The Mineola School District was full steam ahead on the first day of school, welcoming students back for the 2013-14 school year. Pictured here, students exit their first day at Mineola Middle School on Tuesday, Sept. 3.
The Lutheran Church of Our Saviour, located on the corner of Jefferson and Willis Avenues in Mineola, announced its concert series for 2013-14. The concerts, produced by Dr. Jeanine Nagao, feature professional musicians from the Metropolitan New York and Long Island areas.
The driver education program will start on Monday, Sept. 30. Registration will begin on Monday, Sept. 9 and continue through Wednesday, Sept. 18, 10 a.m. to noon and 1:30 to 2:30 p.m. in the attendance office of Mineola High School. Seniors and juniors only.
All applicants must furnish a copy of their permit and/or birth certificate. They must provide a certificate from a doctor or school nurse indicating they are in good health and have a minimum visual acuity of 20/40 or better. Applications require a parent’s signature.
Applications must be returned to the attendance office no later than 3 p.m. on Wednesday, Sept. 18.
The Williston Park Library recently hosted a Summer Reading themed program for children 18 months to 5 years old. Children enjoyed stories and songs about being on a farm and planting in a garden.
We want to feature your work in the 2014 Anton Calendar
• Your photo of a snowman is perfect for February
• Your drawing of flowers is ideal for April
• And who can resist a crayon masterpiece of a turkey in November?
As part of the calendar, your work will hang in homes and businesses around Nassau County.
Original art is welcome, too (though we cannot return it). Send it to:
2014 Calendar, Anton Community Newspapers, 132 East Second St., Mineola, NY 11501
A Mineola resident has been named to the board of the Mineola-based Family & Children’s Association.
Janet Henriquez-Marcic is the executive director of Brooklyn-based Maura Clarke-Ita Ford Center that assists immigrants, primarily Spanish-speaking women, in creating opportunities for a brighter future for themselves and their families.
Andrew Ines, of Mineola, has been awarded the dean’s list for the spring 2013 semester at Cornell University. The dean’s list recognition is awarded to full time students who achieve a semester GPA of at least 3.7.
Ines is currently a human biology, health and society major at the College of Human Ecology at Cornell University, with an expected graduation date of Spring 2014.
The members of the Mineola Junior Fire Department took its annual trip to Lake George to enjoy the sites, fun parks and have just a plain good time.
The department stood at the Depe Dene waterfront lodge. Everyone enjoyed the rides and attractions at the Great Escape Amusement and Water Park. At the resort, the juniors had a chance to swim and relax at the resort’s beach, which has paddle boats, row boats, and canoes.
Some of members even did some fishing with a few catches. During the week, Mineola rented a speedboat and a deck boat so members could do water tubing. Juniors enjoyed bumper car rides, laser tag and go-carting at the Adventure Racing Park.
The Greater New Hyde Park Chamber of Commerce presented donations to many worthy causes in the community. The most recent are facilitated by the Chamber’s Benevolence Committee.
The committee presented a $1,000 donation to the Harbor Child Care School in Mineola to purchase new cribs. Harbor Child Care based in New Hyde Park has seven locations in Nassau County.
The Mineola School District selected Janet Gonzalez to fill the open principal’s post at Jackson Avenue School. Outgoing principal Patricia Molloy retired on June 30.
The district interviewed candidates at a closed meeting on June 27. It is unknown who else met with Mineola.
Gonzalez will start her new position on Aug. 5 but could not be reached for comment because she was on vacation, district reps stated. She currently serves as assistant principal at the Stratford School in the Garden City School District.
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