Ralph Suozzi Inauguration on New Year's Day
Mayor-elect Ralph Suozzi's inauguration has been set for New Year's Day, Sunday, Jan. 1, at 11 a.m. at Glen Cove High School. All are invited to attend as the Honorable Richard McCord, city court judge, assisted by the Honorable Joel Meirowitz, city judge, administers the oath of office to Mr. Suozzi and City Council members Nicholas A. DiLeo, Joseph Gioino, Anthony Jimenez, Joan Meehan, Michael Norman and Timothy Tenke. "I am looking forward to beginning my first term as the mayor of Glen Cove and look forward to seeing many of our citizens in attendance," said Mr. Suozzi. At the conclusion of the swearing-in ceremony, Mr. Suozzi will convene his first council meeting.
Hundreds Celebrate the Miracle of Christmas
Nearly 300 men, women and children, friends and neighbors, gathered in Village Square on a crisp winter night last Friday to celebrate what Jack McDougal at the microphone called "the miracle of Christmas, the birth of our Lord and Savior, Jesus Christ." Father Thomas Costa of St. Patrick's was by Jack's side, the choir from St. Patrick's was in attendance, led by Fran and Erin, and near the towering Chistmas tree, a magnificent nativity scene was situated.
Friends Academy Alum Josh Trott Earns Second Team All-New England Accolades
Former Friends Academy soccer player Josh Trott of Glen Cove has been honored for the second straight year. Captain of the Holy Cross men's soccer team, Josh has been named to the 2005 National Soccer Coaches Association of America/Adidas All-New England Second Team. A junior at Holy Cross, Josh is the son of Georgette Trott, who coaches varsity field hockey, winter track, and girls lacrosse at Friends.
North Shore High School Vikings Sports
The girls winter track and field team took another trip into NYC to attend the Bishop Loughlin Games held at the Armory Track and Field Center. This competition signifies the first major indoor competition of the season for many of the schools in the tri-state area. Over 1500 athletes from over 100 schools competed in this inaugural event. The athletes that represented North Shore were small in number but high in talent and spirits.
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