News Sports Opinion Obituaries Contents
August 10, 2001

  • NEWS: Temple Israel's Rabbi Waxman Announces Plans to Retire

    Rabbi Mordecai Waxman-who more than anyone else shaped Temple Israel into a major force in the Conservative Movement during his 54 years of leadership of one of Great Neck's largest congregations-announced plans to retire within the coming year. FULL STORY

  • NEWS: Conrad Singer

    A longtime Great Neck resident, the chief graduated from Great Neck North in 1980, the same year he joined the Vigilants. At that time, the age requirement was 18, and he joined with a strong interest in working with the ambulance crew. Back then, there was no fire medic squad. Soon, though, Chief Singer realized that he actually preferred the firefighting side of the job. And even though he soon left for college, and then law school, and then some short out-of-town residences, he always maintained his ties with the Vigilants and tried to remain active in the department. FULL STORY

  • SPORTS: Great Neck Bicycle Challenge a Huge Success

    Bicyclists came from throughout the tri-state area and beyond in multicolored lycra jerseys bearing exotic racing team and sponsor names, while the crowd gathered in festive anticipation. The weather and atmosphere could not have been more perfect as the 3rd Great Neck Bicycle Challenge got under way on Sunday morning, July 15 in the Village of Great Neck Plaza. The start/finish banner was strewn across a freshly painted finish line that bisected Grace Avenue at Barstow Road just outside Grace Avenue Park. It announced the presenter, Chase Manhattan of Great Neck, and co-sponsors The Inn at Great Neck, North Bay Cadillac of Great Neck and the Bicycle Planet of Syosset. Signature sponsors included Turn Key Real Estate of Great Neck and United Capital Corporation. FULL STORY

  • SPORTS: Wildwood to Host UCF Pro-Am

    The Second Annual UCF Pro-Am Tennis Tournament will be hosted by the Wildwood Pool and Tennis Club on Sunday, Aug. 12, from 1:30-5 p.m. The event provides an opportunity for local players to team up with the area's top teaching professionals in a competitive round-robin format. A minimum rating of 4.0 is required, plus the tax deductible $100 entry fee. This year women players rated 4.0 or higher are also invited to play with the pros in a mixed doubles round, starting at 1:30. Pros who have committed to play are Bob Litwin, David Fischbach, Willie Notar, Keith Kamborian, Adam Mandell, Scott Seeman, Dean Ehren, Ron Rodriguez, Rick Liebman and Ronnie Kahn. FULL STORY

  • OPINION: Enjoy Your Vacation ... And Don't Forget to Protect Your Home
  • OPINION: NC Legislature Democratic Majority Update Logo
An Official Newspaper of the
LongIsland.Com Internet Community

| home | Email the Great Neck Record|
Copyright ©2001 Anton Community Newspapers, Inc.
All Rights Reserved.

LinkExchange Member

Farmingdale Observer Floral Park Dispatch Garden City Life Glen Cove Record Pilot Great Neck Record Hicksville Illustrated News Levittown Tribune Manhasset Press Massapequan Observer Mineola American New Hyde Park Illustrated News Oyster Bay Enterprise Pilot Plainview Herald Port Washington News Roslyn News Syosset Jericho Tribune Three Village Times Westbury Times Boulevard Magazine Features Calendar Search Add An Event Classified Contacting Anton News