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Community News - "The incidence of tick-borne illnesses continues to grow on the East End of Long Island, and we must do everything we can to stem that growth because of the devastating effect of the diseases on public health," reflected Legislator Fleming.
Community News - "Learning about the multitudes of indigenous communities is an important part of empowerment, unity, and education," Autumn Rose Miskweminanocsqua Williams reflected. I learned from each contestant and we all encouraged each other to do and be our best!
Community News - Southampton Fest, the modern autumn Hamptons-based harvest that was previously known as Southampton September Fest, is returning a few weeks later than normal, but with just as much fun.
Community News - "Our patrons are even going out and getting support from local businesses such as Barth's Pharmacy and they are stepping up to donate personal care goods as well," noted Selina Pasca.
"This is a very special way to celebrate our children, our grandparents and special friends." Community News - "We're proud of our doctors and staff at Wainscott Walk-In Medical Care, and we're grateful to the Wainscott CAC for recognizing their dedication to the community," said Fred Weinbaum, MD, CMO, COO.Community News - "The American Cancer Society's Making Strides Against Breast Cancer walks on Long Island is a way to celebrate cancer survivors, pay tribute to loved ones lost, and give to help save lives from breast cancer," said Patti Lestrange Mack, Communications Director of American Cancer Society.