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Week in Review: Locals Adapt, Pursue, Play, and Organize

Between a teen starting a business, 20-somethings dressing up at a sci-fi convention, and one local looking to start an orphanage in Africa, locals in Three Village were up to a lot this past week.

Here's a review of this week's headlines on Three Village Patch:

  • Christian Flamman is a lot like a typical  senior, doing things like hanging out with friends, working a part time job and playing varsity athletics. 
  • The owners of  in Setauket have in a changing economy. “In the six years we’ve been open, we’ve dropped our prices to where our absolute lowest then, is our absolute highest now,” co-owner Kelli Melucci said. 
  • A staple of any quality convention is the multitude of guests dressing up as their favorite characters, or "cosplay."
  • Brookhaven Town announced on its website that it will be charging residents a starting this week. According to town spokesperson Jack Krieger, this is the first time Brookhaven has charged a parking fee at all of its manned parking facilities.
  • Three Village resident Eileen Koff has decided to . She's aiming to raise $25,000, and to get the non-profit fundriaising entity off the ground, is first looking for some local legal help.

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