Huntington Manor Fire District is a local Fire District which serves…More the residents of Huntington Station, New York.</p>
<p>The Fire District protects 14 square miles on the North Shore of Long Island, New York. The Fire District is governed by a Board Of Fire Commissioners. The Board of Fire Commissioners consists of Five (5) Commissioners, each member is publicly elected to a five year term.</p>
<p>Each year on the second Tuesday in December a public election is held at Fire District Headquarters.</p>
<p><strong><em>Senior Fire House Attendant</em></strong><br>Vincent Bifano<br>Phone (631) 427-1669 press 4 </p>
<p><strong><em>Department Chief's Office</em></strong><br>Phone (631) 427-1629 press 2<br>Fax (631) 427-1727</p>
<p><strong><em>Sub Station #2</em><br>2100 New York Ave.<br>Huntington Station, New York 11746</strong></p>
<p><em><strong>Sub Station #3</strong></em><br><strong>1 Totten Court<br>Huntington Station, New York 11746</strong></p>
Bethel AME Church 291 Park Ave, Huntington, NY11743 The Bethel A.M.E. Church is the oldest African-American Church in Huntington, and is also one of only two North Shore…More African Methodist Episcopal Churches still holding services.<br />The Church has served as a center of African-American community life for over 156 years.<br />The original incorporators of the Church were brickyard workers employed in the Crossman Brickyards on Huntington's West Neck. Unfortunately, the Church's early records were destroyed in a fire. The founders of the church and their families are buried in a small church-yard cemetery located to the rear of the church. Eleven headstones survive, but archaeological study has shown that graves lie beyond marker locations.<br /><br />The Church purchased the property on which it is currently located in 1844 from the Huntington Methodist Church. The Huntington Methodist Church had erected a small house of worship there in 1837-38 that had more recently been used by them for Sunday school classes.