Ron Campsey Honored as Renovations Dedicated at Bay Avenue Marina in East Quogue - 27 East

Ron Campsey Honored as Renovations Dedicated at Bay Avenue Marina in East Quogue

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Town Councilwoman Cyndi McNamara cuts the ribbon at the pavilion opening ceremony on Wednesday. DAN STARK

Town Councilwoman Cyndi McNamara cuts the ribbon at the pavilion opening ceremony on Wednesday. DAN STARK

Cyndi McNamara cuts the ribbon at the pavilion ceremony. DAN STARK

Cyndi McNamara cuts the ribbon at the pavilion ceremony. DAN STARK

Plaque that will be placed at the pavilion. DAN STARK

Plaque that will be placed at the pavilion. DAN STARK

Group of Town Council members and other local officials at the ribbon-cutting ceremony on Wednesday. DAN STARK

Group of Town Council members and other local officials at the ribbon-cutting ceremony on Wednesday. DAN STARK

Left to right: Shana Campsey, Ron

Left to right: Shana Campsey, Ron "Ronnie" Campsey, Cyndi McNamara. COURTESY PAULA GODFREY

The newly painted building at the marina. DAN STARK

The newly painted building at the marina. DAN STARK

Left to right: Shana Campsey, Ron

Left to right: Shana Campsey, Ron "Ronnie" Campsey, Peter Shay. DAN STARK

Dan Stark on Jun 19, 2024
A ribbon-cutting ceremony was held at the Bay Avenue marina in East Quogue on Wednesday morning to celebrate renovations completed at the marina, and to dedicate a new pavilion built... more

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