Blogger Roundup: The Neighborhood Blogosphere

A recap of posts from our diverse pool of neighborhood bloggers.

The Sachem community has no shortage of opinions, and our guest bloggers on Patch regularly contribute to the vibrant conversations that take place in the barber shop, on the street corner or in the parking lot after a school meeting. Patch brings those conversations into one meetinghouse. Here's a roundup of the latest blogs in our community.

Usually its the CEOs of companies that sit at a table as a server places a dish of food in front of them, but as James Bernstein blogged, at the Courtside by Marriott hotel in Ronkonkoma the tables were turned.

CEOs were serving guests at this charity dinner, which raised funds for Angela's House, an organization that offers aid and support to families with medically fragile children.

Click on this human-interest blog to find out which CEOs were at the event to serve food.

In an exciting new development Patch has now partnered with SCORE, an organization design to help local businesses with information, promotion and advice on how to grow your business.

Whether you're a jewlery or run your own arts and crafts business out of your home, Patch believes that its platform can help local commerce in every community. Read this post if you're a local business owner and looking to get involved with Patch and SCORE.

Meryl Ain, our education doctor, blogs about her recent experience at both national conventions, and more recently, the teachers' strike going on in Chicago at the moment.

Ain looks at how the unions might be choosing a poor time to begin a labor movement, given the economic climate. She also directs readers to other sites that have looked at the impact of the strike on economically disadvantaged kids and their communities. Read this blog and feel free to join the discussion.

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