Local Playwright Gets Big Break
The story of Todd Lepre is that of a local boy making it big in show business thanks to hard work and determination. Lepre, a resident of Massapequa, has been writing and directing dramatic works since his days as a student at Massapequa High School.
"It's Too Much!"
A 50 cent fare increase per ride was approved by the Village Board at a public hearing July 23, rather than the $1 per zone increase proposed by Long Island Yellow Cab.
North Massapequa Resident Receives Honors From Long Island Lutheran
Long Island Lutheran Middle and High School recognized the achievements of its outstanding students at its Annual Honors Banquet held June 18 at the Swan Club in Glenwood Landing. Among those honored was sophomore Brian Kolbe, a resident of North Massapequa, who received the Boys Varsity "B" Team Basketball Most Valuable Player Award.
Kiwanis Hosts Mini-Golf Outing
The Long Island South Central Kiwanis Division recently held a miniature golf outing fundraiser at Eisenhower Park. Funds raised went to various local and regional charities, such as Kamp Kiwanis, Pediatric Lyme Disease, and Iodine Deficiency Disorders. (L.-r.): LISC Lt. Govenor-elect Kevin Regan (2002-3); his wife Joann; LISC Lt. Gov. for Kiwanis Janice Seyfried (2000-1); her husband Eric (seated); Distinguished Past LISC Lt. Gov. Mickey Leamey; Distinguished Past LISC Lt. Gov. Dave Rothman; and Distinguished Past President of Hempstead Kiwanis Mary Burns.