Parade Set for Sunday: Great Neck Girl Gets Gold
Sarah Elizabeth Hughes, born May 2, 1985, the second daughter of John and Amy Hughes of Great Neck, figure-skated to a gold medal in the 2002 Winter Olympics at Salt Lake City. Critics have called her performance '' flawless.'' We call her Olympic performance ''absolutely, perfectly flawless.''
Sudden Spotlight Shines on Great Neck
The school's winter break week in Great Neck is usually marked with a somnolent air, plentiful parking spaces, short lines for movies and restaurants and a slower pace, but this past week excitement swept through town as dramatically as Sarah glides over the ice.
Great Neck Park District Sports
The board of commissioners is pleased to announce the appointment of Neil D. Marrin as the new Superintendent of Parks of the Great Neck Park District. Mr. Marrin, formerly Deputy of Parks and Recreation for the Town of Ramapo, will replace Richard A. Arenella, who has retired after 32 years as superintendent.
Sportime Honors Hometown Tennis Champions
An ace season of women's indoor tennis welcomes 44 top female local athletes to the extraordinary ranks of major league champions at Roslyn's Sportime tennis club. At every league orientation sportsmanship is top priority. One outstanding woman in each of the 16 leagues is nominated by her own league members to receive the prestigious Sportsmanship Award, a plaque of true distinction. Fellow league players are encouraged to nominate one individual who epitomizes outstanding sportsmanship, court etiquette and honest, friendly competition. Sixteen women proudly accepted their unique awards.
Great Neck's Golden Girl
Thank You, Sarah