Plandome Road School Dedication Ceremony
"The acquisition of knowledge never stops but does have a beginning".
Women's Roll of Honor
North Hempstead Town Supervisor Jon Kaiman, Town Clerk Michelle Schimel, and Councilmen Wayne Wink and Fred Pollack joined a crowd of over 250 community leaders on March 23 at Clinton G. Martin Park in New Hyde Park to recognize the 2005 inductees in the May W. Newburger Women's Roll of Honor.
St. Mary's Basketball Wins 8th Nassau-Suffolk CHSAA Title
The Gaels of St. Mary's continued their winning tradition and won their eighth straight Nassau-Suffolk Catholic High School Athletic Association title. The team had an incredible season, winning 25 out of 26 games. The team was closely tracked by many polls across the country and ranked St. Mary's one of the top 10 in the nation. The USA Today poll ranked them #2 before losing to Brooklyn's Xaverian by two points in the Class AA State CHSAA final.
On The Bay
Our little peninsula certainly has had an impact on the national sailing scene over the yearsThere have been ties to the America's Cup; the most successful one-design boat ever built, the Star class, was built here on our shores; and last year, Phil Trinter, who lives in Port Washington, represented the United States in the 2004 Olympics. The sailing accomplishments from such a small community never cease to amazeLast week, up in Newport, RI, another of our local sailing luminaries was rememberedThe occasion was the annual awards dinner at US SAILING's Spring Meeting on Saturday, April 2nd The first Harman Hawkins Trophy was presented to Ron Ward (Annapolis, MD) for his dedicated commitment to race administration by US SAILING's Vice President Jim Capron, as well as by Janet and Jonathan Hawkins, the wife and son of the late Harman Hawkins
Manhasset School Board Moving in Right Direction
TONH Tea Party