Strong's Neck
Civic Association,
Setauket, New York
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2016 NOTE: Meeting days and times are 7:00 pm, the third Tuesday of the month.
No more meetings are currently scheduled.
MAY Meeting Notice

The Strong's Neck Civic Association board meets at the Setauket Neighborhood House. All are welcome to attend the meetings. The Setauket Neighborhood House is located at 95 Main Street, opposite the Mill Pond, in Setauket, Long Island, New York.

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Strong's Neck is a peninsula of land on the north shore of Setauket, Long Island, New York. Originally known as "Little Neck," it was purchased from the Setalcott Indians in 1662. In the late 1700's a Strong family member married into the Smith family. The Smith property, which included most of Little Neck, was bought at auction by the Strongs and thereafter became known as Strong's Neck.

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