Science for Kids Illuminated in Panchyk's New Book
Galileo for Kids is a 166-page story that covers much more than just Galileo. The history of astronomy, The Dark Ages, The Renaissance, The Leaning Tower of Pisa and The Plague as well as religion and the famous Medici family are just some of the other subjects discussed. Panchyk also writes about the solar system, stargazing, sunspots and information on Bible references to astronomy.
Jones Manor, A Beacon of Hope for TNH Senior Residents
North Hempstead Town Supervisor Jon Kaiman and Councilman Robert Troiano want to remind North Hempstead's residents of the wonderful services Jones Manor On-The-Sound has to offer seniors. Jones Manor is a non-profit and non-denominational residential home operated by the Jones Fund and it provides either long-term, respite or day care for Long Island's seniors. Their focus is on personal care and their goal is to create a loving environment for these seniors to call home. At Jones Manor, individuals can feel confident in the care that their family members are receiving whether it be for only a few hours a day or a more extended period of time.
'Tackle Cancer' at First-Ever American Cancer Society Fishing Tournament
Well-known fishing personality and guide Rich Johnson, host of The Fishing Line show on WLNY TV55 television and WGBB 1240AM radio, will cast his line to "Tackle Cancer" as Master of Ceremonies for the first-ever American Cancer Society fishing tournament on Sunday, Aug. 7. Johnson, event chairperson Rick Belyea of Public Strategy Group of LI and celebrity guests former NY Giant Sean Landeta and Ms. Fitness 2005, Nicole Avellina, want you to help fight cancer, with fishing rods as weapons, by participating in the all-day tournament.
Questioning Funding for WHS Track
From the Desk of Senator Michael Balboni