At our annual picnic in September, as in years past, let us continue to help local families in need by supporting the Ecumenical Lay Council Food Pantry of the First Presbyterian Church of Northport.
The local food pantries need our support this September as families seek assistance to meet their needs. You can help when you attend the R-UTN picnic by making a donation of non-perishable food items, paper or cleaning supplies, cash, Stop & Shop Gift Cards, or checks made out to the Ecumenical Lay Council. Remember, paper goods and personal hygiene supplies cannot be purchased with food stamps.
All donations will be brought to the Northport Presbyterian Ecumenical Lay Council Food Pantry. This organization helps those in need and does not discriminate for any reason. Let’s continue to do our part to prevent local hunger.
Retired Northport High School art teacher, Pamela Waldroup, will exhibit her photography in a solo exhibition, City Perspectives ~ Inside Outside, at fotofoto gallery in Huntington Village from August 28 – Sept 21. She is proud to invite her fellow retirees to join her for the exhibit reception on Saturday, September 7th from 5-7 p.m.
R–UTN member Linda Quinn is exhibiting one of her photographs in the 5th International Phone-ography Competition Exhibition at fotofoto gallery, 14 West Carver Street in Huntington.
• RECEPTION: Saturday, August 3rd from 5-7pm
• Exhibit Dates: July 31 – Aug. 24, 2019
• Juror Sandra Carrion, Photographer, and President of Image Factory Experimental Photography Workshops, selected 3 winners and a total of 30 photographs from 439 submissions.