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Pines Conservation Society 4th Annual Sunday Brunch & Silent Auction

September 6 @ 11:00 am - 1:00 pm


Pines Conservation Society Fourth Annual Brunch & Silent Auction celebrates the new dune, and honors FIPPOA President Jay Pagano and FIA President Suzy Goldhirsch. The $75 per person ticket includes brunch, bar and auction privileges. Book early, seating is limited. Social distancing rules will be observed. Tickets available at PinesConservationSociety.org


PCS wants to thank everyone for their continued support during this annus horribilis.

It started out well with our tree project.  Almost 100 trees were sold this year…double the previous year.

Then COVID hit and our most popular project, GO Native, had to be cancelled.  The GO Native tour will be back next year with an exciting program developed in conjunction with the National Park Service.

Now that New York State and Suffolk County have begun to reopen, we are grateful to be able hold our annual fundraiser:  Sunday Brunch & Silent Auction on September 6th at Whyte Hall.  Although significantly scaled back with social distancing enforced, we are celebrating the completion of FIP’s new dune by honoring community members who helped make it happen:  FIPPOA President Jay Pagano and FIA President Suzy Goldhirsh.

Only a handful of tickets remain which we expect to be swept up in the next few days.  Tickets will not be available at the door.

The remaining tickets are available at the link below.  You can also make a donation at that link, too.


Thanks again for your continued support.


About the Author
Shoshanna M.

Shoshanna M.

Shoshanna McCollum is editor of Fire Island News. Author of two books, and award-winning journalist for multiple Fire Island and South Shore Long Island publications since 2000, she resides year round on Fire Island with her husband and many cats.


September 6
11:00 am - 1:00 pm
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Whyte Hall
577 Fire Island Blvd
Fire Island Pines, NY 11782
(631) 597-6060


Pines Conservation Society