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Huntington Station raises funds for house fire victims

Elda Moreira, 40, and her daughter Estafany, attend

Elda Moreira, 40, and her daughter Estafany, attend a fundraiser to benefit her family, after they lost their home when the building was destroyed in a fire on Aug. 10. The home was shared with another family. (Aug. 19, 2012) Photo Credit: Ursula Moore

Huntington Station held a fund raiser Sunday to benefit two families of the community who shared a home that was destroyed in a fire on Aug. 10.

Edwin Perez, president and co-founder of the Friends
Photo Credit: Ursula Moore

Edwin Perez, president and co-founder of the Friends of Huntington Station Latin Quarter, at a fundraiser for victims of a house fire in Huntington Station. (Aug. 19, 2012)

Matthew Dellaratta and his wife Deborah Soehngen, of
Photo Credit: Ursula Moore

Matthew Dellaratta and his wife Deborah Soehngen, of Medford, donated furniture to the two families that were victims of a house fire on Aug. 10. (Aug. 19, 2012)

Matt Demasi, of Huntington Station, serves a hot
Photo Credit: Ursula Moore

Matt Demasi, of Huntington Station, serves a hot dog to Danielle Llanos, of Bay Shore, at a fundraiser in Huntington Station to benefit two families that were victims of a house fire on Aug. 10. (Aug. 19, 2012)

Edwin Perez, president of Friends of Huntington Station
Photo Credit: Ursula Moore

Edwin Perez, president of Friends of Huntington Station Latin Quarter, stands with the beneficiaries of a community fund drive. Sylvia Duran, 25, left, her son Vladimir Franco, 7, Elda Moreira, 40, right, and her 5-year-old twin daughters Sandy and Estefany, are seeking a new place to live after their shared Huntington Station home was damaged in a fire on Aug. 10. (Aug. 19, 2012)

Deborah Soehngen, of Medford, buys raffle tickets at
Photo Credit: Ursula Moore

Deborah Soehngen, of Medford, buys raffle tickets at a fundraiser in Huntington Station to benefit two families that were victims of a house fire on Aug. 10. (Aug. 19, 2012)

Sylvia Duran, 25, and her son Vladimir Franco
Photo Credit: Ursula Moore

Sylvia Duran, 25, and her son Vladimir Franco Duran, 7, attend a fundraiser to benefit their family after their Huntington Station home was destroyed in a fire on Aug. 10. The home was shared with another family. (Aug. 19, 2012)

Nidia Perez, a volunteer for the Friends of
Photo Credit: Ursula Moore

Nidia Perez, a volunteer for the Friends of Huntington Station Latin Quarter, sells raffle tickets at a fundraiser in Huntington Station to benefit two families that were victims of a house fire on Aug. 10. (Aug. 19, 2012)

Sandy Moreira, 5, at a fundraiser to benefit
Photo Credit: Ursula Moore

Sandy Moreira, 5, at a fundraiser to benefit her family after their Huntington Station home was destroyed in a fire on Aug. 10. (Aug. 19, 2012)

Donning sunglasses, Dr. Evelyn Llanos, far left, offers
Photo Credit: Ursula Moore

Donning sunglasses, Dr. Evelyn Llanos, far left, offers health care screening information at a fundraiser for victims of a house fire in Huntington Station. (Aug. 19, 2012)

Brett Neuner, of Huntington Station, cooks hot dogs
Photo Credit: Ursula Moore

Brett Neuner, of Huntington Station, cooks hot dogs at a fundraiser for victims of a house fire. (Aug. 19, 2012)

Elda Moreira, 40, and her daughter Estafany, attend
Photo Credit: Ursula Moore

Elda Moreira, 40, and her daughter Estafany, attend a fundraiser to benefit her family, after they lost their home when the building was destroyed in a fire on Aug. 10. The home was shared with another family. (Aug. 19, 2012)

Alcides Palacios, of Huntington, also known as DJ
Photo Credit: Ursula Moore

Alcides Palacios, of Huntington, also known as DJ Power, plays music at a fundraiser for victims of a house fire in Huntington Station. (Aug. 19, 2012)

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