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7 Blog Posts Worth A Second Read From 2013

Patch bloggers have provided great tips, local advice and picturesque shots of Kings Park in 2013.

"There's usually quite a crowd gathered at the jetty during the summer, fishing or swimming. Watercolor effect and textures from Flypaper and French Kiss added." writes Agnes Fegan. (Photo Credit: Agnes Fegan)
"There's usually quite a crowd gathered at the jetty during the summer, fishing or swimming. Watercolor effect and textures from Flypaper and French Kiss added." writes Agnes Fegan. (Photo Credit: Agnes Fegan)

Kings Park Middle School: Heartwarming Moment At Basketball Game
Patch blogger Jimbo Barbarino, who often writes in support of Kings Park Cheerleaders, writes a blog about a touching moment at a Kings Park Middle School's basketball game. 

Homebody Photo Tip: Get Creative
Blogger and Photographer Lawrence Kelly shares his set of tips for both getting more creative with your photos and learning the settings on your camera better. 

Sunken Treasures!
Photographer Agnes Fegan shares what she calls "The Aggies," photos taken around Kings Park and Long Island. This particular entry shows off beautiful photos of Sunken Meadow State Park during the summer months. 

BATS! Kings Park's neighbors of the Night
Blogger Jan Porinchak writes about a residential animal sometimes spotted in Kings Park, bats, and information people who interact with bats should be aware of. 

10 Kitchen Essentials For Vegan Cooking
Blogger Debby Sunshine writes about 10 Kitchen Essentials she started using to help prepare meals when she went vegan, and her tips provide help for those considering making a lifestyle switch.

Fighting Cancer with Exercise - Strength for Life
Blogger Jacqui Errico writes about how its important to fight cancer with exercise, rather than resting and kicking back, in support of the non-profit organization Strength for Life foundation she co-founded in memory of a local resident. 

Long Islands Majestic Ospreys
Blogger Jan Porinchak, "When I consider what animal found on Long Island most inspires me to appreciate nature I immediately think of the Osprey." Porinchak shares information about Ospreys including their population, food and nesting habits. 

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