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CALENDAR OF EVENTS
The following are a list of public meetings and special events for the coming week:
THURSDAY, December 30
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Obituaries

Josephine Sullivan, Seamstress, a 28-year resident of Massapequa

Josephine Sullivan, a 28-year resident of Massapequa who worked as a seamstress in Wantagh Dress Company, died from a long term illness December 11, 2004. She was 89-years old. More...

Edward R. Truckenbroudt, formerly of Massapequa

Edward R. Truckenbroudt, of Roxbury, New York and formerly of Massapequa, died December 7, 2004. More...

Dorothea Terwilliger, Lay Nun

"They really were soul mates," said Patricia Holub, of her parents who married despite the fact that her mother at one time intended to become a Catholic nun. More...

MPK Village hears proposal to develop new cul-de-sac

Filling Massape-qua Park Village Hall with objections and debate at a Nov. More...

Rebuilding Together volunteers help local family rebuild life

After spending more than ten months in the hospital recovering from a brain infection contracted during surgery, five-year-old Jake Brower was looking forward to going home. More...

 

Schools/Sports

Athletic Scholarships

Awarded to Seniors
MHS
in focus

Three Massapequa High School seniors were awarded athletic scholarships by the Nassau County Collegiate Athletic Association (N.C.A.A.) The students were Brittney Messina, Lauren LaBella, and Kevin Vosilla. More...

Preschoolers ship goodies to soldiers in Iraq

The children of the Doris Kramer Preschool of the Wantagh Jewish Center are participating in a Mitzvah project. They are collecting all kinds of goodies and badly needed items to send to our soldiers in Iraq. More...

Opinion

Editorial

The spirit of the holidays is alive and well in Massapequa

Massapequa Post readers are the best. Case in point: we got several calls from people who were concerned about the welfare of a family in North Massapequa whose home was destroyed by a fire. More...

New Year is new opportunity to understand one another

As our nation celebrates the secular New Year 2005, we can learn something from the Jewish New Year which falls in late summer or early fall. The Jewish New Year, Rosh Hashanah, demands of us a moment of introspection and self-examination. More...

Bush Agenda: get out of Iraq

In a letter that appeared in the December 16 edition of the Beacon, "Four items to consider for the Bush agenda," Ernest A. More...

Poll

Do you approve of the way the Obama administration is handling the Ebola crisis?