Local Officials, Business Leaders Hold Successful Golf Outing to Promote Town Courses

Golfers pose for photo at the Brentwood Country Club

 

Islip, NY – Islip Town Supervisor Angie Carpenter was recently joined by other Town officials and local business leaders at the Brentwood Country Club for the Town of Islip Golf Expo. The Town of Islip Golf Expo is an event designed to showcase the beautiful 18-hole Brentwood County Club Golf Course, and the Town’s partnership with Lessings Caterers, to members of the community looking to organize a future golf outing for their business, corporation or organization.

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Melbourne, FL Officials Celebrate New Routes to Long Island MacArthur Airport

Melbourne officials and Elite Airways executives prepare to cut a celebratory cake

Islip, NY – Officials in the City of Melbourne, FL joined executives from Elite Airways at their own celebration of the new flights to and from Long Island MacArthur Airport to Melbourne. Islip officials were recently joined by their counterparts in Melbourne at a celebration at MacArthur Airport which marked the inaugural flight on Elite Airways’ new eastern seaboard venture. Elite Airways now offers flights from Long Island MacArthur Airport to Myrtle Beach, Melbourne, and Portland, ME (with continuing service to Bar Harbor). 

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The Town of Islip Teams Up With NBC and Telemundo to Host 2nd Annual Pet Adoption Drive

Islip, NY – The Islip Town Animal Shelter announced today that it has teamed up with NBC 4 New York/WNBC and Telemundo 47/WNJU to host NBC Universal-owned television stations’ Clear the Shelters second annual nationwide pet adoption drive. The Islip Animal Shelter is waiving adoption fees on Saturday, July 23, as part of the nationwide Clear the Shelters initiative that seeks to find new homes for homeless pets. 

“Our Animal Shelter has many great pets looking for new homes, and they’d make a loving addition to any family,” said Supervisor Angie Carpenter. “We’re proud to be a part of this nationwide effort to give these animals a second chance in life.” 

This year’s Clear the Shelters event comes after last year’s highly successful inaugural effort, which resulted in nearly 20,000 pets finding new homes through an unprecedented partnership between the NBCUniversal-owned television stations and hundreds of animal shelters located all across the country and in Puerto Rico. The nationwide day of action literally emptied dozens of animal shelters across the country and inspired local communities to take action and open their homes to animals in need. 

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Bayport Civic Association Discusses Long Island MacArthur Airport

Officials pose for a photo inside airplane hanger

Islip, NY – Islip Town Councilwoman Mary Kate Mullen was recently joined by Long Island MacArthur Airport officials at a meeting of the Bayport Civic Association. Airport Commissioner Shelley Larose Arken and Deputy Commissioner Rob Schneider joined Councilwoman Mullen in discussing recent developments at the airport with members of the Bayport Civic. Councilwoman Mullen touted the airport’s recent successes, including the launch of service by Elite Airways, who offers flights from MacArthur Airport to Myrtle Beach, Melbourne (Orlando) and Portland, Maine.

Pictured (l-r): Bob Draffin, President of the Bayport Civic Association; Deputy Commissioner Rob Schneider; Councilwoman Mary Kate Mullen; Commissioner Shelley Larose Arken.

Bay Shore Resident Celebrates 99th Birthday with Neighbors

Maria was also joined by Richard E. Wankel, Esq, Executive Director, Town of Islip Housing Authority and Maureen Frase, Housing Authority Board Member and resident at Mill Pond Lane.

Islip, NY – Islip Town Supervisor Angie Carpenter and Councilman Steve Flotteron recently visited with Maria Marchione of Bay Shore during a celebration of her 99th birthday. Ms. Marchione has been a resident of the Town of Islip’s Housing Authority community since 1995, and she has become a beloved presence in her neighborhood. Supervisor Carpenter wished her many more happy years with friends and family.

Maria was also joined by Richard E. Wankel, Esq, Executive Director, Town of Islip Housing Authority and Maureen Frase, Housing Authority Board Member and resident at Mill Pond Lane.

