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Posted on: September 11, 2018

Councilwoman Bonner Celebrates Grand Opening of “What’s for Dinnah” in Sound Beach

Owners and Jane Bonner in Group photo

Farmingville, NY – On August 26, Councilwoman Jane Bonner was on-hand to celebrate the grand opening ribbon cutting for “What’s for Dinnah,” located at 291 Echo Avenue in Sound Beach. This new business specializes in prepared, pre-cooked “take out “meals that can be heated up at home. Pictured at left are co-owner Irene Perri; Councilwoman Bonner; Sound Beach Civic Association president Bea Ruberto and Sound Beach Chamber of Commerce president Gary Pullakusky. Pictured at right are Councilwoman Bonner; co-owners Irene Perri and Parrie Anonsen; and Sound Beach Chamber of Commerce president Gary Pullakusky. “What’s for Dinnah” was opened in memory of Parrie’s son, Chris who unexpectedly passed away in April of this year at the age of 24.

Councilwoman Bonner said, “I am so happy for Irene and Parrie that they opened their new business. Sound Beach is a great community that supports small business and I encourage everyone to stop by and welcome them to the community.”

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