HUNTINGTON, NY - April 20, 2011 - On Wednesday, May 25, 2011, Family Service League invites the community to join them in their 60th Annual Sammis Family House Tour of five beautiful homes in Cold Spring Harbor, Lloyd Neck, and Huntington Bay. Guests can enjoy the day at their own pace and visit each home in any order they would like and can stop for a luncheon at The Chateau of Historic Coindre Hall in Huntington. Tours will take place from 10:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m.
These interesting homes offer some new interior design ideas for your own home while supporting Family Service League's programs. Tickets for the tour are $55 in advance and can be purchased by phone by contacting Jennie Sandler at 631-427-3700, extension 255 or email firstname.lastname@example.org. Tickets can also be purchased online by visiting www.fsl-li.org. The luncheon at Coindre Hall can be added for $30. Tickets may be purchased the day of the event at Coindre Hall for $60.
The Sammis Family House Tour will help Family Service League ensure that all families on Long Island have safe housing and the skills to maintain a productive lifestyle through a number of community-based programs.
About Family Service League: Family Service League (FSL), founded in 1926, is a not-for-profit, community based human service agency assisting more than 47,000 people each year. FSL serves individuals from infancy through the senior years and families, and offers 46 programs in 15 locations. Family Service League has five Family Centers - located in Huntington, Huntington Station, Bay Shore, East Yaphank, and Riverhead -where families can come and receive assistance to address a broad range of needs. Other program sites are located throughout Long Island from Huntington to Greenport to East Hampton. FSL is credentialed by the Council on Accreditation for Children and Family Services (COA) for meeting the highest standards of best practices and quality services for individuals and families. For more information, call 631.427.3700 or visit the Family Service League web site at www.fsl-li.org.
Photos of some of the homes can be found at: http://hldnow.com/Pr/page/HouseTours.asp