Community News - "I am so proud to be a part of such a fine organization that helps make the holidays special for children who are less fortunate," stated Assemblyman Fred Thiele.
"If everyone does their part, we can make this holiday season a magical one for children." School News - "As a high school student I thought it would be beneficial to work in the elementary school because we can show younger kids that you don't have to be an adult to make changes in the community," reflected Cayla Kuey.
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Please donate and help our Retreat families enjoy this special time of the year," says Loretta Davis, Executive Director of The Retreat.
Community News - "With more transportation options in Suffolk County than ever before, there is no excuse to get behind the wheel after a night of drinking," Suffolk County Executive Steven Bellone noted.
Community News - "Montauk is the perfect location for our 2nd annual Survivor Series because it's such a close-knit community that has always had a lot of passion for supporting the troops," noted Everett Weston.
Community News - "Depression is the Number One cause of disability worldwide.
Community News - "Fall is a gorgeous time out east and we're thrilled to invite the community to join us for our 'Fall in Love' festival in Westhampton which will include fall activities, food, giveaways, fun for the whole family, and of course, adorable animals to fall in love with," said Amy Brostoff.
Sixty-Something - Being sixty-something years old means I have met a lot of interesting folks, many right out here on the East End.
Community News - "This year's San Gennaro Feast of the Hamptons will feature Sal Valentinetti on Saturday night, over 100 food and artisian vendors, entertainment every hour both day, pay one price Carnival both days," noted Rick Martel.
Community News - "Kids just love big trucks," Steve Long noted.
Community News - "Hampton Racquet is proud to support Project MOST and the incredible work that they do.
We believe in the children of East Hampton and want to help to sustain programs that allow them to grow as individuals and find their way into adulthood" said John Graham.
Community News - "We are grateful for each and every donation," April Gornik explained.