2013 WINNERS ANNOUNCED

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City Island Images is once again proud to announce the winners of this year's City Island Society of Clam-diggers and Mussel-suckers. This annual award is given each and every year to any and all exemplary City Island community citizens, who receive the most votes and highest community support.

This year's award recipients are the late and great Bob Branizza and Ed Sadler.

The City Island Society of Clam-diggers and Mussel-suckers was formed to recognize those exceptional individuals who, have made extraordinary contributions to the character and quality of their City Island community and culture.

Below are the criteria:

Individual has served in an active role for at least ten years.
Individual is either a clam digger, or a mussel-sucker in good standing.
Individual demonstrates a keen understanding of City Island's history.
Individual promotes civility on and inside this fabulous island.
Individual serves as a role model for other islanders, as well as visitors.
Individual demonstrates high level of concern for members of this community.
Individual should be actively involved above and beyond his/her specific job requirements.

The winning recipients are presented with cash and a personalized certificate.

City Island is a small nautical community in The Bronx, which has a New England-type culture that makes it appear much different from other parts of New York City.

A native City Islander is a “Clam digger” . A non-native City Islander is a “Mussel sucker.”

We would like to thank all of those who took time to offer their nominations to:

admin@cimages.me

City Island Images PO Box 147 City Island NY, 10464

This year's winners are Ed Sadler, along with Bob Branizza. Both of these fine gentlemen were long time City Island residents, distinguished patriarchs and proud City Island property owners.

City Island Images is delighted to bestow this acknowledgement posthumously to these City Island gentlemen. The awards will be sent to their surviving children, who have already been notified.