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The 1st edition of the Town of North Hempstead's
Aircraft Noise Education and Outreach Committee Newsletter is now available at

Please click on the links below to view archived copies of the Thomaston Bulletin

Summer/Fall 2022 Newsletter

Village of Thomaston Bulletin - Spring 2022

2015 Thomaston Bulletin - Dedication of the Robert Stern Village Hall

2010 Thomaston Bulletin

2009 Thomaston Bulletin

Memorial Day Parade 2022

The Village of Thomaston Board of Trustees. along with fellow community leaders, honored our military
men and women who died in service to our country.

Pictured (left to right); Ethan Pilip, Town Council Woman Veronica Lurvey, Nassau County Legislator Mazi Pilip,
Thomaston Trustee Burton Weston, GNP Mayor Ted Rosen, Thomaston Mayor Steve Weinberg,
Thomaston Trustee Aaron Halpern, GN Mayor Pedram Bral, GN Trustees Eli Kashi, Bart Sobel & Steve Hop.
Not pictured: Thomaston Trustee Karen Lynne Siegel who attended the ceremony at the Village Green.


2019 Great Neck Memorial Day Parade
  Mayor Steven Weinberg is pictured at the far right. 


Congratulations to Village of Thomaston resident
David Emilio Mollon II on achieving the rank of Eagle Scout!

On Saturday, March 2nd, David Emilio Mollon II, along with two other fellow Scouts
from Boy Scout Troop 10, were recognized for achieving the rank of Eagle Scout,
the highest rank in the Boy Scouts of America. 

For his Eagle Scout project, David
converted the former St. Aloysius Food Pantry
 into a multipurpose meeting room and classroom for use by the parish’s community
outreach program and for the Great Neck community as a whole.

Please join us in recognizing David for his achievement and his service to the community.

David Emilio Mollon with Mayor Steven Weinberg and his parents




When the Village sent out the notification that the Village Hall would serve as a donation site for Hurricane Harvey relief, we had no idea that the response would be overwhelming.  Donations of non-perishable food; bottled water, baby food, formula and diapers; personal hygiene products; and cleaning products came pouring in immediately following the Swift911 email and continued throughout the two week donation drive.
At the end of the drive, we filled eight large boxes, the most donations of all of the sites
coordinated by Senator Phillips!

Thank you to all of the residents who made donations and to New York State Senator Elaine Phillips who, in partnership with Island Harvest, organized this effort!

Senator Phillips & Mayor Weinberg  Mayor Steven Weinberg  Senator Elaine Phillips 


Congratulations to Village Historian, Leila Mattson on being selected for the Town of North Hempstead's Women's Roll of Honor!

On Wednesday, March 29th, Leila Mattson, along with 15 other honorees, was recognized
for her service to Thomaston and the Great Neck community at the
24th Annual Town of North Hempstead Women's Roll of Honor.

Leila Mattson has served the Village of Thomaston for over forty years.  She has been the Village Historian since 1976, served as a member of the Planning Board and Landmarks Commission, and she is the author of the Village's history blog. Leila was member of the Thomaston Bicentennial Committee which authored and published and informal history book of the Village, a copy of which is posted on the
"Village History" page of our website.

In the Great Neck Community at large, Leila is one of the founding members of the Great Neck Historical Society and currently serves as its Vice President for history.  She has performed hundreds of hours of historical research, including fulfillment of requests from all over the country, and has presented lectures for the historical society.  Mrs. Mattson is also the co-author, with Alice Kasten, of the book Great Neck, part of the Images of America series published by Arcadia Publishing and the History Press.  In addition to her volunteer work, Leila worked as a reference librarian at the Great Neck Library for 36 years.

Please join us in recognizing Leila Mattson for her role in preserving the rich history
of Great Neck and for her tireless devotion to volunteering her time in the Village of Thomaston.

2017 Town of North Hempstead Women's Roll of Honor

  Leila Mattson with Mayor Steven Weinberg                A small group of honorees with Town Officials and Mayor Weinberg