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Posted on: May 25, 2022

Councilman Panico Celebrates Moriches Bay Project's 10th Anniversary

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Farmingville, NY – -Brookhaven Councilman Dan Panico (right) recently presented a proclamation to members of the Moriches Bay Project in special recognition of the environmental nonprofit’s 10th anniversary. Founded by Westhampton residents and friends Laura Fabrizio (center) and Aram Terchunian (not pictured), the Moriches Bay Project works to improve the water quality in Moriches Bay through oyster farming and education. Since being established in 2012, the group has planted more than two million oysters in the bay and made numerous educational presentations at local schools. After a decade, the Moriches Bay Project remains committed to “saving the bay, one oyster at a time.” Councilman Panico made the presentation at the organization’s annual fundraiser, the Bayside Fete, held at Moriches Yacht Club in Center Moriches. Also pictured (left) is Moriches Bay Project volunteer Anthony Sferrazza.
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