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Woman’s Club of Riverhead to hold annual scholarship luncheon

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Proceeds from the Woman's Club of Riverhead's annual scholarship luncheon go toward funding five $1000 scholarships for local graduates.

‘May Furry Valentine’ to benefit NFAWL, May 11

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Gandhi once said a nation could be judged by how it treats its animals — by that measure the North Fork Animal Welfare League must be admired for its commitment to its furry friends.

Young citizens doing good: New youth-driven service club has lots of big ideas

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When recreation department community relations specialist Liz Flood first organized the group, she said expected the kids to want to plan more traditional “fun” events. But the students surprised her by wanting to jump right into community service.

Kiwanis Club honors local volunteers at ‘Breakfast of Stars’

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About 100 people gathered at The Birchwood to honor volunteers feted by the Riverhead Kiwanis Club at its annual Breakfast of the Stars Saturday.

PAL to hold annual bike rodeo, May 6

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Show off your bike riding safety skills at the PAL bike rodeo and you could win a bike - if you are the top rider in your age group.

World War I exhibit to open at Suffolk County Historical Society

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It's the centennial anniversary of the United States' entry into World War I. SCHS commemorates it with a new exhibit.

PAL football and cheerleading registration opens May 2

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Registration opens for Riverhead PAL football players and cheerleaders on May 2.

Photos: Young ‘butterflies’ spread their wings at annual Butterfly Ball

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Young butterflies learned to spread their wings Saturday at Riverhead's Senior and Human Resource Center during the Butterfly Ball, an annual bash hosted by...

Batter up! Riverhead Little League celebrates opening of 2017 season

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Cloudy skies couldn't dampen the spirits of the Riverhead Little League's 350 players as they rounded the bases at the 2017 opening ceremony in Stotzky Memorial Park Saturday morning.

Local auto tech students win national competition

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H.B. Ward Technical Center seniors John Deluca (Shoreham-Wading River High School) and Evan Wagner (Eastport-South Manor High School) finished in first place at the 2017 National Automotive Technology Competition. ,