ROCKY POINT, NY – Suffolk County Legislator Sarah Anker recently presented the Rocky Point Historical Society with a $7,583 grant, which is awarded to organizations that benefit tourism and/or cultural programming in Suffolk County.
“I want to thank the Rocky Point Historical Society for their hard work that enables our community to celebrate and learn about our local history,” said Legislator Sarah Anker. “It is thanks to the organization’s passion to preserve Long Island’s history that The Noah Hallock Homestead is maintained and accessible.”
The Rocky Point Historical Society strives to gather, preserve, display and make available for study artifacts, relics, books, manuscripts, papers, photographs, and other records and materials relating to the history of the State of New York and particularly of Rocky Point and its environs, from earliest times to the present Additionally, they encourage and disseminate a greater knowledge of the history of the State of New York and particularly Rocky Point and the surrounding area through lectures, exhibits and publications. For more information, please visit their website at http://rockypointhistoricalsociety.org/.
For more information, please call Legislator Anker’s office at (631) 854-1600.
Pictured - Suffolk County Legislator Sarah Anker (center) at The Noah Hallock Homestead in Rocky Point, with Historical Society Members: (left to right) treasurer Ken Krapf, recording secretary Susan Bevington, president Suzanne Johnson, vice president Charles Bevington, corresponding secretary Rory Rubino, trustee Edith Mahler, trustee Janice Bambara, and Masey the dog.