The R-UTN Picnic is Thursday, September 23 at the Vanderbilt Museum in Centerport.
A few reminders for those of you are coming.
Masks are optional for all vaccinated people but we must follow the CDC guidelines and require all non vaccinated guests wear masks except when eating.
Please bring a can or box of food (something non perishable) for the Food Pantry. There will be a box as you enter the tent for donations.
As you are leaving please empty any unfinished open soda or drink cans and put them in the recycle box. The staff appreciates the help.
The Vanderbilt is providing a wheelchair for trips to the bathrooms and there is a tram to take you from the parking lot to the tent.
We are looking forward to seeing everyone again!
Dot Koski’s, retired secretary to the Northport High School principal, passed away last summer. Before working at the High School was was Paul Fazio’s secretary at Middleville Junior High School.
Dot’s daughter, Susan Koski Caggiano, is holding a memorial service for her mother on October 2.
She will also be remembering Dot’s son and her brother, Bill Koski died last October. The family invites everyone who knew Dot, Bill or Susan to the service — and it would be greatly appreciated.
Details are :
St. Paul’s Lutheran Church
East Northport, NY
1:00 PM on October 2, 2021
Evelyn Herman, retired Northport High School social studies teacher, died on August 23 at the age of 96. She was predeceased by her husband, Robert, and is survived by her daughter Andrea, son Jeff, five grandchildren and four great-grandchildren – with two more on the way.
While teaching at Northport Evelyn was involved in the Model United Nations program and chaperoned several student trips to the Soviet Union with Russian language teacher Serge Nepo. Evelyn had a passion for travel, and traveled extensively in her retirement years. She was active until her last days, insisting on playing scrabble with a caretaker on the night before she passed away.
At the time of her death Evelyn was living in an assisted living home in Roslyn, and although she was fully vaccinated and received all the latest treatments, she died of Covid 19. Her family asked that we remind everyone, especially senior citizens, to be extra vigilant in taking precautions against this potentially deadly disease.
Eve Terry Palevicz, retired Northport Junior High School home economics teacher, died suddenly of a heart attack Monday September 6th. 2021. In later years she lived in Rockin, California and is survived by her brother Michael Paley, sister-in-law Katrina and a niece and nephew.
Eve was very involved with theater, and at Northport High School taught Theatreworks and Troupe students about costumes, props and set design. She was involved with over sixty productions, including Powdered Wig productions of My Fair Lady, Brigadoon and Mame to name a few. She worked with then students Edie Falco and David Troupe.
Eve dedicated her life to sharing her strength and sobriety for over 20 years.
Her family held a small chapel service in Rocklin, and there will be a memorial for her in November.