Bethpage Street Fair

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The second annual Bethpage Street Fair, hosted by the Bethpage Chamber of Commerce, raised $5,000 toward a 9/11 memorial in the Bethpage LIRR station parking lot.

From left, Denny Alaksis, 3, Chloe Leshnower, 4,
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From left, Denny Alaksis, 3, Chloe Leshnower, 4, and Jacob Leshnower, 6, of Bethpage, enjoy the bouncy house at the second annual Bethpage Street Fair. (May 6, 2012)

Kevin Bracken of Bethpage takes a bite of
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Kevin Bracken of Bethpage takes a bite of chicken kabob at second annual Bethpage Street Fair. (May 6, 2012)

Ricky Muller, 14, of Bethpage cooks hot dogs
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Ricky Muller, 14, of Bethpage cooks hot dogs and sweet sausage at the second annual Bethpage Street Fair. (May 6, 2012)

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Dev Altman of Seaford, second from left, with
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Dev Altman of Seaford, second from left, with friends Diane Natoli of Carle Place, third from left, and Mia Ortolani of Bethpage, sniff Soap Whip scrub as Soap Whip owner Kristine Kapp of Southampton looks on at the Bethpage Street Fair. (May 6, 2012)

Melissa Wolff of Syosset looks for the perfect
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Melissa Wolff of Syosset looks for the perfect mug with a picture on it that resembles her silky terrier at the second annual Bethpage Street Fair. (May 6, 2012)

Scott Callegari of Bethpage brings his 9-month-old Great
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Scott Callegari of Bethpage brings his 9-month-old Great Dane, Master Mason, to the second annual Bethpage Street Fair. (May 6, 2012)

Elaine Seider of Bethpage takes a closer look
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Elaine Seider of Bethpage takes a closer look at Tastefully Simple products as Claire Beiger, of Levittown, watches at the second annual Bethpage Street Fair. (May 6, 2012)

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