MHS Celebrates 81st Commencement
Friday, June 21, dawned gray and cloudy and graduates, their parents and the administration of Manhasset High School held their collective breath all day. As it turned out, the rain held off and the exercises were held outdoors in front of the high school. Class President Lia Harris greeted those in attendance and Student Union President Denis Cole led the Salute to the Flag. Class Vice President Kim Henderson welcomed everyone and Cara Cronin read a poem she had composed for the occasion. Class Treasurer Rajeev Mehta presented the class gift, a scholarship set up in honor of departing Assistant Principal Dr. Peter Pantina. Jessica Lowery gave the commencement address. After congratulatory remarks by Superintendent of Schools Dr. Lawrence E. Bozzomo, Principal William J. Stark gave the keynote address.
Library Trustees Choose to Stay Put
After several years of investigation, professional research and community surveys and meetings with residents, the Manhasset Library's board of trustees has come to the unanimous conclusion that the best place for a new library is the place they already call home.
Baseball Equipment Return and Summer League
On Saturday, June 30, from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m., the Manhasset Baseball League will be collecting spring equipment bags for all grades at the Manhasset Valley Park storage shed (at the corner of East Shore Road and Bayview Avenue). It is very important for all equipment to be returned at this time. Please make sure the team's name and manager's name is attached to the bag upon return. Managers who do not turn in equipment by this date will not be eligible to manage a team in the 2002 season. Please call Bob Miglis at 627-7424 with any questions.
Manhasset Arsenal Captures Coveted Massapequa Soccer Crown
Playing with determination and confidence, the Manhasset Arsenal - undaunted by the heat and humidity - marched undefeated through the 28th annual Massapequa Soccer Tournament at Cedar Creek Park and captured the coveted championship.
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