Leader in Major Blood Drive in Dire Need of a Liver Transplant
Shari Kurzrok is two months away from her wedding. The 31-year-old PR executive, a native of Great Neck, recently spearheaded the largest-ever national blood drive. Today, she is fighting for her life. Her doctors say she will not live if she doesn't receive a complete liver transplant within days, and her colleagues in the PR industry are urgently mobilizing to help her.
The Final Ascent
On Sunday, family and friends of Erica Kutcher, gathered to lovingly pay tribute to the young woman whose irrepressible spirit continues to inspire all who knew her to live life more fully. As her loved ones told their stories of Erica, a portrait emerged of an adventurer with an infectious laugh, an impish sense of humor, a passionate love for wild and beautiful places, and boundless strength, energy and resourcefulness.
Wildwood Pro Am to Benefit Hadassah
The Wildwood Pool and Tennis Club Pro Am Tournament to benefit Hadassah will be held this Sunday, July 31. The popular event provides an opportunity for local players to team up with the area's top teaching professionals in a competitive round-robin format.
GN Youth Helps Friend Reach for Dream
Roger Stewart is a hearing-impaired amateur wrestler and a high school wrestling coach in Virginia. Last year he won The Deaf Olympic wrestling trials in his weight class and thereby earned a place on the team selected to compete in Melbourne, Australia in 2005. Later, however, he would be advised that because of inadequate funding of The Deaf Olympics he would have to bear the expenses of his stay in Melbourne, an expense he could not afford. He would, therefore, not be able to compete in the Olympics. He was devastated.
Letter: Town Council Election
Please Drive Carefully ... There Are Lots of Children Around