SEATTLE — Steve Goforth’s wait is over. On Sunday afternoon, the 37-year-old Everett firefighter and paramedic got the page he had been waiting months to hear. Click here to read more. Medical teams at the University of Washington Medical Center told him to report immediately so they could begin preparing him for a heart transplant. The surgery began around midnight. It took surgeons about five hours to complete the transplant, Gloria Wildeman, a family friend, said Monday evening. She said she spent part of Sunday in the waiting room with Goforth’s family. Goforth was diagnosed earlier this year with congestive heart failure.
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ELIH 27th Annual Golf ClassicEastern Long Island Hospital hosted its 27th annual Golf Classic at the North Fork Country Club in Cutchogue on June 10.More than 160 golfers attended the event, which included a breakfast for morning golfers, a barbecue lunch, prizes, various games of chance, cocktails, and a dinner buffet.This year’s event raised nearly $124,000, which will benefit services that the ELIH Emergency Department provides for the North Fork and Shelter Island.Stanley Lomangino and Jon DiVello of Mattituck Environmental Services were honored at the Classic for providing essential waste removal services for the North Fork as well as their philanthropic efforts in the community.Food Distribution DayRISE Life Services will partner with Island Harvest to host a Community Food Distribution Day on Thursday, June 27, at 1 PM in RISE’s Riverhead parking lot.Island Harvest will arrive with a truck filled with food donations, and volunteers from Island Harvest and RISE will hand out food to community members in need until inventory runs out.RISE runs the Main Street Food Pantry, which is open every Wednesday from 9:30 AM to 2 PM.To learn more, visit www.islandharvest.org or www.riselifeservices.org.Old Town Arts & CraftsThe Old Town Arts & Crafts Guild in Cutchogue will host a Watercolor Workshop for Kids with Melissa Hyatt on July 11 and August 8 at Cutchogue’s Guild Hall from 1 to 2:30 PM.The class on July 11 will focus on painting a lighthouse, while the class on August 8 will paint a landscape.The fee is $20 per session and can be paid in checks payable to Old Town Arts & Crafts Guild.For more information, visit [email protected] Share
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Construction work includes pavement removal, unclassified excavation, embankment, grading, paving, stream diversions, stream channel construction, stream bank construction, culvert installation, signing, and striping. This project is scheduled to be completed by October 2019. WHAT YOU NEED TO KNOW Construction crews are working between MP 101 and 118.Crews will be installing culverts at Slikok Tributary, Clam Gulch, Coal Creek and Crooked Creek.Crews will be working day and night shifts. Drivers should be aware of possible TRAFFIC RESTRICTIONS and DELAYS. DOT advises drivers to still use caution while driving on the gravel surface in the area, and follow all traffic signs. DOT is working to widen the highway shoulders and install four large diameter culverts. Construction for the 2019 season will primarily occur at Slikok Tributary, Crooked Creek, and Clam Gulch. The Coal Creek culvert will be replaced as a part of improvements, and the adjacent areas revegetated and restored. FacebookTwitterEmailPrintFriendly分享Good news for those heading to Homer this week, the Sterling Highway is open at MP 106, according to the Department of Transportation.