Westbury's Neighborhood Lifeline
In 1916, nurse Ella Purdy established the Westbury Neighborhood House, a public health center at 334 Winthrop Street, that provided immunizations to neighborhood children. Over the years, the center's role within the community quickly began to grow, but the end of World War II brought about a board of health takeover, hindering Neighborhood House's right to administer health care. Rather than closing its doors, however, the center began moving in a different direction, opening its doors to help the poor and needy.
News From the Central Westbury Civic Association
One of the Central Westbury Civic Association's (CWCA) men of the century is the first African American superintendent of the Westbury School System, Robert D. Pinckney, Ph.D. Dr. Pinckney will always be a children's man, his philosophy conceptualizes "education of children today and represents the future of tomorrow."
Carle Place's Girls Softball Schedule
Athletic Events Scheduled
The Wheatley School Schedule of Athletic Events for the week of April 29 is as follows:
County Executive Thomas Suozzi's Column