School District Participates in Holiday Drive
Following the lead of the school district's Outreach Committee, students, parents and staff of the Port Washington school district all participated in spreading holiday cheer throughout Port Washington this year.
The Sweet Comfort Bakery & Café finds a home in Port Washington
A stream of warm, bright sunshine passing through wide-paned glass windows will greet customers each morning at 5B Irma Avenue as they eat their freshly baked scone and drink their steaming cup of coffee. After a long, thorough search, The Sweet Comfort Bakery & Café has chosen to locate their business at 5B Irma Avenue in Port Washington.
Knights of Columbus 'Shoot-Out'
The Knights of Columbus "free throw contest" will be held on Thursday, Jan. 18 at Daly Elementary School at 7:30 p.m.. Boys and girls, ages 10-14 (as of Jan. 1) are eligible. Trophies will be given to winners and runners-up in five brackets. Winners will advance to district level. Registration will be at the gym entrance.
On the Bay
Now that the holidays are over, it is time to settle down and get back to a more normal schedule. For many, that might mean a slower pace after the hectic weeks that have just concluded. Not so for our sailing friends. Their season just never ends - for which they are quite thankful. This past weekend, competitors from around Long Island Sound, and as far away as Massachusetts trailed their IC dinghies to Manhasset Bay YC for the 76th Annual Frostbite New Years Regatta. One might wonder about the moniker "frostbite," as three divisions (IC dinghies, Ideal 18s and Penguins) gathered around Kraus' Kastle in weather that was in the low to mid 50 degrees. Not too many were heard complaining, though. Look for complete results and details in next weeks column. In the meantime, readers can go to www.manhassetbayyc.org, for complete results and photos.
Water District Should Demand Refund
Alternatives to Parking Garage