Farmingdale to Unveil September 11 Memorial Monument Sketch and Location
Members of the Farmingdale Community Summit Council, together with officials of the Village of Farmingdale and community residents will gather on Wednesday, Sept. 11 to unveil a rendering of a monument to be built in honor of those who lost their lives in the tragic events of September 11, 2001. In addition to remembering those lost, the monument also honors those who risked their lives saving others. A ceremony that evening is scheduled to begin at 7 p.m. at the Farmingdale Public Library on Merritts Road in Farmingdale. During the ceremony, a sketch of the monument will be unveiled to residents and the site in which the structure will eventually call its home will be dedicated.
One Year Later-
As the one year anniversary of the September 11, 2001 attacks on America approaches, local houses of worship are planning special services and/or memorials to honor those who perished last year and to support the families and friends of the victims. Local houses of worship offering special services include:
Columbus Lodge Wins 2002 Arthritis Foundation Tourney
The Columbus Lodge #2143 Golden Lions were crowned champions of the 2002 Arthritis Foundation Softball Tournament on a sunny afternoon at Cantiague Park in Hicksville. The Aug. 10 tournament, now in its fifth year, ended with a Dave Saviano catch in right-centerfield and a 16-4 victory over the two-time defending champions from the accounting firm KPMG.
Ron Heller and John Schmidt to Headline Hawks Dinner
The Farmingdale Hawks are proud to announce that former Hawk Ron Heller, Thorpe Award Winner, NCAA National Champ at Penn State and pro football player with Tampa Bay and Philadelphia and 1969 World Champion New York Jet John Schmidt will be the keynote speakers at the Hawks 40th Anniversary Dinner scheduled for Saturday, Sept. 7 at the Stuart Thomas Manor.
Assemblyman Labriola Announces World Trade Center Medical Screening Program
Project Liberty To Offer Free Support Services on September 11