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Community news from Asharoken to West Hills and every place in between.

Huntington temple plans service
for woman killed at Yale

A Huntington temple has planned a  memorial service between the upcoming Jewish high holidays for Annie Le, the  victim in the Yale killing. Her fiance's attends the temple and Le was to be married there the day her body was found.  For the details, click here. And for more on the investigation, click here....

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Things to do in town this weekend

There's a horse show at the Thomas School in Melville Sunday.

SATURDAY

Cold Spring Harbor

Guided Kayak Tour. Beginners and nonmembers welcome, no experience necessary, reservations required presented by Long Island Kayak Club, 11 a.m.-2 p.m., Cold Spring Harbor State Park, Route 25A, across from the harbor, $60, longislandkayakclub.com, 631-691-2396....

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Huntington Camera Club programs

This photo by Carol DiRenzo was judged the best of all of the club’s images in their 2008-2009 season.

The Huntington Camera Club meets every Tuesday from September through June from 7:30 to 9:30 p.m. at the Huntington Public Library. The meetings are free and everyone is welcome. This coming Tuesday is an executive board meeting at which board members will discuss...

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Send us a story – even a photo or two – about events and activities going on in your community for us to post here on Huntington Local. If your organization or someone on your block is doing something worth noting, we want to help you share that information with folks in town. It's best to send it as an e-mail. Please include your name and a phone number where we can reach you...

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'Motown Revue' at Cinema Arts

The Temptations, formed  in 1961 in Detroit, Michigan.

The Cinema Arts Center presents “Motown Revue” on Tuesday at 7:30 p.m., featuring rare 1960s footage and a special tribute to Michael Jackson with the Jackson Five, Marvin Gaye, Stevie Wonder and more. Freeport Archivist Bill Shelley will be the guest speaker. As a filmmaker, Shelley has been...

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Recent deaths in the community

CISSIK - (Davitz) Zelda "Zel", on September 11, 2009, of Huntington Station, NY. Loving and devoted wife to Joseph (Jay) Cissik. Beloved mother of Kim and Scott (Victoria). Proud Nana of Tyler and Jordan. She is also survived by her loving mother Bernetta Haug of St. Genevieve, MO, her cherished brothers Wallace (Kit) of Santa Rosa, CA., and Kermith (Virginia) of St. Genevieve,...

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'Collage' at Greenlawn gallery

Ripe Art Gallery is pleased to present “Collage” a collection of unique collages by Northport native and performance artist Louise Millmann. Millmann begins her process with self portrait photographs that are scanned and digitally incorporated into mass-produced media gifted from other artists or found at flea markets and print shops. The original self-portrait raw prints were...

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Blood drive in Huntington Station

Assemb. Jim Conte (R,I,C,WF-Huntington Station) is hosting a blood drive in conjunction with New York Blood Services and the Huntington Community First Aid Squad at the Huntington Community First Aid Squad meeting room located at 2 Railroad St. from 2 p.m. to 7:30 p.m. on Tuesday, Sept. 29. “The donation of blood is critical to saving lives in emergency situations,” said Conte. “Blood...

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Car show in Melville for prostate cancer research

Huntington Supervisor Frank Petrone, after speaking Sunday at the Cruizin’ for a Cure car show held to raise money for prostate cancer research, underwent a PSA blood test and urged other men to be tested to allow for early detection of prostate cancer. The fundraising car show, founded by prostate cancer survivor Sandy Kane, marked its fourth year – its third in Melville....

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Man held in Sept. 1 shooting
on Huntington Station street

Police arrested a Huntington Station man Thursday and charged him with shooting a man earlier this month. According to police, Luis Lemus, 20, of 82 Columbia St.,  was involved in a fight with two men on Columbia Street in Huntington Station on Tuesday, Sept. 1. After the altercation, Lemus got a handgun and went looking for the two men, according to police, who said he found...

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