Year in Review
While only four of the year's events were captured on camera, our 1999 schedule was as busy as last year's including our first holiday party, our first march in the NYC St. Patrick's Day Parade, our first time at the Neshaminy Civil War Reenactment, and first Living History on the Gettysburg Battlefield with the Mifflin Guard. We had plenty of local activity such as the living history at Stony Brook Museums, honoring soldiers buried at St. John's Church in Oakdale, and, of course, a multitude of school programs. The architecture of the regiment continued apace with the acquisition of our first Regimental flag from Steven Hill and the construction of our website. As for the camera, we have here are 2nd Civil War Weekend at Hallockville Farm (written up in the New York Times), the 135th Anniversary of Cedar Creek, our Thanksgiving at the Grange, and an impromptu trip to Pamplin Park in Virginia. The 67th NY, First Long Island ended the 1990s on a high note.