We were the first community on the west end of FI to participate in this
international coastal clean up. We received assistance from Keep Islip Clean, a
division of Keep America Beautiful. The effort was led by Sam Wood and Shelly
English and was meant to be a non political grass roots effort. In the early
1960s, garbage was burned in the backyards in a 55 gallon drum. George Helm,
the builder, would lend his truck for community clean ups of unburnable waste
that was dumped in a landfill just this side of the lighthouse. Sam Wood
explained his dream of using our small community as an incubator for futuristic
composting and recycling undoable in larger towns. The effort was an
75 town members collected 25 bags of garbage.
the troops - Instructions by Altieri
they are...started without me
habits learned young
we having fun yet?
Loves His Work
This is not debris!
of the Gum Wrapper
gonna get it
Can't get to it - foiled again! (pun intended)
Citrone does Kismet Version of "Snap & Bend" (Legally Blond)
we're done! Barred from breakfast.......too early
man suns while another works!
currently have raised $824 but are still accepting donations trying to reach
their goal of $1,000. for the Riverhead Foundation which recently changed their
name to NY Marine Rescue Center.
Did I tell you about the
Kismet Historical Society?† We're having our show & tell fundraiser October
Kismet Inn 2-4
bring show & tell
†and up to 6 pictures
labeled to be scanned that day
†minimum $30 admission