Linda Cohen Leads the Library Into the Future
Ms. Cohen is serving her fourth term on the library board, having first served on the nominating committee for three years. "I was approached (by friends involved with the library) several years ago ... when it was not a happy time for the library," she explained, adding, "I've been a user of the library ever since I moved here, I had the time, and I certainly felt it was worthwhile ... and it has been very rewarding."
Child ID Program - CHIP
A voluntary, free Child Identification Program (CHIP) will be offered on two upcoming Sundays at two school locations. The program is suitable for all children pre-K through high school. CHIP videotapes, fingerprints, and tooth-prints children as a record for parents in the event that their child is missing. Parents retain all identification materials.
Lazar's Chocolate Donates a 'Sweet Million' to Special Olympics
Winning a million dollars does not only happen to professional basketball players in the NBA like Michael Jordan and Jason Kidd. Not anymore - in 70 days there will be a free throw competition among some of Great Neck's best athletes, and one lucky basketball player from Great Neck will win a "sweet million" from Lazar's Chocolate.
North Blazers a Tough Team to Beat
Great Neck North Blazers opened up their 2003-2004 men's lacrosse season, and they are ready to play. With a good core of returning seniors who are all ready to lead, North has the potential to be a tough game for any other team in the division.
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