Suozzi Kicks Off Phase Two of Nassau County Parks "Come Back" Campaign
Joined at Seaford's Tackapausha Museum and Preserve by Boy and Girl Scouts, other community volunteers and Nassau County Parks employees, Nassau County Executive Thomas R. Suozzi kicked off the second phase of his ambitious Parks "Come Back" campaign, involving the cleanup of the county's preserves and natural areas. Nassau County Legislators David Denenberg (D-Merrick) and Dave Mejias (D-North Massapequa) also took part in the clean-up.
Kids of Distinction Program Winners Honored
Oyster Bay Town Supervisor John Venditto and Kids Helping Kids by Kids Way, Inc. Founder Robert Eslick congratulated the winners of the Kids of Distinction Program at a special ceremony during a recent meeting of the Oyster Bay Town Board. The program was created this year as a way to recognize exceptional youngsters in the Town of Oyster Bay. Winners were selected by Kids Helping Kids by Kids Way, Inc., which established a seven-member committee to judge applications.
Jericho Third and Fourth Grade Lacrosse News
The Spring lacrosse season ended on Sunday, June 5th as the Jericho third and fourth-grade lacrosse team played their final game at home against Hewlett. It was a very hot day, but lucky for Jericho, they had plenty of fresh legs well into the fourth quarter. Even in the heat of the fourth quarter, the players could be seen on the sidelines tugging on the shirts of the coaches asking "Coach, can I go back in now?"
Jericho Fire Travel Soccer News
The Jericho Fire girls travel soccer team will be holding open tryouts for next season on Sunday, June 12, at 4:30 p.m. at Robert Seaman Elementary School. This will be for girls U13 who will be going into seventh grade in the fall. Anyone with an interest in trying out, please come to the tryout with shin guards and cleats. For further information, please call Robert Setton at Rsetton@aol.com or call 885-4575.
On The Retirement of Louise Montalbano
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