Gurney's Inn
March 12, 2014

Sweet Charities

Sweet Charities

Deadline for submissions is Thursday at noon. Email to

Hugs Not Drugs

A Hugs Not Drugs fundraiser program has launched in Sag Harbor, East Hampton and Southampton. Hugs Not Drugs has partnered with PODS.COM,, and Macaroni Kids to develop their national "Community HUGS" program of fundraisers and anti-addiction education and charitable support efforts across the country. Sag Harbor Elementary School PTA , East Hampton YMCA, and Southampton Youth Services will have 18 foot POD's at their locations through March 23. Hugs Not Drugs welcomes the participation and support of all local businesses, professionals, and community members.

Cat Mass Trapping

Volunteers are needed to trap and transport cats to ARF in Wainscott or to the Southampton Animal Shelter Foundation's Mobile Clinic located at the shelter in Hampton Bays on Monday. There will be spays/neuters for community (feral) cats. For more information contact Rita at 631-537-0400 x210 or


Peconic Landing presents C.A.S.T. (Community Action Southold Town) Have-a-Heart dinner. The dinner has been rescheduled because of a snowstorm. The new date is set for March 21 with two seatings at 5 PM and 7 PM at Greenport Community Center. Tickets are $20 for adults and $10 for children under 12. For seating call 631-477-1717.

Hampton Lifeguard

Hampton Lifeguard Association presents a Summer Kick-off Benefit Party on March 28 at ENE Restaurant in Montauk from 7 to 11 PM. Tickets in advance are $40 per person or $75 per couple. For tickets contact Christina Brierley at 631-871-6355.

Long Island Comedy Festival

Long Island Comedy Festival presents a comedy fundraiser for the Riverhead Fire Department on April 5 at 5 PM at the fire department on Roanoke Avenue. The show will include dinner and feature comedians John Santo, Frankie Pace, Maria Walsh and Richie Byrne. For tickets visit

Josh Levine Dinner

Edible School Garden Program and the Joshua Levine Memorial Foundation's annual dinner will take place at the American Hotel in Sag Harbor on April 6. In November 2010, a tragic tractor accident took the life of young farmer Joshua Levine at Quail Hill Farm in Amagansett. The Joshua Levine Memorial Foundation (JLMF) was founded shortly after Josh's death in 2011 to identify and support charitable programs which promote good farming practices, healthy eating, education and a sustainable environment. 

The Josh Levine Memorial Annual Dinner celebrates the efforts made by community partners to reverse trends which have made families ill with diet related diseases and obese through unhealthy eating practices.  It also celebrates the life of a young man who saw the value of working the land, growing food, serving the community and providing a healthy environment for his family.

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