MaryEllen Elia as the new State Commissioner of Education. Elia, a Western New York native, was elected to the position following a series of meetings shrouded in secrecy by the Board of […]

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