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3. County Executive Edward Mangano hosts Annual POW/MIA Candlelight Vigil: Mangano recently hosted the ceremony in recognition of National POW/MIA Recognition Day in Eisenhower Park.
2.CCE announces its first Annual Fall Farm Festival: Cornell Cooperative Extension of Nassau County's (CCE) first Fall Farm Festival will be held on the East Meadow Farms property in October.
1.Firefighter thanks NUMC physicians for saving his life from flesh-eating bacteria: Ralph Lettieri Jr. of East Patchogue was released from Nassau University Medical Center on Friday after a two-month stay and having his leg amputated. Lettieri suffered from Necrotizing Fasciitis, a rare and life-threatening flesh-eating bacteria.