Farmingville, NY - On November 16, Councilman Michael Loguercio (back row, fourth from left) visited Szuster Farms in Yaphank to celebrate the 100th anniversary of the family-owned and operated business. The farm was established in 1920 by Polish immigrants Kazimierz and Teofila Szuster and at its height, grew to 280 acres of land, including the homestead, woodland, pasture and farmland. Over the years, they have grown a wide variety of produce, including potatoes, cabbage, tomatoes, peppers, sweet corn, garden vegetables, hay and more. Pictured with Councilman Loguercio are five generations of the Szuster family.Councilman Loguercio said, "Congratulations to the Szuster Family on this incredible milestone. Thank you to the several generations of hardworking family members who have tirelessly worked these fields and produced food to feed countless numbers of people throughout the years. This farm and this family, are very special to our community."