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🌱 Sorrento by Sorrentino’s Hold Turkey Giveaway + Greenlawn Veterans Day Ceremony

Hello, neighbors! It’s Saturday in Huntington and I’m back in your inbox with everything printable about what’s happening in the community. I hope you all have a great day. Today you will read about…

  • The transformer fire was reported in Commack Friday afternoon.
  • The Veterans Day ceremony will be held in Greenlawn on Friday, November 11th.
  • Residents gathered Thursday night to support a fundraiser for the Sorrentino family’s Thanksgiving turkey giveaway.

But first, today’s weather:

very lonely High: 59 low: 44.

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Here are today’s top three stories in Huntington:

  • Huntington Union Free School District: Huntington The sports marketing class visited Madison Square Garden on Thursday. Students got a behind-the-scenes look at the iconic stage and how marketing works for MSG. (Huntington Union Free School District via Facebook)
  • South Huntington Public Library: Teens they decorated pumpkins earlier this month in the YA department’s Paint a Pumpkin program. Check out the fantastic work they’ve done at the link. (South Huntington Public Library via Facebook)
  • Helping Hand Rescue Mission: Helping Hand is now halfway to their goal of 1500 to fill a box. Now you can help by clicking on the link and grabbing a box to fill out. (Hand Rescue Mission via Facebook)
  • City of Huntington: There will be Road closures Monday for the Hauntington Village Center Halloween Costume Parade from 4:00 p.m. Use detours to avoid traffic delays. (City of Huntington via Facebook)
  • Huntington Public Library: it’s monday sign up day for the Winter Gingerbread House challenge. You can register online, in person or by phone. (Huntington Public Library via Facebook)

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  • Special Needs Halloween Party (October 29)
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  • Bhagavad Gita lecture series October 27 – 30 (October 30)
  • Celebration of the Day of the Dead November 1 and 2! 2 for March 1 from 12 pm to 4 pm* (November 1)
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