The Week That Was: May 30 through June 5, 2010

Celebrations, fund-raisers, arts, sports, and more ran boredom out of town this past week. And upcoming events were added to the calendar to ensure future fun and funds for Huntington residents.

Jefferson Community Day 2010 A Success
A fun, free event for kids of all ages.

Huntington Loves a Parade
Main Street is paved with pageantry for annual Memorial Day celebration.

'Lip-Dub' Video Goes Viral
More than 200 Huntington students and staff participated in the production of 'It's Still Rock and Roll to Me' lip-dub video.

Oliva Family: Thank You to Community
The first annual kickball tournament in honor of Billy Oliva raised $7,000.

Annual Wine Soirée Set For Saturday
Segue into summer at benefit for summer camp and "lift" funds.

"Hometown Huntington" Featured on WLIW
WLIW Channel 21 will be showing a special program called "Hometown Huntington" on Monday June 7th at 8 pm, during its pledge drive.

Family Service League Decorator Tag Sale
Top-quality furniture, rugs, lighting, art and accessories from the collections of top North Shore Interior Designers were available for one and all.

Huntington Summer Movie Schedule Released
The seventh annual series sponsored by the town begins June 28.

Big Laughs at Meehan's Comedy Showcase
Saturday night in Huntington village, comedy was on the menu at Meehan's of Huntington.

Interpreting Great Art Through Comics
Library talk examines how parodies and reinterpretations of classic novels in comic books show intersection of high and low art.

Whitman Bust Dedicated At Huntington Library
A terra-cotta bust of the poet will be on display near the local history collection.

Try Thai USA
A Huntington eatery that has become an institution.

The Avid Antiquer
The first in a series as Michele Antonio guides us through Huntington's plethora of antique stores. This week's stop: Nannyberry's Antiques.

A New View: The Old Town Green Series - The Scudder House
An artistic and photographic perspective of Huntington.

Huntington's Howell Nets Two Goals on Way to Lax NCAA Championship
Huntington High School 2007 grad Zach Howell scored two goals as part of the Duke University men's lacrosse team's championship overtime win over Notre Dame.

Seahawks Lose to Rival Indians
Cold Spring Harbor lost 7-5 to Manhasset yesterday in the County Championship.

BZA Dismisses Indian Head Ranch Application
BZA chair determines that the notices for the hearing were not proper.

Gas Leak Shuts Down Spring Road
A landscaper hit the gas line at a home on Spring Road at Elm Street.

Summer Camp Proposes Year-Round Operation
The BZA hearing brought out both supporters and detractors for the West Hills Day Camp proposal.

Dinghy-Dock Decision to Come At Next Hearing
The Lloyd Harbor Board of Zoning Appeals has not reached decision on John DeNatale's proposed dock.

Bluff Repair and New Construction in Lloyd Harbor
Lloyd Harbor Permit Review Board quickly granted approvals at its monthly meeting Monday evening.
DWI, welfare fraud, grand larceny, menacing and more took place in Huntington since May 26.


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