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Suffolk County anniversaries

50th

CAROLYN AND DINO CIRCO of Hauppauge were wed Aug. 21, 1960, at Sts. Simon and Jude Church in Brooklyn. They celebrated with a party at Larkfield Manor in East Northport. Dino is a retired carpenter. Carolyn retired from Citibank in Manhattan. They have three daughters and six grandchildren.

50th

MARY ANN AND DOMINICK DARIO of Ronkonkoma celebrated Aug. 27 at Panico's Community Market in Smithtown with family and friends and a trip to Atlantic City - a gift from their children. They also celebrated at an anniversary Mass at St. Joseph's Church in Ronkonkoma. Dominick is retired from the New York City Transit Authority. Mary Ann retired as a Tupperware manager. They have four children and three grandchildren.

50th

JOANNE AND JOHN HUNT of Sayville celebrated Aug. 27 with a surprise party at Palmer Vineyards in Cutchogue hosted by their children. The celebration continued with a tour of Egypt. John is a retired business professor from Farmingdale State College. Joanne is a retired teacher for the Sayville school district and still serves as a substitute teacher. They have four children and nine grandchildren.

50th

KATHY AND HARRY

KALANSKY of Dix Hills were wed Sept. 26, 1970. They celebrated with a renewal of their vows and a surprise party at the Bayard Cutting Arboretum in Great River hosted by their two children. They have two grandsons.

40th

JUDY AND GARY HALL of Middle Island celebrated Aug. 22 with a 12-day tour of Italy. Gary is a retired English teacher at Sachem school district. Judy is a retired Suffolk County probation officer. They enjoy camping and spending winters in Florida. They have three children and seven grandchildren.

40th

EMILY AND LOUIS ROBLES of Holbrook were wed Aug. 22, 1970. They celebrated with a cruise to Bermuda. Louis is a retired New York City police officer. Emily retired from Suffolk County Social Services. They have two children and two grandsons.

Compiled by Patricia Sollitto

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