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November 21, 1997

  • NEWS: North Hempstead Dems Mull Future

    In the wake of the staggering defeat of Oyster Bay Town Supervisor Lewis J. Yevoli in this year's county executive race and in light of Republican victories in the local town board and town clerk races, North Hempstead's Democratic leadership will meet twice this coming weekend in their first attempt to regroup and develop a strategy for 1999.

  • NEWS: O'Connor Wins, Goes to Disney World

    James O'Connor, the new town board member-elect and a lifelong Carle Place resident, is the first to admit that it was corny, but that didn't stop this year's top vote-getter in North Hempstead from celebrating his victory last week with a hastily planned trip to where else?
    Disney World.

  • SPORTS: Adelphi Men's Basketball Starting New Season

    At the end of last season, the Adelphi University men's basketball team was not only knocked out of the NCAA National Tournament (for the third time in as many years), but lost two key starters (point guard Denny Gimpel and forward Ray Williams) to graduation.

  • SPORTS: Knights of Columbus Bowling

    Slowly but surely the Floral Park Knights of Columbus bowlers are scaling the heights to the pin-spilling level of which they know they are capable. The uncharacteristic letdown of a few weeks past has been completely forgotten as the local Caseys attack the lumber in true Council 2345 fashion, putting up the numbers they know their efforts can and will produce.

  • SPORTS: H. Frank Carey Sports

    Lady Seahawk Tennis Team Captures Conference Crown
    Lady Seahawks Receive Post Season Honors

  • SPORTS: Sewanhaka High School Sponsors Volleyball Marathon

    The Sewanhaka High School Girls' Athletic Association will be sponsoring a six-hour volleyball marathon on the evening of Nov. 21 Students will be raising money for the Ronald McDonald House and the Kelly Dolan fund. This year, participants hope to raise $3,000. According to marathon organizer Ellen Forman, the event "benefits all because there is something in it for everyone."

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