Cutchogue-New Suffolk: Library events and Rotary Club and United Methodist Church dinners

04/05/2011 1:12 PM |
CYO basketball league champions, from left: Coach John Tardif and seventh-graders Frank Imbriano, Christian Figurniak, Joe Tardif, Joey Graeb, Jon Dwyer, Darius Brew and Rocco Genovese.

COURTESY PHOTO | CYO basketball league champions, from left: Coach John Tardif and seventh-graders Frank Imbriano, Christian Figurniak, Joe Tardif, Joey Graeb, Jon Dwyer, Darius Brew and Rocco Genovese.

Mattituck DECA students attended leadership conferences, elected delegates and attended candidates and award ceremonies at the annual New York State competition in Rochester. Rebecca Caracciolo, Casey Ciamaricone Catherine Connell, Kaitlyn Doorhy, Connor Guditus, Brette Rosen, Danielle Stepnoski and Travis Zurawski were among those who competed. Finalist medals were won by Emily Fliss, sales demonstration; Mary Helinski, marketing math; Timothy MacNish, public service broadcast advertising; Chaz Schneider, free enterprise economics; Shannon Sheridan-Chiaro, public service visual advertising; Jessica Stumpf, decision making — marketing; Nicolas Tesiny, free enterprise economics; and Nora Zuhoski, wholesale selling. Trophy winners included Shannon Sheridan-Chiaro, third place; Mary Helinski and Timothy MacNish, second place; and Nora Zuhoski and Chaz Schneider, first place.

Third quarter ends this Friday; mufsd.com is a great place for the community to learn more about events, achievements and news about our youth and for parents to keep up on their children’s progress. Check it out.

I had a lovely conversation with longtime Cutchogue Homemaker Claire Foos. She shared that she kissed the Blarney Stone and enjoyed the St. Patrick’s Day party. Last month, members visited Gasho of Japan, attended a show at Westbury Music Fair and learned how patrol officer Frank Mele and his canine partner, Hudson, of the Southold Police Department travel the town to ensure that everything is as it should be. This month, the ladies look forward to visiting the Shinnecock Indian Museum and hosting a chinese auction. Do these women sound like a bunch of homemakers? Grab a friend and join in the fun; you’ll love them! Contact Bobbi Rubenstein at 734-7543 or Mary Pedersen at 765-9243.

Events at Cutchogue-New Suffolk Library: Thursday, April 7, at 6 p.m. is the first of 10 yoga sessions with Rosemary. The series is $60. Local author Mary Agria will read from her novel “Garden of Eve,” the second in her “Garden” on Friday, April 8, at 6:30 p.m. Registration is requested for Digital Photo 101 on Saturday, April 9, 10-11 a.m. and Pajama Storytime for ages 3 to 8 on Wednesday, April 13, 6-7 p.m.

Cutchogue United Methodist Church will host its annual community flounder dinner on Saturday, April 16, with sittings at 5, 6 and 7 p.m. Tickets are $17 for adults and $7 for children under 10. Takeout will be available. Call Alice Finkle at 734-6650 for tickets.

Almost 20 young-at-heart folks answered the casting call for the new children’s musical, “Cat-Tales: What the Alley Cats Learned About Bullies.” A free performance (donations accepted) will be given at Creation Station (behind Cutchogue United Methodist Church) on Sunday, April 17, at 3 p.m. For information call 765-5667.

The Mattituck-Cutchogue seventh-grade CYO team finished its season as first-place champions, with a 10-2 record. Congratulations to Frank Imbriano, Christian Figurniak, Joe Tardif, Joey Graeb, Jon Dwyer, Darius Brew, Rocco Genovese and coach John Tardif.

The Rotary Club of Southold holds its annual chicken and ribs (or salmon) dinner fundraiser on Tuesday, April 26, at the Soundview Restaurant in Greenport, noon to 8 p.m. Tickets are $20 and can be purchased from any Southold Rotarian or at the door. Takeout will be available.

Have a good week!

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