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2018 Winter and Spring Break Youth Opportunities

February 6th, 2018 – The Department of Parks, Recreation & Cultural Affairs would like to notify residents of an assortment of Winter and Spring break programs being offered at various recreation centers throughout the Town of Islip. Younger children will be able to enjoy an array of fun activities held on multiple days, including Pre-School Imagination Days, Un-plug Mad Science Lab Series, Paint the Day Away, and Kids Construction Zone.

Click HERE to view or download the flyer complete with dates, times, descriptions and age restrictions, or contact the Department of Parks, Recreation & Cultural Affairs at (631) 224-5406.

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19 Valentine's Day Weddings Conducted at Town Hall

 

February 16, 2018 — Islip Town Clerk Olga Murray and Town Clerk staff, conducted 19 weddings in Town Hall on Valentine's Day. The Town Board room was decorated with red roses and red heart-shaped balloons to mark the occassion. Congratulations to the newlyweds!

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West Islip Students Announce Charitable Golf Outing

February 9th, 2018 – Islip Town Supervisor Angie Carpenter met with West Islip High School students during a visit to Town Hall this week, to discuss the charitable work of the West Islip Chapter of Thirst Project. Thirst Project is a nonprofit charity, that fundraises and spreads awareness in order to eliminate the water crisis around the globe.

One of the goals of Thirst Project is to give all citizens in the country of Swaziland, South Africa, access to clean water wells by 2022. Since 2012, the West Islip High School community has raised $115,400, and has funded water wells in Swaziland, El Salvador, Uganda, and 30 Biosand filters for families in India.

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Supervisor Carpenter, Town Officials Shed Light on Heart Disease Prevention

February 2nd, 2018 – Islip Town Supervisor Angie Carpenter, Islip Town officials, and Town employees joined together wearing red, to bring attention to Heart Disease, the number one cause of death in women. “Unfortunately, often times, women ignore the signs of a heart attack. I urge women to take care of themselves by monitoring their cholesterol and blood pressure, eating healthy and staying active,” said Islip Town Supervisor Angie Carpenter.

Heart Disease is the No. 1 killer in women. Yet, only 1 in 5 American women believe that heart disease is her greatest health threat. The truth is, women are less likely to call 9-1-1 when experiencing symptoms of a heart attack themselves. It simply doesn’t occur to them to do so. And why would it? The bulk of media attention on the disease is focused on men.

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Central Islip Students Recognized for Powerful “I Matter” Art Exhibit


February 1st, 2018 – Islip Town Supervisor Angie Carpenter was joined by Town Board members John C. Cochrane, Jr. and Mary Kate Mullen, in welcoming 39 Charles A. Mulligan Middle School students to Town Hall on Tuesday, January 30th. The students were recognized for their participation and contributions to the middle school’s “I Matter” Project—a youth empowerment program designed to transform students, teachers, schools and communities by encouraging authentic communication, self-realization, and empathy through art.

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