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Making Masks Earns Boy Scouts Commemorative Badge

Members of Boy Scout Troop 123 assisted Hempstead Town Supervisor Donald Clavin and Town Councilman Christopher Carini in creating masks for front line workers during the Covid-19 pandemic. Th e Boy and Girl Scouts of America were supplied materials by the
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Election Day – Tuesday Nov. 3 from 6am to 9pm

On General Election Day, November 3, vote at your designated polling place. Polling locations will be open from 6am to 9pm. Did you vote early and now have voter’s remorse? According to the state Board of Elections, a voter can change
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Kennedy Drama Club performs theater in the courtyard

The courtyard at John F. Kennedy High School served as the stage, set and scene of the Drama Club’s evening performances of Shakespeare Revued this week. “Like a lot of people in the world, we had to learn to adapt,” explained
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Flags Flying Proudly!

Organized Facebook groups have been raising donations and beautifying the community with American flags. It all began with Eric Uss who started the facebook group Flags Fly High in Seaford. With the help of Seaford resident Michael Hampton they installed over
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Bellmore Historic Movie Theatre Celebrates Reopening

The oldest movie theatre on Long Island is now open with restrictions. The Bellmore Movies And Showplace on Petitt Avenue in Bellmore is now open after being closed due to the Covid-19 mandatory theatre closings. At a press conference and celebratory
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