Rotary’s breakfast spread offers all-you-can-eat pancakes (chocolate chip, blueberry and plain), classic sausage, bacon, scrambled eggs, potatoes, French toast, bagels, fresh fruit, coffee, teas and juice.
The giant tent sale takes place from 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. now through Mother's Day, offers great prices on potted plants, flats, shrubs, trees and more while raising funds for Peconic Bay Medical Center, Riverhead Rotary Charities and Operation International.
After nearly a quarter-century of performing surgeries on those in need around the world, Dr. Rajesh Patel shows no signs of slowing down and neither does the philanthropic organization responsible for the medical missions he has helped lead since 1999.
The East End Garden Festival wraps up today at Tanger Outlets and there are still plenty of plants available before the sale ends this afternoon.
Eight people have one more thing to be grateful for this Thanksgiving: the gift of hearing.
Rotary's gift to the hospital contributes to PBMC's latest expansion effort: the construction of a $60 million critical care facility that will house a new heart care center.
Riverhead physician Rajesh Patel has been traveling to poverty-stricken areas of the world to provide surgical services to people in need for 20 years. His organization will benefit from the 22nd Annual East End Garden Festival, sponsored by Riverhead Rotary May 11-14.
The Riverhead community turned out for a big Italian meal at Polish Hall yesterday, served up by Riverhead Rotary at the club's annual Herb Dresher Memorial Spaghetti Lunch and Dinner.
Rotary Club members from across eastern Suffolk packed 12,200 meals Saturday at Timothy Hill Children's Ranch in Riverhead to be distributed to local food pantries on the East End.
A few hundred hungry people turned out for Riverhead Rotary's annual pancake breakfast today at Polish Hall.
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