Category: Sayville News

Ryan Sweezey Receives Suffolk County News Appreciation Award!

The Greater Sayville Chamber of Commerce would like to congratulate Ryan Sweezey of Sweezey Photography for his well deserved, "Suffolk County News Appreciation Award!" Ryan has made incredible contributions with his unique photography and his capturing of events and moments that last a lifetime for our West Sayville and Sayville towns. We cannot be any [...]
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Sayville Welcomes Farmiture

The Greater Sayville Chamber of Commerce wishes to make an exciting announcement!! We are so happy to welcome and announce artists Nick and Nancy Groudas, owners and creators of Farmiture to our Sayville Main Street at the Thornhills location! Opening their gallery for a limited time April 1st thru May! Their unique exhibit includes a […]

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Eileen Tyznar, Sayville Chamber President awarded the Suffolk County News 2019 Inspiration Award!

Article by: Sam Desmond Photo by: Ryan Sweezey The best way to describe Eileen Tyznar’s role in the community would be “fairy godmother.” As someone who has enough titles to fill the calendars of at least five other people—chamber president, Rotarian, Pilot Club leader, CEO, mother, wife—Tyznar thrives on running at full throttle.  But despite […]

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Thank you to our Sponsors from Miracle on Main and Shop Small/Winter Wonderland!

We appreciate the following Sponsors! Thank you for your contributions. We thank our Gold, Silver, and Bronze Sponsors for their sponsorship....... Gold Sponsors California Closets Long Island Community Hospital TD Bank   Valerie Shivers Law Group TEACH Consulting Services Silver Sponsors Lighthouse Court Reporting Sayville Inn The Bristal Assisted Living The Monumental Group Bronze Sponsors [...]
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Paul Simon’s ‘Graceland’ bassist brings his tasty groove to Sayville Fall Fest

Paul Simon’s “Graceland” bassist Bakithi Kumalo headlines an array of musical talent performing this Saturday at Sayville’s daylong Fall Fest on Main Street. Perhaps best known for his groovy bass break on Simon’s mega 1986 hit “You Can Call Me Al,” Kumalo’s must-see-and-hear performance is at 2 p.m. on the Candee Avenue stage. “You Can Call Me […]

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