Long Islanders are invited to see a collegiate women’s soccer tournament, attend soccer clinics and beat-the-pro competitions as well as a men’s soccer game as part of the “Kick, Score, Save” soccer event on Saturday, April 30 on New York Institute of Technology Old Westbury campus. The event will benefit Save the Children-Haiti.
Although the County’s two outdoor ice-skating rinks (at Christopher Morley and Grant parks) have closed for the season, skaters can continue to enjoy the pastime at Cantiague Park’s newly renovated indoor ice-skating rink.
The Cantiague Park ice-skating rink offers public skating sessions from five to seven days a week, generally from 1 to 3 p.m., depending upon the demands on the rink from hockey leagues and other events. There are also multiple sessions on Mondays and Fridays, depending upon other demands on the rink. During the school year, the rink adds additional public sessions during breaks. Public sessions are divided into general skating and speed skating (speed skates required). To learn more about public sessions, call the Cantiague Park skating rink (571-7056).
Every year, hundreds of Long Islanders find themselves homeless because of disasters like house fires. And though the American Red Cross cannot replace all that has been lost, its volunteers are able to provide food, shelter and comfort to those affected.
To help support its local efforts, the American Red Cross in Nassau County will hold the 4th Annual Red Cross Walk for Disaster Relief, at Nassau Veterans Memorial Coliseum, Saturday, April 2. Thanks to the New York Islanders, those who participate will receive admission to see the Isles take on the Carolina Hurricanes that night.
With seven fourth-period goals and a career-high 27 saves by junior goalkeeper Patrick Delventhal (Westbury), the Farmingdale State men’s lacrosse team defeated Plattsburgh State, 17-15, in their home opener. The Rams improved to 1-1 overall, while the Cardinals dropped to 0-1.
On March 27 through 29, more than 150 swimmers from the Long Island Aquatic Club (LIAC) will compete in the 2011 Short Course Junior Olympics at the Nassau County Aquatic Center.
The athletes representing Long Island Aquatic Club, including Westbury’s Hajin Choi, Zoe, Michael and Sophia Gregorace will compete against swimmers from all over the New York Metropolitan area during the three-day meet. Athletes in this competition range in ages from eight to 18. To qualify for the event many of the swimmers have been practicing five to six times a week and achieved their qualifying standards in other local swim meets throughout the year.
On Monday, Feb. 28, Westbury Okinawan Karate, which is offered by the Westbury Recreation Department, had its Annual Parent’s Night. The parents of all the students were invited to come to the dojo and train with their sons or daughters.
The Salisbury Senior Golf Club annual membership drive is underway and the club invites senior golfers of all skill levels to join them for the upcoming 2011 golf season.
On Feb. 12, the Carle Place Key Club held their 2nd annual Bowlathon in support of the Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation (JDRF). Forty students gathered at Sheridan Lanes and bowled several games to raise money and awareness for the organization.
JDRF is a leader in setting the agenda for diabetes research worldwide, and is the largest charitable funder of and advocate for type 1 diabetes research. The mission of JDRF is to find a cure for diabetes and its complications through the support of research.
On Thursday, Feb. 3, AMF Garden City Lanes transformed from a bowling alley into an Islanders playground, as eight players laced up their clown-like, ruby-red bowling shoes and hit the hardwood with some of their biggest fans. The Lady Islanders Girls Ice Hockey Program of Long Island held their second annual Bowl-A-Thon in conjunction with the Islanders to fundraise for their Under-19, Under-14, Under-12 and Under-10 teams. The four female squads, solicited sponsors for this year’s event, collecting over $6,000 to help pay for ice time, jerseys, equipment, tournament registrations, league fees and more. In addition to raising money, the girls were rewarded with the opportunity to bowl with some of their hockey heroes. They also had the chance to take numerous photos with the boys in blue and brought home bags full of autographed yearbooks and player cards. Veterans Matt Moulson, Bruno Gervais and Josh Bailey led the way and brought rookie teammates Nathan Lawson, Ty Wishart, Jeremy Colliton and Travis Hamonic along for the evening’s festivities.
Runners and walkers from Westbury and all over Long Island are cordially invited to join in the fun on Sunday, April 3 for the 34th annual Nationwide 10-Kilometer Run for ASPIRE, Long Island’s oldest continuously held 10-K run. This will be the first Sunday running of the event, which had been traditionally held on a Saturday.
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