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Next Meeting: Members meeting on June 4,
2017 at 2 pm at the lighthouse.
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The Verona Beach Lighthouse Association, Inc. is a non-profit public charity organization of community minded citizens dedicated to the restoration and preservation of this historic landmark.
The ongoing effort will provide not only a beacon for safe mariner travel, but also an educational facility relative to the history of the lighthouse since 1917 for generations to come.
Our organization was officially formed in the summer of 2002 by a few residents whose common goal was to “save” the lighthouse. I don’t think that anyone initially realized the magnitude of paperwork and documentation that would be required.
We are a community of concerned citizens with strong family values and we are proud of our many accomplishments. For more information about our history and who we are, please visit the About Us page.
You are cordially invited to join our membership and we are always interested in hearing your questions and comments.
Also, on July 2nd, we will be celebrating 100 year anniversary with the sister lighthouses and Lualla will be at our meeting to discuss the details of that event.
In August we will be participating in the Light Ship Weekend with Fred Legwiec, our very own Ham Radio person will be able to attend this meeting as he will be the one at the Lighthouse for that event. We will be needing volunteers for all events!
View our Fall Newsletter.
If you have any questions, please contact Mary Alice Rolfe at 687-0521.
Volunteers are needed, if you can give us 2
hours Aug. 20 or 21, please call Mary Alice.
The meeting will also be discussing the annual meeting and a slate for the
board of directors. Please if you have a person or if you would like to
serve on the Verona Beach Lighthouse board of Directors please email us
back or contact president Mary Alice Rolfe @ 315-687-0521.
News & Recent Events
The Verona Beach Lighthouse Association hosted the Camden Boy Scouts.
The Boy Scouts helped clean up the lighthouse grounds. Jr. board member John Olmstead told the scouts about the history of the Erie Canal and the importance the lighthouse played in the history of New York. From left to right: Kohlby Narolis, Brandon Smith, Spencer Coleman, Alex Lints, Scout Master Daniel Domachowske, Tyler Domachowske, assistant Scout Master Wayne Lints.
Project Clean Sweep at the Lighthouse - 4/23/2016
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