CHARITY ROBEY PHOTO Julia Weisenberg
Julia Weisenberg likes big dogs, and Rita, at 93 pounds, certainly qualifies.
When Julia and her family stopped in a pet store a few years back to “let the kids touch the dogs” and left with a Labrador retriever puppy with the largest paws she’d ever seen, Julia said she knew what she was getting into. (more…)
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Salutatorian David Neese with his proud mother, Jessica Hubbard, and 3-month-old brother Jacob, at the Academic Wall of Fame Wednesday morning. David’s picture will be displayed throughout next year. Valedictorian Mia Clark preferred not to have her picture displayed, but her achievements are listed.
A Shelter Island School celebratory event occurred Tuesday morning with the unveiling of the updated Academic Wall of Fame, displaying the achievements of the Class of 2019’s valedictorian and salutatorian. (more…)
SHELTER ISLAND SCHOOL PHOTOS
The Island Unity Club traveled to the LGBT Network conference at Stony Brook University last month.
Members of Shelter Island School’s Unity Club enjoyed a day at the LGBT Network conference at Stony Brook University on March 12.
The Shelter Island Republican Committee has announced their slate of candidates for the November election, with a top vote-getting incumbent absent from the list. (more…)
There are two sides to every issue. Should the controlled sale of human organs be legalized in the United States? Should the controlled sale of human organs remain illegal in the United States?
The Friday Night Dialogue at the Shelter Island Library on November 30 presents Andrew M. Flescher, Ph.D., from Stony Brook University, to introduce us to the ramifications of this dilemma and illuminate his perspective as supported in his recent book, “The Organ Shortage Crisis in America.”