Davis Town Meeting House Society, Inc.

This Saturday, Sep 22nd !!!!!!!! 
                                           7th Annual 

                  YARD SALE & CRAFT FAIR 



January 2018

Suffolk County Legislator Sarah Anker awarded the Davis Town Meeting House Society with a $6,000 grant check from the Suffolk County Legislature. The grant is a Suffolk County Legislative Omnibus Grant; a reimbursement type grant that will assist with the funding of building supplies for renovation and restoration efforts along with community outreach programs. 


The Lester H. Davis House, circa 1750, is located at the junction of Middle Country Road and Coram-Mt. Sinai Road in the hamlet of Coram, New York. The color picture you see above in the masthead shows the completed exterior restoration efforts as of late 2012. The Lester H. Davis House (historically known as the Davis Town Meeting House) is owned by the Town of Brookhaven. Completion of the interior will be a multi-year effort due both to the extensive scope of work as well as to the financial restoration demands. 
pictorial video journey of the interior is available by clicking on Videos / PhotosYou will quickly see the magnitude of the effort required to restore this wonderful historic landmark. This will be the primary effort and goal of the Davis Town Meeting House Society, Inc. working hand-in-hand with the Town of Brookhaven Department of Parks & Recreation. For more information on the Society, click on About Us
We have completed the floor plans for the interior design. For a peek at the basic layout, click here.
Membership in the Davis Town Meeting House Society is open to everyone. You will just need to have an interest in being part of the restoration of the historic Lester H. Davis House to its original splendor! 
All donations made to the Davis Town Meeting House Society, Inc. are eligible for tax deduction under our IRS 501(c)(3) status.

IRS 501(c)(3) letter

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