05/13/2010 12:00 AM |

Photo courtesy of Holy Trinity Church
Celebrating a century
Longtime Southold resident Dorothy ‘Dot’ Greet was the center of attention on April 25, when friends and relatives gathered at Holy Trinity Church in Greenport, where she is a member, to celebrate her 100th birthday. The festivities included a reminiscence by George Marsich, who had attended a school in Hollis, N.Y., where Ms. Greet was an administrative assistant. He spoke of the great influence she had on the students. Ms. Greet, born April 27, 1010, received proclamations from Southold Town, Sen. Kenneth LaValle, Bishop Lawrence Provenzano and President Barack Obama. Pictured with her are (from left) Father Paul Wancura, pastor of Holy Trinity Church; Supervisor Scott Russell; Roger Walz, senior warden of Holy Trinity; and guest Caia Thompson.

Fritzi, a German high school student with the Rotary’s Youth Exchange Program also needs a place to stay. She’ll arrive in August and will be here for three months. If you would be willing to lend your hospitality to her, call Barbara Ackermann at 298-5868 or e-mail [email protected]

This weekend, catch some local talent in the North Fork Community Theatre’s production of “110 in the Shade.” You’ll see familiar faces such as SHS students Jake Boergesson, Abbey Clark, Ivy Croteau, Steve D’Amico and SHS choral director Kelli Baumann. Call 298-NFCT for tickets or go to for more information.

All senior citizens are invited to a preview of the SHS spring concert on May 14 at 10:45 a.m. in the district auditorium. A reception will follow in the band room featuring refreshments prepared by the high school culinary arts students.

Members of the community are invited to plant their own vegetable garden at Southold Free Library. Bring your gardening tools, seeds of your choice and soon you will be enjoying your own fresh vegetables.

Malinda Newman, part-time reference librarian, will be giving online tutorials on Tuesday afternoons and Wednesday mornings. Call 765-2077 for an appointment.

Sunday hours at the library will end after May 23. A concert by “Legacy,” a group of vocalists and instrumentalists performing Southern gospel music and patriotic songs will be presented on Sunday, May 16, at 2 p.m. This show is sponsored by the Friends of the Library.

The Mixed Nuts will hold their third annual bake sale on May 15 in front of the Southold IGA to benefit the Relay for Life. Buy some goodies, and then plan to walk them off at the relay in June.

A christening celebration was recently held for Anna Marie Mudd, daughter of Jennifer Smith and Steve Mudd. Anna’s godparents are Catherine Smith and Lucas Grigonis, and the proud grandparents are Nancy and Joe Smith and Pat and Steve Mudd.

Happy birthday to Diane O’Neill on the 15th, Kay Byrnes and Joan Sinning on the 17th, Mary Charters on the 18th, and Jim Baglivi on the 19th.

A very happy anniversary to Don and Rosalie Cavaluzzi, who celebrate today, the 13th.

Saint Patrick Church’s sixth annual yard sale will be held on Saturday, May 22, from 8 a.m.-noon. Reserve a space ($25) to sell your treasures by calling 765-6576. All proceeds will go to the youth group’s summer retreat to Steubenville.