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CALENDAR OF EVENTS
The following are a list of public meetings and special events for the coming week:
THURSDAY, September 23
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McKenna School plant sale October 2nd

McKenna Elementary School is holding a Harvest Fest and Plant sale on Second Avenue, Saturday, October 2, 2004 from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Come and choose from a selection of mums, kale, cornstalks, hay and various outdoor decorations. More...

Business Beat

Dr. Tucholski joins chiropractor office in Massapequa

In April of this year, Dr. Lee Tucholski joined the established chiropractor More...

Infant reunited with his mother after stolen with a car in Massapequa

A mother More...

MPK Village emergency plan ready to roll

The Village of Massapequa Park is prepared for emergencies. More...

 

Schools/Sports

Plainedge spring sports finals

Congratulations to the Plainedge High School Boys varsity volleyball team, which was named Conference IIIB Champions, and to Head Varsity Volleyball Coach Joseph Como who was voted Conference IIIB "Coach of the Year. More...

St. Rose 8th Grade Volleyball team

wins LI championship! More...

Massapequa Varsity Softball wins...

Congratulations go to the Massapequa Varsity Softball team on winning the Conference AA1B Championship; won 12, lost 5. All County Awards went to senior Nicole Iovino and Junior Danielle Furka. More...

Opinion

Dr. Seymour Kirschenfeld, local cardiologist

Dr. Seymour Kirschenfeld, a prominent Cardiologist who practiced on Long Island for more than fifty years, and was on staff at Brunswick Hospital in Amityville, died August 28 at his home in Roslyn Heights after succumbing to colon cancer. More...

Eleanor A. Quinn, of Massapequa Park

Eleanor A. Quinn, of Massapequa Park, died August 30, 2004

Mrs. Quinn was predeceased by her husband Patrick (Joe). More...

Lucille Darcy, of West Babylon

Lucille Darcy, of West Babylon and formerly of Farmingdale, died August 31, 2004. More...

Poll

Do you expect to spend more this holiday season than you did last year?