N. Massapequa Firefighter Rises to Highest Rank in Nassau County
When Frank Nocerino became a volunteer firefighter with the North Massapequa Fire Department at age 18, it was the fulfillment of one of his childhood dreams. Now, 30 years later, he has risen to heights he hadn't even imagined he could achieve.
No Rain on This Parade
Overcast skies couldn't keep residents of the Massapequas from attending the Memorial Day Parade and Service, which began at approximately 10:30 a.m. May 28. Young and old alike lined the streets to pay tribute to those who made the supreme sacrifice in defense of our nation, and to welcome New York State Governor George Pataki, who marched in the parade, to Massapequa Park.
Columbus Lodge Golden Lions Take Bite Out of Bulldogs
Webster's dictionary describes "resilient" as an ability to recover from or adjust from easily to misfortune or change. After starting the season off slowly, the resilient Columbus Lodge #2143 softball team (the Golden Lions) swept a double header from the Bellmore Bulldogs at Mitchell Field in Uniondale and extended their winning streak to three straight.
Walk for Health at Sunrise Mall
It's spring in Massapequa which means the flowers are blooming, but so are your allergies. Come join the Sunrise Soles, the official mall-walking club of Sunrise Mall, and stay cool and breathe better while you stay in shape. Enjoy walking in the sky lit, climate controlled environment 362 days a year, rain or shine. The mall walkers program at Sunrise Mall has over 700 members and promotes better health through exercise. Why deal with allergies and heat when you have the Sunrise Mall?
From the Desk of Assemblyman Labriola