Seven Schreiber Students Named Semifinalists in Merit Scholarship Competition
Seven students from Schreiber High School have been selected as Semifinalists in the prestigious 2006 National Scholarship Competition, according to officials of the National Merit Scholarship Corporation. Merit Scholar designees are selected on the basis of their academic performance, accomplishments, skills and potential for success in rigorous college studies, without regard to gender, race, ethnic origin or religious preference.
Everyone's Invited to the Port Washington Thanksgiving Day Run
What's the secret to eating a huge Thanksgiving dinner and not feeling weighed down? Taking part in the Port Washington Thanksgiving Day Run first!
On the Bay
The leaves are beginning to show their beautiful fall colors, boats are being winterized, and local boatyards are busy hauling boats for the winter season. An unaware reader may think that the sailing community is about to go into hibernation - and many sailing spouses may secretly hold out hope that their "to do" lists may finally get some attention. Sorry to be the bearer of bad news - but that list may have to wait, as our sailing friends are already quite busy. The Frostbite Fleet was out last Sunday for a try-out day, foregoing attendance at the Annual Moosehead Awards (which will be reported on next week) to introduce prospective sailors to the fine art of sailing in cold, damp, windy weather.
Calling All Interested Kayakers
Vandals Seriously Damage Senior Center
Confusing the Issues Misleads the Public