Levittown Kiwanis Invites Residents to Show Spirit
The Levittown Kiwanis Club invites residents to its fifth annual Community Pride Day, to be held at McLaren Field on Saturday, May 8 from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m.
John Theissen Children's Foundation Sponsors Back to School Program
John Theissen's Children Foundation, founded and run by local resident John Theissen, is hosting a Casino Night benefit again this year for its Back to School Program. The event was held last June and was a great success. The Back to School Program will help needy children from low-income families across Long Island by providing them with new clothes and new school supplies for the upcoming school year. Approximately 200 local children in kindergarten through high school will be provided with items. Each child will receive new clothes to wear, including everything from socks and underwear to shirts and pants and new shoes. The supplies will include, but are not limited to, backpacks, spiral notebooks, pencils, pens and other classroom necessities.
Dragons Take Two
The Division Avenue HS Dragons opened up the Plainedge series with a 17-0 victory. Senior Kevin Gerard pitched six innings of shutout ball, scattering 3 hits and striking out 9 batters against a tough Plainedge batting order. Ryan McDermott completed the shutout with a scoreless inning of relief.
Free Bowling Lessons This Summer
Residents and children who want to learn how to bowl can do so this summer. North and South Levittown Lanes and Westbury Bowl are offering three instructional periods, six bowling lessons given in each, during the months of July and August. All residents need to do is register.
From the Desk of County Legislator Dennis Dunne Sr.
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