LIHC of RASD Local History Programmer’s Showcase Thurs. April 19, 2018 at 9:30 am

The Long Island History Committee will host its annual local history programmer’s showcase on Thursday, April 19, 2018 at SCLS beginning at 9:30 am. Committee Chair Inez Foster would like libraries to note that both the Suffolk County Historical Society and Brookhaven Town Historian are lending items related to the anniversary of Women’s Suffrage for displays in local libraries. Please contact Inez at the Babylon Public Library for more information, (631) 669-1624.

RASD Health Concerns Breakfast: Monday November 6, 9am-12pm

Did you know….? 
 
Most cardiovascular disease is preventable by addressing risk factors such as smoking, diet, physical inactivity, and alcohol use. 
 
To learn more, please join the Health Concerns Committee of SCLA for our annual breakfast featuring dynamic speakers on the important topic of Vascular Disease
 
 
Speakers will include: 
Dr. Gasparis, Director of the Stony Brook Vascular Center 
Dr. Tassiopoulos, Director of the Stony Brook Center for Vein Care. 
 
2 CEUs will be awarded.
 
Date: Monday, Nov. 6, 2017
Time: 9:00 AM – 12:00 PM
627 North Sunrise Service Road
Bellport, New York 11713-9000
 
For further information, please contact: Sal Filosa (Port Jefferson Free Library) 631-473-0022 or sfilosa@portjefflibrary.org
More details to come!

CARE (Career and Resource Exchange) Committee of RASD Meeting on Thursday, November 16 

Please join the CARE (Career and Resource Exchange) Committee of RASD for our November 16 meeting at Suffolk County Library System.

Dave Sullivan from the Family Service League will join us to talk about the Flexible Employment Program. This program provides vocational services to individuals with disabilities and is sponsored by the NY State Department of Education ACCES-VR. The program offers diagnostic evaluations and teaches computer skills, interviewing, job search skills, development skills, and placement. The organization also offers aftercare support and vocational counseling. The Family Service League serves people with mental health conditions, developmental disabilities, substance abuse issues, legal histories, and physical disabilities. Please join us for coffee at 2:00 pm and the presentation at 2:30 pm.

 Please RSVP to Nicole Berroyer at nicole@connetquotlibrary.org

 Professional development hours will be awarded.