Wall Street titan turned scientist Alfred Lee Loomis created technology in his Tuxedo Park lab that helped turn the tide of WWII. Join us for a benefit where we celebrate this unique part of our heritage and get a glimpse inside the laboratory and home where history was made!
Please click on the images below for more information about the PBS documentary and the original book about these historic events.
Many thanks to everyone who attended and supported our bi-annual Progressive Dinner on November 3rd! The theme was "Alfred Lee Loomis: The Lab and the Library." We started at the lab where radar was invented during World War II, currently the home of Sheri Stephenson, then proceeded to various homes throughout the park for dinner, concluding with dessert and entertainment at the Loomis Library, currently the home of Claudia and Carey Turnbull. A special thank you to our co-chairs Jane Garofano and Lili Neuhauser. Please visit our Facebook page for photos of the festivities.