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13th Annual BVCA Brunch - January 26, 2020

Remember life before social distancing?

Our Brunch/Auction at Unqua was very well attended. The outpouring of support for Wesley C. Powell and the late Everett “Ken” Budd was sincere and overwhelming. Both men exemplified the community commitment that makes our Village special. The BVCA was pleased to offer plaques to the honorees (or their representative) and rose bouquets to their spouses. Presentations were also made by Village officials and Town of Babylon Councilman DuWayne Gregory to the honorees and their families. Here are some pictures from the event.

Once again, thank you for the many donations to the auction as well as your continued support. Special gratitude to the entire committee and our musical duo….Margaret and Meghan Brooks.


AMHS Scholarship Application


Car Parade


The Chamber of Commerce initiated a food donation to staff members at Massapequa Rehab and South Oaks. The BVCA and other community organizations made donations towards this community project. A Car Parade, starting on Louden, is being organized for Monday at 11 A.M. See the attached flyer for details. Chamber President, Jeff Erath, asks that we make signs or banners to thank healthcare workers and first responders. Many thanks to the Chamber and all involved. It takes a Village...... Stay safe, Joan



Safe Social Distancing & Outdoor Activities FROM AMITYVILLE VILLAGE HALL With warmer weather ahead, please note: By way of an executive order and as a precautionary safety measure, beginning today, Monday, March 23rd, 2020, Amityville Police Department will have the authority to disperse groups of people/children in Amityville Village that exceed the guidelines of the State of New York and Governor Cuomo’s directive as well as Suffolk County’s directive which is listed below: • Gatherings should be 10 people or less • Minimum of 6 foot distance between people • Any outdoor sports should have a wide separation (min. 6 ft.) between participants. Close quarter sports (such as team basketball, baseball, soccer, and lacrosse) are unacceptable. Governor Cuomo is also considering a plan to reduce gatherings of people at parks throughout New York State as well and we will share any new information with you. Please contact Amityville Police Department at 631-264-0400 to report inappropriate gathering situations. Thank you for considering the safety of your neighbors.


Socially Distant Hug

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