Archive for November, 2016

Winter Fest 2016

Discover Church presents – Winter Fest 2016 Friday, December 9th,

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Wanted For Fort Salonga Robbery

Release Date:  November 29, 2016 – Suffolk County Crime Stoppers and Suffolk County Police Fourth Squad detectives are seeking the public’s help to identify and locate the man who robbed a Fort Salonga resident this month. A 73-year-old man was in his driveway on Woodmere Drive

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Roadmap To Revitalization

Roadmap to revitalization By: David Winzelberg November 28, 2016, Long Island Business News After a year of meetings and soliciting neighborhood input, a coalition of residents, civic leaders and business owners have helped author a plan to revitalize Kings Park’s downtown.

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Kings Park Annual Christmas Tree Lighting

The Kings Park Chamber of Commerce will hold its annual Tree Lighting Ceremony on Saturday, December 3rd, at 4:30 PM in Veterans Plaza. You can bet that the big man, Santa Claus, will arrive with candy canes for all!

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KP Artists’ Corner

KP Artists’ Corner Poem and photo by Linda Allocco Eternal Hope Gazing out from the stillness, the blackness of nighttime, The frightening screams of silence, echo amid the unforgiving wind, Fog, fear, frozen in time, in place. The past, aimless footprints on a crumbling, crooked path, Paved with broken pieces of a child’s dream, A [...]

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Tender Years Treasury

Tender Years Treasury – December 3rd This is a unique, fun “solo shopping experience” for children K-5. Parents wait in the Upscale Boutique area while Town of Recreation staff and Youth Bureau High School

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KPHS Senior Varsity Football Players To Represent KP

Congratulations to five varsity senior football players for being chosen to participate in the the Suffolk County All-Star football game on Wednesday evening at Sachem North HS. Great job and good luck Matthew Cebulski

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Kings Park H.S. Student Completes Eagle Scout Project

Richard Mangogna started in Scouts in first grade as a Cub Scout where he earned his Arrow of Light.  He knew right from the start he was going to be an Eagle it was just when was the question.  Richard is the youngest Eagle Scout in

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Keep Our Feathered Friends Safe This Winter

Just a reminder with the cold weather approaching, although we think we are helping, it’s harmful to feed any birds bread. There are inexpensive alternatives at pet stores, or even in local supermarkets. Let’s help keep our feathered friends safe this winter.

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