The Roslyn Bulldog Booster Association’s second Greg Fried Memorial 5K Walk/Run is Saturday, April 20 at 9 a.m. at Roslyn High School. It will follow a course through the Village of Roslyn. The race honors the memory of Greg Fried, a beloved Roslyn track and field coach. Contributions are tax deductible.
New York DECA’s 53rd Annual State Competition was recently held in Rochester. Roslyn High School maintained its reputation of excellence and high ranking with 12 top-10 finalists. Of Roslyn’s finalists, two were trophy winners, and two advanced to the DECA international level of competition being held in Anaheim, CA, on April 24. Individual members received medals in the following competitions: Jerry Li, Marketing Management; Kelsey Rosen, Wholesale Selling; Jared Faust, Decision Making Human Resources; Tiffany Sun, Decision Making Human Resources; Zach Busch, Decision Making Marketing; David Futoran, Job Interview; David Haime, Entrepreneurship Innovation Plan, National Qualifier; Sophie Friedfeld-Gebaide, Entrepreneurship Participating Event; Josh Vance, Hospitality & Tourism Professional Selling; Daniel Nissan, Sales Demonstration; Mark Perlman, third place Trophy Sales Demonstration and Alex Epprecht, third place Trophy Principles of Business Management and Administration, National Qualifier.
This year East Hills School fifth graders took part in a special art project called the Memory Project. The Memory Project is an opportunity for student artists to create portraits for orphaned or disadvantaged children around the world. Students were given the chance to draw seven portraits of children from Jamaica. After the students complete the paintings, they will be mailed back to the children at the orphanage. A few months later, they will receive a photo and video footage of the Jamaican children with their portraits. The purpose of this project is to foster acts of kindness and encourage thoughtfulness toward others. Students learned how to paint a portrait using acrylic paints while learning about shading, values, textures and composition.
Roslyn, Herricks, East Williston Adult Education offers Mah Jongg for both beginners and intermediate players. The class Mah Jongg for beginners – Part I - is a series of practical hands-on interactive workshops for new players. The class runs for five Mondays starting April 15, 9:30 a.m. – 12 noon. Intermediate – Part II - is Mah Jongg for those who have taken Part I, or already have a basic knowledge of the game, and want to learn to play at the next level. Mah Jongg Intermediate-Part II - runs on four Mondays starting May 20, 9:30 a.m. – 12 noon. Details are in the catalog. The catalog is also online: www.roslynschools.org, click on Community and then click on Adult Education. On the website, you will also find a printable registration form. Registration forms can be sent in via mail or fax. In-person registration is between 10 a.m. – 12 noon on weekdays. Instructions are on the form. A $5 registration fee must be included. Registrations will not be taken over the phone.
An annual event at the Early Childhood Center of Temple Beth Sholom was held on Sunday, March 10. Under the guidance of Early Childhood Center director, Helayne Cohen and Parent Association presidents, Jodi Mandell and Elaine Benlevi, a memorable afternoon for parents, children, Temple Beth Sholom board members and clergy was had by all.
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