American Legion Puts Down Roots
The Quentin Roosevelt American Legion Post No. 4 voted to remain in their present location at 120 South Street. Although they were in negotiations with Island Properties to return to their former building, with nothing set after two years, they made their own decision, said former Post Commander Reginald Butt.
School for the Deaf Hosts Hoops Tournament
Excitement and school spirit are mounting at Mill Neck Manor School for the Deaf as the Mill Neck Boys Basketball team prepares to take on five other deaf schools, from all over the Northeast, in friendly and fierce competition. Mill Neck Manor will host the Eastern Schools for the Deaf Athletic Association (ESDAA) Division III Boys Basketball Tournament from Feb. 15-17. Member schools take turns hosting the competition, which focuses on good sportsmanship, ethical behavior and integrity, as advocated by the National Federation of State High School Athletic Associations.
Local Women Hit the Ice at Trinity
The Trinity College women's ice hockey team defeated NESCAC rival Amherst, 3-2, in overtime on Dec. 7, but lost, 6-0, against league foe Hamilton on Dec. 8 to close the fall semester.
Counting on a Strong Hamlet Plan