Manhasset Remembers Arnie Sims
The Reflective Garden in memory of Arnie Sims, admired physical education teacher and coach for 37 years in the Manhasset junior/senior high school, will be dedicated at 10:30 a.m. on Saturday, Oct. 27. The garden is located behind the high school, overlooking the baseball and football fields. Many old friends and colleagues will gather to see this fine tribute to Coach Sims. The garden was designed by Frank Colantuano, MHS Class of '73, landscaped by Ken DiLeo of L&K DiLeo Landscaping of Port Washington and the masonry was completed by Mario Aguirre. Anyone interested in attending the dedication is welcome. Donations are still being accepted and may be mailed to Pam Monfort McDonough, 18 Orchard St., Port Washington, NY 11050.
North Hempstead to See 5.94 Percent Tax Increase
Supervisor May Newburger presented her Tentative Budget for 2002 on Sept. 30. At the Oct. 16 meeting of the Town Board of North Hempstead that budget, with five amendments, was accepted and therefore became the Preliminary Budget. A budget hearing will be held on Nov. 7. Councilman James O'Connor objected to the fact that the budget hearing will not be held until after election, warning the supervisor, "You do it at your own peril."
Manhasset PAL Opens Junior Tackle Football Season
A beautiful sunny Sunday was the backdrop on Oct. 14 for the opening of the newly renovated Lions Field and opening day of the junior tackle football program (fourth and fifth graders) co-sponsored by Port Washington Youth Activities, Inc. (PYA) and Manhasset PAL.
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