|November 2, 2001|
Tom Suozzi vs Bruce Bent on Tuesday
On Nov. 6, Nassau County voters will elect a new county executive and, for the first time in 40 years, it's quite possible they will give that position to a Democrat. Thomas Suozzi, 39, the current four-term mayor of Glen Cove, waged a shoe-leather campaign that led to a surprising yet decisive, primary victory over fellow Democrat, State Assemblyman Tom DiNapoli, in September. A few hours after his primary win, Suozzi was back on the campaign trail bringing his plan and vision for "making Nassau County the best in the nation" to every corner of the county and its 1.3 million residents. Within just a few days of the victory, county and state Democrats in elected office followed Assemblyman DiNapoli's lead and pledged their full support to Suozzi as he faces his Republican opponent in the November election.
Manhasset Public Schools Sports Schedule
MHS X-Country Raises Funds for WTC
On Sept. 29, the Manhasset boys and girls cross-country teams raised more than $2500 for the World Trade Center disaster relief fund. The athletes from all grade levels, 7 through 12, were organized by the boys captain, Jesse Cohen (11). The athletes ran laps on the track and collected pledges. Some athletes ran up to seven miles and collected as much as $500.
Coming Home to Manhasset
Ball in Greentree Court