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Legislator Trotta Welcomes Kings Park Resident to Sing the National Anthem at Dennis Cannataro Summer Concert Series

Concert Series which is held every Thursday at 8pm on the lawn of the main library in Smithtown through August 17.

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Stephanie Lupo of Kings Park with Suffolk County Legislator Rob Trotta and Smithtown Councilwoman Lynne C. Nowick.

Photo by: Office of Suffolk County Legislator Rob Trotta

Smithtown, NY - July 11, 2017 - Songs in the Attic, a Billy Joel Tribute Band, opened the Smithtown Library’s Summer Concert Series which is held every Thursday at 8pm on the lawn of the main library in Smithtown through August 17. Each Thursday a local resident sings the National Anthem. “The concerts are free and this is a great opportunity for families to relax, hear some great music and support our local businesses,” said Suffolk Legislator Rob Trotta. “At the July 27 concert, we will be collecting unwanted musical instruments for the non- profit, Hungry for Music, or residents can drop them off at my office at 59 Landing Avenue, Suite 1, Smithtown before that date,” added Legislator Trotta.
 
In case of inclement weather on the day of the event, please go to www.smithlib.org or call 631-360-2480, ext. 231 after 3pm.
 
Stephanie Lupo, of Kings Park, sang the National Anthem and is pictured above with Suffolk County Legislator Rob Trotta and Smithtown Councilwoman Lynne C. Nowick.
 
Legislator Robert Trotta represents the 13th Legislative District, which includes Smithtown, Fort Salonga, Kings Park, San Remo, Nissequogue, Head of the Harbor, and St. James, as well as most of East Northport and parts of Northport and Commack.
 
Legislator Trotta serves on the Legislature’s Economic Development, Environment, Planning & Agriculture, Health,Public Works, Transportation & Energy, and Ways & Means Committees.