Seaford community was hit hard by Sandy. But, like in many places across Long Island, volunteers have come out to assist their neighbors.
House barges on Ocean Avenue after superstorm Sandy
House barges on Ocean Avenue after superstorm Sandy in Seaford. (Nov. 21, 2012) (Credit: Howard Schnapp)
Beached and damaged house barges on Ocean Avenue
Beached and damaged house barges on Ocean Avenue after superstorm Sandy in Seaford. (Nov. 21, 2012) (Credit: Howard Schnapp)
A Nassau County contractor moves a beached houseboat
A Nassau County contractor moves a beached houseboat in Seaford to a marina where it can be repaired. (Nov. 21, 2012) (Credit: Patrick Whittle)

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Peter and Sally Kopher of Seaford hold each
Peter and Sally Kopher of Seaford hold each other while their house barge is moved. Repairing it will cost at least $50,000, they say. (Nov. 21, 2012) (Credit: Howard Schnapp)
Seaford resident Peter Kopher holds sign he found
Seaford resident Peter Kopher holds sign he found on his beached houseboat. (Nov. 21, 2012) (Credit: Patrick Whittle)
#Nassau County released a statement that it will
#Nassau County released a statement that it will move the houseboats to a marina. None will be demolished. Happy boat owners watched as cranes got to work. #Sandy #LongIsland #Seaford (Nov. 21, 2012) (Credit: Patrick Whittle)
Town of Hempstead employees Sal Lostrappo, right, and
Town of Hempstead employees Sal Lostrappo, right, and Rob Rugolo unload cases of water during a free mobile food distribution program at Seamans Neck Park in Seaford. More than 15,000 pounds of food, water and supplies were distributed to victims of superstorm Sandy. (Nov. 10, 2012) (Credit: Barry Sloan)
Bleach was among the items available during a
Bleach was among the items available during a free mobile food distribution program at Seamans Neck Park in Seaford. More than 15,000 pounds of food, water and supplies were distributed to victims of superstorm Sandy. (Nov. 10, 2012) (Credit: Barry Sloan)

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Infant formula was among the items available during
Infant formula was among the items available during a free mobile food distribution program at Seamans Neck Park in Seaford. More than 15,000 pounds of food, water and supplies were distributed to victims of superstorm Sandy. (Nov. 10, 2012) (Credit: Barry Sloan)
Robyn Anderson of Freeport is thankful after receiving
Robyn Anderson of Freeport is thankful after receiving items from a free mobile food distribution program at Seamans Neck Park in Seaford. More than 15,000 pounds of food, water and supplies were distributed to victims of superstorm Sandy. (Nov. 10, 2012) (Credit: Barry Sloan)
Freelance documentary photographer Tenney McClane, of Astoria, hangs
Freelance documentary photographer Tenney McClane, of Astoria, hangs her water-damaged photographs on a clothesline to dry in front of her childhood home on Neptune Avenue in Seaford. Thousands of McClane's photographs were damaged by flooding the home sustained during superstorm Sandy. (Nov. 3, 2012) (Credit: Barry Sloan)
June Rose's Seaford home, a house-barge she named
June Rose's Seaford home, a house-barge she named Junique, wasn't just damaged during Superstorm Sandy -- it was moved a quarter-mile and deposited on someone else's front lawn.(Nov. 7, 2012) (Credit: Newsday Patrick Whittle)
Red Cross Disaster Relief volunteers distribute hot food
Red Cross Disaster Relief volunteers distribute hot food to families affected by Superstorm Sandy at Cedar Creek Park in Seaford. (Nov. 1, 2012) (Credit: Danielle Finkelstein)

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