Manorhaven Roof, Class Size, Fire Safety Focus of BOE
Sept. 6, the first day of classes for the Port Washington schools, culminated in a meeting of the board of education. The day, a "fabulous opening," according to Superintendent Geoffrey N. Gordon, provoked discussion on important back-to-school issues such as the Manorhaven roof, class sizes and fire safety.
A Song of the South
The United Methodist Church of Port Washington had a guest soloist last week. Dressed in the green robes of the Chancel Choir, Grace Bennett sang to an emotional congregation about God's love and steady care even in times of extreme trouble.
On the Bay
Last week this column reported on the Annual Cannonball Sailing Regatta. Unfortunately, the e-mail that was received contained some inaccuracies. Your columnist asked William H. James, Ph.D. to correct them. The following is, in part, what he submitted:
Hall of Fame Inductees Announced
The inductees will be honored at this year's Pride-in-Port festivities on Saturday, Oct. 29 beginning with a brunch at the high school for honorees, their families and AAPW board members; a ride in the Pride-in-Port parade followed by their introduction during half-time at the varsity football game.
Frank Russo Responds to Letters
Education By Managed Care