I Lost a Friend: Julia
Julia Child's death touched many Americans. Memories of her instructive, lively, humorous shows, so new then, reached so many homes and delighted so many people, that her death touched part of their own experiences.
Great Neck Senior Center Celebrates 50 Years
This year the Great Neck Senior Center celebrates 50 wonderful years of service to the community! The gala celebration is set for Sunday, Oct. 24, at Melville Hall at the United States Merchant Marine Academy in Kings Point. The evening honors Great Neck's nine mayors and the National Council of Jewish Women, the founders of the senior center.
Playing to Stay Young
When Len Grappleburg heard about the Long Island Senior Games, he was intrigued. After all, the previous year 688 seniors had turned out to cheer people like Jean Veneziano, who at age 95 bowls three times a week and has played in the games for the five years of its existence. The motto of the program is, "You don't stop playing because you get old. You get old because you stop playing."
Stars, Stripes, and Skates ... Back for 2004
The world top figure skaters will once again lend their support to the 9/11 Families Giveback Fund by performing in the Stars, Stripes and Skates Icetravaganza on Oct. 15 at the Nassau Veterans Memorial Coliseum in Uniondale, NY.
Summer Is Sports Time!
Statement by NC Comptroller Weitzman: NHCC Finances