American Legion Post 304 Announces Parade Plans
James R. Russell, commander of the Manhasset Post 304, American Legion and John F. Keitz, parade chairman, have announced the parade order and schedule for the traditional Manhasset Memorial Day Parade, and for the attendant memorial services. All Manhasset residents, their families and friends are invited to join the Legion in this remembrance of the great sacrifices of American heroes. The theme of the parade this year, "So Freedom Can Prevail," is a reminder that our military is presently engaged halfway around the world in order to preserve our freedom and way of life from the effects of terrorism. Continued vigilance and readiness is the price of freedom. Additionally, it is a reminder of the ultimate sacrifices made by previous and present generations to preserve this freedom. We must never forget what they did and why the died.
Voters Defeat Manhasset School Budget
A record number of residents turned out to vote on the Manhasset Union Free School District's proposed 2004-2005 operating budget on Tuesday, May 18. After tallying the 3,384 votes, it turned out that the school budget was defeated by 84 votes 1734 to 1650.
Manhasset Track Repeats as County Champs
The Manhasset Track dynasty showed no signs of falling last week during the Nassau County Championships, held at the Mitchel Complex. Beating their closest competitor, Roosevelt, by 26 points and 16 other teams in the process, the 2004 Manhasset Track team truly put on a performance that has earned its place in Manhasset Track history.
Fourth-Grade Girls Lacrosse Turn Up the Heat on Lynbrook
Sweltering 90( heat and a formidable Lynbrook team, could not make these girls melt. Thanks to the generous efforts of many parents there was plenty of water and ice to keep these girls anxious, but cool.
Vote No for Austerity
Alum Sees Manhasset as Model for Public Schools