On Sunday, April 25, the Girl Scouts of Nassau County will host its inaugural “Girls Go the Distance” family walkathon and fundraiser at the Jones Beach Boardwalk, according to Oyster Bay Town Councilman Anthony Macagnone.
After losing their starting defense last year, the Lady Daler’s lacrosse team went against a big rival, Massapequa. At 22:25 Danielle Doherty scored for Massapequa as the Lady Chiefs controlled the ball the first five minutes of the game, and had the Lady Dalers on defense.
Swimmers of all skill-levels are invited to enjoy a fun-filled morning while raising funds for a worthy cause at Winthrop-University Hospital’s Ninth Annual Swim-a-Thon on Sunday, April 18 from 7 to 11:30 a.m. at Hofstra University’s Swim Center. Open to swimmers ages six and older, the Swim-A-Thon will raise vital funds for the Hospital’s Child Life Program through which certified Child Life Specialists utilize play and education to improve the understanding of medical procedures; teach relaxation techniques to help the patients cope with illness or surgery, and provide emotional support for the entire family.
Join the Farmingdale Relay for Life for a skating fundraiser on Sunday April 18, at United Skates, located at 1276 Hicksville Road, Seaford between 6 and 8:30 p.m. for this fun skating event.
The Farmingdale Rebels, now a GU16 team, have been competing in college showcases since last August and college coaches are now scouting many of the players on the team.
Recently, the team competed at the March Mania Tournament in Baltimore, Maryland. They competed against teams from New Jersey and Pennsylvania, winning two games and tying one. Unfortunately the team lost in the championship match but it marked the third time in the last four tournaments that the Rebels have made the finals. The Rebels have practiced outdoors all winter and the dedication and commitment they have displayed is now showing on the field.
The Rebels are now a premier team and play in the Presidents League against teams from Long Island and upstate New York.
Congratulations to 26-year-old Franklin Diaz of Farmingdale, who scored as the 13th finisher overall and second in the highly competitive 25-29 age group in the 33rd annual Nationwide 10 Kilometer Run for ASPIRE, held on the roads of Plainview and Old Bethpage on March 27.
The Lady Dalers Lacrosse team, defending 2009 New York State Champions, defeated Planedge 17-8 recently to start the 2010 season.
Applications are now available for the 23rd anniversary Runner’s Edge, Town of Oyster Bay Triathlon, Long Island’s largest triathlon, and perhaps the most athlete friendly, multi-sport event in the country. Fifteen hundred athletes representing 12 states participated in the 2009 edition of the Triathlon and an equally big turnout is expected for 2010.
The Farmingdale Hawk cheerleaders held their annual award ceremony at the Milleridge Inn last month. It was a time for the younger girls to celebrate, as the 6-year-olds received their championship trophies, and a time to reminisce for the 13-year-old graduating seniors, who in keeping with an almost 50 year tradition, received graduation plaques from the organization in thanks for their hard work and dedication through the years.
Walkers, runners and wheelchair racers are asked to join in the 6th Annual Race for Spinal Victory to be held at Wantagh High School, on Sunday, April 18 at 9 a.m. Participants can choose to tackle the 5K distance at a run or a walk. Raffle prizes, including a giant flat screen TV, will also be awarded. Proceeds from the event will benefit the Testaverde Fund for Spinal Cord Injury, Inc. (TFSCI) and the Long Island Spinal Cord Injury Resource Center, Inc. which offers support and assistance to the victims of spinal cord injuries and their families.
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