On the Blue Point Avenue bulletin board Jill Pollo has a wealth of facts about Lincoln’s life, career and Presidency. Brenda Kirschenheiter’s family collection of antique valentines is carefully shown in the LeCluse case. Abraham Lincoln’s and George Washington’s birthdays are recognized in colorful and informative displays organized by Historian Gene Horton in the hall cases.
Christina Harney’s articles on the Blue Point Avenue bulletin board celebrate Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.’s birthday and events of his good work. Information about the 150th Anniversary of the signing of the Emancipation Proclamation is shown in the LeCluse case. Gene Horton’s latest book and his previous publications are showcased in the west case. Shown in the east hall case is a community service project called BAGS OF HOPE a Ministry of the Bayport Methodist Church.
At the Blue Point Avenue bulletin board a patriotic exhibit by Blue Point Brownie Troop #217 salutes Veterans. A Barbie Doll parade marches in the LeCluse case. Also hanging in the hall is a memento of WW2. In the west case the Jayne Lattin Post #2913 has an exhibit honoring Veterans. The east case displays mixed media belonging to Monica Friedrich.
Walter Petrule’s photos of our St. Patrick’s Day community parades are featured on the Blue Point Avenue bulletin board. It is St. Patrick’s Barbie Doll party time in the LeCluse case. Projects created by the Blue Point Home Makers are displayed in the west Hall case and the 100th Anniversary of Our Lady of the Snow is celebrated in the east case.
Information about the Association of American University Women is shown in the LeCluse case. Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. is remembered in Christina Harney’s exhibit at the Blue Point Avenue bulletin board. 1939 Worlds Fair memorabilia collect by Tim Tomasina is in the east hall case. The west case holds Tim Tomaisna’s memorabilia collection of the 1964 Worlds Fair.