Remembering the Victims of 9/11 and Their Legacy
The ceremony on Saturday morning, Sept. 11, hosted by the Town of Hempstead at Point Lookout, gave those who breathed in the fresh ocean air of a late summer morning the opportunity to reflect on one of the nation's darkest days and recall the memories and heroism of those who perished.
Lost 9/11 Hero Cop to be Honored by Seaford Street Naming
John W. Perry was an NYPD officer who responded to the request for emergency assistance at the World Trade Center on September 11, 2001 and did not escape the collapse of the buildings. Town of Hempstead and other public officials will dedicate a street sign on an existing pole at the corner of Franklin Avenue and Grant Avenue to designate Franklin Avenue as "John W. Perry Avenue" on Saturday, Sept. 18, at 11 a.m. John Perry grew up at 3853 Franklin Avenue, attended Seaford Public Schools, SUNY-Stony Brook and NYU School of Law. He was an active member of the Libertarian Party for over 10 years and his life and love of liberty will be celebrated by his friend Richard Cooper, chair of the Nassau Libertarians and vice chair of the state organization, who will speak at the ceremony.
Nassau County PAL Levittown Unit Announces Fall Program Registration
Bowling - Ages 5 and up - coed - Divisions: Bumpers, Bantams, Juniors and Seniors. Fee $35 plus weekly bowling fees. Teen Scholarship Program $40 plus weekly bowling fees. Bumpers and Bantams $6 per week, all others $8 per week.
Levittown West Little League Registration
Levittown Little League, the 2003 Long Island Williamsport Little League champs and 2004 District 32 Girls Softball Champs, is announcing its early registration for 2005.
From the Desk of Assemblyman David G. McDomough