High school graduation day is only a few short weeks away. The Southold Board of Education is seeking a candidate for the 22nd annual William J. McGonegal Memorial Award. Candidates should possess outstanding citizenship, kindness, compassion, generosity, unselfishness, personal initiative and moral courage. Submit your nominees’ names ASAP to junior-senior high school principal William Galati with a brief description of his/her qualifications. Send them via e-mail to [email protected] or regular mail to 20 Oaklawn Ave., P.O. Box 470, Southold, NY 11971.

As part of their community service work, the members of Southold High School’s Honor Society are having a food drive to help the needy. Please have your bags of food ready for pickup this Saturday, May 22.

This Friday, May 21, is National Bike to Work Day. Every car ride you take emits 3.6 pounds of pollutants per mile into the atmosphere. By staying active, we can live healthier and help our environment. The SHS Environmental Club, led by adviser Jim Baglivi (who rides his bike to work on a regular basis), is challenging each student and faculty member in Greenport, Mattituck and Southold to a competition: Everyone who rides to school on May 21 will receive a free bracelet when they sign in. The school with the most participants wins.

All intermediate tennis players are invited to an informal doubles “drop-in” at the lighted courts on Carroll Avenue in Peconic every Tuesday from 6:30 to 8 p.m. beginning June 1. Contact Rose Anasagasti at 765-1786 or 236-3227 for more information.

Belated happy birthday to Emily Bufkins, who turned 18 on May 19. Her brother, Emmett, turning 15, and Jennifer Bruer, celebrate today, May 20; Lauren Standish on the 23rd; Isabel Hegel, who turns 4, and Christina George (who’s on Summer Sea Term with SUNY/Maritime College) on the 24th; and Brianne Catapano on the 26th.

All ages are getting involved with the Relay for Life. The Relay Peguinz kids’ team will hold a car wash this Saturday, May 22, from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. in the Southold Fire Department parking lot. Your free-will donation will support the American Cancer Society. Relay flags, luminaries and other gear will be on sale and a 50/50 raffle will be held.

Lynne Baldwin was the winner of the 50/50 raffle at the Mixed Nuts relay team’s bake sale last weekend. Thanks to all their supporters, the team raised nearly $1,200.

Congratulations to Amanda Dickerson and Sally Wolfe on winning Southold Free Library’s May raffle prizes. The current raffle features a pair of earrings, necklace and bracelet from Jewelry Creations by Angela Schoedel. The drawing will be held June 15.

Award-winning musicians from Southold High School will present a spring concert May 25 at 7:30 p.m. in the auditorium. All are welcome.