BOARD OF DIRECTORS
Realty Connect USA/Team Ardolino
VICE PRESIDENTSOlga B. Belleau
Kenneth P. Kroncke
Long Island Business News
Andrew N. Polan
Stony Brook Vision World
George Rehn, CPA
Budget Print Center
Ronald J. LaVita, Esq.
State Bank of Long Island
Certified Financial Planner
Leah S. Dunaief
Peter Paul Ostapow
Certified Financial Planner
Ward Melville Heritage Organization
Stony Brook University Hospital
Robert W. Brown
Roy S. Dragotta, Esq.
Online Membership Renewals
COFFEE’S ON WEDNESDAY: Join Chamber President Michael Ardolino if you can at the January “Chamber Coffee Break,” 2-3 p.m. this Wednesday, Jan. 23, at O’ Sole Mio, 2194 C Nesconset Highway, Stony Brook, next to the Multiplex, free, courtesy of O’ Sole Mio’s Victor Todaro but please let us know if you’re coming: email@example.com or 631 689-8838.
THIS WEEK, celebrating the 25th Anniversary of Inner Court in the Stony Brook Village Center, you can purchase a gift certificates with special pricing and a day of post-holiday relaxation. Choose a facial or massage from Legends Day Spa, a wardrobing session at Jos. A. Bank, a haircut, shave and sports manicure at MensRoom Barber, a personal training session at Three Village Physical Therapy or that special haircut at Legends Hair Designs. For full details & gift certificates: 631-751-2244.
BUSINESS OPENING: Cara Cipriano, Licensed Massage Therapist announces the opening of her business, Exhale Medical Massage, att 1239 North Country Road, next to the Long Island Museum, serving people suffering with chronic pain, illness, and stress. Cara brings experience and expertise in the areas of Orthopedic Manual Therapy, Medical Massage, Oncology Massage, and Pregnancy Massage. 631-605-1968 or Exhalemedicalmassage.com
FIRST PLACE: Stony Brook Child Care Services, Inc. won First Place in both the Learning Center & Day Care categories of the Bethpage FCU Best of LI 2013 contest. SBCCSI is located on South Drive, Stony Brook, 631 632 6047.
WHITE-A-THON TIME: Dr. Ira Koeppel and staff are hosting another White-a-thon to benefit the Stony Brook Long Island Children’s Hospital with 100% of proceeds going directly to the building of this much needed facility. All donations collected will be matched by a very generous, anonymous benefactor. Now through March 28, appointments will be made to take impressions for custom bleaching trays. Patients return shortly thereafter to pick up their trays and begin whitening their teeth at home. The donation to this worthy cause is $150. Contact Marie Marsh at Dr. Koeppel’s Office, 1226 Gnarled Hollow Road, East Setauket,, 631 689-9777.
HELP SANDY RELIEF: The Chamber’s LI Woman of the Year Lenore Paprocky will be guest speaker at the LIRA (Long Island Relief Association) Sandy Relief Gala, 7-11 p.m. Wednesday, January 30 at Windows on the Lake, 235 Lake Shore Road, Lake Ronkonkoma, $49, with VIP $75 tickets including a private one hour reception from 6-7 p.m. Tickets at www.windowsonthelake.com/Lira