Good morning everyone! I’m back with your new release Patchog Daily. Let’s start this Friday with a brief overview of the most important events taking place in the city…
First, today’s weather:
partial sun. High: 75, low: 62.
Here are the top 5 stories in Patchogue today:
- Autumn will be a happy season for residents who have requested a football field in the village of Patchog. The groundbreaking is expected to take place in the autumn. The football field will be installed at 380 Bay Ave. It will be free to play and relax. It is planned to invest about $98,000 in the project. (Long Island promotion)
- Set a Saturday date for Petco Adoption in Patchogue. Many furry friends will be ready to meet you on July 2 at 11:00. The event will take place at the Last Chance Shelter. (All events)
- Some residents are concerned about a possible redevelopment plan at Mastic Beach. As part of the project, a new road will be opened, where some houses are located. The resident expressed concern about the loss of her property due to the construction. (News 12 Long Island)
- Local writer Kim Feliciano released her first book, Edna’s Egg. Raised in Patchogue and currently based in Mastic Beach, Feliciano is a Suffolk County farm educator and passionate about children’s literature and the outdoors. Edna’s Egg is available from Amazon and Barnes & Nobles. (Long Island promotion)
- FROMOn Wednesday, Uffolk County Police conducted an active shooting drill as part of the school’s safety education program. The simulation was carried out at an elementary school in Ronkonkoma with more than 120 officers. (News12)
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Today in Patchog:
- Rehearsal for an almost Manx performance in PMPL. (16:00)
- Draw Sun Catchers! in PMPL. (16:00)
- Snacks without baking in PMPL. (18:00)
From my notepad:
- Wallet Center: “America’s Best and Worst Cities in 2022.” (Wallet Center)
- Patch: “Patch has launched a brand new mortgage hub to help you better understand what home finance options are available to you.” (Patch)
- Patchog-Medford School District: “Cutting the Ribbon for 4th and 5th Grade Medford Primary Transformation Club!” These students worked so hard to decorate the school corridors! Great work by these young Picassos.” (Patchog-Medford School District via Facebook)
- Patchogue-Medford Youth and Community Services: “We are very pleased to announce a new member of our team. Meet Vanessa Urbano. Vanessa joins us after recently graduating from SUNY Plattsburgh, where she majored in criminal justice and sociology.” (Patchogue-Medford Youth and Community Services via Facebook)
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Okay, you’ve all caught up for today! See you.
— Deborah Whitehead
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