🌱 Sancun Daily: Teen arrested for threatening violence + Jazz festival

Hey friends!It’s me, Deborah Whitehead, your host Mimura Daily β€” Go back to your inbox to see all the most important things happening in the community today. I’ll fix it right away.

1. Today’s weather:

Mainly sunny and humid. High: 79 Low: 61.

Here are the headlines from today’s Three Villages:

  1. A Three Villages School District student arrested for threatening RC Murphy Junior High in Stony Brook on social media. According to police, the incident occurred on the evening of September 15, when the 15-year-old announced his intention to bring the weapon to the school. (repair)
  2. The Emma Clark Library will host a visit by the Suffolk County Sheriff who will teach the proper way to dispose of unused medications. The course will be Wednesday, September 21st at noon in the library’s board room. (patch event)
  3. Jazz Loft hosts seventh annual Harbour Jazz Festival. The festival will feature international musicians on the Stony Brook waterfront at 275 Christian Ave from September 21-24. Check out the full performance schedule here. (TBR News Media)
  4. This month, Long Islanders are walking to prevent Alzheimer’s disease. About 1,500 people gathered at Belmont Lake State Park to raise funds to support research into the disease, a brain disorder that affects memory and thinking. About 410,000 New York residents struggle with the situation. If you would like to donate to Team Harrison, please click here. (Lee News 12)

Today in Mimura:

  • story time β€” Emma Clark Memorial Library. (10:30am)
  • preschool story time β€” Emma Clark Memorial Library. (1:15pm)
  • “Bee Species” Logo β€” Emma Clark Memorial Library. (6pm)
  • autumn bulb [ZOOM] β€” Emma Clark Memorial Library. (7pm)
  • Travel Club Introduction β€” Emma Clark Memorial Library. (7pm)

From my notebook:

  • repair: “Gabby Petito’s family and friends celebrate 25th anniversary National Domestic Violence Hotline Thursday in Washington, D.C. “(patch)
  • The non-profit Sweetbriar Nature Center offers environmental education, art and yoga. The center offers free admission and regular classes for adults and children. Its mission is to save wild animals and take care of them before releasing them into nature. Visit the Sweetbriar website to plan your visit. (News 12 Bronx)
  • TBR News Media: “On September 13, Stony Brook School commemorated the 100th anniversary of the 1922 inauguration that made the front pages of national newspapers. Here’s the backstory.” (TBR News Media)

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That’s it for today! See you tomorrow morning for another update.

β€” Deborah Whitehead

About Me: Got a story idea? Please get in touch with me! I would love to hear your opinion! Wife, Mom, Foodie, Traveler and Nature Lover.

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