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North Hempstead Honors the 2004 Women's Roll of Honor-Port Woman Sr. Kathy Somerville, director of the Social Ministry Outreach Program/Stop & Shop Supermarket Opens with Much Fanfare/Weber MS Science Olympiad Team Takes First Place in County!/Port Washington Library Awards Bid for Parking Lot Construction/Dolphin Bookshop Participates in Program for Homeless Girls on LI/Former School Employee Found Guilty in Rape, Sodomy of 15 Year-Old Boy/The Inn of Port Washington Undergoes Major Transition/Library Board Incumbent (Julie Geller) Runs Unopposed/New School Budget May Exceed $100M/School Budget Down $3.1 Mil. From Original Proposal/ 103 Outstanding Students Inducted Into HS's National Honor Society/Consumers Warned on Identity Theft/Elks Lodge Presents Awards-First Female President of GN/Port Washington Elected/Rich Literary Heritage of Immigrant Writing Celebrated by PWPL/Holocaust Day at Port Jewish Center/Red Stocking: Something Fun for a Good Cause for 25 Years/What's the Future of School Buildings' Roofs Following Bond Defeat?/Schools Embroiled in Dispute With County Over $800K Tax Revenue Shortfall/Great Majority of Third and Fourth Graders Opt for Enrichment Workshops/Dr. Irwin Kellner Talks About the State of the Economy/Interfaith Effort on Housing/The First Gambol/The Eyes of War: US Army Photographers in Viet Nam (at Cow Neck Historical Society)/Schreiber Math Research Students Succeed at Math Marathon/Sheraton and Traub to Speak at Friends Book & Author Luncheon/Library Budget Defeated-Is the Tax Revolt Underway?/Boy Scout Troop Celebrates Anniversary/Port Photo & More Goes Back in Time With Camera Collection/Why I Relay for Life: Valerie Jean Evans/League of Women Voters Sponsors School Board Candidates Night-Six Candidates to Run for Two Board Positions/Family Health Fair a Success!/Captain Michael Corbisiero Home From One Year Tour in Baghdad-Family Thanks Community for Support/BOE Adopts Budget of $99,833,944/Miss New York State Visits Schreiber/No Tax Increase in Flower Hill/Brittany Baron's Artwork Display Six Vie for Two School Board Seats-Candace Bowser, Brian Colenda, Nancy Cowles, Jean-Marie Posner, Richard Sussman and Eric Zausner/Mothers-of-the-Year 2004- Marie Dellavecchia, Judy "Miosotis" Scallon, Marilyn Bergman and Karen Vetrone/Councilman Announces Expansion of Animal to Accept Cats/The Pro's of Protein Promoted at Daly School/Schreiber HS Plans Sept. 11, 2001-Memorial Garden-Honors Martin DeMeo, Olga Kristin Osterholm, John "Pepe" Salerno and Jeffrey LeVeen/Library Parking Project Survival Guide/Schreiber Excels in Admission to Most Selective Colleges/Village of Manorhaven to Sell Property Adjacent to Village Hall/Second Environmental Study of Salem School Recommended/Operation Safe Stop Day to Be Held on May 13-Reminder that Motorists Cannot Pass Stopped School Buses/Port Teams Win Nassau County Titles/County Executive Holds Economic Development Tour and Forum/ Nancy Cowles and Jean-Marie Posner Win BOE Seats/Residents' Gala to Honor Amy Bass/Anton Is Nassau County's Island to Island Ambassador/Scholarship Established in Memory of Peter Vabulas/Flirting or Hurting Workshop/Vickie Johnson Selected as Co-Grand Marshal of This Year's Memorial Parade-First Woman Ever/Tylinski Selected Co-Grand Marshal of Memorial Day Parade/ With Huge Voter Turnout, School Budget Passes 2,905 to 2,375/Fire Medic Celebrates 25th Anniversary/Manorhaven Candidates Report Harassment and Threats/Charitable Organization Becca's Closet Now at the Peppermint Stick Jay Lewis, Principal of Ward Melville Named New Schreiber HS Principal/Library Budget Revote Set for June 8/HarborFest Weekend Is Here-14th Year/20th Century Commerce on the Bay/Schreiber Big Winners at Science Fair/Officials Gather for Sake of LI Sound/PYA to Induct Doyle, Fitzgerald at Hall of Fame Dinner June 18/LIAF Honors Four Port Volunteers-Jane Candido, Lenny Ruderfer, SooMin Eileen Shon and Kelly Woo Jung Shon/Sparse Turnout but Sparks Flew at M'Haven Candidates' Night/FOTA Opening Night Gala Features Burt Bacharach/On Memorial Day: We Salute Our War Heroes/Memorial Day 2004/Christopher Shields, Named South Salem School Principal/Badminton Captures Nassau County Title/PW Farmer's Market Opens June 12/Community Chest Elects Dr. Craig Michaels As President/Chamber of Commerce Meeting-Taxes and Traffic/Congressman Gary Ackerman Holds Meeting for Public/Hail Storm Hits Sands Point/Richard J. McCabe Passes/May 11 BOE Meeting-Fond Farewell to Linda Creash: Salem Revisited/PEP Students Excel at Mock Trial Tournament/Port Washington News' Fathers-of-the-Year Contest Winners: Harold Poole, Howard Schiff, Rocco Fontana, Paul Ferguson, Neil Levane, Peter Rup, Robert Randel, Ken Schacter and Stuart Rosen/ Port Library Budget Passes on Revote/ Annual Blessing of the Fleet Opens Boating Season/ John Q. Barrett Presents Insider's Portrait of President Franklin D. Roosevelt/Port Public Library Showcases Halpern's PORTraits Three/ York State Lawmakers Call for School District Checks and Balances/Welcome Home! Captain Marc Alacqua Back From Iraq/HarborFest Fun/Levinson Launches "Star" Outreach/Party by the Pool at Manorhaven Park/Amsterdam House First CCRC in Nassau County/Port Bids Goodbye to Optometrist Dr. Herman Katims Logo
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