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November 5, 1999

  • NEWS: Two Elmont Students Receive Young Women of Achievement Award

    The Long Island National Organization for Women (NOW) awarded two Elmont Memorial High School seniors, Melissa Charles and Corinne Durand, with the Young Women of Achievement Award. The NOW committee selects the top young women from schools on a national level based on the involvement of female students who have excelled in academics, athletics, the arts, leadership and community service. Melissa Charles and Corinne Durand received the Young Women of Achievement Award at a ceremony on Oct. 17 at the Hofstra USA Club. FULL STORY

  • NEWS: Franklin Square Resident Receives 'Make a Difference' Award

    Hempstead Town Supervisor Rich Guardino and members of the town board present the official Town of Hempstead Make a Difference Award Medal to William Rottkamp of Franklin Square, who was recently honored at the 1999 Town of Hempstead Make a Difference Awards Ceremony which was held in the Nathan L.H. Bennett Pavilion at Hempstead Town Hall. Since his retirement as a beer and soda distributor, Bill has spent more time in volunteer service than he spent on his job while working. As a volunteer at the Helen Keller Center for the Blind, he provides transportation for some of the attendees, and plays recreational games with the members of the center. FULL STORY

  • SPORTS: Carey High School Sports News

    Congratulations to the girls tennis team - now - 2-0 on their resounding triumph over Uniondale. The team was led by Jen Liantonio in first singles and Lea Cohen and Rachel Rende in first doubles. FULL STORY

  • OPINION: Reflections on the Political Process

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