Lighthouse Mission seeks cases of water for Long Island's needy

Pastor James Ryan, of the Lighthouse Mission, is urging Long Islanders to bring cases of water to the organization's donation center in North Bellport.

Pastor James Ryan, of the Lighthouse Mission, is urging Long Islanders to bring cases of water to the organization's donation center in North Bellport. (7/17/13)

NORTH BELLPORT - The sweltering temperatures are especially tough on Long Island's needy.

Pastor James Ryan, of the Lighthouse Mission, is urging Long Islanders to bring cases of water to the organization's donation center in North Bellport.

From there, the water will be trucked to food stations in an effort to help Long Island's needy beat the heat.

The Lighthouse Mission serves 3,200 meals per week.
 

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