Lindenhurst family keeps holiday traditions after Sandy

The Ceglia family's home was destroyed in the superstorm.

The Ceglia family's home was destroyed in the superstorm. (12/26/12)

LINDENHURST - A Lindenhurst family hosted Christmas dinner at their home despite the extensive damage that Sandy caused.

The Great South Bay barreled into the Ceglia home during the superstorm. Nearly two months later, the family was able to keep their holiday tradition through hard work.

The Ceglias gutted the basement and rebuilt their home after they were displaced for one week.

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