Community Giveback Celebration A Huge Success - 27 East

Community Giveback Celebration A Huge Success

authorStaff Writer on Sep 20, 2021
Peconic Landing’s Community Giveback Celebration on September 12 raised $20,350 for the Greenport Fire Department. Funds were contributed by participants of the 15th annual John May Mile and 5K Race,... more

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