Home History Shenorock Club Mid-1900s History Shenorock Club Mid-1900s MyRye.com September 3, 2012 0 65 Facebook Twitter Email Shenorock Shore Club, Mid-1900s Facebook Twitter Email Previous articleRye Rec Summerfest is SundayNext articlePunting 1037 BPR, Capital for Capital Projects: Items on the Rye City Council *Special* Agenda for September 5, 2012 MyRye.comhttps://myrye.com RELATED ARTICLES History Rye & the 1918 Epidemic Déjà vu and the Spanish Flu? MyRye.com - March 17, 2020 0 Guest Column by Suzanne Clary, President, Board of Trustees - Jay Heritage History repeats itself. Or does it? In 1918, local Westchester papers anxiously tracked... Read more History George Washington & Rye MyRye.com - February 17, 2020 0 Happy President's Day. If you don't know - Rye is teaming with American history. Back in the day George Washington stayed at The Square House, at that... Read more History Jay Heritage Write-Up on African American Cemetery Tour MyRye.com - October 21, 2019 0 Jay Heritage has a nice write-up of the recent open tour of Rye's African American Cemetery: (PHOTO: The open tour at Rye's African American Cemetery.... Read more Today’s Shenorock Shore Club is the combination of two previously independent clubs. The building shown here was once known as The Seahorse Yacht Club. And across the street was The Milton Point Casino which featured beach activities and competitive tennis. Both eventually fell into financial distress and disrepair and a group of local citizens formed a buyers syndicate and founded Shenorock Shore Club. As it turned out, near the end of “The Roaring ‘20’s,” the ‘Casino’ hired a young Harvard graduate from New Bedford, Mass for several summers to teach tennis to members and run tournaments. He made many local friends and when he finished medical school and his ophthalmology residency he looked for a way to return to Rye. And eventually he did – and that’s how our family first came to Rye. Reply LEAVE A REPLY Cancel reply Please enter your comment! Please enter your name here You have entered an incorrect email address! Please enter your email address here Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment.