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Cantiague Senior Men’s Golf League

Cantiague Park Senior Men’s Golf League had its first tournament on Thursday April 4. Twenty golfers came out on on a crisp but sunny morning. Charlie Hong was the only man to score under a 40, with a 38 and won for low overall score. Jim O’ Brien  scored a 41, and won low overall net in a tie-breaker with Mike Guerriero. 

 

Competition on the nine-hole course is divided into two divisions. Flight A is for players with a handicap of 13 or lower. Flight B is for players with a handicap of 14 or more.  The league is a 100 percent handicap league. Any man 55 years or older is eligible for membership. We have many openings for this year, and you can sign up anytime throughout the the season. 

 

If you are interested in joining our league for this year, please call John Bosco at 516-512-0050 for more information.  Our league includes an optional  match play competition beginning in June with prizes for the top two finalists. We also have  recognition of a yearly overall club champion by awarding points throughout the year in various weekly categories. There are numerous opportunities for cash prizes for individual achievement utilizing your handicap in every tournament. 

 

The league meets every Thursday at 7:30 a.m. through late October, and we have a final luncheon with prizes on our last meeting. In the event of inclement weather, call John at 516-512-0050

 

The next tournament date is on Thursday April 11.

 

Low Actual Score — Charlie Hong (38)

 

Low Overall Net — Jim O’Brien (31)

 

Low Flight A— Mike Guerriero (31)

 

2nd Low Flight A — Bruce Danen (33)

 

Longest Drive—Bob Evans

 

Closest to the Pin—Charlie Hong

 

Low Flight B —John Agnoli (27)

 

2nd Low Flight (B) — John Valsecchi (32)

 

 Name   Score-Handicap-Net Score-New Handicap-Points

Charlie Acerra DNP -9

 

John Agnoli 50-23-27-21-3

 

John Bosco 54-13-41-13 -1

 

Jim Caffrey DNP - 13  

 

Bruce Danen 40-7-33-7-2    

 

Jim Daugherty DNP- 10

 

John Dilavore DNP - 14

 

Bob Evans 42-6-36-6- 3    

 

Jim Fitzpatrick DNP  -10 

 

Warren Gallagher DNP - 14 

 

Mike Galgano DNP - 24      

 

Pete Guerra 43-9-34-9 - 1     

 

Mike Guerriero 44-13-31-13-3   

 

George Hatalsky DNP - 17    

 

Charles Hong 38-3-35-3-6

 

Ken Hymes 45-10-35-10-1

 

Joe Iavaroni DNP - 17 

 

Bob Kann DNP-15   

 

Pete Kerr 54-15-39-15 

 

Sevald Knudsen DNP-12 

 

Pat Lehane 50-8-42-8-1

 

Walter Ludewig DNP-23

 

Tony Macaluso 54-20-34-20-1 

 

Dave Malle 42-6-36-6-1   

 

Andrew Malone DNP - 16 

 

Ted Marukawa DNP-11   

 

Augie Moschitto DNP - 14

 

Len Moschitto 47-3-44-3-1

 

Jim Murphy DNP - 16 

 

Jim O’Brien 41-10-31-10-4                  

 

Tom Parker DNP-11   

 

Rudy Pekarek 5-9-36-9-1     

 

Walter Pietsch 53-13-40-13-1        

 

Al Poggioli 50-15-35-35-1    

 

Bob Powers 47-14-33-14-1       

 

Jack Prunty DNP-16    

 

Bob Ross 49-7-42-7-1  

 

George Rottkamp DNP-21

 

Joe Sander DNP-22                         

 

Kent Schreiber DNP-20 

 

Jerry Skaee DNP-8

 

Don Sterling DNP-17

 

John Valsecchi 47-15-32-15-2  

 

Dom Vissicchio DNP -14

News

A clown named Renaldo performed magic tricks for an enthusiastic audience as part of the National Circus Project, which visited Levittown Public Library on Wednesday, July 16.

 

All 150 tickets available for the performance were sold out in this interactive magic show for children. Throughout the entire circus act, children laughed and raised their hands as high as they could to be chosen as one of Renaldo’s helpers.

 

Raising her hand to participate was three-year-old Kirsten Cantwell from Seaford. “She was upset that she didn’t get picked,” said her mother Melissa Cantwell.

 

Kirsten Cantwell goes to any activity offered at the library, and is starting to enjoy watching magic shows. According to her mother, she really enjoyed the performance.

 

In the circus show, National Circus Project performer, Al Calienes, acted as Renaldo the clown.

 

“The show has different components of acts in the circus,” explained Calienes. “We teach children circus moves.”

 

With the National Circus Project, children get to see magic tricks performed live. “We infuse enthusiasm by showing them, and they in turn will be able to repeat the process,” said Calienes.

Renaldo performed plate spinning, where he spun a plate on a stick and passed it along to the stick of one of his helpers from the audience, who then passed the plate down a line of three more helpers. This interactive way of teaching the children magic tricks really allows them to absorb what they are learning.

 

The National Circus Project travels and performs for elementary schools, as well as middle and high schools. When the National Circus Project is not going to schools, they perform at library shows, summer camps, and other types of events.

 

The performance entertains the adults as well as the children. “We involve everybody,” said Calienes. “Everybody’s engaged on some level or another. “

 

At every library performance, Calienes donates the children’s book he wrote and illustrated Renaldo Joins the Circus to the library. He feels that he owes a lot to the library system. “Anything that ever meant anything to me I learned in the library,” said Calienes.

 

Calienes learned how to draw from the library, which is how he became a commercial artist. One of the main characters he would always draw would be Renaldo the clown. “I wanted to make him real so I joined the circus,” he said.

 

Calienes has been performing with the National Circus Project for seven years and has been in the circus business going on 26 years.

 

The National Circus Project brings magic to children at any school, camp or library all over Long Island as well as across the country.

 

Last June, Nassau County passed legislation that allows for the deployment of a speed enforcement camera system in school zones for each of the 56 public school districts in the county. 

 

The new systems will be implemented throughout the county on July 25, and will be operational on scheduled school days throughout the year. 


Sports

Levittown’s Division Avenue High School varsity baseball team, under the direction of coach Tom Tuttle, won the Class A County Championship, garnering a third-place ranking in New York State. This is the team’s 13th county championship win and the second county championship for the school in the past four years.

 

In addition, senior Chris Reilly was named Championship MVP for throwing a complete game shutout in game two and going three for four with two RBIs. 

Taylor Traenkle, a junior at Division Avenue High School recently received the MVP award for the Nassau County Varsity Hockey League Association.

 

Traenkle, who plays no. 9 for the Levittown Ice Falcons, led the way averaging 2.8 points a game with a total of 25 goals and 23 assists in just 17 games. 


Calendar

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Flea Market - July 27

Darlene Prince and the Bragg Hollow Band - July 28


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