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November 30, 2001

  • NEWS: MHS Students Bring Home Top Siemens-Westinghouse Regional Honors

    For the last two years, Manhasset High School students Alexander Vinberg and Winston Wang have been hard at work at Brookdale Hospital in Brooklyn. The two students gave up soccer, surfing, summer vacations and Sunday family time to contribute to medical research. FULL STORY

  • NEWS: w Manhasset Friends and Neighbors Trust

    As we try to engage ourselves in the rituals of a holiday season that seems to have arrived from nowhere, so many of us still reel from the September 11th attack on our country and its tragic effects on so many of our friends and neighbors. Our desire to reach out to those who have suffered unimaginably horrible losses heightens as we prepare for the holidays that this year seem so very different. The Manhasset Friends and Neighbors Trust has been established to benefit families of people who were killed in the attack and lived in Manhasset or the Manhasset School District on September 11th. It is a way for us to make a monetary gift to our friends and neighbors who have borne the brunt of the brutal crimes of September 11th. FULL STORY

  • SPORTS: The Sportsmen 2001 Manhasset Men's Softball Champions

    The Sportsmen had to overcome a two-game elimination to qualify for the playoffs. They then proceeded to beat the second- and first-place teams to win the 2001 championship season title. FULL STORY

  • SPORTS: On The Bay

    The Sunday of Thanksgiving weekend brought interesting sailing conditions to Manhasset Bay. The day started out warm and sunny with little breeze, but once the boats were out on the bay, the wind picked up and racing was cancelled after three races. There were several capsizes, but all sailors and boats were rescued quickly and returned to safety on shore. The top boats for the day: 1. #536, Pedro Lorson, 2. #514, Ted Toombs, and 3. #121, Fee Metropoulos. Crew names were unavailable at press time. The Scituate Frostbite Association, in conjunction with the Duxbury YC and the Duxbury Bay Maritime School, will host the Frostbite National Championship. Scheduled for next weekend, Dec. 1-2 , sailing will take place on the waters of Duxbury Bay, approximately 30 miles south of Boston. For more information, contact the Event Chairman, Chad Demarest at demarest@adelphia.net. FULL STORY

  • OPINION: Sauvigne Will Make a Difference
  • OPINION: 'Let's Get the Facts Straight, Mr. Sauvigne'

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