It's Campaign Time in Glen Cove
The mayoral race in the City of Glen Cove might have had its unofficial start last night, as most members of the Republican ticket were in attendance at the city council meeting, as were supporters wearing "Morey for Mayor" campaign buttons. It wasn't until statements made by the Republican candidates during the public comments section of the meeting that Democrats made their presence known as rumblings ran through the audience at various statements.
Landing School Report Card Reviewed by BOE
Superintendent of Schools Dr. Mary Ellen Freeley began the Glen Cove Board of Education Meeting on Monday, June 23 with a presentation to June's Teacher of the Month, Ed Norris, music teacher at the high school. Commenting that while Mr. Norris is new to the district this year, Dr. Freeley added that "he has made a tremendous impact on his students. He took the chorus to a NYSSMA competition and they won a gold medal with distinction. For that, among other things, Mr. Norris, you are to be commended and I am happy to name you Teacher of the Month." Accepting his award, Mr. Norris remarked that he is very happy to be working in Glen Cove and that he loves what he does. "Not everyone can say that, but I can," he added with a smile.
The Sorenson Lumber Aeros beat the Rotary Volcanoes in their last season game, 12-7 as Will Kassar, Anthony Duck and Aidan Lynch had three hits apiece for the Aeros. They also combined for six RBIs in the game. Michael Sangren had three hits; Michael Acerra, Billy Niece and Anthony Pedraita (RBI double) had two hits apiece for the Volcanoes.
Storm Sweeps Weekend, Wins Division
The North Shore Storm won the Long Island Junior Soccer League Nassau Division 3 this weekend with wins over the Bayside Vipers and Hewlett Lawrence Blue Blast. Playing at Soccer Park in Bethpage on Saturday, June 21 the Storm took on the high-scoring Bayside Vipers in what turned out to be a shootout.
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