Old Village Crafts Fair This Sunday!
''Come and bid us hail and farewell,'' invites Great Neck Village Business Association Chairman of the Board Richard Stancati, inviting the entire community to the 23d Annual GNVBA Crafts Fair, this Sunday, May 6, 11 a.m. to 6 p.m., in the Old Village. Although this ever-popular crowd pleaser will continue, under the auspices of the Village of Great Neck, the GNVBA is about to disband and will no longer sponsor the fair that they began 23 years ago.
Informational Meeting on the Superfund Cleanup Makes Big Splash
The people who poured into Great Neck Plaza's village hall last Thursday night to learn more about the Superfund site that has been federally funded to continue the cleanup of the contamination from Stanton Cleaners on 110 Cuttermill Road had one basic question: Is it safe to drink the water from the Great Neck North Water Authority? And the answer given by expert after expert was a resounding, "Yes."
Kings Point USMMA Weekly Sports Update
Kings Point baseball wrapped up their 2001 regular-season campaign last week with a 1-14 overall mark and a Knickerbocker Conference ledger of 10-7 on the year. Last week, the Mariners posted a 4-1 record with a number of outstanding performances.
Girls Lacrosse at South High
From the beginning of their season, which started on March 15, the girls Varsity lacrosse team has been maintaining an excellent level of skills which are evident in their practices and games. As of now, the team has played a total of six games, four of which they have won. Coach Jane Maher and her assistant coach, the head of the Junior Varsity girls lacrosse team, Andrea Patruzzi, are very optimistic about the remainder of the season, and have been working hard with the team to improve the levels of confidence and skills of the players.
Editorial: Come to the Crafts Fair!
In My Opinion: The use of standardized testing in the elementary grades