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    Brinkmann Hardware Donates Full Cost to Fix & Replace Bayport Welcome Signs

    The Welcome to Bayport signs, crafted by the Great South Bay Sign Company of Bayport, provided a warm welcome to residents and visitors of the quaint South Shore community until they were unfortunately destroyed in acts of vandalism in 2016. Read More »

    Boy Scouts of America Receive John C. Dunphy Foundation Donation

    Frank Grasso, Trustee and Karlyn Grasso, Public Relations Director of the John C. Dunphy Private Foundation proudly presented a donation of $25,000.00 to Read More »

    Letter to the Community

    Sayville Class fo 2017 President writes an open letter about Fundraiser in honor of local hero Capt. Merrill H. Masin Read More »

    Project Kids Giving spring

    Submitted by Briana Taylor

    Stony Brook Students led by Jean-Doris Muhuza and the Student African American Brotherhood, put together a makeshift homeless village in the Student Activities Center at Stony Brook. Read More »

    Save Those Cards

    Keep Islip Clean’s annual Card Recycling Drive promises to be a record breaker, with cards already pouring into the KIC office just days after the official start to the project. Read More »

    Sayville Residents Donate to Stony Brook Hospital Cancer Innovation Fund

    Sayville residents, Frank Grasso, Henry Fiorillo (Trustees) and Karlyn Grasso (Karlyn, the Public Relations Director of The John C. Dunphy Private Foundation) recently presented a catalytic investment check to Dr. Yusuf Hunnun (and team) for the benefit of the Stony Brook Hospital Cancer Innovation Fund in the amount of $500,000.00. Read More »

    Sayville Students Collect Pajamas for HELP SUFFOLK

    by Linda Mittiga, Sayville Schools Public Relations

    The Third Annual  Pajama Program Drive convened a  “pajama party” of approximately  twenty-five Sayville students  to the Sayville Congregational Church for a special purpose—to prepare gifts of pajamas and books for those less fortunate. Read More »

    Sayville Community Volunteers Prepare to FEED LONG ISLAND for the Holidays

    by Linda Mittiga, Sayville Schools Public Relations

    Often, pictures are worth a thousand words, and in this case, the more pictures the merrier the story. Read More »

    Suffolk Federal Supports Having Friends Inn

    In an effort to support the charitable work of local organizations that serve the areas of Suffolk Federal branch locations, the credit union has identified nonprofits to provide financial support. Read More »

    HappyPeriod Movement at St. John’s Lutheran Church

    by Pamela Fitzpatrick

    #HappyPeriod is a social movement that gathers and distributes feminine products to homeless women and girls across the country. Read More »

    Shopping Cart Elves Collecting Food at Annual Holiday Parade

    Hunger is very real here in the Sayville area.  The number of local residents experiencing difficulty affording food over the last year has steadily increased. Read More »

    Still Filling Empty Bowls for Ten Years

    by Linda Mittiga, Sayville Schools Public Relations

    The Empty Bowls fundraiser, as part of National Hunger Awareness Month (October), has enjoyed a ten-year tradition in Sayville Schools. Read More »

    Kay Cameron Jewelers Nominates Matthew’s Giving Tree for Grant From Jewelers For Children

    Kay Cameron Jewelers of Sayville announced it has nominated Matthew’s Giving Tree for the Jewelers for Children (JFC) Local Grant Program. Read More »

    Shelter Link Sponsors Chinese Auction Fund Raiser

    by Pamela Fitzpatrick

    Shelter Link is sponsoring a Chinese Auction Raffle fundraiser on Sunday, October 16th. Read More »

    American Legion Announces Fundraising Event For Sayville Family

    The American Legion will be hosting the 1st Annual Dan Lumley Day fundraiser for the Sayville resident and his family on Sunday, October 23rd at the Smith-Wever American Legion Hall on Foster Avenue. Read More »