Honu Goes Blue for Huntington PTAs

Honu is going blue for Huntington's PTAs.

October 25, 2016

Honu Kitchen & Cocktails is going “blue” for the Huntington High School and J. Taylor Finley Middle School PTAs next month.

Billed as “an evening of cocktails, hors d’oeuvres and community,” the gathering on Tuesday, November 15 from 7-10 p.m. is sure to draw a large crowd to the restaurant located on New York Avenue in the heart of Huntington Village.

The evening will also feature live music by Chris Campion, lead singer of The Knockout Drops and Billy Ryan, guitarist from The Bogman.

A limited number of tickets priced at $60 are now on sale. There will be a number of eye-popping raffles as well as a live auction. Specialty drinks will be available throughout the evening.

Interested in attending? Checks payable to either the Huntington High School PTSA or Finley PTA can be dropped off in person (or by students) at either of school’s main office. Checks can also be mailed to Nancy DiGiacomo, 50 Cannon Court, Huntington, NY 11743.

Contact Mrs. DiGiacomo ([email protected]) or Michele Deegan ([email protected]) for more information.

Mrs. DiGiacomo serves as president of the Huntington High School Parent-Teacher-Student Association. The executive board also includes co-Vice Presidents Debbie Chin and Debbie McGinniss, Corresponding Secretary Donna Kye, Recording Secretary Peggy Low and Treasurer Sandy Saginaw. Toniann Mangan and Terri Ehrman are the high school’s delegates to the PTA Council.

Mrs. Deegan and Valerie Kellogg are the Finley PTA’s co-presidents. The executive board there includes co-Vice Presidents Dana Forte and Denise Murtagh, Corresponding Secretary Rene Babich Dumas, Recording Secretary Lisa Santa-Maria and Treasurer Kara Pitti. Ellen Dash and Amy Girimonti are Finley’s delegates to the PTA Council.

Honu is going blue for Huntington's PTAs.
There will be delicious food at Honu for the Huntington PTA.
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