The Towns of Amityville, Copiague, and Lindenhurst date back to the late 1600's when early settlers came to the South Shore of Long Island. By the 1800’s, each of the towns was established. Some interesting and informative facts about the areas we service:
In 1846 the Town of Amityville was founded. In March 1894, the Incorporated Village of Amityville was established.
Active Community Organizations include: Amityville Chamber of Commerce, Amityville Kiwanis Club, Amityville Jr. League, Rotary Club, Women's Club, and Historical Society.
Fundraisers and Community Activities include: The Rotary Apple Fest, Holiday Food Baskets, and Holiday Adopt a Family, The Annual Chinese Auction, The Annual Gift of Life Gala, Historical Society Fair, Community Health Fair, Holiday Tree Lighting and House Decorating Contest, July 3rd. Family Day Celebration, July 4th. Parade, Career Mentoring Day.
Amityville Village Beach combines ball parks, playgrounds, swimming and sailing lessons. In addition, the Village boasts a large, active Boating and Waterfront Community.
Copiague is a Hamlet in the Town of Babylon, on Long Island's South Shore.
In the 1800’s this Hamlet finally settled with the name "Copiague", an Indian name, meaning "Place of Shelter". In 1912, Guglielmo Marconi, inventor of the wireless telegraph, began his many summer vists to Copiague.
In the 1920's, an area south of Montauk Highway, which was named the American Venice was constructed in Copiague. It was designed to resemble Venice, Italy with canals and arched bridges. Local residents could be seen riding gondolas in the canals.
Active Community Organizations include: 911 Hometown Memorial Foundation, Town of Babylon Industrial Development Agency, Copiague Youth Council, Copiague Chamber of Commerce, and Copiague Kiwanis Club, Amity Harbor Civic Association, and the Great South Bay Estates Homeowners Association.
Fundraisers and Community Activities include: Networking Functions, Annual Business Expo, "A Mother's Kiss" for Childhood cancer patients, Copiague Key Club, Award winning H.S. Band Competitions, Sponsors for Childrens Breakfast Programs, Holiday Lights.
Copiague’s Tanner Park is the main point of interest in this Hamlet. It includes a beach, cultural and Senior Citizen Center, Boat marina, and Baseball and Soccer fields. In addition, there is a new Bandshell for summer concerts under the stars.
Lindenhurst began as the “City of Breslau”, and in 1891, became known as Lindenhurst. In 1923, it became an Incorporated Village. Today, Lindenhurst is the largest Incorporated Village in Suffolk County, and the 4th. largest in New York State. Venetian Shores Town of Babylon Beach has a children’s water park and beach restaurant with summer entertainment.
Active Community Organizations include: Lindenhurst Chamber of Commerce, Annual Business Expo, Toys for Hope, Lindenhurst Kiwanis Club.
Fundraisers and Community Activities include: Annual Holiday Installation and Dinner, Oktoberfest, Annual Spring Fest, Annual Business Expo, Tree Lighting, Toys for Hope, Networking Night on the Beach, Breast Cancer Walk, Mental Health Association Annual Drive, Blood Drive.
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