Syosset Educators, Law Enforcement and Town Officials Educate Community About Stranger Danger
Sex offenders and pedophiles dominate the news lately between the allegations against Michael Jackson and the return of the Southampton teen lured by a predator via e-mail. Just weeks ago, there was an attempted abduction in Lloyd Harbor and then Syosset-area parents received district-wide letters from school principals stating that a convicted sex offender now resides in Syosset. Although the letters did not name the person, it offered websites like www. parentsformeganslaw.com so concerned parents can investigate. The sex offender had been convicted of first-degree sexual abuse of a 10-year-old girl and served 6 months in prison.
Jeffrey Mosenson Memorial Fund Casino Night Raises $100,000 for Training Center
The Jeffrey Mosenson Memorial Fund held its first Las Vegas Casino Night on January 29, at Crest Hollow Country Club. Over 300 guests enjoyed an evening that offered them the best of both worlds - the opportunity to gamble, eat fine food and to raise money for a very worthwhile cause. The night also included raffle prizes and a sports memorabilia auction.
Jericho Jr. Hawks Finish Perfect Season
The Jericho Jr. Hawks, a U6 travel soccer team, have been training and playing together for a year. They first formed for a Father's Day tournament in 2004 when they were PRE-K, a yr. younger than their rivals. They were shut out in all three games (a combined score of 20-0) but enjoyed the experience and had a wonderful time competing and trading patches. They came together again for a Columbus Day 2004 tournament a little older and now playing against kids their own age, they came in second place and received their first trophies.
Jericho Youth Football League Registration for Tackle and Flag
Tuesday night, March 29 and Wednesday night, March 30 between 6:30 and 9 p.m. at Jackson Elementary School's cafeteria the Jericho Youth Football League will be holding their flag and tackle football programs registration for the Fall 2005 season.
Jack Graff's Legacy Will Live on
Over 60...and Getting Younger