Do You See What I See?
Working within strict time limits, 22 groups of 10 people each, worked feverishly to accomplish in one evening what has been criticized as lacking in the library's march toward renovation, to collect some relevant ideas from a wide range of library patrons. The hum of voices was so loud in the main room used at South High for the "visioning" session that this reporter retreated to a classroom, which contained three working groups in order to eavesdrop on the process better. The Town of North Hempstead has not released the recommendations of the groups yet and therefore this article cannot report on all of the conclusions reached by the various groups for obvious reasons. The final report is promised to be posted on the town's website by the end of the summer.
Can You Hear Yourself Think Yet?
In response to complaints by some Great Neck residents about noise pollution, particularly the raucous, diesel or gas powered leaf blowers used by landscapers, many villages have enacted ordinances pertaining to the issue.
Great Neck PAL Lacrosse Finishes First Season
The initial year of the PAL boys third and fourth grade lacrosse season came to a close and by all accounts, the season was a great success. Over 25 boys registered for the program which is a weekly intramural clinic that takes place every Thursday evening at the North Middle School field.
Great Neck Road Runners Rally to Win State Cup
On Saturday June 11, the Road Runners traveled upstate to the North Rockland Soccer Complex to play an undefeated squad from Manhattan the "Asphalt Green Wave" who was attempting to defend the State Cup championship they won the previous season. The Road Runners arrived in style as the Great Neck Soccer Club chartered a Coach Bus to transport the players for the most important game they have ever played.
Congratulations to Our Graduates!
On My Mind