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🌱 Port Jefferson Daily: Tennis Court Erosion + PJFL Scholarship

morning, Port Jefferson! Let’s get you all caught up to start this Saturday, March 19 off on an informed note. Here’s everything knowing worth around town today.

First, today’s weather:

cloudy showers; cooler. High: 54, low: 49.

Here are the top 5 stories in Port Jefferson today:

  1. The village of Port Jefferson is working to protect the County Club that has been severely touched by erosion. The tennis court has been naturally moved to the edge of the cliff and because of that, all tennis lessons have been canceled for this season. Mayor Margot Garant has been working on applying for grants to help with the restoration project. For more information, including the plans to stabilize and restore the bluff, visit portjeff.com/eastbeachbluff. (@tbrnewsmedia)
  2. Port Jefferson Free Library features Teen Scholarship 2022. Community high school seniors can apply for a $2,500 scholarship through their contributions and volunteering services within their local community. Applications will be accepted until May 1. Click here for details and to apply. (PJPL)
  3. Port Jefferson Chamber of Commerce general membership meeting is set for March 22 at 8 am It’s an in-person meeting at the St. Raphael Boardroom, 2nd floor. (PJCofC)
  4. Port Jefferson indoor farmers market continues on Sundays from 10 am-2 pm Come to support local businesses and farmers buying fresh vegetables and goodies! The market is at the Village Center located at 101 E Broadway. (PJVC)
  5. Nearby news: A vehicle theft wave happened in Hauppauge on Thursday morning. Police confirmed that five vehicles were stolen in one hour from homes located on Bezel Lane, Sandra Drive, Steven Place, and Maureen Drive between 4:30 am and 5:30 am (Patch)

Today in Port Jefferson:

  • Introduction to iMovie β€” Comsewogue Public Library. (11 am)
  • VR Gaming β€” Port Jefferson Free Library. (1 pm)
  • Crochet Workshop β€” Port Jefferson Free Library. (2:30 pm)
  • 23rd Annual Festival of One-Act Plays at Theater Three. (3 pm)

From my notebook:

  • Suffolk County Legislator Rob Trotta is participating in the 11th Annual Legislative Food Drive Challenge to collect pet food for the clients of Long Island Cares. Since 2009, Long Island Cares has provided free pet food and supplies to individuals and families in need, to enable them to keep their pets at home instead of placing them in shelters.” (LongIsland.com)
  • Mayday Music Festival coming to Yaphank. Make way, here comes the Mayday Music Festival to Southaven County Park in Yaphank on May 14 from noon to 10 pm The event, presented by Suffolk Association of Municipal Employees, will feature a blend of national touring acts with local talent.” (Newsday/ Subscription Required)
  • Priciest home sales in Miller Place. (Long Island Business News)

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Now you’re in the loop and ready to head out the door this Saturday. I’ll see you around!

β€” Debora Whitehead

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