Archive for April, 2013

Persistence Pays Off

Mercuri Photos It took local photographer, Frank Mercuri, a number of years to get the shot – but as always, persistence pays off.

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Volunteers Needed

The Nissequogue River State Park Foundation is organizing a clean up on May 4th at the park as part of the NYS Parks “I Love My Park Day” event. The organization  needs a few volunteers to help.

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Screen-Free Week And Why It Matters

Senator Flanagan recently presented a New York State Legislative Resolution proclaiming April 29 – May 5 “Screen-Free Week” in New York State. The resolution contains

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Academic All Stars Advance To Round 4

Congratulations to the Kings Park Quiz Bowl team for winning round 3 of MSG Varsity’s The Challenge, topping Riverhead with a score of 330 to 230 in the regional quarterfinals

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Local Job Opportunity – Heavy Equipment Operator

The Town of Smithtown has one (1) opening within the MSF for the position of Heavy Equipment Operator.  Work week for this position is Tuesday – Saturday. Job Duties

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Come Learn About Scouting

Cub Scout Pack 379 invites boys, kindergarten through 4th grade, to the Fort Salonga Elementary School cafeteria on Friday, May 3rd at 7:30 PM, to learn all about the wonderful benefits of scouting.

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KP’s Academic Quiz Bowl Team Shines In DC

This past weekend, Kings Park Academic Quiz Bowl Team members Joseph Gargiulo, Michael Adams, Eliza Swieczkowski, Zak Marcone, and Julian Ubriaco enjoyed a mentally invigorating stay at the Crystal Gate

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Library Notebook – May Events

May’s Library Newsletter – Something For Everyone Children ages 3 to 5 can enjoy an I Love Mom Storytime and Craft on May 7th, from 2 PM to 2:30 PM at the Kings Park branch. The children will celebrate Mother’s Day by listening

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A Look Ahead: Happenings This Week

Here’s a quick rundown of events happening in town this week – and remember to check out the Notebook’s calendar regularly to see everything that’s going on in the neighborhood.

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