Farmingville, NY – On Saturday June 3, Supervisor Ed Romaine attended the 6th Annual Tri-Hamlet Community Day celebration at the Manor of Saint George in Shirley. The event offered tours to some of the most historic sites throughout the Mastic, Mastic Beach, and Shirley communities. They included the Manor of St. George, the location of the “Battle of Fort St. George” during the Revolutionary War; the William Floyd Estate, birthplace of William Floyd, signer of the Declaration of Independence; tours of the Rita Rech Museum of William Floyd School District History and the Nathaniel Woodhull Cemetery. It also featured live music, and free hot dogs and soda provided by the Mastic Beach Property Owners Association. Supervisor Romaine’s visit to the Manor of St. George featured Revolutionary War Reenactment groups that showcased the uniforms and weaponry of revolutionary war soldiers, and provided demonstrations on the firing of muskets and cannons. Pictured left to right are Supervisor Romaine; William Floyd School District Board of Education President Robert Vecchio; Revolutionary War Reenactment Soldiers; Mastic Beach Village Mayor Robert Miller and Assemblyman Dean Murray.
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