Farmingville, NY – On June 14, Councilwoman Valerie M. Cartright attended the Eighth Annual Cumsewogue Historical Society Heritage Day at Boyle Road Elementary School in Terryville. The event, organized with the assistance of Principal Rob Pearl, is conducted for the entire fourth grade in the Comsewogue School District. During Heritage Day, the students learn about Port Jefferson Station, Terryville and Echo history through artifacts, demonstrations and presentations from local residents.
Top left photo: The Oral History Project Presenters seated left to right are Terryville residents Richard DeHart; Ed Loder and Audrey Agnew; and standing left to right are Comsewogue Historical Society Secretary Jacki Smith and Councilwoman Cartright.
Top right photo: Comsewogue Historical Society President Jack Smith answers questions as students make connections.
Bottom photo: Members of the family run Gladysz Farm bring a dozen of their farm machines, including antiques, to demonstrate hay baling. The Gladysz Farm is the last of the working farms which once were abundant in Terryville.
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