Dick Evers, Hicksville's Living Legend, Honored
For the past 17 years Richard Evers has preserved Hicksville's past in the as the town's local historian. Evers maintains a large collection of memorabilia for his hometown, including everything from school yearbooks and old photos to newspaper clippings. On June 25, the Hicksville Public Library's Board of Trustees honored Evers with a dedication ceremony at the library, where they renamed the very history room that he works in, after him. The history room will now be known as the "Richard E. Evers Local History Room."
Two Charged With Promoting Prostitution
A nearly three-month-long investigation by the Narcotics/Vice Bureau culminated in the execution of two search warrants and eight arrests at locations in Wantagh and Hicksville on June 21 and June 22, respectively.
Fall Soccer Season Planning Underway
The Hicksville American Soccer Club, one of 98 member clubs of the Long Island Junior Soccer League, is gearing up for the upcoming fall season. Children of all skill levels are encouraged to enroll. Long Island Junior Soccer League (LIJSL), which arranges all the travel team (players U9 to U19) schedules makes every effort to balance divisions fairly. Emphasis is on skill development and good sportsmanship.
Cheerleading Coaches Needed
Hicksville Football Association Cheerleading is looking for responsible and dedicated young ladies ages 13 and up to coach cheerleaders between the ages of 5 and 12 for the 2005 football season. Prior cheerleading experience a plus but not required.
Recognizing William Foley's Efforts