Corporal Daniel Rodriguez Brings Lessons of War Home
Only nine years separate the sixth-graders from South Middle School and alumnus Corporal Daniel Rodriguez, Marine, explosives expert. Or as Danny described it to the youngsters who sat raptly in the auditorium for a rare opportunity to hear about how war is waged from a young man who not so long ago sat in those seats for assemblies, "I know how to handle things that go Boom!"
Old Village Working Toward Middle Neck Road Ownership
As the Village of Great Neck continues negotiations with Nassau County regarding the transfer of ownership of the Old Village's section of Middle Neck Road to the village, some resident concerns have cropped up. And although the mayor explained that finding funds and then proceeding with work will take many years, and will include much community input, a contingent of residents did voice opposition to a ''rumor'' that the Middle Neck Road medians would be removed.
South Boys Swimming Team Concludes Successful Season
The Great Neck South varsity boys swimming team has concluded a highly successful season. With a record of 8-4, the team finished second in its division and fifth in Nassau County.
2002 Julia's Run for Children
The 2002 Julia's Run for Children will be held Sunday, April 14, at the Yale University campus in New Haven, CT. Family and friends started this unique tribute to continue the ideals of their beloved Julia, who died unexpectedly in 1999, at age 21. The run's proceeds benefit underprivileged youth, whose cause she continuously worked for and championed.
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