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WS Commerdinger, Jr. Park Kiosk Installation
Corner of Edgewood Ave and Audubon St
December 1st, 8:00 AM to 4:00 PM

Dear Friend and Supporter,
   Thank you to all of our existing members and a warm welcome to our new members. Your support helps reach the goal of preserving this parkland for your family now and future generations.
   Please be aware that your membership renewal and/or your donations, are tax deductable contibutions and may be remitted with the form enclosed in the Newsletter.
   We are making great strides towards our goals for maintaining the Park and ultimately restoring the Farmhouse on the land.
   We have been awarded several Suffolk County Grants to begin the stages to apply for status on the State & National Registry of Historic Places. Once this is accomplished, we can start moving forward on the building. We assure you that our work will always respect the history and the integrity of the land.
   The site contains an 1810 Historic Homestead once owned and occupied by some prominent Long Island families with notable historic recognitions; The Smiths, The Hallocks, The McCormicks and most recently, the Commerdingers. The Park is located in Nesconset, north of Lake Ronkonkoma and nestled within the 90 acre preserve known as Lily Pond Park.
   Through Grants and contributions of your generosity, we have begun to work with the Suffolk County Water Authority to run water back to the park. Water will help with the safety of the area and will be in place as we seek to adopt a gardening project with the Cornell Institute. One-Hundred percent of all money raised goes directly into Restoration and Preservation efforts.
   We hope that you can set aside some time this new year to consider supporting our cause.
   Please consider membership, brick engraving or just a donation. We appreciate all you can do.

Peace & Earth's Blessings,

Michael Fallacara, Director


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Our Address

   Next Ice Cream Social
Sept. 20th, 2014
Cleary School for the Deaf, 7:00pm

Opening Day

Nesconset Day Sept. 7th, 2014