56 LONGISLANDPRESS.COM • MARCH 2021
SCENE & SEEN
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SEEN & SCENE
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1.DRIVE CHANGE CHALLENGE: The nonprofit Boys & Girls
Club of Oyster Bay-East Norwich participated in the UPS Road
Code program that focuses on different safety principles, from
basic instruction to the consequences of risky behaviors such
as talking on cell phones, texting or drinking while driving.
2. VALENTINE’S DAY FOD DRIVE: Nancy Zolezzi, treasurer
of the Williston Park Chamber of Commerce, participates in
the group’s Share the Love Food Drive at Thomas F. Dalton
Funeral Home. 3. GALLERY EXHIBIT DEBUTS: L. to R.: Vito
Marrone, President of the North Shore Art Guild and Port
Jefferson Village Mayor Marot Garant attend the opening of
ReAwakenings, a new art exhibit at Port Jefferson Gallery.
4. POP-UP SHOP: Jewelry designer Raphaela Pasqualina
Dekkers, right, presented her jewelry collection at Frost
Ceramics & Mercantile in Sea Cliff with shop owner Kimberle
Frost, left. 5. Students from... Students from Xavier High
School demolish the kitchen. 6. RENOS FOR THE NEEDY: Ten
students from Xavier High School joined Habitat for Humanity
of Suffolk hosted a “House Start Demo Day” renovations on
a foreclosure-purchased home for Valley Stream resident
Nickesha Medley (red hard hat) and her daughter, Shania.
7.STUDENTS AID PATIENTS: A group of students at Sanford
H. Calhoun High School in Merrick held a fundraiser for
the Long Island Alzheimer’s and Dementia Center. 8. KING
KULLEN FIGHTS FOOD INSECURITY: King Kullen recently
came to the aid of Long Islanders in need by hosting its annual
in-store Check Out Hunger campaign, raising $23,000,
which was donated to the Long Island Cares/Harry Chapin
Food Bank. 9. NURSING HOME GETS CREATIVE TO BOOST
SPIRITS: The staff at Excel at Woodbury for Rehabilitation and
Nursing their creativity in overdrive, coming up with a variety of
ways to keep residents active with socially distant games and
staffers playing music for residents.