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  BVCA End of Summer Party

Carney's Irish Pub & Restaurant

Tuesday, September 19

5 pm - 7 pm

 

  

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BVCA Scholarships Awarded

On June 1, the Senior Awards ceremony was held at Amityville Memorial High School. Among the many worthy recipients were four students recognized by the Bay Village Civic Association. They were (in alphabetical order) Christina Brown, Madison Daly, Reginald Merriwether, and Eshwatti Sookram. Community service was an important factor in granting scholarships to these students, as well as their student records. Congratulations to all the winners. It was a very difficult choice. The Bay Village Civic Association will continue to also provide opportunities to render service to the community. Pictured are the students flanked by BVCA Board members Edria Parks and Diane Mellish. More information about the Bay Village Civic Association may be found on Facebook and the web site www.bayvillagecivic.org. This group represents residents of the Village of Amityville.
 

Ketcham Preserve Cleanup

Press Release Productive May 20 Preserve Clean Up A group of forty students from Amityville Memorial H.S. volunteered to assist the Bay Village Civic Association clean up the Woods Preserve on Saturday, May 20. This hidden gem, on the north side of Merrick Rd. is a well- deserved recipient of their efforts. Although the Village DPW attends to it when needed, there is always more that can be cleared. Efforts are made to be careful and not disturb too much of the natural beauty and animal habitat. Through the cooperation of Jodi Wilsher, advisor to the National Honor Society, as well as members of the BVCA, the students achieved an improvement for the community’s benefit. Also in attendance was Lasheca Lewis, on behalf of NYS Assemblywoman Kimberly Jean Pierre. Deputy Mayor Kevin Smith was present with good wishes and congratulations. Following the Preserve Clean-up, all the volunteers proceeded to the H.S. to prune beds and add new plants, as needed. Red was a prominent color in recognition of the school colors. You may have noticed the red and white geraniums, visible from the street, encompassing the electronic sign. Following the completion of their efforts, pizza and refreshments were served in the school lunchroom. The delicious pizza was supplied courtesy of the BVCA and Raimo’s. All agreed it was delicious! Look around the next time you are at the H.S. Everyone hopes you appreciate the landscape improvements.

 

 

 

 

2017 BVCA SHREDDER EVENT

 

 
 
 

POLAR PLUNGE

 

 

 

Barbara Strick, a member of the Board of the Bay Village Civic Association, will participate.  She is part of Team Michael, follow this link to her personal page.

 

http://csun.convio.net/site/TR/PolarBearPlunge/General?px=1005421&pg=personal&fr_id=1363

 

EVENT DATE: Sat. March 11th, 2017
Plunge: 12 PM
Registration: 11 AM
Location: James Caples Memorial Park Beach, Amityville, NY

 

 

Camp Sunshine is pleased to announce the 2017 Long Island Polar Dip . We believe that together we can send many more children with life-threatening illnesses and their families to our one-of-a-kind retreat in Casco, Maine.

 

With the strength of an event such as the 2017 Long Island Polar Dip and the resources of Camp Sunshine, it is our goal to raise in excess of $20,000.00. That is enough to send 8 families to Camp Sunshine.

 

All participants who raise at least $100 will receive a highly coveted "I DID IT" event t-shirt. 

 

Too scared or too smart to take the plunge? There’s the option to participate in the “Chicken Dip” – where you’ll only need to dip your toes in! 

 

http://csun.convio.net/site/TR?fr_id=1363&pg=entry

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

BVCA 10th Annual Brunch

Many members and residents enjoyed conversation, brunch and an auction at the BVCA 10th Annual Brunch on Sunday, January 29th.  Village Historian Bill Lauder was our special honoree. 

 

 

 

 

 
 
 
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