Streetscaping Project in Roslyn
The Roslyn Chamber of Commerce, the Roslyn Landmarks Society and the Roslyn Preservation Corporation are coordinating a streetscape project presently underway in the Village of Roslyn.
Urbach Charity Performances
Jourdan Urbach, 14-year-old violin prodigy from Roslyn and founder of the musical charity organization Children Helping Children, has taken his fundraising efforts to a new high this year. This national concert artist headlined a benefit performance at the Jazz at Lincoln Center Complex for the Children's Hearing Institute of the New York Eye and Ear Infirmary on Oct. 29. Pre-ticket sales for the event have already topped $900,000. The hosts for this concert are: Olympic Gold Medalist Vonetta Flowers and WNBC-TV medical correspondent Dr. Max Gomez. This fundraiser will benefit the Cochlear Implant/Hearing and Learning Centers so that all children may hear the language of music, and will be honoring its co-directors: Simon Parisier, MD, Ronald Hoffman, MD and Jane Madell, Ph.D.
Little League to Hold Spring Registration
The Roslyn Little League is holding its spring 2007 registration for both the Boys' baseball and Girls' softball leagues.
Wheatley Starts Volleyball Program
The Wheatley Athletic Department has announced that volleyball will be introduced into its athletic program. The East Williston Board of Education has given approval to create this first-ever program, which will be started immediately. Wheatley will field a middle school girls volleyball team during the upcoming Winter I sports season.
An Aside from the Scandal
Hevesi Must Resign