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December 24, 1999

  • NEWS: Sewanhaka Students Win Local Art Contest

    Pathways to Women's Health of Manhasset recently honored three outstanding artists from Sewanhaka High School. The students, competing with other local high school artists created artwork celebrating a kinder, gentler, and healthier millennium. Michael Grisaitis earned first place honors winning a $225 award. Michael is currently a junior and is planning a career in psychology, he will continue taking classes in the visual arts. Two juniors won honorable mention, Christine Tully, who hopes to one day be a physical education teacher, and Samantha Roman who would like to pursue a career in psychology. FULL STORY

  • NEWS: Mayor's Message

    On Friday, Dec. 31, the Millennium Mile will be held with midday activities celebrating the last day of the century. At 11:45 a.m., those interested in rollerblading down Tulip Avenue can join in the fun when the event starts at Key Food on Covert Avenue at the intersection of Tulip Avenue. Then at noon, you can walk or run in the historic mile that ends directly in front of the village hall. The police, fire, public works and recreation departments of the village will all be involved to make the day a safe and fun experience. Remember, best costume awards and special salute for oldest male and female participant. FULL STORY

  • SPORTS: Knights of Columbus Bowling

    On one of the most explosive nights in the long history of the half-century-old Knights of Columbus Bowling League, the local Caseys pounded the Sterling Lane pins to a frazzle, posting unbelievable scores, while promising that "there's more to come!" FULL STORY

  • OPINION: Dogs Help the Disabled

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