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 5TH ANNUAL “COMEDY NIGHT WITH SOME APRIL FOOLS”

TV Host Cognac Wellerlane poses for a photo-op with Executive Director Gillian Wood Pultz at: Night With Some April Fools

Saturday, April 21, 2018 at Vail-Levitt Music Hall

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TV Host Cognac Wellerlane poses for a photo-op with supporter Denise LeBeau at:

Comedy Night With Some April Fools

Saturday, April 21, 2018 at Vail-Levitt Music Hall

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Angela Devito and Gillian Wood Pultz pose for a photo-op at:

Comedy Night With Some April Fools

Saturday, April 21, 2018 at Vail-Levitt Music Hall

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TV Host/Entertainment Journalist interviews Comedian SCOTT SCHENDLINGER at Comedy Night With Some April Fools

Saturday, April 21, 2018 at Vail-Levitt Music Hall 

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Auction items at Comedy Night With Some April Fools

Saturday, April 21, 2018 at Vail-Levitt Music Hall

Longislanders "TICKLED THEIR FUNNY BONE AT THE 5TH ANNUAL “COMEDY NIGHT WITH SOME APRIL FOOLS”

A benefit for the North Fork Animal Welfare League!

The event featured NATIONAL HEADLINER: JODIE WASSERMAN!

Jodie has appeared on NBC'S Last Comic Standing, BET's Comic View, plus Comedy Central's Premium Blend.

PLUS! DIRECT FROM THE NY COMEDY SCENE…

SCOTT SCHENDLINGER, GARY KESHNER

AND PAUL CORRIGAN (SIRIUS/XM RADIO)!

 AT THE VAIL-LEVITT MUSIC HALL

18 PECONIC AVENUE. RIVERHEAD, NY 11901

APRIL 21 2018 AT 8:00PM

Doors open at 6:30pm



The event took place at the grand historic Vail-Levitt Music Hall off of main street at 18 Peconic Avenue

 in Riverhead, New York.


Back in the early 1960s, the Southold Dog Pound could be found at the Town Dump. It was a small, dirty, cinder-block building the size of tool shed with no air conditioning, and a very sad place for an animal to end up.

Along came a very small group of animal lovers who wanted to help the homeless strays in their community and thus formed the North Fork Animal Welfare League (NFAWL). With no funds and no shelter, they began their long, slow journey to provide a decent, temporary home for unwanted animals until their forever home was found. Fifty years later they continue to strive toward this mission to adopt out all of our community’s strays and surrenders.

By the 1970s, the League’s presence had grown bigger. More people became members and embraced the mission, and along with them came donations. The League and the people who supported it began to put pressure on Southold Town. These efforts provoked the Town to build a six run dog kennel in Peconic, and a dog warden was hired. Unfortunately, due to uncaring wardens and substandard building construction, the animals still received very poor care, and the building deteriorated. Something needed to be done.

In the late 1970s, New York State enacted a new Dog Control Law and for the first time, Humane Societies such as ours were given the right to contract with a Town to help enforce dog control laws and run the Town’s dog pounds.

In 1980, NFAWL was the one of the first not-for-profit organizations in the state of New York and the first Humane Organization on Long Island to contract with a town. Now, the League operates animal shelters for two towns — Southold and Riverhead.

The Nort Fork Animal Welfare League has dog control officers on hand 24 hours a day. They are called out at any time to pick up lost or escaped dogs and pick up lost companion animals. They also assist in rescuing wildlife.

The organization has an open door policy for their community’s dogs and cats without homes. They provide immediate veterinary care for the sick, and every dog and cat is vaccinated and gets a complete checkup. No companion animal is ever killed because it is homeless . . . EVER!

They have many programs available to the public including spay and neuter clinics, microchip clinics, and Feral cat spay and Neuter programs. They help local families keep their companion animals in their homes when they experience hardships. They also offer our community educational clinics such as humane education, bite prevention, dog training, dog therapy visits, etc. The list keeps growing.

To learn more information on how you can support, participate and contribute please visit main.nfawl.org

Your donations count!


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