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Seatuck Cove

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We meet Thursdays at 6:00 PM
Sea Cove
361 Main St
Center Moriches, New York  11934
United States
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The Rotary Club of Seatuck Cove proudly announces the induction of three new members.  Gannon Ruddy, Krystina Sconzo, and Amy Mahnken, residence of the greater Moriches area, have become our community’s newest Rotarians.

Gannon Ruddy has recently moved to this area from Bayport and works with Kurt Weiss Nurseries while attending nursing school. Gannon’s goal is to get involved and strengthen his community ties.

Krystina Sconzo is a member of the Center Moriches family that owns Pinto Pools. She is a student at St. Joseph’s and is working on her degree in child studies. She has previously interned for Ed Romaine and Dan PanicoKrystina is also part of the Town of Brookhaven Youth Court, a not-for-profit organization that assists youth under the age of 16 who are dealing with misdemeanors crimes.

Amy Mahnken is the Community Liaison of Oasis Nursing and Rehabilitation Center on Frowein Road, Center Moriches.  This was formerly Cedar Lodge Nursing Home, and Oasis has completely renovated and updated the facility to better serve our community. 

The Rotary Club of Seatuck Cove welcomes our newest members.

The Rotary Club of Seatuck Cove is about connecting leaders, exchanging ideas, making lasting change, and building the community.  We are neighbors, community leaders, and global citizens uniting for the common good.  With you, we can accomplish even more.  Please join us for a club meeting at 6:00 p.m. on Thursdays at JC’s Restaurant, 2 Country Club Drive, Manorville.  For more information, call Pat Blake at 874-4100, go to http://clubrunner.ca/seatuckcove/ or Facebook.

 

 
 
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