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Town Supervisor Recognizes National Nurses Week During 90th Birthday Celebration

Supervisor Carpenter along with Birthday girl Alice T. O'Mara stand with Alice's family for a group photo

May 9th, 2018 – Town Supervisor Angie Carpenter recently joined in the celebrations at the Central Islip Senior Center for Islip resident Alice T. O’Mara’s 90th birthday. Born May 7th, 1928, Alice, mother of six, grandmother of ten, and great grandmother of four, is a renowned local artist and former registered nurse of over thirty years.


Sign Installation Marks Girl Scouts' 50th Anniversary

Supervisor Carpenter with Commissioner of Parks Tom OWens, and Girl Scout Representatives, standing in front of the new Girl Scout Sign

May 4th, 2018 – Islip Supervisor Angie Carpenter and Tom Owens, Islip Commissioner of Parks, Recreation and Cultural Affairs, recently joined with Yvonne Grant and members of her Girl Scouts team, at the newly installed “Girl Scout Way” sign in the hamlet of Bayport. This year, Girl Scouts of Suffolk County celebrates its 50th Anniversary. Marked with the Girl Scouts logo on the left, and the American Flag on the right, the new "Girl Scout Way" sign sits proudly at the corner of Montauk Highway and Lakeview Avenue, leading the way toward Camp Edey.

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Community Bands Together for Project Lifesaver

Supervisor Carpenter, along side state and locial officials as the giant check is held up in front of the facility

May 3rd, 2018 – Islip Town Supervisor Angie Carpenter along with state and local officials, attended the Alzheimer’s Disease Resource Center, Inc.’s Project Lifesaver event recently. Project Lifesaver is a collaborative effort between the Suffolk County Sheriff’s Office and the Alzheimer’s Disease Resource Center, that uses transmitter bracelets to locate individuals who have wandered from home. The transmitters work through frequencies that are paired with tracking bracelets, enabling officials to find someone within 13 1/2 minutes in Suffolk County, versus what could otherwise take weeks without the device. The Pilot’s Club of Sayville presented the Resource Center with a check for more than $6,000, which will provide 11 waiting families with bracelets. Each bracelet costs approximately $300.



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