USAF Band of the Rockies Coming to Town
Fulfilling a mission to ''bring the best of the arts to the community,'' the Great Neck Arts Center is sponsoring the United States Air Force Band of the Rockies in a performance at Great Neck South High School on Sunday afternoon, April 9. This will be the first ever Long Island performance for this 50-member ensemble of full-time professional musicians. The public is invited to the performance, free of charge.
''Frederick's'' Student Aid Scholarship
Great Neck Plaza's oldest family-owned restaurant, ''Frederick's'' luncheonette and stationery store, has added to its already established Great Neck Student Aid Fund scholarship, now called the Murray and Rose Selby Memorial Scholarship. Following the death of owner Murray Selby in 1996, the family, friends, staff, and customers collected money for a memorial scholarship. Now, in 2000, following the death of Murray's wife, Rose, the scholarship has been expanded to include the memory of Rose and Murray Selby.
Ed Fernbach As Special Olympics Coach
"I coached a lot of teams in Great Neck over the years and none of them has been as much fun or meant as much to me as the Great Neck Spirits," expressed Great Neck resident, Ed Fernbach.
South High Basketball Recap
The recently completed 1999-2000 basketball season was a transitional one for the Great Neck South High Rebels. On the one hand, the team participated for the first time in a newly-structured, highly-competitive conference, with such powerhouse teams as Port Washington and Elmont. On the other hand, the team's record of 7-11 overall and 4-8 in conference play, was below the hopes of Coach Steve Liebertz. The Rebels finished ranked eight in the 11-team Conference II.
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