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BABYLON, NY (June 27, 2013) – In May, the students at the Babylon United Methodist Church Nursery School were visited by educators from the Fire Island Lighthouse.  The children learned about the history of the Fire Island Lighthouse and what life was like for those who lived there.


“We are grateful to the volunteers from the Fire Island Lighthouse for taking the time to visit our school since we were unable to visit the Lighthouse this year, due to the Superstorm Sandy.  The program that was presented to our four year olds was interactive and the children truly enjoyed it”, said administrator Lisa Murray.  The school, now in its 42nd year, serves 155 families.  The

school offers programs for 2 ½, 3, and 4 year olds in age- appropriate learning settings.

Fire Island Lighthouse volunteers and Nursery School children perform a rescue


Babylon United Methodist students perform a rescue on the Fire Island Lighthouse model

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