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The Bates House

Rebecca Holt and Lucia Buscemi, above, are hosting a soup cookoff, Sunday, March 18, at The Bates House in Setauket. Photo from Lucia Buscemi

Ward Melville High School students Rebecca Holt and Lucia Buscemi are spearheading a fundraiser to raise $30,000 to build a school in Malawi this summer in conjunction with the nonprofit buildOn, and they are hoping the Three Village Community will join them in their efforts.

On March 18, they will host a soup cookoff at The Bates House in Setauket. Attendees can enter their best soup for a chance to win a first place prize of $150. Entry fee for the contest is $30. Participants will enjoy homemade soups and be able to vote for their favorite. The event will also include basket raffles and live music.

Tickets are $20 for adults and $15 for children under 12. Tickets can also be purchased at the door but will be $5 more than tickets bought in advance. The On Soup Cookoff will take place from noon to 3 p.m. on March 18. To buy tickets or enter a soup, email the organizers at wmbuildon@gmail.com. The Bates House is located at 1 Bates Road, Setauket.

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Join the Cavi Gras March 4 at Setauket's Bates House. Photo from Cavalier Rescue USA

The tristate Cavalier King Charles Spaniels Facebook and Meetup groups invite the public to Cavi Gras, a fundraiser at The Bates House Sunday, March 4, from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m.

The event will support Cavalier Rescue USA, a nonprofit that is dedicated to finding loving families for Cavaliers who are in need of new homes. Attendees can enjoy the tastes of New Orleans at the Mardi Gras-themed party that will include music, live auction, Chinese auction and best mask contest.

Tickets are $20 at the door. To RSVP email irishraven328@aol.com. For more information, call Erin at 516-246-4327, Dena at 631-796-3825 or Angela at 631-664-1211. The Bates House is located at 1 Bates Road in Setauket.

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The Three Village school district welcomed a new drug and alcohol counselor this school year. File photo by Greg Catalano

The Three Village Drug & Alcohol Awareness Program will host an open Q&A forum with two guest speakers Thursday, Jan. 25, at The Bates House.

Heather Reilly, certified drug and alcohol counselor for the Three Village Central School District, will be on hand to answer parents’ questions about services provided for students and parents in the Three Village schools.

Also attending the meeting will be Lauren Grady, a private practice clinician and social work investigator for the New York State Department of Health, who works at B.E.S.T. PLLC located in Deer Park. The facility is planning to open another location on Technology Drive in Setauket, tentatively late February or early March.

B.E.S.T. treats those 18 and older and provides counseling for family members who have a loved one addicted to alcohol or drugs. Grady will answer questions regarding the facility coming to the Three Village area. She will discuss the national and local epidemic of substance abuse, the barriers and obstacles present in identifying and receiving treatment, various treatment modalities and options, and the mobilization of resources to reach and treat those afflicted by this issue.

The meeting will be held at 1 Bates Road, Setauket, at 7 p.m. Jan. 25. For more information, call 631-689-7054. To speak confidentially with a certified alcohol and substance abuse counselor, call Merrit Hartblay at 516-852-8478.