Local Woman Helps Bring Global Concern to Farmingdale
After Farmingdale resident Nancy Walsh watched the movie Hotel Rwanda, she said she could not believe that she was so unaware and uninformed about the genocide occurring in Rwanda at the time.
Bide-a-Weeís Pet Therapy Program Helps Hospice Patients Cope
Wantagh resident Francine Georgia adopted her pet poodle, Arlo, from the Town of Hempstead Shelter when he was just one year old. Little did she know they both would quickly be making a world of difference in many peopleís lives.
Registration for the summer PAL Baseball/Softball program will be held on Monday, May 7 at Howitt Middle School, West Cafeteria from 7 to 9 p.m. The summer Baseball/Softball season begins July 2 and runs through Sept. 1. It is open to children 5 years old to 17. For more information call the PAL clubhouse at 249-6825.
Farmingdale Baseball Honors Senator Hannon at Opening Day Parade
The Farmingdale Baseball League (FBLI) held its traditional Opening Day parade on April 29. New York State Senator Kemp Hannon was honored as this year’s Grand Marshal, an honor that is bestowed on a community member who has distinguished themselves as a true friend of the community and Farmingdale Baseball. Senator Hannon has always been supportive of the leagues efforts to provide the children of Farmingdale with a top-notch baseball program through his securing of state grants each year.
From the Desk of Mayor George J. Graf