Help Is on the Way
For those Nassau residents without a medical plan that covers prescription drugs, the cost of prescription drugs can be crippling financially. However, thanks to a discount plan established by Nassau County Comptroller Howard Weitzman, help is on the way.
Island Trees Community Bids Farewell to Retirees
At its final meeting of the 2003-2004 school year, the Island Trees Board of Education honored many members of the Island Trees School community who left the district as of June 30. In addition to Superintendent Richard N. Segerdahl, who retired from Island Trees after serving for two decades as its chief administrator, the board also thanked and recognized School Board Trustee Kathleen Safrey, Deputy Superintendent Dr. Peter Egan, Stokes School Principal Madeline Montone and others moving on from the district.
Cantiague Park Senior Men's Golf League Update
The Cantiague Park Senior Men's Golf League held a scramble tournament on June 17. The winning team of Lou Rezoagli, Bob Lasky, Ed Farrell and Wes Villazon got an eagle on the first hole, a par 4, 259 yards. That enabled them to win with a score of 28. Second place was won by Jerry Skaee, Dave Malle, Frank Drasby and Bill Cheslock. They were one stroke behind with a team score of 29.
U16 Tornadoes Claim First Place Again
Congratulations to the coaches and members of the U16 Island Trees Tornadoes on winning their division title for the Spring 2004 season with only one loss. The players on this team worked hard all year and their dedication and teamwork came through. This season was a tremendous follow-up to their first-place finish in their undefeated fall 2003 season. The parents would like to congratulate coaches Mike O'Connor, Jerry Russo, and Bob Vilbig; co-captains Joe Paciullo and Adam Chase, and Brian Balvin, Chris Enders, Anthony Mazzeo, Mike O'Connor, Michael Oratelli, Sal Pesce, Dennis Rochon, Dmitri Rouskas, Tim Russo, Stephen Timko, Kevin Vilbig, Rob Vilbig, Matthew Wierzbicki, Lucas Zito, on their back-to-back stellar seasons.
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