BELLPORT BITES BACK
For too many years, Bellport residents and their guests have endured annoying and potentially harmful mosquitoes on our beaches. This growing infestation has lowered attendance, marred the experience, and severely curtailed use of the beaches.
The Bellport Village Program Fund has secured permission from the appropriate regulatory agencies to treat for mosquito control at Ho Hum and Mother’s Beaches, and the Bellport Village Board of Trustees has approved implementation of this plan.
Village Program Fund REACHES Bite Back GOAL!
Due to the incredible generosity of Bellport residents, we are very pleased to report that the preliminary Bite Back goal of $20,000 has now been met. We have been spraying for mosquitoes at Ho Hum and Mothers beaches and we can look forward to mosquito free beaches this summer, thanks to the support given to the Bellport Village Program Fund for this project.
The BVPF has now expanded the project and is raising more funds to install greenfly traps on the beach and at the snack bar at Ho Hum. We are also developing more projects as funds are raised so please support our great organization.
The Bellport Village Program Fund is dedicated to projects oriented around improving life in Bellport. We hope you will continue to support us as we look forward to many years of service to the citizens of the Village. Visit our website and contribute funds and your ideas for future projects.
Cocktails on the Bay Celebrates The Bellport Village Program Fund
Saturday, August 25th, over 100 guests gathered at the home of Roger and
Sava Thomas to celebrate the generosity of those who have contributed to all
the highly successful projects of The Bellport Village Program Fund.
Here for more information and photos from the event.
Bellport Village Program Fund
P.O. Box 215
Bellport, NY 11713
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