Levittown Community Council Holds Lazy Days of Summer Picnic and Bake Off
Town of Hempstead Park and Jerusalem Avenue Pool were awash with activity on July 13, for the Annual Lazy Days of Summer Picnic and Bake Off put on by the Levittown Community Council from noon till 5 p.m. Supported by a membership base, the Community Council was able to provide the event for free to the public, said Council President Louise Cassano.
Island Trees Holds Reorganization Meeting
The Island Trees Board of Education held its annual reorganization meeting on July 8. The three board members who were elected in May; Kathy Safrey, Robert Condela and Ronald Tauss, all incumbents who ran unopposed; were sworn into office by Attorney David Rubin.
Island Trees Cardinals Win 2002 Levittown World Series
On June 30, the Island Trees Cardinals defeated the Levittown West Cardinals by a score of 5-0 to capture the 2002 Levittown World Series Majors Championship. Under blue skies and temperatures in the 80s, the IT Cardinals jumped out to an early 2-0 lead on key hits from Frankie Boglivo, Joey Cataldo, Ricky McCurry and John Carey. After adding a run in each of the second, third and sixth innings, pitcher Ronnie Modik dominated on the mound holding the aggressive Levittown West hitters to three hits on the way to the Cards third tournament shutout. With key players Frankie Anselmo, Daniel Cava, Chris Henken, Eric Margaria, Ryan McAdam, Daniel Schulz and Chris Volino, the IT Cardinals developed into a dominating force also capturing the IT Baseball Intramural Championship qualifying the team to represent Island Trees in the Levittown World Series. The boys ended the regular season with an impressive 12-6 record and three playoff wins. They should be commended for their spirited competitiveness always tempered by championship-caliber sportsmanship and fair play.
Cantiague Park Senior Men's Golf League Update
The Cantiague Park Senior Men's Golf League held their eighth tournament of the year on July 11. The weather was perfect, which members believe may be the reason they had the largest turnout in recent years. They started with 24 golfers in the first round and eight men drew a by while 16 others played to see who would go on to the next round. There were three birdies that day - one by Dan McCann on the 200 yard, par 3, fourth hole; one by Jake Ziegler on the 257 yard, par 4, fifth hole and one by Peter Kerr on the 272 yard, par 4, sixth hole.
Legislator Dunne Proposes Eliminating Sales Tax on Old Glory