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DECEMBER 22, 2006

  • News: Students Learn Valuable Lessons at Guggenheim Preserve

    Two Schreiber High School AP (Advanced Placement) Environmental Science classes, nearly 50 students in all, met at the Guggenheim Preserve to learn about local flora and fauna first hand in November. Schreiber teachers, Julia Brandt and Ken Case accompanied Professor Betsy Gulotta on the field walk. Gulotta is an adjunct professor of biology at Nassau Community College, and Conservation Project Manager of Friends of the Hempstead Plains at Nassau Community College, an environmental organization working to restore and preserve the remaining Long Island prairie ecosystems. FULL STORY

  • News: Painting with Flowers Celebrates 20th Anniversary

    Painting with Flowers, the charming and attractive establishment at 298 Main Street, recently celebrated its 20th anniversary with the visit of two renowned potters, Richie Watts and Nicholas Mosse. The potters displayed and signed their beautiful selections for the many Port Washington residents who came to celebrate with owner Gayle Silver and her family and friends. Delicious refreshments were served, including Irish scones courtesy of Sullivan's Quay and a cake baked by the store's mail carrier. FULL STORY

  • Sports: Annual Elks Hoop Shoot

    The North Shore NY Lodge's competition for the 34th Annual Elks Hoop Shoot, the national free throw shooting contest for youngsters aged 8 through 13, will be held at Weber Middle School on Saturday, Jan. 6, 2007. Registration is at 10:30 a.m., followed immediately by the competition. FULL STORY

  • Sports: On the Bay

    How can any sane person call sailing last Sunday frostbiting? It was in the low- to-mid 60s and the water temperature was just about 45 degrees? There was even one man sailing in shorts! While all of us may be worried about global warming, it is kind of nice to have a few "warmish" days of sailing. There are sure to be some really cold days ahead for the competitors - days that will help all these rugged individuals save face. So after two Sundays of almost balmy weather, we may just have a true frostbite New Year's Regatta, full of all the elements of that first regatta so long ago that gave the moniker to this fleet of sailors. FULL STORY

  • Opinion: Strongly Opposed to Parking Garage
  • Opinion: Pastor of Bible Church Responds to Dr. Epstein's Bible Lecture Series Logo
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