Hello Smith Point Alumni, fans, family and friends, The purpose of this page is to bring all of the Smith Point Alumni, young and seasoned, tall and short, living on Long Island or California or elsewhere together… Each summer, every-single one of us has a story to tell … how Smith Point changed you, helped […]Read More Smith Point Lifeguards … the beginnings.
By Matthew Robinson, CNN Updated 9:43 AM ET, Wed December 5, 2018 Plastic was found in the gut of every single turtle examined in a new study spanning the Atlantic, Pacific and the Mediterranean. (CNN) Plastic was found in the gut of every single sea turtle examined in a new study, casting fresh light on the […]Read More Microplastics found in gut of every sea turtle in new study
The Holiday Light Show OPENS TONIGHT!!! Come down to Smith Point County Park, 5-9pm, $20/car. (Credit/debit card only. No cash) Drive through this 1.5 mile long trail of lights and dazzling displays. After the show, stop by the Holiday Village, presented by J&B Restaurant Partners, to see the Santa you know and love! We’ll see […]Read More The Holiday Light Show OPENS TONIGHT
By Mike Busch The Moriches Inlet Dredging project pumped its last sand on to the beach on Wednesday. Crews from Weeks Marine are now breaking down the piping and getting all the heavy equipment off the beach.Read More PHOTOS AND VIDEO: MORICHES INLET DREDGING PROJECT WRAPPING UP
OFFICERS RESCUE BOATER Suffolk County Police Marine Bureau officers recently rescued a Babylon man from the Fire Island Inlet after his boat overturned in heavy seas. Marine Bureau Officer Erik Johnson, patrolling the oceanfront at Democrat Point on Fire Island, spotted the overturned hull of a boat in the inlet. Officer Johnson notified dispatch […]Read More Suffolk County Police Marine Bureau officers rescued boater
Many of California firemen and firewomen are Lifeguards, we want to extend our thoughts and gratitude for your work and sacrifice to save others. Please be careful and take care of each other and keep public safe!Read More November California fires
Jessy Duffy, class of 1999, heading home after a long 13 day deployment in the panhandle. In Jessy’s words: ”It was a humbling experience and one I will never forget. We worked hard and know we made a difference for the people up there. Thanks to the locals of Wewa (Wewahitchka) who made us feel […]Read More Jessy Duffy, class of 1999, helping out Victims of Hurricane Michael