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February 3, 2013 - Super Storm Sandy Update #2

As you can see from the photographs above, we are well underway with the repair and restoration of the Club's west wall from the damage done by Sandy.  Many thanks to Dave Riley and Richie Grim, and also to Paddy McChesney and his talented crew, who have helped make Quantuck better than ever -- despite recent single digit temperatures on Dune Road.

Here's to Summer 2013!  We are counting the weeks 'til opening day!

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November 1, 2012 Update - Super Storm Sandy Update #1

Dear QBC Members:

Dave and his crew worked incredibly hard last weekend to secure the club for Sandy. Everything that could be was battened down or tucked away in anticipation of the storm. Unfortunately, Quantuck did sustain some damage, as you can see by the attached photographs provided by Dave Riley and James Ridgely. None of the damage, however, will get in the way of our reopening for the summer of 2013.

I would discourage you from visiting the Club at this time. Obviously, the movement of the west wall has created a dangerous situation. Should you decide to head down to Quantuck, which, again, we discourage, please use the employee parking lot entrance to the east of the club.


We will keep you posted on any further developments. We hope you and your families are safe, warm, and dry!

On behalf of the Board,
David Rowe

Summer 2012, Sandy and Since

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THE HISTORY OF THE QUANTUCK BEACH CLUB
By Meredith Murray

The Quantuck Beach Club opened officially on September 21st, 1927, with the issuance of its Certificate of Incorporation. But its history really began 50 years earlier, at Mary Foster's Homestead Inn at the foot of Foster Lane in Quiogue.

Soon after Mary King Foster decided to take summer guests into her family's 100-year-old homestead in 1874, the boarding house became a popular vacation spot whose clientele included a number of prominent Presbyterian ministers as well as schoolteachers, most of them from Brooklyn. In time a number of these families built their own cottages nearby. "The Fosters sold to Presbyterian ministers," according to Ted Conklin, Jr. "[Former Homestead guest] Rev. Woodbridge got his friends -- schoolteachers, ministers, people who were looking for quiet -- to come to Quiogue. They were called the Brooklyn Presbyterians -- they were all friends, and they kept asking more of their friends."

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