COVID-19: St. Hugh’s to Open Drive-Through Pantry; Cinema Arts Suspends

UPDATE:St. Hugh’s Church outreach program will start a drive-through pantry Monday-Friday during the COVID-19 outbreak.

Town  Hall and all town facilities with the exception of the Crab Meadow and Dix Hills golf courses,town parks and playgrounds will be closed to the public starting Monday, the town said Sunday. The closings include the youth bureau and the recycling center.

Suffolk County said said eight people are infected with the virus, also known as the coronavirus, in Huntington.

In addition, the Cinema Arts Centre will be suspending all film screenings and special events until the end of March. “In every single crisis over the past 46 years of the Cinema‚Äôs history, we have always been able to best serve our community by staying open,” the center said. “This time is different. In this case, the right thing to do is to temporarily close.”

The  St. Hugh’s drive-through will operate from 10-12 and 1-3 p.m. each weekday, providing food for those in need.

Some of the items needed for donation are:Powdered/canned Milk
Canned tuna/canned chicken
Mac & cheese
Peanut butter
Jellies
Canned soup/beans
Juice box/bottle
Canned fruits
Crackers
Protein bars
Baby formula
Baby diapers
Food store cards

To donate, drop off or mail in donations at the outreach office, 21 East 9th Street, Huntington Station, NY 11746.

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