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Events
 

August 5th is National Night Out!

National Night Out- America’s Night Out Against Crime is a yearly event that works to heighten crime and drug prevention awareness, and generate support and participation in local anti-crime efforts. Entertainment, games, raffles, food and much more will be available!

When: Tuesday, August 5th
5:00pm – 8:00pm

Where: Manor Field Park
110 East 5th Street
Huntington Station, NY 11746

Cornell Cooperative Extension Events

AUG. 24, 2014 & AUG. 25, 2014: 10am-12pm or 1pm-3pm
Jr. Marine Biologist: Centerport
Enjoy a fun-filled experience learning about marine environment with your child, ages 3-5. Program includes hands-on time with live marine animals, beach activities and crafts. $28 per child (includes adult) Centerport Beach, Centerport. To register, call 631-239-1800, ext. 28.

AUG. 08, 2014
Grown on Long Island Day Countywide Farmers Market

August 8th is “Grown on Long Island Day”! Plan to attend the annual countywide farmers market where you can find local produce, seafood, wines, plus crafts, wagon rides and vendors.

Suffolk County Farm and Education Center
350 Yaphank Ave. Yaphank, NY 11980

Save the Date for Huntington Awareness Day!
Saturday, September 6th 2014, 11am to 5pm

Parade Starts at West Hills Road and New York Avenue. Fair is on New York Avenue lot between Rail Road Street & Church Street. Log onto to http://huntingtonawareness.org for more information

 

 

Beginning July 8th - Suffolk County Department of Health Smoking Cessation Program

At the
TRICYA
809 New York Avenue
Huntington Station

Six week program that teaches stress management, behavior modification, and relaxation techniques that will help participants maintain a smoke free life style. Begins Tuesday, July 8th at 6pm. Call 631-673-0614 ASAP to register!

Northport “Musical Happenings on Main Street”

Every Friday from May 23rd to August 29th
7:00 – 8:30pm
At the Village Park

Children’s Theatre at the Vanderbilt
Presents the Wizard of Oz

On Saturdays and Sundays
July 5th through August 24th
Adults $10, children $8, and children under 3 are free.
For more info, call 516-293-0674.

Local Farmer’s Market

Huntington Village
Located at the Elm Street parking lot,
Main St.
June through November
Sunday, 7 AM to 12 Noon

Northport Harbor
Every Saturday, June 7th through November 22nd.
(except for 9/20 & 10/18)
8:00am -1:00pm

 

 

Cell Phones for Soldiers

Legislator Spencer is now accepting cell phones to be donated to Cell Phones for Soldiers, a non-profit organization that uses the proceeds from recycled phones to mail calling cards to soldiers and veterans each week.

Recycle your old cell phone at:
15 Park Circle, Suite 209, Centerport

 
Video News
 
 
Legislator William Spencer
Tobacco 21 Featurette
March 2014

 
 
Legislator William Spencer
Black History Month
February 2013

 

Legislator William Spencer
Pearl Harbor Memorial, Northport Village
December 2012

 

Legislator William Spencer
Meet the Leaders
September 2012

 

Legislator William Spencer
Meet the Leaders
March 2012

 

Legislator William Spencer
Water Quality PSA
February 2, 2012

 
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1st Annual Coral Park Labor Day 4 on 4 Basketball Tournament - For more information or to register contact Sandy Butler at 516-503-0326
 

 
 
 

 

Suffolk County Veterans Discount Program

Suffolk County is home to numerous brave men and women who have honorably served our country in the Armed Forces. Their commitment to upholding and defending the principles our nation is founded upon deserves the highest degree of respect and gratitude. That is why I am asking Suffolk County business owners to join me in giving something back to those who have given us so much.

Would you consider offering Veterans a small discount and signing up to be part of the Suffolk County Veterans Discount Program? By participating in this program, your business name will be displayed on the Suffolk County website, with your address and discount specifications. The nature of the discount that each individual business is willing to provide is at your discretion.

Contact my office for more information (631) 854-4500.

Click Here For A List of Participating Businesses in Huntington Area

 

 
Survival Kit
 

Dear Constituent,

Our office has put together the enclosed “Survival Kit” for people in need of assistance in these tough economic times. It is geared towards the person who normally does not ask for help and might not know where to turn in order to receive it.

