Catholic Charities Senior Center Observes 'I Care' Week
The Catholic Charities Senior Community Service Center at Our Lady of Lourdes Church in Massapequa Park observed "I Care" Week from May 14 to 18.
Local High Schools Bring Trout to the Classroom
On Thursday, May 10, several students from Farmingdale and Massapequa High School released approximately 75 brook trout, the native trout species of Long Island, into Massapequa Creek as part of the Úquot;Trout in the ClassroomÚquot; program sponsored by the Long Island Chapter of Trout Unlimited.
Amateur Softball Association Hall of Fame Honorees
Oyster Bay Town Supervisor John Venditto recently honored Amateur Softball Association, Southern New York/Long Island District 8 Hall of Fame Honoree Jerry Loeber of Locust Valley and honoree Frank G. Janoscak of Farmingdale for their hard work and dedication with the association, which has aided the growth of softball on Long Island and in the Town of Oyster Bay, during the Long Island Hall of Fame Installation Dinner. Also on hand was Commissioner Bruce Weinthal.
Columbus Lodge Grind Out First Win in New League
For the Sons of Italy-Columbus Lodge #2143 softball team, the 2001 season has been a journey to rediscover the explosive bats and splendid defense that carried them to last year's second place finish in the South Shore Softball League. This year, having dropped their first three games in their inaugural season in the Nassau Conference Men's League, the Lodge's Golden Lions took a step forward by grinding out an impressive 11-7 victory over "Club 21 12."
To the Voters of District #22
From the Desk of Assemblyman Labriola