3rd Annual Military Breakfast

Left to right honoring our high school seniors who will be joining United States Armed Forces after graduation.  Suffolk County Legislator Susan A. Berland; BOE Vice President Laura Carey, BOE President Nicholas Ciappetta, Whitman Principal John Murphy, BOE Trustees Linda O LaCara and Michele DeGaetano.
Left to right honoring our high school seniors who will be joining United States Armed Forces after graduation. Suffolk County Legislator Susan A. Berland; BOE Vice President Laura Carey, BOE President Nicholas Ciappetta, Whitman Principal John Murphy, BOE Trustees Linda O LaCara and Michele DeGaetano.
“This breakfast is our opportunity to thank you in advance for your valor and service and for representing your community with such great distinction,” BOE President Nicholas Ciappetta. “To express our heartfelt appreciation for your uncommon bravery, selflessness and love of Country.
“This breakfast is our opportunity to thank you in advance for your valor and service and for representing your community with such great distinction,” BOE President Nicholas Ciappetta. “To express our heartfelt appreciation for your uncommon bravery, selflessness and love of Country.
Mr. Carlo Giordano, right, and members from the American Legion Greenlawn Post 1244 help to honor our Whitman students left to right: Robert Gurr, Samantha Southard, Sean Wagner, Christopher Bias, Jared Zenie, Luis Baires, David Costa, and Michael Zimmerman.
Mr. Carlo Giordano, right, and members from the American Legion Greenlawn Post 1244 help to honor our Whitman students left to right: Robert Gurr, Samantha Southard, Sean Wagner, Christopher Bias, Jared Zenie, Luis Baires, David Costa, and Michael Zimmerman.
American Legion Greenlawn Post 1244 members congratulate each of our talented men and women who will courageously don our nation’s uniform and become part of the proud force that protects our security and liberty each and every day.
American Legion Greenlawn Post 1244 members congratulate each of our talented men and women who will courageously don our nation’s uniform and become part of the proud force that protects our security and liberty each and every day.

On Wednesday, June 6th, 2018, our South Huntington family paid tribute to our high school seniors who will be joining United States Armed Forces after graduation. These eight talented men and women will courageously don our nation’s uniform and become part of the proud force that protects our security and liberty each and every day. We commend our soon to be graduates on their commitment to service and with them “God’s Speed” in the years to come.

Luis Baires (U.S. Army)

Christopher Bias (U.S. Marines)

David Costa (U.S. Marines)

Robert Gurr (U.S. Navy)

Samantha Southard (U.S. Marines)

Sean Wagner (U.S. Marines)

Jared Zenie (U.S. Army)

Michael Zimmerman (U.S. Navy)