Mattituck-Laurel: Empty Bowls success, PTSA fashion show and school assemblies

02/21/2011 3:04 PM |

The first Empty Bowls fundraiser was held Feb. 11, at Mattituck High School. Many thanks go to event organizer and art teacher Jeanne Fallot, art teacher Dina Rose, Calverton Links food manager Tony Maaiki, Ace Catering, Waldbaum’s, King Kullen and Tom Cat Bakery. Appreciation also goes to the MCTA and the PTSA for donations and support to purchase ceramic supplies; the CAST staff members who assisted at the event; Lee Harned and Susan Grossman, who donated artwork to be raffled; and, of course, the many students who crafted the ceramic bowls over the last two years and volunteered to help. We are also pleased to acknowledge the unnamed donors who opened their pockets and paid more than the $10 admission fee. As a result, CAST will receive approximately $1,500 to stock its food pantry. Each guest chose a bowl at the event to keep as a reminder of hunger in the world and the empty bowl they helped to fill.

MSG Varsity came to MHS last week to interview the cast and directors of the musical “You’re a Good Man, Charlie Brown.” To watch the clip go to

Happy birthday will be sung to the following folks this week: Virginia Motto and John Bradley today, Feb. 24; Greg Olsen on the 25th; Daniel Leaden, Barbara Jean Smith and Alexandra Zaweski on the 28th; and Matt Brisotti, James Finora and Pat Mudd on March 3.

Happy retirement wishes go to high school librarian Peggy Owens, who spent her last day at MHS Friday surrounded by warm wishes. Enjoy!

The Mattituck-Cutchogue PTSA Fashion Show will be held April 7 at Vineyard Caterers. Get a table of friends and family together and mark your calendars for March 15, 16 and 17, when you can purchase tickets in the high school lobby for $50 each.

On March 10, Detective Rory Forrestal of the Suffolk County Computer Crimes Unit will present two student assemblies at MHS, followed by a workshop for parents and educators that evening at 7 p.m. The program focuses on Internet safety and the effects and consequences of cyber-bullying. All are welcome to attend.



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