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· The Sysop
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LIBBA Annual Meeting 2011 Sunday, March 6, 2011 · 10:30 AM - 3:00 PM

Hibernian Hall 27 Locust Ave, Babylon, NY

The Annual Meeting is LIBBA's yearly get together and all members are welcome. It is the yearly general membership meeting where the Association conducts its formal business.
Annual reports are made, ballot elections are conducted, awards and acknowledgements made. The annual fishing contest results announced and prizes are awarded. Awarded also is The Charles & Marie Hollins Scholarship to a selected recipient. Many annual meeting's have hosted guest speakers.

This meeting is also a general get together by the membership and an opportunity to meet up and renew friendships, purchase L.I.B.B.A. logo merchandise, renew membership, partake in raffles and enjoy lunch with friends.

Here are the directions from Sunrise Highway for those that are new:
Sunrise Highway to exit 40, Deer Park Ave. , go south until you reach Park Ave , make a right turn. At this corner is a Dairy Barn, (you will see a train overpass at this time too). After you turn right, you will a pass traffic light, just past traffic light you will see a sign on your left showing the words " Irish Cultural Center " turn left into parking lot. This is the Hibernian Hall parking lot....or you can turn left at N. Carll Ave off of Park Ave also (traffic light) go south one block turn right onto Locust Avenue.

To preserve beach access for mobile surf fishing and to conserve coastal and marine resources. Through collaborative community support, our services will enhance the general welfare of our community based beaches. By providing adequate coverage, we will protect the resources throughout the entire beach community. Our primary goal is to allow free access to the longstanding residents. Our efforts are guided by the following goals.

What is LIBBA about?

  • To preserve coastal resources.
  • To provide economic, educational and social benefits to our residents.
  • To develop methods and procedures that maximizes full inclusion of the protection of the mobile fisherman's rights.
  • To decrease the abuse of dunes, tidal areas and vegetated sections of the beach.
  • To protect and enhance the aquatic communities through marine conservation.

If you are not a member, consider joining. Stop by the meeting, ask for Bea and tell her your from LIF.

I am a member and will be in attendance, hope to see you there :)


· The Sysop
35,824 Posts
Discussion Starter · #2 ·
What a great event!

These folks are really working hard to ensure our beaches are protected. Being a member for many years, I can assure you that your membership goes a LONG way.

If you are into fishing, 4x4 and overall Long Island beach front, consider becoming a member.

They also host a jamboree and have prizes for largest fish caught yearly.

Consider joining if you are not a member already:


Be sure to let them know you are from Long Island Firearms. ;)
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