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The beacon. (Babylon, N.Y.) 1972-current, April 22, 2010, Image 11

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Spring Opening o f C edar B each G o lf Course on Satufdáy ApfipM \ - Supervisor Steve lÉÉ B ' B#oae and Couscil- ? ìfiftaar Antonio tinez, Chairman of the Paiks and Rec­ reation Department announce the spring opening of Cedar Beach Golf Course, Sat., April 24, 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Cedar Beach golf Course will be open Thursdays, Fri­ days, Saturdays and Sundays for the months of April and May. In June, the course will be open every day, weather permitting. The Cedar Beach Golf Course is a pitch-putt, par three, 8-hole golf course Ideal for new golfers, it also a/foids experienced goiters an oppor­ tunity to improve their short game. The course is located on the ocean- front between Overlook Beach and Cedar Beach and is available for golf outings. Golf clubs and balls are on hand for rental. For information, call the golf course at 631-321-4562. D eer Park Lions D oo W op D ance A p ril 2 4 Deer Park Lions present its Annual Doo Wop Dance Party, Sat., April 24 from 7:30 to 11:30 p.m. at the Deer Park Fire House, 94 Lake Ave., Deer Park. The cost is $40 per person and includes héros, salads, beer, wine, soda, coffee, tea, dessert, unlimited dancing and memories. Live Entertainment by The Fabulous Acchords performing music of the 50s, 60s, and 70s. For ticket information contact Gino at 631-666- 9134 or Horace at 6 31-586-0054. Free Skin Cancer Screenings call for appt. Get a free skin-cancer screening at Huntington Hospital Sat., May 8, 8:30 tol 1:30 a.m. The screening is a full-body exam for anyone who has never been diag­ nosed with skin cancer. Participants must be 18 or older. Space is limited and appointments are required. For an appointment, call 631-470-5201 on April 27 or 28 from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. only. Citizens for Sewers m eeting April 2 7 Concerned Citizens for Sewers Inc. overcharging for garbage taxes and then will meet Tues., April 27, 7 p.m. at Ba- using this money, which should be given ^ kmi Town Hall, 200 East Sunrise back to taxpayers or used to cut taxes, to Highway Lindenhurst. The purpose of install pipe to hook up the dump and the the meeting is to tell the Supervisor and Wyandanch commercial district to the Town Board it is not acceptable to Crea- Southwest Sewer District, te a $5 to $6 million dollar slush fund by For information call 631-921-0422. April 2 2 ,2010, BEACON SHOPPER . 7C MAY 26TH, 2010 Deadline is Friday May 21st. Call your advertising representative today for special rates on this popular advertising supplement Call Maryann Heins at 5 1 6 - 7 9 8 -5 1 0 0 M A S S A P E Q U A . .. ... x • tK L S Jü 1 ifiw u ïû S á n e o s You get better because we are better. Do you suffer from pain, aches, soreness, weakness or any limitation of movement? You’re not atone. One in four Americans has an orthopaedic impairment, making it the second most common reason to vistt a doctor. When the pain is too much, turn to Good Samaritan Hospital Medicai Center. Good Samaritan specializes In orthopaedic services including treatment of trauma, fractures, total joint replacement, sports mediane and hand surgery. The hospital’s advanced ambulatory surgery unit performs 2,500 orthopaedic procedures annuafiy. Good Sam focuses on minimally invasive and outpatient procedures allowing for quicker recoveries in the comfort of your own home. « » ^ S A M A R I T A N ^ m i HÜSHTAL MEDICAI, CKN'TfiR A Member of Catholic Health Services A M Atii'iJsV'- ZWXfCXA'f VX* Mi.VSm’Ai. For more information on orthopaedic surgery or for a free medica) directory, call 631-376-4444 or visit www.good-santaiitan-hospitai.org «* ***** w*> *.

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