Major Events Planned to Mark the Community Synagogue's 50th Year - Rabbi Borowitz to Speak Jan. 4
A series of religious, academic and social events are being planned to celebrate the 50th anniversary of The Community Synagogue. On Jan. 4, Rabbi Eugene Borowitz, the founding rabbi of the congregation will lead the Sabbath service on Friday evening at 8:30 p.m. in the sanctuary. All are invited to participate.
2001 in Headlines: Part One
Manhasset Bay Water Quality Called "Best in Years"; Baxter Pond Water: High Tide for Now; Schreiber Times Brings Home the Gold; One of Port's Finest: Mayor John Weaver; Police Commissioner Persons Installed for Second Term: Middle School Design Revised-Numbers Are Still a Concern; Rock Concert to Benefit Justin Bakst Scholarship; Parking Garage Completed at St. Francis; Class of 1950 Celebrates Its 50th; Tom DiNapoli Plans Run for Nassau County Executive; School Facilities Plan Being Reviewed for Cuts; How Much Is Too Much?- The 64 Million Dollar Question; Board of Education Hears Residency Task Force Recommendations; Port Chamber to Hold 70th Anniversary; Suozzi Declares Candidacy for Nassau County Executive- Suozzi- "I Am Ready"; Sands Point Village Considers Maintenance of Natural Vegetation; Tennis Academy Donates $75k to PYA; More Reductions to School Facilities Plan, Will It Be Enough?": Three Intel Semifinalists Selected from Schreiber High School; Harbor Links Receives Environmental Award; Schreiber Athlete Sarah Walsh Reaches Basketball Milestone; Israel Guzman Profile; Nassau Republican Legislators Denounce Thomas Gulotta; Youth Council Cabaret 2001 Honors the Johnson Family; Democrats Elect Aronson; Debi Honorof Named Executive Director of Landmark on Main Street.
Annual Elks Hoop Shoot
Great Neck/Port Washington's competition for the 30th Annual Elks Hoop Shoot, the national free throw shooting contest for youngsters age 8 through 13, will be held at Weber Middle School on Saturday, Jan. 5. Registration is at 10 a.m., followed immediately by the competition.
Keep Water Pipes from Freezing