It’s said two facts are certain in life — death and taxes.
While members of the Shelter Island Presbyterian Church can’t help you with the latter, they have arranged for representatives of East End Hospice to visit here to explain the wide ranging end-of-life services available to East End residents. (more…)
Dr. Peter Kelt might not practice medicine at the Medical Center.
I must say that I was pretty surprised to see the front page headline in the June 13 Reporter that said, “Island Dr. rejected by Stony Brook for Med Center.”
To the Editor:
It’s somewhat typical at Town Hall that one subject runs into another, such as the recent septic system proposal that ties another cost to the sale of a house. (more…)
The neurologist recited Codger’s main symptoms: “Your hands are clumsy and you walk like Frankenstein.”
“Obviously,” said Codger, who had already reviewed his MRI with Dr. Google, “I will need a cervical spine laminectomy fusion.”
The neurologist sighed. “Unless you also plan to operate, I have an excellent neurosurgeon for you.” (more…)
The Senior Center is planning a “Low Vision Program” for the fall.
Director Laurie Fanelli tells me that she’s working with the Helen Keller Services for the Blind to get the program set up here. It’s designed for individuals with a variety of age-related eye problems. (more…)