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Announcements posted on Patch during the week of Oct. 15

Westhampton-Hampton Bays Patch is not just about news, it is also a community hub where readers can share information, including events, yard sales, fundraisers, and other announcements, such as call outs for volunteers, congratulatory notes on births and marriages, and information on lost and adoptable pets.

The following is a round-up of announcements that were posted by readers during the week of October 8. And if you want to post an announcement, feel free to click here to let everyone know what's happening.

1. Bideawee Pet of the Week

Bideawee is looking to find a home for Domino is a sweet 2-year-old Chihuahua mix who arrived at Bideawee after he was rescued him from a high-kill municipal shelter.

2. Justin Townes Earle LIVE

Josh Zanger posted that Justin Townes will perform at the Westhampton Beach Performing Arts Center on Nov. 11 at 8 p.m. Tickets range between $30 and $35.

3. Kids Helping Kids

Elizabeth Scully announced that two girls, who held a family fundraiser at the VFW Hall in Hampton Bays last Saturday have raised $2,000 with donations still coming in.

4. Community Food & Toy Drive at WHBPAC

WHBPAC posted that due to an overwhelming response received during last year’s holiday season, the Westhampton Beach Performing Arts Center will, once again, collect food and toys for the Greater Westhampton community’s local food banks and food pantries during the months of October, November and December.

5. Community Gatherings for Charity

Kara Yoga announced that beginning this fall, her yoga studio will be offering community events with a suggested donation of $10. All funds will be raised to help give kids with disabilities.

To see more announcements posted by Patch readers, click here.

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