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  1. The Town of Islip Reminds Residents to Protect Themselves from Summer Scams
  2. Town Board Recognizes Pair for Actions Combatting Opiate Epidemic
  3. TNR Program Public Comments
  4. Officials, Business Community, Unite to Promote Opportunities for Overseas Firms
  5. New Carbon Monoxide Legislation Takes Effect June 28th
  6. Business Executives Ignite Audience at Islip CEO Summit
  7. Community Celebrates Restaurant Grand Opening with Ribbon Cutting
  8. Councilwoman Mullen Recognizes Bayport Blue Point Board of Education Members
  9. Vision Long Island Recognizes Town of Islip
  10. Town Councilman Flotteron Marks Park Grand Opening
  11. Town Officials, Elite Airways Celebrate Inaugural Flight from Long Island MacArthur Airport
  12. TNR Program (Trap, Neuter, Return) For Feral Cats
  13. Letter from Supervisor Carpenter to Boaters and Residents
  14. Supervisor Carpenter Outlines Vision for Town’s Future in 2016 State of the Town Address
  15. Islip Town Board Confirms New Airport Commissioner
  16. Islip Town Supervisor Angie Carpenter Joined Local Elks in the 2016 Youth in Government Day
  17. Zika Action Plan from the Suffolk County Department of Health Services
  18. Long Island MacArthur Airport to Welcome Elite Airways
  19. Know the Facts about Natural Disasters
  20. Town of Islip Continues to Clean Up Communities by Demolishing Blighted, Dangerous Buildings
  21. Supervisor Carpenter Discusses MacArthur Airport’s Progress with Congressman King
  22. Moody’s Upgrades Town’s Financial Rating
  23. Annual Jeans Donation Aids Youth Homeless, Runaway Shelter
  24. Islip Town Board Celebrates National Women’s History Month
  25. Town Employees Receive CPR/AED Certification
  26. Islip Town’s 30th Annual Sharpshooter Basketball Contest a Success
  27. Derelict, Unsafe House Demolished
  28. Islip IDA Continues to Attract New Businesses to Local Economy
  29. Deadline Extended for Women’s History Award Nominations
  30. Islip Town Board Honors Black History Month Honorees
  31. Supervisor Carpenter Joins AutoPlane, Southwest Airlines at Drawing for Round-Trip Tickets
  32. Kiosk Announced for MacArthur Airport Atrium, Honoring General & War Hero Douglas MacArthur
  33. College Incentive "SERVES" Students and the Community
  34. Town Crews Continue to Clear Snow, Ice from Roads
  35. Islip Officials Ask Residents to Refrain from Adding Snow to Streets
  36. Winter Storm Cleanup January 24, 2016
  37. Supervisor Angie Carpenter and the Islip Town Board Declare a State of Emergency
  38. Town of Islip Prepares for Imminent Snowfall
  39. Islip Councilman John Cochrane, Jr., Stresses Importance of Veterans Assistance Programs Available in the Town of Islip
  40. Youth Bureau Calls Upon Residents to Donate to Annual Teens for Jeans Clothing Drive
  41. Nominations Being Accepted for Women’s History Honorees
  42. Town of Islip Employees Join Effort to Donate Blood
  43. Officials Celebrate Groundbreaking for Firefighters Museum
  44. Angie Carpenter Sworn-In as Islip Town Supervisor; First Woman Elected to Post in Town's 333-year History
  45. Duo who Repaired Town Hall’s Nativity Scene Honored by Town Board
  46. Town Officials, Employees Pledge to “Dig Safely”
  47. East Islip Middle School Honors Teacher’s Memory by Donating to Homeless Animals
  48. Islip Town Board Honored Bayport-Blue Point Salvation Army
  49. Islip Animal Shelter’s Pet Toy Drive Raises Outstanding Amount of Donations for Homeless Pets
  50. Islip Town Seeking Nominations for Black History Celebration 2016

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