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August 20, 2004

  • News: 'Miracle Man' Hagedorn Raises Millions for Sustainable Long Island

    To celebrate the 90th birthday of Horace Hagedorn, the "miracle man" behind the success of Miracle-Gro, a movie premiere entitled Meet Mr. Miracle-Gro was held recently at the Hofstra University's John Crawford Adams Playhouse. Prior to the premiere a posh, sumptuous cocktail reception was held in a tent on the grounds of the playhouse, followed by a delectable desert reception after the film. FULL STORY

  • News: Joanne Cicero Appointed New Hyde Park Road School Principal

    Joanne Cicero has been appointed by the New Hyde Park/Garden City Park School Board as a three-year probationary principal of the New Hyde Park Road School. Cicero will replace James Bloomgarden who after just a year has taken a position with the East Williston School District. Bloomgarden was appointed to replace long-time principal George Usdin who retired. FULL STORY

  • Sports: Merillon Athletic Association

    Tonight's game against NHP was a challenge for the Twins. NHP had strong pitching and excellent fielding performances. None the less the Twins fought hard with excellent pitching provided by Alex Montalvo, Steven Filocoma & Anthony Baldi. The Twins supported their pitchers with good defense and strong hitting. The Twins were able to score early in the game with 4 runs in the 1st inning provided by the combined hits of Nicholas Fetter, Steven Filocoma, Sean Byrne, Domenick Fazzolari and Danny Calgiuri. The Twins then went on to score 2 runs in the 2nd inning and 1 run in the 4th inning provided by Nick Simeoli, Chris Dunne & Domenico Fazzolari. The winning run came in the 6th inning with hits by Alex Montalvo and Steven Filocoma. The Merillon Twins won the game with an 8-7 victory over NHP. What a game. Go Twins! FULL STORY

  • Sports: New Hyde Park Wildcats Roundup

    After a very successful U-9 Developmental program run this past year, the NHP Wildcats have decided to expand this program for the age groups U6/7(combined), U-8 and U-9. The Developmental Program is open to all registered Wildcat players in those respective age groups. It is a separate program and will not interfere with our regular intramural program. It is offered in addition to and NOT offered in lieu of our regular intramural program. This program offers instruction by professional trainers to players who are interested in complementing their play. The program will be 20 sessions, run one session per week for 10 weeks during the fall 2004 season and 10 sessions during the spring 2005 season. Approximate costs for this program will be U6/7-$150; U-8-$175; U-9-$200. Days and times for the program will be on either Saturday, Sunday or Monday afternoons at a local NHP location. Sessions would be held on the players OFF game day. Developmental sessions can not be used in lieu of attending regularly scheduled intramural practices. Applications and specific information will be forthcoming in this newspaper and through your respective Coach and/or Division Director. Thanks, Dominic FULL STORY Logo
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