The Eve Foundation is proud to announce their annual Rock’ N Glow Bowling on Saturday, June 26 at 7 p.m. at South Levittown Lanes.
“Our motto is breaking the chains of domestic violence, we support programs that combat domestic violence, we really want to help women and abused children reclaim their lives, that’s our mission,” Jay Eskin said.
The Island Trees High School boys varsity baseball team earned the honor of co-conference champions in league A-1 this season. The team plays in the toughest conference in Nassau County and the coaches’ association determined Island Trees is among the best. Congratulations to the players and coaches for their accomplishment and for being the third team in the spring to establish a conference championship.
The MacArthur baseball program is proud to announce three more seniors have accepted baseball scholarships for next year’s college season. Nick Bologna, a corner infielder, will play at Post University in Connecticut, Rob Gaertner, a pitcher and outfielder, will play at Queens College, and Sal Sanquini, a pitcher and third baseman, will play at Dominican College. All three young men will receive athletic scholarships as well as academic funding.
Get ready to horse around as the first annual Northeast Equine Expo comes to town. Expected to draw nearly 30,000 people to the Long Island communities of Elmont and Floral Park, the expo will be the kick-off event for the final leg of the Triple Crown Belmont Stakes Race on Memorial Day weekend, May 29-30.
Expo president and founder Jessica Walsh, a Massachusetts native, first visited the majestic Belmont Park with her grandfather when she was a young child. An avid horse enthusiast, she came up with the idea of creating an equine expo after realizing that New York had yet to host one that incorporated all equestrian disciplines. Through a lot of perseverance and determination, Walsh enlisted a passionate team of staff members to go about the daunting task of organizing the big event. “It’s turned from a dream into a reality and I want to share it with everyone and inspire them,” she said.
Congratulations to the Island Trees High School Varsity Softball team on becoming 2010 Conference II Champions. In addition, a big congratulation goes out to team members who received recognition from the Nassau County Coaches Association.
Twelve teams from Island Trees High School have been named scholar athletes by the NY State Public High School Athletic Association for the 2009/10 school year.
The first Joe Masi Memorial Scholarship will be given this June at graduation thanks to the dedication of the Island Trees community. On April 28, staff from Island Trees Memorial Middle School played against staff from the Island Trees High School in a volleyball tournament. The night was a huge success and raised $3,874 in scholarship money!
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