Cutchogue Fire Department selling Christmas trees

11/30/2010 5:05 PM |

Cutchogue Fire Department’s annual Christmas tree and wreath sale is in full swing, offering Fraser firs starting at $45, basic wreaths for $10 and decorated wreaths for $15, as well as roping and grave blankets. Proceeds benefit the department’s Panthers Drill Team.

The sale lot, across New Suffolk Road from the firehouse, is open weekdays from 6 a.m. to midnight and Saturdays and Sundays from 9 a.m. to approximately 7 p.m. Free local delivery is available.



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  • I totally forgot she was even still in office. It’s no surprise she opposes it, she is part of the problem. Corruption is like a tree with strong roots.

  • Patricia Eddingon has done nothing but bring disgrace to the Town. Pass the reso because the public is sick and tired of patronage.

  • So…. How much do Bingo Inspectors make and what do they do?