Gardiners Avenue Student Collects Books for Needy Children
In an effort to help underprivileged children in local shelters and hospitals, Gardiners Avenue student Michael Sullivan, a nine year old entering fifth grade at the elementary school next year, collected over 1,600 children's books between October and March as part of the Kohl's Kid Care Program. For his efforts, Michael was named a regional honoree in the program, making him one out of just 33 children in New York to be honored out of 4,500 eligible nominations entered.
Monsignor Graham Retires From St. Bernard's
The Rev. Monsignor George P. Graham, J.C.D., Ph.D., has retired from St. Bernard's Roman Catholic Church in Levittown after a 20 year tenure. Upon his retirement, Msgr. Graham thanked his many friends, parishioners and the Levittown community.
Lacrosse and Volleyball Sport Camps Big Hit at Island Trees
During the week of July 23, the Island Trees School District offered a lacrosse camp for boys and a volleyball camp for girls. Boys and girls in grades four through eight paid $35 for a week of instruction from varsity coaches and athletes.
Kids Bowl Free Until Labor Day
North and South Levittown Lanes and Westbury Bowl want to remind all school age children that they may bowl one free game and receive one free shoe rental each day until Labor Day. This "Summer Bowling Bonanza," now in its third summer and cosponsored by Kohl's Stores, has already given thousands of free games to more than 1,100 children who have registered, at any of these bowling centers, for a summer of free bowling.
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