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May 26, 2014: Memorial Day Parade: It was a beautiful day in downtown Sayville, New York to host a parade to celebrate and honor all who have served our country and our community.
Sayville High School Class of 1963: 50 Year Reunion:  Held at Island Hills Country Club in Sayville on October 5, 2013
Sayville High School Pre-Prom 2013: Could not photograph all of the seniors at the Islip Grange as I had done for the past 4 years, but I did get the opportunity to capture some memories for a select group. We had fun with a variety of poses. We sent them off to have "just enough" fun at the prom, a terrific summer, and much luck in the upcoming 1st year of college!

Sayville High School Pre-Prom 2012 It was a very steamy evening, but all of these terrific ladies and gentlemen maintained their cool throughout. Thanks to the PTA for volunteering and running this event for the seniors and their dates. It made a very special day even more special. Congratulations to all of the graduating seniors!
It was another spectacular day to take a fishing trip. This year, there were lots of "keepers" as fishermen, old and young were reeling them in quickly. This successful fund raising event provides scholarships and assistance for those in need - all in memory of Albert J. Schaufler, III.
The "Dash For A Cure" is a 5K and "fun run" fund raising event. The proceeds go to the Schwachman-Diamond Project that is working on finding a cure for this debilitating disease. To find out more information, and to make a donation visit http://www.dashforacure.org/what-is-sds. Due to the great turnout, we're that much closer to finding that cure!

Sayville High School Pre Prom 2011: Another threat of rain turned into yet another beautiful evening. That threat forced the photo session back under the portico at the Middle School. The guys and girls looked simply stunning! The citizens of Sayville raise some really special kids! These photos serve to prove that statement! Congratulations to all of the seniors who have turned the page to begin another new chapter in their lives!
A Civil War encampment appeared on the grounds of the Islip Grange for the weekend of September 25-26. Members of the 67th New York Volunteer Infantry hosted the event. Members of the 9th Virginia, 30th Virginia, 14th Brooklyn Co. H, and 10th New York Cavalry made the trip out east as well. These fine folks have set up camp and are more than willing to share their knowledge about the Civil War. We learned quite a bit by observing demonstrations and by engaging the participants in casual conversation. Everyone who can should stop by to learn more about this crucial time in our nation's history. For more information, please visit www.newyorkcivilwar.com

After a threat of a thunder storm, it was decided to abandon the regular "Islip Grange" venue and move to the portico of the Sayville Middle School. As it turns out, the weather held up and in fact got quite steamy. All of the seniors and their dates were looking so good! All dressed up with a great place to go - the Senior Prom! A very memorable event - we hope that everyone had a wonderful time.
Cut and paste this link into your browser to view and listen to a slideshow: http://rayfosterphoto.myshowit.com/2010sayvillepreprom/index.html
"Atta Pepper 2010" - the 7th annual fishing outing to benefit the "Albert J. Schaufler II Memorial Foundation." Al Schaufler spent his life providing encouragement and support to everyone he met. The foundation continues his efforts by providing scholarships and financial support to some very worthy individuals and organizations. Al's loving pat on the back followed by an "Atta Pepper" was confirmation that one was doing the right thing and trying his best. Everyone who participated in any way just received an "Atta Pepper" from Al. It was a great day!
Sayville, NY: The Fire Department commemorates the fallen, and wets down its new vehicles.
Sayville, NY: Memorial Day Parade and Ceremonies on Main Street
Lots of rain this weekend, but the sun shined brightly on this great fund raising event.  The cute kids, the families, the teams of walkers, the volunteers, the entertainers, and the speakers all contributed to making this a memorable day.  I felt honored to be able to capture so many of their images in these photographs.  Please enjoy the photos and visit www.autismspeaks.org to find out how you can help this worthy cause. 
Sayville Sr Prom 2009
These are the pre-prom portraits taken at the Islip Grange on June 25.  The Sayville PTA organized the event, and rented the carriage that makes the perfect prop for these photos.  All of the ladies and gentlemen were so impressive in their evening garb, and they were absolutely terrific to work with.  We wish everyone a very enjoyable summer and great memories of their Sayville High School careers.  Congratulations!
Click on the photo above to view all of the photos and/or to order reprints. 
Also copy and paste this link into your browser to view a selection of these photos in a slide show (turn on your speakers!)
Please enjoy!

After a late start, the rains came.  The fish liked being wet, so everyone else joined them.  Thanks to some very considerate planning ponchos were provided to all participants.  The camera took a bit of a bath, so this abbreviated version will have to do for this year.  Overall, a very enjoyable day that benefited a very worthwhile charity.  Atta Pepper!
Once again, thanks to Mike, we had great seats to see the Yankees beat the Washington Nationals.  This time it was a come from behind victory.  As much as I miss the old Stadium for nostalgic reasons, the new Stadium is really magnificent! 
Damon didn't quit catch Dunn's home run, but Melky stole a double as he slid across center field with the ball barely in his glove.

It was "Sunrise Drive" night at Citibank Park.  The LI Ducks played the Newark Bears and won in come-from-behind style.  The highlight of the evening was the presentation of the colors by our Cub Scouts and the rousing rendition of the National Anthem by the Sunrise Drive Select Chorus.  The rain held off and everyone seemed to have a great time!  Thanks to the PTA for putting it all together.

A day like I remember as a kid.  Parade through town followed by a pick-up game at the local ball field.   What a great way to start off the summer.
 Final season at "the old" Yankee Stadium.  This game on Aug. 30 was only 12 from the final game.  Our friend, Mike gave us some excellent tickets - box seats between home and third.  Weather-wise it was an excellent day, but the Yankees managed to turn a 6-2 lead into a 7-6 loss.  Farewell to a grand old facility - forever "The Stadium!"
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