Soccer field

🌱 Patchogue Daily: A football field will be built on Bay Avenue + events

Hello everyone ! I’m back with your new edition of Daily Patchogue. Let’s start this Friday with a quick tour of the most important things happening around town…

First, today’s weather forecast:

Partial sunshine. High: 75, low: 62.

Here are today’s top 5 stories in Patchogue:

  1. Fall will be a happy season for residents who have requested a soccer field in the village of Patchogue. The inauguration should take place in the fall. The soccer field will be installed at 380 Bay Ave. and will offer free games and entertainment. Around $98,000 is to be invested in the project. (Advance from Long Island)
  2. Save the date for Petco’s Adoption Saturday in Patchogue. Many fur friends will be ready to meet you on July 2 at 11 a.m. Last Chance Animal Rescue will be hosting the event. (All events)
  3. Some residents are concerned about a possible redevelopment plan for Mastic Beach. As part of the project, a new road would be opened where some houses are located. A resident expressed concern about losing her property due to construction work. (News 12 Long Island)
  4. Local writer Kim Feliciano has released her first book, “Edna the Egg.” Raised in Patchogue and currently a resident of Mastic Beach, Feliciano works as an educator for the Suffolk County Farm and is passionate about children’s literature and nature. “Edna the Egg” is available on Amazon and Barnes & Nobles. (Advance from Long Island)
  5. SUffolk County Police held an active-fire drill on Wednesday as part of their school safety training program. The simulation took place at an elementary school in Ronkonkoma with over 120 officers. (News12)

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Today in Patchogue:

  • Repeat game almost in Maine at PMPL. (4 p.m.)
  • Paint suncatchers! at PMPL. (4 p.m.)
  • No-Cook Snacks at PMPL. (6 p.m.)

From my notebook:

  • Wallet Hub: “2022’s Best and Worst Managed Cities in America.” (Portfolio Center)
  • Patch: “Patch has launched an all-new Mortgage Center to help you better understand the mortgage financing options available to you.” (Patch)
  • Patchogue-Medford School District: “Ribbon Cutting for ‘Medford Elementary Makeover Club Grades 4 and 5!’ These students have worked so hard to brighten up the halls of their school! Great work by these young Picassos.” (Patchogue-Medford School District via Facebook)
  • Patchogue-Medford Youth and Community Services: “We are extremely pleased to announce the newest member of our team. Meet Vanessa Urbano. Vanessa joins us after recently graduating from SUNY Plattsburgh, where she majored in criminal justice and sociology.” (Patchogue-Medford Youth & Community Services via Facebook)

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Alright, you’re all caught up for today! See you soon.

Debora Whitehead

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