🌱 Shirley-Mastic Daily: New Deli At Mastic Beach + Online Event

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Hey, neighbors! Debora Whitehead here with the latest issue of Shirley-Mastic Daily.

First of all, the weather forecast for the day:

Rain and drizzle; not so cold. High: 43 Low: 29.

Here are the 4 best Shirley-Mastic stories today:

  1. A new Ecuadorian grocery store is now open in Mastic Beach. The JB Deli grocery store is located at 524 Mastic Road. The new restaurant opened in November 2021. A hot food menu is available. The convenience store opens at 5:30 a.m. most days and at 6:00 a.m. Sunday for breakfast. (Large LI)
  2. The Town of Brookhaven presents the documentary “Angst, Raising Awareness Around Anxiety”. On February 1, at 7 p.m., a virtual screening of the documentary will be presented to the public. Those interested in participating should register at by January 26. For more information, please contact the Brookhaven City Youth Office at 631-451-8011. (Governor of Brookhaven)
  3. Meet cats and dogs available for adoption on Long Island this winter. Click on the link to meet boyfriends who need a permanent home. (Long Island Press)
  4. News nearby: Police have identified the man who was struck by two cars at Port Jefferson station. Gerard Hamill, a resident of Queens, was struck by two cars while attempting to cross the Nesconset Freeway at Port Jefferson Station. Hamill was pronounced dead at the scene by a medical assistant from the Suffolk County Medical Examiner’s Office, police said. (Port Jefferson Crest)

Today at Shirley-Mastic:

  • Open day at 44 Lincoln BLV, East Moriches. (12h)

From my notebook:

  • Suffolk Hours: “The first snowstorm of 2022 brought scenic imagery and minimal problems to local roads as highway service crews spent the night and early morning clearing snow.” (Instagram)
  • Girl Scouts of Suffolk County: “Looking to increase your cookie sales this season? Using your QR code is an effective tool in guiding your customers to your Digital Cookie site! Watch this video on how to set up your QR code.” (Instagram)
  • Joseph from the Nextdoor Community Team, Nextdoor New York: “Did you know that you can offer and ask for help with shoveling snow on Nextdoor? – Neighbors, while snowstorms are exciting for many of us, for elderly, injured or disabled neighbors (especially those on fixed income). ” (The door next door)
  • Next door neighbor, North Shirley: “Hershey and Marbles need help eating, I’m going through a tough time. If anyone has cat food or can help me, that would be a blessing. Thanks so much in advance.” (The door next door)

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You are officially in the loop for today! See you tomorrow morning for another update.

Debora Whitehead

About Me: Debora Whitehead is a dedicated wife and home teacher mother from Coram, NY. She has a bachelor’s degree in education and enjoys teaching and writing. Her passion for the community is reflected in her volunteer work with “Ministry Mariposa”, a non-profit family support program. One of her strongest beliefs is Jesus Christ, and when she isn’t parenting, teaching, or reading, she is writing. One of her favorite quotes is: “The future belongs to those who believe in the beauty of their dreams.” – Eleanor Roosevelt.

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