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October 6, 2006

  • News: Updates on the Incorporated Village of Munsey Park

    The Village of Munsey Park has embarked upon two important public works programs, continuing its efforts to upgrade village roads and to protect its unique character. The first project will repair and upgrade those village streets that are now, or soon will be, in urgent need of repair, and the second project will repair and renovate Copley Park pond. FULL STORY

  • News: Down Memory Lane at the Manhasset Public Library

    The opening reception of the Our Town: Manhasset Memories Photographic exhibit at the Manhasset Public Library was Sunday afternoon, Sept. 24. This collection, a photographic history of the evolution of the town, is now on permanent exhibition in the basement of the library. Members of the Manhasset community were invited to attend the event and share their memories of the Manhasset they remembered. FULL STORY

  • Sports: Girls Swim Team Undefeated

    On Wednesday, Sept. 27, the MHS girls swim team defeated conference rival Bellmore Merrick 56-44 and Cold Spring Harbor 62-38 to improve to 4-0. Previous victories were against Lynbrook 91-67 and Plainview 53-40. FULL STORY

  • Sports: 'Superman' Spinathon at Equinox Fitness Club

    The Spinathon is a fundraiser to help support Manhasset's John McConnell in his efforts to raise money for the Christopher Reeve Foundation. Only 359 days after breaking his neck in two places, John McConnell will be running the 2006 NYC Marathon, while raising money for the Christopher Reeve Foundation. John was facing a long recovery after his accident and decided that he needed a goal to help keep motivated while undergoing months of physical therapy. His goal was to train for and run in the 2006 NYC Marathon. Less than one year from the day in which John broke his neck, he will run the NYC Marathon in celebration of his amazing recovery while at the same time raise money for the Christopher Reeve Foundation. "I think a hero is an ordinary individual who finds the strength to persevere and endure in spite of overwhelming obstacles," Christopher Reeve, Superman, said. "They are the real heroes, and so are the families and friends who have stood by them." FULL STORY

  • Opinion: LWV Recommends Optical Scan Voting Machines
  • Opinion: Participate in Manhasset's 'Safety Day' on October 28 Logo
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