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Dee Deluca of Shirley, Nancy Froth of Riverhead, Olga Turner of Aquebogue, Kathleen Walsh of Aquebogue and Ann Beauman of South Jamesport, Maddy Cavaluzzi of Calverton and Donna Trojanowski of Jamesport.
Faux-fur trimmed red suits and battery-operated necklaces were the preferred attire at the second annual Riverhead Santacon, held at downtown bars and eateries on Saturday.
Hundreds of revelers enjoyed drink and food specials at watering holes along Main Street from Crooked Ladder Brewing Co. to Sonoma Grill.
Wristbands were needed to participate, the proceeds of which benefit The Bread and More Soup Kitchen and the restoration fund for the First Congregational Church of Riverhead.
Attendance estimates were not immediately available.
To see some of the below pics in print, pick up the Dec. 10 copy of the News-Review.
Vera Chinese has been the editor of northforker.com and northforker magazines since May 2014.
Prior to that she spent two and a half years as a staff reporter for the New York Daily News.
She joined the Riverhead News-Review as a staff writer in January 2010 and was named Associate Web Editor nine months later.
She previously worked for the Southampton Press Western Edition and was named the third place 2008 Rookie Reporter of the Year by the New York Press Association. She graduated from Wagner College in 2006 where she received a bachelor's degree in English. She earned a master's degree in English education from New York University in 2007.
She is a 2002 graduate of Eastport High School and has lived on the East End for more than 20 years.