October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month, and in recent years the Long Island Junior Soccer League clubs and teams have used this time to raise funds, raise awareness and bring and bring their communities together through their efforts off the field.
One such example this season is the efforts of the GU14 Elwood Thunder and the GU10 Elwood Mustangs. Both teams actually raised funds for the Avon Walk for Breast Cancer a year ago. This year they are taking their efforts to another level. In addition to a recent bake sale that raised over $350, the Thunder are looking forward to taking part in the Estee Lauder Breast Cancer Awareness Day at the Peter Collins Soccer Park in Plainview later this month.
Baseball is America’s pastime and should be enjoyed by everyone, including children with special needs.
That has been the thrust of Long Island Challenger Baseball since it was established in 1989 -- to give physically and mentally challenged children from across the island the opportunity to play baseball in an environment structed to their abilities.
The founders of the Long Island’s Fight for will host a Boxer Matchup Cocktail Reception on Monday, Oct. 7, from 6 p.m. to 8 p.m., at Carlyle at the Palace, in Plainview to announce the boxer matchups for this year’s 10th Main Event.
Kevin “Spider” Kelly, a Plainview resident and co-president and CCO of BigBuzz Marketing Group, is one of over 20 volunteer boxers from the business community who will gather with committee members, sponsors and fans to meet, network and learn who the boxers’ opponents will be in November.
The Peter C. Collins Soccer Park in Plainview plays host to the Estee Lauder Companies’ Breast Cancer Awareness Day Sunday, Oct. 20.
Forty teams of under-14 girls will be playing at the park that day to help raise funds and awareness for the Breast Cancer Research Foundation.
Local athletes, Ken Colantuoni, Tracy Ruhling and Alan End of Plainview, Doug Berkowitz and John Mulvey of Syosset, Stevie Weinstein of Woodbury and Steve Schloss of Muttontown, each earned an award at the second annual UJA-
Federation of New York Summer’s Not Done AquaRun. The event, which consisted of an 800-Meter Swim, followed by a 3-Mile Run, was held at Tobay Beach in Massapequa on Sept 15.
Councilman Chris J. Coschignano announced that registration for the Town of Oyster Bay Youth Ice Hockey Program will take place on Saturday, Oct. 5 from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m., and Wednesday, October 9 from 6 p.m. to 9 p.m., at the
Town of Oyster Bay Ice Skating Center in Bethpage.
Following those dates, registration will continue in the Recreation office at Town Hall South, located at 977 Hicksville Rd. in Massapequa, from Oct. 10 through 31 from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m.
Fall has arrived and so has football season. Town of Oyster Bay Supervisor John Venditto (back row, holding football) Councilman Joseph Pinto (back row, 5th from left), Councilwoman Michele Johnson (4th from left) and Town Clerk James Altadonna Jr. (back row, center) joined with Nassau County Legislators Michael Venditto (right), Rose Walker (3rd from right) and Joseph Belesi (2nd from right), New York State Assemblyman Thomas McKevitt (5rd from left) and District Court Judge Rhonda Fischer (3rd from left) at opening day of Farmingdale PAL Youth Flag Football. This year marks the 10th anniversary of the program which promotes dedication, teamwork, and good sportsmanship while players enjoy the game of football and develop skills in the sport. Also pictured are the Commissioner of Flag Football Ray Webb (middle row, center), retired director George Mauro (left), President Russ Catanzaro (2nd from left), Sergeant Doug Kenah (4th from left) of the Nassau County Police Athletic League, members of the Farmingdale High School Kickline and players from the league.
Legendary National Hockey League referee Kerry Fraser (2nd from left) recently met with Town of Oyster Bay Councilman Chris J. Coschignano (second from right), Councilman Joseph G. Pinto (right) and former pro hockey player Buzz Deschamps (left) of the Town of Oyster Bay’s Youth Ice Hockey Program. The group discussed aspects of the Town’s thriving program and shared interesting stories of the game.
The Long Island Regional Development School, hosted and sponsored by the Plainview-based Long Island Junior Soccer League, has provided fully funded, high-end training to Long Island’s most talented soccer players for the past three years.
And now three members of the Long Island RDS are heading to the Red Bulls Academy, the region’s only soccer academy with links to a professional Major League Soccer team.
The New York Cosmos recognized 15 of the Plainview-based Long Island Junior Soccer League teams in a pre-game ceremony on the field prior to their game against the San Antonio Scorpions at James M. Shuart Stadium on the campus of Hofstra University on Saturday, August 24.
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