Museum Grounds Become a Battlefield
A snowy Sunday afternoon in Roslyn was lit up by the sound of gunfire and cannon fodder as re-enactors portraying both British and Colonial soldiers held an historical encampment and battle on the grounds of the Nassau County Museum of Art in Roslyn Harbor.
Village Report Touts Spending Discipline
The annual "state of the village" for Roslyn, released last week by the Village, declared Roslyn's financial position as described by Village auditors as healthy due mainly to the second consecutive "zero increase" in budget spending.
Ablaze Advance to Semifinals
Albertson Ablaze U-11 after their exciting soccer win against Clarkstown in the quarter finals State Cup game at Caemmerer Park. The double overtime, five shot shoot out ended with Ablaze on fire. With this win the team advances to the semifinals this spring. The team includes: Kristin Merlo, Stephanie Smith, Jill Caputo, Rebecca Nelson, Jessica Schissel, Lonnie Nemiroff, Alicia Terry, Julie Insinga, Ashley Musiker, Leah Seyburn, Alexa Lucci, Ashley Kowalczyk, Lauren Hom, Coaches Mario Kowalczyk, Gerard Terry and John Nelson.
Davidoff Stars for Binghamton
Freshman Brad Davidoff of Roslyn has begun his career as a varsity tennis player for Binghamton University. On Feb. 11, Colgate defeated Binghamton, 4-3, but Mr. Davidoff posted a strong 6-3, 6-4 win at second singles. Mr. Davidoff is a graduate of Roslyn High School. Roslyn native Julie Klein starred for four years on Binghamton's women's varsity tennis squad.
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