July 25th, 2017 – On an unseasonably cool Tuesday night, Nesconset residents and other community members gathered at the Nesconset Gazebo to hear The 90’s Band bring them the sounds of Third Eye Blind, Alanis Morissette, The Cranberries, Bush and many more classic 90’s bands. Tom Guise, a student at Sachem North High School volunteered to sing the National Anthem, but the crowd was treated to a beautiful renition of Lee Greenwood’s God Bless the USA, sung by Smithtown community local John Zollo to honor the troops serving this great country.
Little Miss Nesconset did her weekly duty of selecting the fifty-fifty winner, a local veteran. The proceeda went to the Nesconset Chamber of Commerce. “I’d like to thank Tom and John for opening today’s concert up, The 90’s Band for their music, Little Miss Nesconset for her help today, and each and every one of you for making this concert a success,” Legislator Kennedy stated. “Thank you all for attending, and I hope to see you at the same time next week for our next act with the New Millennium Jazz Band.”
The New Millennium Jazz Band will be playing jazz, swing, latin, rock and funk next Tuesday, August 1st, at the Gazebo. For any questions about this concert or other events feel free to contact Leslie Kennedy’s office at (631) 854-3735, and do not hesitate to reach us online at [email protected] or facebook.com/legislatorlesliekennedy.
Suffolk County Legislator Leslie Kennedy represents the 12th Legislative District, encompassing Smithtown, Nesconset, Hauppauge, the Village of the Branch, Lake Grove, parts of Commack, Ronkonkoma, Lake Ronkonkoma and Centereach. Legislator Kennedy was born and raised on Long Island, is a former nurse and small business manager, and has dedicated her life towards the betterment of our community. She currently serves on the following Committees: Budget and Finance, Education and Human Services, Government Operations, Personnel, and Information Technology, Health, Parks & Recreation, Public Safety, and Veterans