In Port Washington for their 60th High School Reunion, some Schreiber classmates had an informative and interactive tour on Sept. 8 at the Sands-Willets House.
Led by the Cow Neck Peninsula Historical Society’s curatorial director, Joan DeMeo Lager (a Schreiber graduate herself), the Schreiberites learned much new, and often surprising, information about how Long Islanders supported the war on WWI’s Home Front and how Long Island women aided in winning the war and the vote!
The “WWI: The Home Front’s” extensive exhibit will run into Nov. , and offers 75-minute guided tours. For more info and tickets, visit www.cowneck.org. Submitted by Cow Neck Peninsula Historical Society, [email protected]