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Janine Tinsley-Roe,
Founder/Executive Director
P.O. Box 219, Bellport, NY 11713
631-286-2262
email: jetinroe@gmail.com


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Hello Friends,

While we are all reflecting on how much our families and friends mean to us this Season,   I ask that you keep the Shinnecock-Sewanaka Society in your thoughts and gift giving.

Donations can be sent to P.O.Box 219, Bellport NY 11713, or through the paypal button on the right. Remember that we are a IRS 501c3 organization, so please be generous!

We can only achieve the Cultural Center goal if you support it.

Tabutne . . . Blessings and Peace,

Wishing You All a Merry Christmas and Happy New Year!

 
 

SHINNECOCK SHAMROCK
Journal

A not for profit founded in 1996 to provide a community support system, to promote and provide cross cultural education for our members
and the general public.

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SOCIETY UPDATE OF THE MUSEUM
AND COMMUNITY FUNDRAISING PROJECT

Since 2009, The Brookhaven Town Caithness Community Fund Has Donated $69, 900.00 toward The Building Project And $68,500 Toward The Purchase Of The Adjacent Property.   
The Purchase Of The Poperty Was Finalized January 7, 2011.

In Order To Move Forward We Need An Additional $100,000.00.   This Will Include Additional Site Plan Changes:  Zoning Code Requirements, A Modern Cultural Facility,
and Administrative Costs. 

We Need Your Support Now To Make This Project A Reality.

While The Team Continues To Work Diligently, We Need Your Financial Support.  
Please Be Generous.  Donations Can Be Made Through Paypal or By Check Payable To: Shinnecock-Sewanaka Society, 14 North Howells Point Road, Bellport, New York 11713.


 


 

 
 

About Us . . .

We are the descendants of Shinnecock priest Paul Cuffee and the Poospatuck leaders that advised the founding fathers of the U.S. Constitution, William Floyd, James Madison, Thomas Jefferson to name a few. Our organization is about preserving Native American history on Long Island. It is about instilling pride and building self esteem to our Native American members and providing young people with a culturally sensitive support system to enable and empower them to succeed. We provide educational programs and workshops on Native American Indian Culture, eastern Algonquin history, music, dance, interpretation of our language, health and healing alternatives and relaxation circles.

We are a 501c3 grassroots organization and rely on the generosity of the private donor. We receive no other funding from either tribal government. Your donations have provided help with heating homes, funerals, our grandmother's fund, and program support. Our visibility will increase once we have #304 Station Road completed and the Museum & Gift shop open.

Donations can be sent to the society at: P.O. Box 219, Bellport, NY 11713.

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