Stress can get to the best of us. This packet provides contact information for a wide range of agencies that you can reach out to in your time of need. Many different types of counseling services are offered.

Finding a job, let alone a good job, in this economy is hard. This packet gives information about resources you can utilize in your job search. If you need to boost your qualifications, there are places where you can take classes and improve your skills.

Lots of folks are working overtime, and don’t spend as much time with their families as they used to. Finding a good babysitter can be difficult. Some agencies offer referrals for childcare. If you don’t have enough time to help your kids with their schoolwork, tutoring and homework help classes are listed for your convenience.

What do you do when all of your money is going to pay your bills and taxes? Information about food pantries and health services are provided, as is information on rent and mortgage assistance, housing loans, as well as bill and tax assistance programs.

In these difficult times, there is nothing wrong with reaching out for a little assistance.

Hopefully, the information we have provided in this “Survival Kit” will help.

 
Click Here To Download Survival Kit
 
Sponsored Legislation
 

-- Adopting Local Law No. -2014, A Local Law to authorize tobacco-free policy for Suffolk County Community College. (IR 1270-14)

-- Taking common sense measures to protect front line employees from carbon monoxide. (IR 1251-14)

-- Reappointing member to the Suffolk County Board of Health (Christine M. Doucet, M.D.). (IR 1120-14)

-- Adopting Local Law No. -2014, A Local Law Prohibiting the sale and use of hydraulic fracturing byproducts. (IR 1117-14)

 
Health Communities
 

Suffolk County Executive Steve Bellone & Legislator William R. Spencer, M.D.
Invite You to Celebrate Our Tobacco 21 Victory!

The legislation to Raise the Age for the Sale of Tobacco Products in Suffolk County to 21
will be signed into law
by Suffolk County Executive Steve Bellone!

Monday, April 14th at 12:30 p.m.
at the
TriCYA
809 New York Avenue,
(Behind Famous Footwear in the Big H Shopping Center)
Huntington, NY 11743

Thank you for helping us win the fight to keep the next generation “smoke-free!”
Come and bring a friend to bear witness to this historic event!

To R.S.V.P or if you have any questions,
please call (631) 854-4500.

Click Here For Flyer

 

 
 
Legislator William Spencer
Energy Drink Facts
April 2014

 
 
Legislator William Spencer
Suffolk County's Tobacco 21 Law
April 2014

 
Photo Gallery
 
Spencer honors devoted Huntington Residents
 
 
At the July 29th General Meeting, Carolyn and Donald Bentley were presented with a proclamation recognizing their dedication, generosity, and service to the Huntington community for the past 25 years. As Sunday school teachers and leaders of the youth choir at Bethel A.M.E. Church, the couple has been a positive influence in the lives of our next generation! Pictured above are the Bentley’s, their grandchildren, and Legislator Spencer.
 

 
2014 Winner of the Truth about Stimulant Drinks PSA Contest
 
 
Congratulations to Central Islip High School Senior Douglas Argueta for winning the 2014 “Truth About Stimulant Drinks” PSA contest! Last year, Legislator William Spencer introduced a resolution to create an educational campaign and PSA contest as part of his 3-part comprehensive stimulant drink action plan. The PSA, which will be aired on Cablevision at a later date, is aimed at increasing public awareness about the side effects of stimulant drink consumption, and the dangers of caffeine toxicity. Pictured above from left to right are Legislator Monica Martinez, Douglas Argueta, and Legislator Spencer.
 

 
Luau on the Harbor
 
 
Legislator Spencer was excited to attend The Luau on the Harbor benefit for the Cold Spring Harbor Whaling Museum & Education Center. At the event, he presented Yvette and Jim Loughlin with a proclamation acknowledging their support for the Huntington community over the years, and thanking them for generously hosting the Luau. He also presented Greg Kaufman with a proclamation recognizing his work to address whale protection issues as Executive Director of the Pacific Whale Foundation. Pictured above from Left to Right: Greg Kaufman, Assemblyman Chad Lupinacci, Whaling Museum Board of Trustees President Arthur Brings, Jim and Yvette Loughlin, and Legislator William Spencer.
 

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