The Christian Science Church of Huntington is located at the intersection of Main Street and Woolsey Street. The…More church offers Sunday services and a Sunday school. Additionally, there is a meeting on Wednesday evenings at 7:30pm.
As with all Christian Science churches they maintain a reading room known throughout the world as a Christian Science Reading Room. It is open to the general public and offers a location where the public may read, listen or purchase Christian Science books, periodicals, and recordings. Many Christian Science Reading Rooms provide Internet access to Christian Science websites.
The Reading Rooms have Librarians who are experienced students of Christian Science and are willing and able to answer questions.
Biolink Communications 46 Green St, Huntington, NY11743 Biolink Communications, established in 2002, specializes in oncology publications. Anthony Cutrone is the…More president and publisher of this medical education and publishing company franchise. It is the publisher of "The Journal of Supportive Oncology," "Community Oncology" and "The Oncology Report." Biolink is also affiliated with Elsevier Information Solutions for Science and Health.
Henry L. Stimson Middle School 401 Oakwood Rd, Huntington Station, NY11746 Henry L. Stimson Middle School offers students an all-around curriculum. All students partake in music, physical…More education and technology courses. Advanced courses in foreign languages, mathematics and science are available. This school also offers a variety of sports programs and social and service clubs.
Huntington District Office of Senator Carl Marcellino 386 New York Ave, Huntington, NY11743 Senator Carl Louis Marcellino was elected to represent the Fifth Senate District on March 14, 1995. In December of that…More year he was named Chairman of the New York State Senate Environmental Conservation Committee and served in that capacity through 2008.
Senator Marcellino was born on December 23, 1942 in Brooklyn, New York and attended public schools in Queens. He earned both Bachelor of Arts and Master of Science degrees from New York University and a Professional Diploma in Administration and Supervision from St. John's University. After a 20 year career as a science teacher and administrator in the New York City School system, Senator Marcellino was elected as the Oyster Bay Town Clerk, a position he held until his Senate election.
Senator Marcellino and his wife, Patricia Marcellino, Ed.D, an Assistant Professor in the Adelphi University School of Education, are long time Syosset residents.