Carey Earns Blue Ribbon School of Excellence Award
After a tense six-week wait for the verdict, it was announced recently that H. Frank Carey High School has been named a prestigious Blue Ribbon School of Excellence by the United States Department of Education. By winning the single-most sought-after prize for high schools, Carey has earned a spot in the pantheon of American high schools, an achievement earned by only 2 percent of national secondary schools.
Local Scout Recipient of Young American Award
Carl F. Regelmann, an Eagle Scout with Troop 240 in West Hempstead was one of five recipients of the National Young American Award. The award, which includes an unrestricted cash grant of $5,000, was presented at the National Annual Meeting of the Boy Scouts in Nashville, Tennessee on May 25. The recipients excelled in the fields of community service and education, are involved in service, and maintain an above-average scholastic average.
Franklin Square Little League Parade
Nassau County Executive Thomas S. Gulotta recently attended the Annual Parade and Opening Day Ceremonies of the Franklin Square Little League at Rath Park. Pictured in photo (left to right) are: Town of Hempstead Councilman Joseph Kearney, Little League President Phil Malloy, Tom Gulotta, County Comptroller Fred Parola and County Clerk Karen Murphy, with Little Leaguers (left to right) Jillian Malloy, Kaitlin Callahan, Edward Eymolu and Darcy Fusco.
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