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4 Things Our Readers Want You To Know

Announcements posted on Patch during the week of Feb. 18.

Riverhead Patch is not just about news, it is also a community hub where readers can share information, including events, yard sales, fundraisers, and other announcements, such as call outs for volunteers, congratulatory notes on births and marriages, and information on lost and adoptable pets.

The following is a round-up of announcements that were posted by readers during the week of Feb. 18. And if you want to post an announcement, feel free to click here to let everyone know what's happening.

1. Stirring Up Job-Readiness and Communication Skills in Food Prep

Fran Knoedl wrote that on Feb. 7, the Eastern Suffolk BOCES Food Preparation/Services class welcomed Executive Chef Sean Fountaine, from the Long Island Aquarium and Exhibition Center and Hyatt Place East End Hotel, as guest speaker and presenter. 

2. Survey of Your Opinion Toward Trees Following Hurricane Sandy

Alexis Alvey posted that Cornell, Rutgers, and CSU have put together a short survey to understand residents’ attitudes toward trees following Hurricane Sandy.

3. GNYADA First Place State Winners

Fran Knoedl wrote that Casey D. Cotrone and Ryan J. LaFata, students from the Eastport-South Manor CSD enrolled in the Eastern Suffolk BOCES Auto Technology program at the H.B. Ward Career and Technical Center (WCTC) in Riverhead, won First Place at the Greater New York Automobile Dealers Association Regional and State Competition.

4. From Our Hearts to Yours

TheFreshAirFund is looking for families on the East End to participate in its summer 2013 fresh air program.

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mike edelson February 24, 2013 at 05:01 PM
Sean Walters has stuck it to the town again. He turned over the Animal Shelter to his cronies for more $$ than it cost the town to run.

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