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Snap benefits seminar to be held Jan. 18

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A SNAP benefits seminar will be offered Friday, Jan. 18, from 10 to 11 a.m. at Riverhead Free Library.

Riverhead schools to host ‘Educating the Whole Child, Inside and Out’ workshop

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Riverhead Central School District will host “Educating the Whole Child, Inside and Out,” part of its Parent University workshop series, Wednesday, Jan. 9, at 6:30 p.m. at Riverhead High School.

Blue Waves Baseball Booster Club offers winter clinic

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There are still available spots in the winter baseball clinics being offered by the Riverhead Blue Waves Baseball Booster Club.

American Cancer Society seeks Daffodil Days volunteers

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Help the American Cancer Society spread hope across Long Island — volunteer as a Daffodil Days coordinator and raise the spirits of cancer patients one bright yellow bunch at a time.

Chamber to host after-hours networking event

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Learn how belonging to the Riverhead Chamber of Commerce can work for you at this after-hours meeting open to the public.

Free program: legal issues for caregivers of people with dementia

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The Riverhead Free Library will offer a program to guide dementia patient caregivers to understand legal and financial issues the family may face.

Peconic Bay Power Squadron offers two safety seminars in February

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Boaters concerned with safe, lawful operation of their watercraft should be aware that the Peconic Bay Power Squadron will offer two courses in boating safely next month.

Flanders blood drive set for Jan. 5

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Donating blood is fast, safe and easy. According to the American Red Cross, a pint of blood can save three lives.

Long Island Cares mobile food pantry will distribute free groceries in Riverhead, Jan. 3

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Long Island Cares will bring its mobile food pantry to the Riverhead Free Library to distribute free three-day supplies of food to local families in need.

Missing in America to honor U.S. Army veteran Machin Martinez Thursday

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Veterans serve their country and are eligible for burial in a national cemetery will military honors — but some haven't gotten that recognition. The American Legion and the Missing in America Project are determined to find, identify and bury the unclaimed remains of veterans.
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