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Huntington Breast Cancer Action Coalition
746 New York Ave, Huntington, NY 11743
The HBCAC is a not-for-profit grassroots organization dedicated to the education and awareness of breastMore cancer.
Friends of Oheka Inc.
135 W Gate Dr, Huntington, NY 11743

Friends of Oheka Inc. was formed in 1996. Its mission is to protect, preserve and raise public awareness of OhekaMore Castle. It achieves this through educational programs as well as an annual Garden Party fundraiser, held every June. Currently, Oheka Castle is being used as a banquet hall, fine dining venue and hotel. The property was listed on the National Register of Historical Places in 2004.

 

Woodhull Intermediate School
140 Woodhull Rd, Huntington, NY 11743
Founded in 1967, Woodhull Intermediate School is also known as Nathaniel Woodhull School. The school serves studentsMore from grades four to six. The school emphasizes interdisciplinary learning and technology and offers various programs, such as creative vocal and instrumental music program, and visual art programs as well. The schools also develops social awareness and academic excellence. Jarrett Stein is the principal of the school. For more information, call the number provided or visit the Web site.
Retro Fitness
1815 E Jericho Tpke, Huntington, NY 11743
Retro Fitness is a gym that gives members an unbelievable gym experience for just $19.99 a month. Its goal is toMore make fitness a more positive and rewarding experience without breaking a budget. The owners are well aware of the reasons why members  join a gym  and the facility is clean and well-organized with tons of the latest equipment. The gym strives to make everyone feel welcome with the hope that not only will members meet their fitness goals, but that they will make new friends in the process.
Nassau BOCES Outdoor and Environmental Education Program at Caum
Lloyd Harbor Rd., New York, NY 11743

Nassau BOCES has utilized Caumsett State Historic Park for its Outdoor and Environmental Education Program sinceMore 1976. The 1600 acres encompass a unique combination of diverse natural habitats: fields, forests, pond, salt marsh and seashore.

Once the estate of Marshall Field, III, Caumsett retains many of its historic buildings. The former "summer cottage" is now the site of the BOCES Environmental Center and also acts as dormitory housing for overnight groups.

Because of the many habitats found at Caumsett, environmentally based programs are a natural "fit", however adventure education activities are available as well. The list below represents current offerings but teachers and administrators should be aware that we can design a program to meet the district's curricular needs.

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