Islip Animal Shelter Hosts 2016 Shelter’s Choice Awards

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OFFERING FREE ADOPTIONS AND DISCOUNTING MICRO-CHIPPING

Islip Animal Shelter and Adopt-a-Pet Center will be hosting their annual Shelter’s Choice Awards fundraiser and adopt-a-thon, where adoptable dogs will walk a red carpet to accept their edible bone-shaped awards. All adoption fees will be paid for by Live.Love.Bark, the shelter’s non-profit volunteer group. Each pet will also go home with a free adoption goody bag full of toys and treats.

The shelter’s application process still applies. Guests will be able to “Meet the Stars” and take free photographs with the dogs. There will also be local vendors selling their products, food vendors, raffles for purchase, and a live musical performance by Carrie and the Cats. The shelter will be offering micro-chipping for pets for the low cost of $25 per pet. Dogs must be on leash and cats and other small animals must be in a carrier. If an animal has a history of aggression or being overly fearful the animal should be muzzled beforehand. Please leave your pets at home for this event unless they are getting a microchip. If they are getting chipped, please do so and bring your pet back home to ensure the focus remains on the adoptable dogs.

WHEN: Saturday, August 27, 2016, 11:00 am – 3:00 pm, Doggie Red Carpet Award Ceremony 11:30 am

WHERE: Islip Animal Shelter and Adopt-a-Pet Center – 210 South Denver Ave., Bay Shore MEDIA CONTACT: Communications and Media Relations Department - (631) 224-5485

Local Officials Celebrate Funding for Spray Park at Roberto Clemente Park

Assemblyman Phil Ramos; Supervisor Angie Carpenter; Parks and Recreation Commissioner Tom Owens stand in front of spray park

Islip, NY – Islip Town Supervisor Angie Carpenter recently joined Assemblyman Phil Ramos at the Bay Shore Spray Park, where it was announced that funding from New York State has been secured to aid in the construction of a spray park at Roberto Clemente Park in Brentwood. Assemblyman Ramos and Supervisor Carpenter also announced that the New York State DEC has given their approval to move ahead with plans that will restore the park to its position as a cornerstone of the Brentwood community.

“I want to thank Assemblyman Ramos for the dedication and determination he shows on behalf of this community,” said Supervisor Carpenter. “We are committed to transforming Roberto Clemente Park into a premier attraction not just for those in Brentwood, but for the entire Islip community.”

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Youth Bureau Accepting ‘Back to School’ Donations

Back to school donations flyer

Islip, NY – The Islip Town Youth Bureau is calling for donations of school supplies to help give students in need in the Islip community the resources necessary to succeed in school. Residents are encouraged to drop off common school supplies at one of the following three locations within the town:

Office of Supervisor Angie M. Carpenter
655 Main Street
Islip, NY 11751 

Office of Councilman Steve Flotteron
655 Main Street
Islip, NY 11751

Office of Councilwoman Mary Kate Mullen
965 Montauk Hwy
Oakdale, NY 11769

Islip Youth Bureau
401 Main Street
Islip, NY 11751

“Our children need to be given every chance to succeed in school, and this donation drive is a part of that effort,” said Supervisor Angie Carpenter.

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Holbrook Woman Celebrates 90th Birthday

Councilwoman Mary Kate Mullen joined Ms. Esther Palmero to celebrate her 90th birthday

Islip, NY – Councilwoman Mary Kate Mullen joined Ms. Esther Palmero to celebrate her 90th birthday at the Ockers facility in Oakdale. Growing up in New York, Ms. Palmero worked in the banking industry. Through her hard work and commitment, the bank chose her to travel and represent the company. She now resides in Holbrook where she has been an unwavering companion to her friends and family.  We wish her many more years of happiness to come.

First Responders Dedicate Ambulance

Town Clerk Murray and Jamie Atkinson pose for a photo

Islip, NY – Islip Town Clerk Olga Murray (left) recently attended a dedication ceremony for a vehicle that will be used by the Sayville Community Ambulance Company. The ambulance was dedicated in recognition of Jamie Atkinson (right), a longtime member of the Company who has held numerous leadership positions and been a part of the company’s growth.

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