Holiday Lights at Belmont Park Open
Frosty the Snowman and Santa Claus celebrate the holiday season at Holiday Lights at Belmont Park. With over 2 million lights and more than 100 displays the two-and-one-half mile drive-thru tour of Belmont Park Racetrack is the largest of its kind in the area. Opening at 5 p.m. daily the Holiday Lights at Belmont Park and Christmas Village will be open until Dec. 31. Charitable partners for Holiday Lights at Belmont include 1-in-9 Long Island's Breast Cancer Action Coalition, Marty Lyons Foundation, Girl Scouts of Nassau, Gateway Youth Outreach and Mothers Against Drunk Driving. Holiday Lights is also an official drop off point for new, unwrapped toys for Toys for Tots and canned foods for Island Harvest. Additional information and discount coupons visit www.belmontholidaylights.com or call 293-4242.
Lieutenant Governor Visits Elmont, Franklin Square
In the auditorium of the John Street School in Franklin Square, all of the sixth-grade students waited with anticipation for the latest guest in the "Mentors and Leaders" program, which introduced leaders to students in a town hall-style meeting. The program was created by Assemblyman Tom Alfano and it gives students an opportunity to interact and ask questions of, among others, elected officials.
Lady Spartans Capture Conference Championship
This season, the varsity volleyball team at Elmont was given little chance of making the playoffs. The team was too young, too inexperienced. That is, until playoff time rolled around and the Lady Spartans sat atop the standings in Conference III.
Water District Issues Precautions