Due to the current crisis our Annual Spring Luncheon has been postponed. The Spring Newsletter will not be available in print format, but will soon be available on our website. Check the website often!
New information will be posted on the website as it becomes available. To help us keep members informed please send news items, helpful hints and other information to us for sharing. Send news items to Fran LaDuca.
As a service to our member we will be posting information related to Coronavirus several times a week.
Now is a good time to call old friends to catch up and remind everyone they are not alone. Stay well and keep safe. The R-UTN Executive Board.
Ron Blazer, Superintendent of the Northport – East Northport UFSD, announced that because of ongoing environmental concerns, Northport Middle School will close for the remainder of the school year. Plans are in the works to relocated eight grade students to Northport High School, seventh grade students to East Northport Middle School, and the sixth grade classes will be split between Norwood Avenue and Bellerose Avenue Schools. Read the letter sent by Superintendent Blazer to the Northport Middle School community.
Our Annual Picnic is scheduled for Tuesday, September 10th at the Vanderbilt Museum in Centerport.
The R-UTN will be collecting donations for the Ecumenical Lay Council Food Pantry of the First Presbyterian Church of Northport. Please bring donations of non-perishable food, 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.
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.