November 22, 2006

Strictly Business

Get Pampered!

Enjoy a day of beauty (for women) or a Day of Vitality (for men) at Gurney's Spa in Montauk. Choose an ultimate herbal body treatment, rose body treatment, seawater aromatherapy, a 30-minute Swedish massage and manicure among many other body-soothing options. Treat yourself to a holiday makeover with Gurneys' "Ultimate Day" spa package. For a full list of spa services, go to gurneys-inn.com.

PBMC's Volunteer of the Month

Calverton resident Jane Stolarski was honored this week as Peconic Bay Medical Center's Volunteer of the Month for November. Jane greets visitors at the hospital and assists patients. Co-workers say, "She's always happy to help out."

Donations Appreciated

The Community Care Program of Sag Harbor will help families in need this holiday season along with the Sag Harbor Food Pantry. The Pantry provides assistance to about 600 people every year. Please help these organizations with a donation to the Giving Tree. Also area businesses are asked to display the Giving Tree and accept donations. To sign on or learn more about this program, call 725-2117.

RH: Honors Bestowed

The Riverhead Chamber of Commerce honored its 2006 award recipients last week at Giorgio's restaurant in Baiting Hollow. Person of the Year: Jack Hansen. Gold Key Award: Sister Margaret Smyth. Director of the Year: Thaddaeus Hill. Business of the Year: Jedediah Hawkins Inn. Community Volunteer: Riverhead Volunteer Ambulance Corps.

Southampton Doc Honored

Dr. Martin L. Stone, a Southampton OB-GYN, was presented with a lifetime achievement award October 27 by the American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists during the group's annual meeting in NYC.

New Wellness Circles

The Nutrition for Wellness Foundation of East Hampton has announced the formation of two new wellness circles in East Hampton and Montauk. The new EH circle will meet in the EH Middle School library on Tuesdays from 7 to 8 p.m. and the Montauk circle will meet at the Montauk Public School every other Wednesday from 7 to 8 p.m. beginning Nov. 29. For more information about these programs, call 329-2590.

Shop For a Cause

Join the folks from the Peconic Land Trust at a holiday shopping event at the Baker House in East Hampton Saturday. Books by local authors, handcrafted jewelry and handbags will be on sale. PLT will serve hot apple cider and holiday cookies! A portion of the proceeds from all the shopping will benefit the PLT. The Baker House is located at 181 Main Street.

A Plum Role

Local business Plum Builders and its president Al Giaquinto were recognized by the Long Island Builders Institute November 8 in Huntington. Giaquinto was awarded the highest honor, the Diamond Award, for a Southampton whole house makeover that his company executed and another Diamond for kitchen design in a new home.

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