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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.
The next meeting of The Verona Beach Lighthouse will be July 10, 2016, 4pm at the
Sunset Grill Main St. Sylvan Beach.
There is a lot on the agenda and some important decisions need to addressed.
We need every ones impute, please try to attend.
NOTICE: Donate your good used household goods to The Verona Beach Lighthouse.
A&A Antiques and Treasurers has donated a booth to the Lighthouse to raise funds for the Lighthouse projects. Please call A&A at 761-4005 or Terri Knight 794-8545 to make arrangements to leave your donation at the store Main St. Sylvan Beach NY. Your donations are tax deductible. You can donate or shop the lighthouse store, all proceeds support the lighthouse.
The lighthouse also is looking for volunteers to help with the store. Please send us suggestions on a name for our store. We will soon have lighthouse merchandise available at the store, shirts, hats, blankets, cozies lighthouse stickers ect.
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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