Miller Place Rocky Point St. Patricks Day Parade

Look for My Country 96.1 at the 65th annual Miller Place Rocky Point St. Patricks Day Parade. The Parade starts at 25A & Harrsion Ave in Miller Place and runs east to Broadway & Prince Rd in Rocky Point. Parade starts at 1 & 25a closes at 12N so get to your spot early & we'll see you there!!

 

 

 

 

 

 


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Help Your Fellow Long Islanders 

 

The Long Island Volunteer Center is an all-volunteer agency working to provide volunteer service on Long Island. Can you help? Visit http://www.longislandvolunteercenter.org/ to learn more!

 

 
Lax Out Cancer

 

Lax Out Cancer is a fundraiser that raises money for children who are battling cancer. It is volunteer driven with all proceeds being divided among the recipients.

 

Join them on April 11th at SWR High School for SWR vs Miller Place. JV at 11am, Varsity at 2:30pm. Help raise hope and awareness!

 
 

10th Annual St. Patricks Spring Car Show Fundraiser

 

St. Patrick School Presents its 10th Annual Spring Car Show Fundraiser Sunday, April 26th, 2015 from 9:00AM- 4:00PM 280 East Main Street, Smithtown Admission $5.00 adults, All Children FREE! Admission Cars $15.00, Motorcycles $5.00. Call John Forlenza @ 631-588-2696
stpats.americanhotrods.com

 

 

“Totes For Tots” Drive to help children entering foster care.

 

The Town of Brookhaven is looking for donations for Children entering foster care. Your donations of new or gently used suitcases or backpacks, as well as personal grooming items, books, small blankets, stuffed animals, crayons, coloring books, writing paper and pencils will go a long way to help them get started. Drop off your donation at Town Hall, One Independence Hill in Farmingville and the Highway Department’s main office Old Town Road in Coram. For more information contact the Youth Bureau’s INTERFACE Program at 451-8011.

 

 
Bellport Hagerman East Patchogue Alliance
 
Need a job? Worried about healthcare? Having a hard time making ends meet?
The Bellport Hagerman East Patchogue Alliance has partnered with Suffolk county to bring supportive services closer to our community. They meet every Tuesday morning from 9am-1pm at 1492 Montauk Highway Bellport. Meet with county representatives to find out what services you are eligible for, get help finding a job or assistances creating a resume. 
 

The Town of Brookhaven Call Center 451-TOWN (8696) 

The 451-TOWN (8696) Call Center operates Monday through Friday (except holidays) from 9:00 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. They handle a wide range of constituent calls, including comments and requests for general information as well as specific questions about services such as garbage collection and recycling, public safety, code enforcement, street lighting, highway maintenance, parks, and Town events. For all information, call 451-TOWN (8696)
 
CIVIL SERVICE JOB OPPORTUNITUES
Suffolk’s Department of Human Resources and Civil Service administers competitive examinations for job titles in over 241 jurisdictions including the county, its 10 towns and its multitude of villages and school districts, along with fire, water and library special districts. To access a summary of upcoming examinations, please click on the following link http://apps.suffolkcountyny.gov/civilservice/brief.pdf
Police Officer- April 1, 2015
Emergenct Medical Technician- Continuous
 
Feeding America
 
Feeding America is a United States-based non-profit organization consisting of a nationwide network of more than 200 food banks and food rescue organizations. With over 50 million Americans struggling with hunger, Feeding America is asking for your help. There are many ways to get involved. For more information please visit http://feedingamerica.org/get-involved.aspx.
 
The Morgan Center
 
Thousands of pre-school aged children are diagnosed with cancer each year in the United States, but only on Long Island do children dealing with such a grown up challenge get to attend pre-school in the safest space possible - The Morgan Center. If you know of someone who needs The Morgan Center, or if you would like to know more about the Morgan Center visit www.themorgancenter.org
 
 
Rock Can Roll
 
Rock CAN Roll, Inc., is a volunteer, 501c3, non-profit, hunger relief organization and think tank. We collect healthy & nutritious non-perishable food for distribution to local agencies and into the hands of children, seniors and families who live with hunger and in poverty. Get involved! Visit www.rockcanroll.org
 
 
Literacy of Suffolk
 
Help make a difference and become a volunteer tutor. Literacy Suffolk is looking for volunteer tutors to train as certified literacy tutors and help Long Islanders who can’t read or write function normally in the society. To find out more, call (631) 286-1649 or visit http://literacysuffolk.com/?page_id=21
 
 
Contractors for Kids
 
Contractors for Kids helps families that are facing a financial crisis because of the illness of a child. If you’d like to help eliminate financial hardship in your community call (888) 208-KIDS or visit www.contractorsforkids.org
 
 
American Red Cross
 
Every 9 minutes the Red Cross responds to disasters in local communities throughout the U.S. And behind each and every meal served, blanket given and counseling service provided is a Red Cross supporter like you who makes it possible. The Red Cross works 24 hours a day down the street and across the country. Thanks to the generosity of supporters like you the Red Cross responds to over 70,000 disasters, almost 9 million blood products are distributed to patients in need across the country, and more then 4 million people learn fire safety, first aid, and other lifesaving skills. For more information, visit http://www.redcross.org/
 
 
Help Veterans Find Jobs
 
Are you an employer looking to hire Veterans? Are you a Veteran looking for a job.  Visit www.100000jobsmission.com
 
Free House Cleaning for Women with Cancer
 
Non profit organization called Cleaning for a Reason offers women with cancer FREE housecleanings while they are receiving treatment.  For more information, visit www.cleaningforareason.org or call 631-696-1176.
 
Give to the Vietnam Veterans Of America
 
Give your used kitchen ware, brick-a-brack, Small Furniture, Small Appliances, and other items especially clothing to the Vietnam Veterans of America. You may have already received a yellow bag in your mailbox.  For more information call 631-582-0242 or visit www.wepickup.org
 
 
Our Heroes Night Out
 
If you can bake or cook, sing or dance, or have an idea for assisting military veterans, contact Our Heroes Night Out. This organization provides homeless military veterans here on Long Island with evenings of entertainment and nights on the town.
 
 
Show Our Soliders You Care
 
Operation USO encourages you to send our overseas troops care packages as a way of saying 'thank you' and boosting the morale of our soliders.  Operation USO offers packages containing prepaid phone cards, music downloads, sunblock and more!  You can learn more about making a difference in a solider's day at http://www.uso.org/operation-uso-care-package.aspx.
 
 
 
Matchingdonors.com
 
There are a ton of social networking websites but one stands apart because this one saves lives. Matchingdonors.com links organ donors with people in need of kidney and other transplants. If you’ve ever considered becoming a living organ donor or if you are someone who is in need of an organ transplant, visit matchingdonors.com today. 
 
 
Mather Hospital Free CT Scans
 
Low dose CT scans save as many as 20,000 lives a year and Mather hospital is offering them for free. If you are between the ages of 55-74 and have smoked for 30 or more pack years and currently smoke or have quit in the last 15 years, you should consider a screening. Studies have shown that there is a 20 percent reduction in lung cancer death using a low-radiation CT scan over the standard chest X-ray. For more information, contact Eileen Zaoutis, RN, 631-686-2500.
 
 
 
 

 




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