The Shoreham Village Association was formed by the residents of Shoreham, NY to improve the quality of life of all its residents through education, communication, and social programs.
President: Allie Pijacki
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During the American Revolutionary war, a brave group of patriots based n Setauket helped to win the war. In Manhattan, they gathered information about British forces and sent it across Long Island Sound to General Washington.
Sat 12/3/16 4:30: Jim Misewich, Esther Takeuchi, Amy Marschilok: "Solar Energy"
What role will solar energy play in our lives and how will we store solar energy when it’s dark? For young people: What is a career in science like?
TSVA PROPOSED SLATE OF OFFICERS FOR 2017
PRESIDENT - ALLIE PIJACKI VICE PRESIDENT – JEAN JORDAN-SWEET
VICE PRESIDENT - DONNA SMITH RECORDING SECRETARY- LAURA MILLER
CORRESPONDING SECRETARY - MIMI LUCCIO TREASURER - MIMI OBERDORF
2016 Membership Donations
2015 – 2016 EVENTS ( 9 EVENTS)
TOTAL INCOME 2015 – 2016
2015 Annual Meeting
Post Office Box Rental
Web Hosting for Two Years 2015 & 2016
Welcome Materials and Welcome Book
TOTAL EXPENSES 2015-2016
1/1/2015 – 10/23/2016 INCOME MINUS EXPENSES = $ 1,164.86
Account Balance In Astoria Bank 10/23/2016 = $ 5,856.42
In the winter season, when the Village Hall is not so busy, TSVA presents cultural or educational events in the Hall. Since 2014, there have been lectures, documentary films, staged readings of plays, a puppet show, a CPR training session, and a Show and Tell by Shoreham residents about their hobbies.
Lectures are recorded on video and posted on the TSVA website, www.shorehamtsva.org, so if you miss a lecture, you can see it the next day on the web. Most people who attend donate $5, enough to pay for refreshments, royalties, and other expenses. Generous special donations by residents have provided audio-visual equipment, which is also used by the Village government.
The first TSVA Event of the 2016-17 season is today: a lecture about Long Islanders gathering information for General Washington about the British military forces who occupied New York City during the Revolution.
This year we've helped about ten individuals by driving them about 250 times. There are plenty of us who are eager to help, more than are listed on the magnet. We all are happy to not only drive someone, but to do errands for them. Anyone who needs a ride down to a Club or Village event should not hesitate to call us. AND, of course, we'd be pleased if they asked us for a drive to TSVA's events this winter.
The TSVA Welcome Committee has been greeting new residents for over twenty years. Visiting with friendly smiles and lots of helpful information about our community, the committee aspires to deliver a neighborly welcome message and extend a hand to orienting our new friends about all our village has to offer. A gift bag with loads of Village info and presents from the Country Club and TSVA top off our good wishes. So if you know of a new neighbor, surely give us a call so we can drop in to deliver our good tidings and good cheer.
TSVA Communications Committee sends a variety of informational messages to all Shoreham Village residents:
TSVA Fall & Spring Newsletters include: official information from the Board relating to projects, meetings, and membership.
TSVA*FYI Newsletters include: a calendar of events for and featuring our Village residents; expanded articles in “AROUND THE VILLAGE”; community services and activities in “BEYOND THE BRIDGE”; information about the various SHOREHAM VILLAGE CLUBS meeting dates, contact information. This is a community Newsletter; residents are encouraged to send in Village related or personal articles, photos and other "bits of information" to firstname.lastname@example.org. (-:Please, no business advertisements. Thank you :-).
TSVA*FYI e-mailblasts are always available for posting more time sensitive information (ex: lost cats, club meetings, yard sales, etc.). Contact: email@example.com
TSVA Website www.shorehamtsva.org keeps Villagers up to date and provides videos of TSVA recent events for viewing.
Friends of the Parks Commissioner
This is the second year that the Friends of the Parks Commissioner (FOPC) has been operating in the Village. It consists of a small group of neighbors who volunteered to come together to do some jobs around the neighborhood that the Parks Commissioner and we considered beneficial to the area. As volunteers, we supplement the work done by the commercial landscapers without incurring additional costs.
We recently participated, in an advisory capacity under the leadership of Mary Schwartz, to work in the sump on Circle Drive that is important in the mosquito control and drainage; performed volunteer weeding in areas near the cliff and the hillside area below Beach Road leading down to the sound. It was estimated that the 2015 weeding program saved approximately $4000 in landscape services fees.
Some of the ideas that we are considering for next year include: reduction of invasive plants; and native plant restoration, i.e., returning certain areas to native plants and trees.
The Friends of the Parks Commissioner is always looking for neighbors to join our group. People may contribute as much or as little work as they want, and we always ask for ideas that might be implemented over the next few years.
THANK YOU FOR BEING A PART OF TSVA