Living in a small town has so many benefits. Being able to watch kids grow up and then walk down the aisle as husband and wife is just one of the many highlights.
Love filled the church as Scott Worth stood at the front of Our Lady of Good Counsel with best man Chris Baglivi waiting for the stunning Erin Boznyak to enter the church with her dad. The groomsmen were in gray tuxedos and the bridesmaids were dressed in lilac, each one looking more beautiful than the next. It was obvious how much in love this happy couple is when they attempted to end the ceremony just a little sooner than expected. As the crowd said “Amen” to Father Joe’s blessing, Scott and Erin exited the church as husband and wife. May God bless your marriage and may your days be filled with love and joy.
Speaking of love and marriage, during a boat ride on the bay June 11, Steven Bialeski popped the question to Krystal Harris, who enthusiastically accepted. Congratulations! Let the planning begin!
Birthday wishes go out this week to Kyle Steele, Chelsea Chalone, Katie Bladykas, Maureen Deegan, Ann Bialeski, Sherry Steele, Dick Harned, Lee Carlson, Kevin Maida (who turns 3 years old), Karen Diffley and Tyler Cande.
Niki Benedetto, a 2010 graduate of Mattituck High School, has accepted a full-time position as a senior digital designer at Segal Savad, located in New York City’s West Village. Best of luck!
Amelia (Mia) Jealous-Dank, a Mattituck-Cutchogue School District alumna, has been appointed to the Amityville Planning Board. She holds two architecture degrees and a master’s in public administration from the University of North Carolina. She is president of ATJD Architecture and Planning in Amityville, which specializes in commercial architecture and exterior renovations.
Attention MHS Class of 2017: Senior portraits will be taken Aug. 25 and 26. You’ll receive information about appointment times from the photography company. If you have any questions, call the school at 631-298-8460, ext. 3223.
If you’re having summer guests and wish to share some of your adventures, feel free to contact me. My deadline is now Sunday evening, so the sooner the better!
Contact Mattituck columnist Pat Arslanian at [email protected] or 298-8489.