A Steward of Hicksville Takes a Bow
After almost four decades of inspiring a love of performance in generations of Hicksville residents, Ella Marie Columbo has retired as owner of Ella Marie School of Dance.
Continuing the Fight for Young Life
Richard Fenster, the big-hearted athlete who amazed the Long Island community with his 1,100-mile charity walk for sick children this spring, is gearing up for another marathon fund raiser.
Let's Play Ball!
At a recent baseball game at Cantiague Park, the Knights of Columbus Barry Council thanked Legislator Edward Mangano for his assistance in securing a field for the Hicksville Knights. Shown here, Team Captain Brian Brown thanks Legislator Mangano, joined by Past Grand Knight Richie Beale, Grand Knight Jim Kelly and teammates Ed O'Neill, Rob Powers, Bill Sucarino, James Fitzpatrick, Frank Wawrzynski, Rick Highes and Mike Beinert.
Triathlon Brings Out Local Speedsters
Javier Cuevas of North Bergen, NJ outkicked Michael Trunkes of Glen Cove to win the 14th annual edition of the Vytra-TOBAY Triathlon, held in and around Oyster Bay on Sunday morning, Aug. 19. Cuevas crossed the finish line in 59 minutes, 58 seconds, nine seconds in front of Trunkes, with Justin Cisario of Oceanside third in 1:00:36, Gary Jensen of Sayville fourth in 1:01:01, and 2000 winner Andre Lapar of Glen Cove was fifth in 1:01:26. Top Masters finisher was 48-year-old Fred Neinast of Belle Harbor in 1:01:44.
Town Taxes Certainly Are Lower