Cutchogue-New Suffolk

05/13/2010 12:00 AM |

The Old Town Art and Crafts Guild will celebrate its 62nd year with an Open House on Saturday, May 15, from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. All your favorite artists and crafters have been busy this winter getting ready for opening day. Original paintings, photography and unique handcrafted items will be for sale. The Guild is located on the Main Road, Cutchogue, at the traffic light, in the red house that has so much to offer. Refreshments will be served. Visit the website or become a fan of The Old Town Art and Crafts Guild, now on Facebook.

For approximately 10 years Bill Andreas has served our community as the manager of the King Kullen in Cutchogue. On May 28 Mr. Andreas will retire after working 40 years for King Kullen. He will be sorely missed. Congratulations! May your days be filled with joy.

The MHS newspaper the Mattitalk won first place in the Newsday School Journalism Awards Contest. The article “The Insider’s View on Swine Flu,” by Erin Pozzolano and Kyle Santillo, took first place in the news division. It appeared in the December 2009 edition of the Mattitalk and can be accessed on the Mattitalk’s website. Congratulations on a job well done!

John Bradley and Lillian McCullough were both recognized as National Merit Scholarship Commended Students. John and Lillian are among the 50,000 highest-scoring participants of some 1.5 million program entrants. Both students are in the running as National Merit Program semifinalists. Congratulations and good luck!

The Cutchogue Panthers Relay for Life Team is holding a yard sale/bake sale on Saturday, May 15, starting at 7 a.m., at Cutchogue Fire Department. Tables are available to rent for $25. Contact Tara Boken at 734-4165. All money raised will be going to the American Cancer Society.

Film and Faith Movie Night, Friday, May 14, 7 p.m. at the Creation Station, behind the Cutchogue United Methodist Church, Main Road, features a screening and discussion of the romantic comedy, must-see-again film “Moonstruck,” starring Cher and Nicolas Cage. The discussion will be led by Dr. John Agria, videographer and professor at Suffolk County Community College. Enjoy popcorn, drinks and good conversation as provocative themes such as the “messiness” of love and the consequences of mortality are explored. Admission free. For information, contact Mary H. Crump, 734-6033; [email protected]

Congratulations to Deirdre and Pat Fedun, who celebrated 25 years together this past week! Belated happy birthday to Thomas Shearin, who blew out his candles last week in honor of his 6th birthday.

Help keep live theater in Mattituck! The North Fork Community Theatre is having a yard sale to benefit its building fund, June 5 (rain date June 6), 8 a.m.-1 p.m., 12700 Old Sound Ave., Mattituck.

Have a good week!