Southold-Peconic: Southold student to study in Europe this summer

03/29/2011 7:18 AM |
First-grader Quincy Greene (left) and his brother Hudson, a third-grader, draw on a light table at Southold Elementary School's first-ever Art/Science/Technology fair on March 24.

KATHARINE SCHROEDER PHOTO | First-grader Quincy Greene (left) and his brother Hudson, a third-grader, draw on a light table at Southold Elementary School's first-ever Art/Science/Technology fair on March 24.

It may not feel like spring, but signs of the season are everywhere. The crocuses are blooming, seasonal stores and restaurants have their “Opening Soon” signs out and the peepers can be heard on quiet evenings. As March (hopefully) goes out like a lamb this week, April arrives with many events and activities to enjoy.

Students Against Destructive Decisions and the Southold High School health office joined forces for National Kick Butts Day last Wednesday. Students and staff members were given the opportunity to trade in their cigarettes for gift cards donated by local businesses. Thanks to all who helped make the day a success.

Happy birthday to David Surozenski today, March 31; Tommy Surozenski on April 3; Chris Schade and Patty O’Day on the 4th; Adam and Samantha Baldwin on the 5th; and Linda Zaremba and Don Sayre Jr. on the 6th.
Carol Giovanelli called from Spring, Texas, to wish her granddaughters a happy birthday. Reese Dunne celebrated on March 28 and Jessica Dunne on the 30th.

Join Barbara Terranova on a hike at Goldsmith Inlet this Sunday, April 3, from 9:30 to 10:30 a.m. The cost is $5 per person. Children (age 9 and over, please) must be accompanied by an adult. Footwear with traction is recommended.

Andrew Seifert, a Southold seventh-grader, has been accepted to study in Europe this summer with the People to People student ambassador program. To offset the associated costs, he is launching a fundraising effort called “Cans for Andrew.” He is collecting plastic, glass and aluminum containers and applying the deposit money to his tuition. On Memorial Day weekend, he’ll also have a yard sale to further support his goal. Any extra money Andrew raises will be donated to the Southold Town Animal Shelter, where he volunteers on weekends. Andrew would like to thank the Southold PBA for its generous donation in support of his efforts.

Congratulations to Rob Surozenski, who will be promoted to the rank of sergeant on April 1. Rob is a United States Marine currently assisting earthquake victims in Japan.

Students of SHS art teacher Dan Gosnell will present their third annual April art exhibit at Southold Free Library, where an opening reception will take place Tuesday, April 5, from 4 to 5:30 p.m. Refreshments will be served.

This Sunday, April 3 at 2 p.m., an old-fashioned variety show will be held in the Greenport High School auditorium. Tickets are $10 for adults and $5 for children accompanied by an adult. Proceeds benefit the Greenport American Legion Building Fund. Let’s help preserve this special place filled with memories.

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