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September 9, 2005

  • News: Suozzi Announces Emergency Housing Plans for Victims of Hurricane Katrina

    Nassau County Executive Thomas R. Suozzi, joined by representatives from the American Red Cross and the Salvation Army as well as government officials, announced his plan for providing more than 100 evacuees with temporary housing in Nassau County and called on local residents to donate to the Katrina relief efforts and open their homes to those in need. FULL STORY

  • News: No Smoke 19 Holds First Roundtable

    On Aug. 25, No Smoke 19, a new community health advocacy group aimed at getting Nassau County to raise the legal age to buy tobacco products from 18 to 19, held its first open public forum. East Meadow resident Pat Maher, founder of No Smoke 19 and the Democratic candidate for Nassau County Legislative District 13, was disappointed in the recent votes to table the legislation, and acted as moderator of the forum to discuss strategy. Currently, the Nassau County Legislature Health Committee needs one more 'yes' vote to bring this before the county legislature. FULL STORY

  • Sports: Cantiague Park Senior Men's Golf League

    It was another great day for golf, low humidity, low temperatures and a slight, cool breeze. (Two tournaments in a row.) The scores were pretty good too. We had 38 golfers and we totaled 55 pars. Four each by Steve Thompson, Pete Guerra, Jim Green, Jerry Skaee and Frank Larke. But best of all was 8 pars by Dave Malle. He pared all the holes except the eighth, which he bogied. He shot a gross score of 31 (one over par for the course) and he won overall low with a net score of 25. Two other men (Frank Larke and Kent Schreiber) also had a net score of 25 but Dave pared the first hole and they did not, so Dave wins the trophy. Not to be forgotten is Pete Guerra. He beat John Wengler in the final round of the match play tournament, 4 to 1. FULL STORY

  • Sports: LAC Announces New Girls Softball Travel Team

    The Levittown Athletic Club (LAC) Girls Softball League is starting travel teams for the 2006 season. LAC is associated with the Babe Ruth League and they have girls from Levittown, Bethpage, Hicksville, East Meadow, Bellmore, Farmingdale, Seaford, Wantagh and Massapequa playing in their league. FULL STORY

  • Opinion: A Message from the New Salk/MacArthur PTSA
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