We wanted to let everyone know about some upcoming events that are both educational and pertinent in today’s society AND a chance to have a fun day supporting worthy causes.
- The LI chapter of New York State Alliance for Retired Americans – NYAARA – is hosting a Environmental Justice Conference on Friday April 22, 2022 at 10:30am. This event is being conducted both in-person at the NYSUT Regional Office in Hauppauge or via ZOOM. For additional information or to register for in person or Zoom visit nysut.cc/nejc422.
- Also on the environmental issues, the Long Island Federation of Labor is running a series of workshops. The next presentation in the series is next Thursday, April 21, 2022 from 6:00 PM – 8:00 p.m. at Brickhouse Brewery (67 W Main St, Patchogue, NY 11772) titled “What’s Brewin Offshore?” This event combines happy hour with an educational forum to learn more about the emerging offshore wind industry. Grab a beer on them, some food, and be prepared to play some offshore wind trivia. The first beer is free, but registration is required. Click Here to Register.
Vickie Marini, long time Northport – East Northport substitute teacher, passed away on April 2.
Visitation at Moloney’s Hauppauge Funeral Home, 840 Wheeler Rd., Hauppauge, on Sunday, April 10 from 2:00 p.m. – 4:00 p.m. and 7:00 p.m. – 9:00 p.m. A funeral mass will be said at 9:45 a.m. on Monday, April 11, St. Thomas More RC Church, 115 Kings Hwy, Hauppague followed by burial in Pinelawn Memorial Park.
The Book Revue in Huntington village went out of business earlier this Fall. The iconic bookstore was an institution in Huntington Village for 44 years, and in a farewell letter to the community, co-owner Richard Klein wrote:
Book Revue has always been more than just a place to buy a book. It has always been a place to meet people, to socialize, to hang out, to spend time. That’s what my brother Bob and I intended from the beginning, in 1977. We didn’t have any ideas about the signings and events for which we became widely recognized. That came later.
Former Book Revue employee Mallory Braun is attempting to raise enough capital to open a new book store in Huntington called The Next Chapter. She asks for help in spreading the word about this project. She is sure that many of our members have a special place in their hearts for independent bookstores and wish her success.
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