A Schreiber Hat-Trick: Kristin Kovner, Lucas Hanft and Viviana Risca Are Named Intel Talent Search Finalists
When the judges for the prestigious Intel Science Talent Search winnowed their list of 300 semifinalists from across the United States to just 40 finalists, three of the finalists all came from the same school in the same community: Port Washington's Schreiber High School. Kristin Kovner's math research project, Viviana Risca's science research, and Lucas Hanft's social science project were recognized as among the most outstanding in the nation.
Amy G. Bass to Receive Citizen of the Year Award
The Community Chest of Port Washington has selected Amy G. Bass to receive the Citizen of the Year Award, the highest honor bestowed by the local fund-raising organization. Bass will be officially recognized on Tuesday, Feb. 8, at 8 p.m., in the meeting room of the Port Washington Library. Members of the public are invited.
PW Kids in Hoops for Lymphoma
This past weekend, more than 20 Port Washington children participated in the Hoops for Lymphoma 3-on-3 basketball tournament at Nassau Coliseum. This event has raised hundreds of thousands of dollars toward finding a cure. The kids are grouped according to age and play a round robin competition. Three of the Port teens advanced to the semifinals and one team went on to win their division.
On The Bay
In a chat with Angelo DeMagistris, a longtime devotee of Mill Pond, we decided that it would be nice to remind people of what this spot offers. The most recent important event was held from Oct. 31 through Dec. 3 and was the annual Frostbite Regatta. Your reporter attended the racing on Oct. 31, which was a lovely day, warm and pleasant.
On Behalf of the Village Club Road Issue
Re: Application to Rezone Property in Manhasset Isle