Judgeship for Jon Kaiman
Jon Kaiman was recently sworn in as Nassau County District Court Judge. As he takes the seat of Judge Jackie Stack, who was elected to the Supreme Court in November, Judge Kaiman vacates his post as the Town of North Hempstead's first commissioner of public safety.
Mother's Day Jazz Brunch
A Mother's Day Jazz Buffet Brunch, wonderful food, a fabulous setting over-looking Long Island Sound, and the music of the Classic Jazz Trio! What a lovely way to celebrate that special day on Sunday, May 14! What a beautiful treat for that special mother!
UCF Junior Tennis Players Are Here
Yes, the year 2000 brings the magic of tennis to all girls and boys between the ages of 8 and 14! Each tennis player entered in Great Neck's United Community Fund Tennis Tourney, will have a chance to compete with another, in the same gender and age category as themselves. This tournament brings North and South schools together, in a friendly atmosphere at Parkwood's Sports Complex. On Sunday, June 4 from 2 to 6 p.m., we will have a co-ed day. Even though the girls will play against each other and the boys will have opponents of the same sex, they'll all play singles with a round robin format.
Kings Point Weekly Wrap-up
The Blue and Gray baseball team dropped three games last week to fall to 3-9 overall and 1-5 in Knickerbocker Conference action. On Friday, April 7, the Mariners' nine suffered a 12-5 nine-inning loss to New Jersey City University on Lower Roosevelt Field. Junior Mike Albritton (Tampa, FL) led the Mariners with a 3-5 day at the plate. He had two singles, a triple, and an RBI. Junior Jeff Dahl (Fairfax Station, VA) and senior captain Ruffin Warren (Hickory, NC) each were 2-4 in the loss. Freshman hurler Packard Trent (Fairmont, WV) went seven innings for the loss. He allowed 11 hits and 12 runs.
The Sporty Life: On Safari in Great Neck
From the Hispanic Community of Great Neck