Chamber of Commerce Honors Sheila Brennan and Thomas P. O'Malley
During her 33 years in Manhasset, Sheila Brennan has been president of numerous organizations, including the Munsey Park Association.
Richard Grafer Asks 'How Much Is Enough?'
The Voice of the Faithful (VOTF) meeting attracted roughly 150 people on Thursday evening, Sept. 8, at the Unitarian Universalist Congregation at Shelter Rock, to hear local resident, Dick Grafer, retired from a career at the accounting firm of Arthur Andersen, discuss his analysis of the Diocese of Rockville Centre's (DRVC) financial statements.
Manhasset Mauls Mules, 26-7
The Manhasset Indians soundly defeated the Malverne Mules, 26-7 in a pivotal battle of Conference Four teams with 2-1 records. Playing under the lights at windy and rain soaked Ed Walsh Field on Friday night, the Indians made a strong rebound statement after losing to Roosevelt the previous week.
MHS Crew Races in Connecticut
On Oct. 8 the freshman/novice squad raced in the Head of the Housatonic regatta in Shelton, CT. Almost 100 teams, from Pennsylvania to Massachusetts, entered 588 boats to row the 2.7 mile course. MHS entered two novice men's fours, one women's novice four, and a freshman eight. The two men's fours rowed impressively to second and third place finishes in the torrential downpour. The women's four displayed the best technique in their heat resulting in a solid seventh place finish over four other crews, including St. Anthony's B boat. The freshman eight finished 11th out of the 19 boats entered and proved their local dominance by completing the course quicker than St. Anthony's A and B boats as well as Chaminade's C boat.
Iraq, a No-Win Situation