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The beacon. (Babylon, N.Y.) 1972-current, August 26, 2010, Image 9

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Eastern Suffolk BOCES awarded Arts Program Grant Eastern Suffolk BOCES has been awarded a four-year U.S. Dept, of Ed­ ucation Arts in Education Model De­ velopment and Dissemination Pro­ gram grant for more than $1 million. This money covers all costs of the upcoming program. This grant will foster 21st Century skills for teach­ ers and students by encouraging cre­ ativity and collaboration utilizing the arts in all areas of teaching and learn­ ing. The agency will share the tools for teaching and learning throughout New York State and with national ed­ ucation communities. In partnership with the Tilles Cen­ ter for the Performing Arts, Arts Education Consultant Laura Reeder and Metis Associates evaluators, ES­ BOCES will bring the program and residencies to students in grades two to four in their classrooms and with specialty teachers in the Brentwood and Riverhead School Districts. The program is linked to state and na­ tional learning standards. Year one will begin with a design of evaluation materials with noted Metis researchers. This will be followed by a five-day Aesthetic Edu­ cation seminar with the Tilles Center - based on the nationally recog­ nized Lincoln Center Institute model - with a core group of second grade and arts specialty teachers. k This., group will expand during the ensuing years of the grant to add teachers and students in grades three and four, with the goal of engaging up to 90 teachers in the aésthetic education and 21st Century learning models of lifelong education through integration of the visual and performing arts. Under the direction of Arts Education Consultant Ms. Reeder, ESBOCES, Brentwood and Riverhead teachers, and the Tilles Center, teaching artists will collabo­ rate on the development and imple­ mentation of in-school units of study for students in targeted classrooms, and documentation and dissemina­ tion of effective materials, practices and processed. As the project develops, a web- based “toolkit” comprised of model lessons, assessment tools and proto­ cols, images, and video clips will be publicly accessible via the ESBOCES website. For additional information, contact Project Director Carol Brown at 631- 286-6989 or cbrown@esboces.org Copiague resident wins Bag of Free Veggies at Town of Babylon Farmers Market Frank Summerland, a Copiague resident, won a bag of free vegetables recently at the Town o f Babylon Farmers Market located in downtown Copiague. This was the result of a free weekly raffle conducted by the participating growers at the Farmers Market. No purchase is necessary to win. Each week, entry forms are made available to everyone who takes the time to stop by one o f the farm stands and completely fill out an entry card. Three o f those entries are then “pulled” the following week, and if the winners come back to claim their prize, a free bag of assorted vegetables is theirs to take home. The Farmers Market is located in the parking lot on the corner o f Great Neck Road and Oak Street. It will be there every Sunday from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. through Nov. 21. IM M M l COPIAGUE I CHAMBER OF \ COMMERCE Shown in the p h o to is winner Frank Summerland. The p h oto was taken by Farmers M arket Project Coordinator and First Vice President o f the Copiague Cham ber o f Commerce Sal Puglia. ,. August 2 6 ,2010, BEACON SHOPPER. 5C St. PauVs Sunday School to begin Sept 12 St. Paul’s Sunday School will begin classes on Sunday, Sept. 12,2010. fifth through eighth Grade will begin at 9:30 am. Pre-K - 4th grade will begin at 10:30 am. For further information please call 631- 661-5562. St. Paul’s Reformed Church is located at 158 Phelps Lane, North Babylon. D e e r P a r k C o m m u n i t y C e n t e r C o m e d y C a b a r e t The Deer Park Community Center is holding its Second Annual Comedy Cabaret, Fri, Aug. 27,7 p m at Mical’s Caterers, 113A Brook Ave., Deer Park. Tickets are $30 each or $25 for a party of eight or more and must be purchased at the Community Center, 41 Homer Ave., Deer Park Admission indudes the show, buffet, soft drinks, dessert and coffee. There will also be a cadi bar. Also scheduled to appear are Tommy Doran, Rich Walker, Tom OTCeefe, Tina Meir and Les De­ gen. For information call 631-667-6665. .. g o c e n t.S a le ^ te l ..... . I , lomeôWfierfNÊmésISi A p fe S e s cmPre-formatted MaîRflg labels 'Lte Pendent » judgmlnts of foijpifôsure § foreclosure Auction Schedules Historical Datai » Custom Reports * Available»!* Formats Ix )N G I s l a n d 182 Orinoco Drive • PO Box ,9000 ♦ Brightwaters, NY 1 171 8-9000 Phone: <631) 968-8833 • F a x :(631) 647-4444 Religious Directory First Presbyterian Church 79 E. Main S t , Babylon: 631-587-5838 Website: lstpresbabylon.org Rev. Thomas D. Sutter, D. Min. - Pastor S U N D A Y S E R V I C E S 9 : 3 0 A M Nursery Care Available Sunday School Through Third Grade Coffee and Fellowship 10:30 AM • Proclaim ing the F aith Since 1730 • ST. MARY’S CHURCH 175 Broadway, Amityville • 264-0004 Fr. Randolph Jon Geminder, Rector Sunday: Matins 7:30 am Low Mass: 8:00 am Choral Eucharist: 10:00 am (With Nursery & Church School) Tuesday thru Saturday Mass 9:00am (Healing Service on Tuesday) Tuesday thru Friday: Evening Prayer 4:30 pm Confession: First Fridays 5 pm CHURCH OF TH E NAZARENE 65 Roosevelt Ave., Massapequa Park 798-2203 Rev. Thom as F. Boyd, Pastor Sunday School 9:30 am Sunday Morning Worship 11:00 am Sunday Evening 7:00 pm Wednesday Evening Prayer Meeting & Bible Study 7:30 pm ST. MARTIN OF TOURS 37 Union Ave. Amityville, NY 11701 • 264-0124 Rev. Richard T. Stelter, Pastor Daily Masses - 7:00am & 8:30am Masses Saturday 5:00 pm Sunday 9:00 am, 10:30 am, 12:00 Noon, and 5:00 pm Confessions: Saturday 1 to 1:30 pm S I N A I R E F O R M T E M P L E 39 Brentwood Rd. Bay Shore, NY 11706 631-665-5755 * www.sinaireformedtemple.org R a b b i E m ily lia n a L o s b a n - O s t r o v Services held every Friday at 7 :30p m For M o re Inform a tion about M em b ership, Religious School and the H igh H o ly Days C a ll 6 3 1 - 6 6 5 - 5 7 5 5 ST. PAUL’S LUTHERAN CHURCH 147 Park Ave., Amityville 264-0763 • FAX 264-0372 Rev. David W . Anglin, Pastor Rev. Herbert M . Kern, Assisting M inister Sunday Services: 9:30 & 11:00 A.M. . Sunday School - 9:30 AM Saturday Evening - 6:30 P.M. Accessible to the Physically Challenged “T h e F r ie n d ly C h u rch ” www.stpaulsamityville.com ¿ ^ For Information About Running Your Church Information In This Directory | V Call A1 James at 631-264-0077

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