The eighth annual American Parkinson Disease Association’s Paws for Parkinson’s and Howl-O-Ween dog walk will be held on Oct. 24 at the Marjorie R. Post Park in Massapequa. Once again this year, the Ratner family of Great Neck will walk in memory of their beloved mother and grandmother, Dr. Sonia Savitzky.
Kyle made a name for himself athletically playing varsity basketball and lacrosse for Great Neck North. He continued his athletic prowess at the collegiate level, playing lacrosse for Cornell University.
The Great Neck Jaguars have hit the soccer field running this season with a tournament on Labor Day at the Mitchel Field complex. Practicing three to four hours a day, the girls put a lot of hard work and dedication into a great start this fall. Defense was rock solid as ever, and many goals were scored, all evenly distributed among the players. This is truly a credit to the girls’ passing skills and unselfish teamwork and play with smart positioning for goal delivery. With a record of 2 on 2, the Jaguars pulled together a strong finish to their first fall tournament.
This has been a tennis-filled summer for both Brandon Gold and Coby Benzaquen, both 15 and 10th grade students at the North Shore Hebrew Academy High School. Prior to the U.S. Open, the boys recently returned from the the Maccabi Games in Omaha Nebraska, where they participated in the teen boys tennis competition.
Andrew Allen of Great Neck & NYSC of Great Neck will hold an indoor charity bike ride and Zumba dance class on Sunday, Oct. 3, to raise funds for The Michael J. Fox Foundation for Parkinson’s Research (MJFF).
Great Neck resident, Andrew Allen along with Dana Goldthwaite, general manager of the New York Sports Club, located at 15 Barstow Road, have organized a fundraiser scheduled for Sunday, October 3rd for the Michael J. Fox Foundation for Parkinson’s Research (MJFF).
For the 2010-11 ice skating season, the Great Neck Park District is teaming up with the New York Rangers and New York Islanders for the Rink Partnership program. The Community Rink Partners program was created as a unique marketing and development collaboration with community ice rinks throughout the tri-state area. The Rink Partnership program will connect the skating community to the tradition and excitement of New York Rangers and New York Islanders hockey.
The summer has gone by fast and we are now is September. The Parkwood ice is anticipated to be frozen and ready to go by mid month. For those of who that have missed previous summer articles, here are some anticipated home dates for our Wolverines: Oct. 18, Nov. 8, 15, Dec. 20, Jan. 24 and 31. All home games will be at 8:15 p.m. (after all school work is done). There will be many more added, and this list is tentative and subject to change. Keep watching for announcements as well as the official schedule.
Welcome back to the start of another soccer season for the Great Neck Jaguars! The girls are back from summer camp and beginning their fall practices this week with a strong three to four hours a day to prepare for a Labor Day Tournament and the Long Island Junior Soccer League’s fall season. This year, the girls have stepped up to a very competitive division, which has top teams hailing from Long Island and Queens. They will be playing on full, official regulation size fields at a beautiful facility in Port Washington called Harbor Links, which was uniquely made for the games of soccer and lacrosse.
The 2010 Maccabi Games were a great success this summer for the Sid Jacobson JCC. Taking place in Omaha, Nebraska this year, the local delegation took home medals in every sport which they took part in. The five day event featured Olympic style competition in which the athletes ages 13-16 excelled.
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