Manhasset Chamber of Commerce Honors Tireless Volunteers
On Sunday, Nov. 6, the Manhasset Chamber of Commerce honored Sheila Brennan and Thomas O'Malley for their tireless work on behalf of the Manhasset Community Fund. The festivities took place at the Strathmore Vanderbilt Country Club and were well attended by Town of North Hempstead officials, including Supervisor Jon Kaiman, Councilmen Wayne Wink and Fred Pollack, Town Clerk Michelle Schimel and a host of friends, family and well-wishers.
Strathmore Village and South Strathmore Civic Associations Hold Annual Meeting
The annual meeting of the Strathmore Village and South Strathmore Civic Associations was held Wednesday evening, Nov. 2 at Munsey Park School. Featured speakers from the Town of North Hempstead included Councilman Wayne Wink and Commissioner Gil Anderson, Department of Public Works. Town Supervisor Jon Kaiman and Deputy Commissioner of Planning, Cecelia Ward were also scheduled to attend but were detained at another speaking engagement. Representatives from the 6th Precinct Sergeant Stephanoff and Officer Chuchill spoke about the recent home invasions and burglaries in Manhasset and surrounding communities.
Indians Beat Seaford in Playoff
By virtue of the being seeded 4th in the Conference IV Nassau County football playoffs, the Manhasset Indians got a home game at Ed Walsh Field this past Friday night, and took advantage of it by defeating the Seaford Vikings 20-8.
Manhasset Girls Cross Country Defend Conference Championship
The Manhasset Girls Cross Country team successfully defended their Conference Championship at Bethpage State Park on Saturday, Oct. 29. Four of the top seven girls earned All Conference status by finishing in the top 15 individuals against runners from 11 teams.
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