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Senator Lee Zeldin Hosts 3rd Annual Black History Month Celebration

February 24, 2014

Contact: Kara Cumoletti (518) 455-3570 or cumolett@nysenate.gov

Senator Lee Zeldin Sponsors Free Dental Screenings Funded by Briarcliffe College

On Saturday, February 22nd, Senator Lee Zeldin joined with Briarcliffe College in Patchogue to "Give a Kid a Smile.”

Senator Lee Zeldin Attends 3rd Annual Tri-Hamlet Community Day

Senator Lee Zeldin (R,C,I—Shirley) attended the 3rd Annual Tri-Hamlet Community Day, on  Saturday May 31st. The celebration was held to promote the hidden treasures of the community, including the Manor of St. George, site of American victory in Revolutionary War, and William Floyd Estate, home of a Signer of the Declaration of Independence. The other included sites were the grave of Revolutionary War General and Hero Nathaniel Woodhull, Wertheim Wildlife Refuge, and the TWA800 Memorial.

Senator Zeldin is pictured above at the Ceremonial Kick off with fellow elected officials, numerous other community leaders, as well as the Huntington Revolutionary War Militia.



Senator Lee Zeldin Speaks at Senix Marina

Center Moriches—On Friday, June 7, 2014, Senator Lee Zeldin (R,C,I—Shirley) joined local officials and community members for the Annual Blessing of the Fleet at Senix Marina. Senator Zeldin was a key speaker at the event’s opening ceremony and is pictured above with (from left to right) Dale Javino, Danny Rivera, Brookhaven Town Councilman Dan Panico, John Paul Ceramello, Sr. and Brookhaven Town Supervisor Ed Romaine.

Senator Lee Zeldin Addresses Annual Flag Day Ceremony

PATCHOGUE—On Friday, June 13th, 2014, Senator Lee Zeldin (R,C,I—Shirley) was the Guest Speaker at the Annual Flag Day Ceremony hosted by Patchogue Elks Lodge 1323. The ceremony included the singing of the Star Spangled Banner, America the Beautiful and God Bless America, and featured remarks on the history and importance of our nation's flag.

Senator Zeldin is pictured above with members of Girl Scout Troop 335 Patchogue who also participated in the ceremony.