January 27, 2005 RSS feed / People/Social

Junior Girl Scout Troop #2332 visits Bide-A-Wee

The Junior Girl Scout Troop #2332 decided to help the puppies and kittens of the Bide-a-wee Animal Shelter this holiday season. The girls collected blankets, towels and comforters from their families, friends and fourth grade classmates at R. More...

Operation Relax contest winner announced

Late last year Island Shores Travel, 4344 Merrick Rd., Massapequa, sponsored in conjunction with Sandals Resorts, a free four-day trip to any of the Sandals all-inclusive resorts. More...

Pequa graduate helps disabled children

Massapequa High School graduate Joseph Carey remodeled dormitories and lead activities for children with disabilities at Woodlands Camp in Wexford, Pennsylvania on October 15 to 17 in conjunction with National Disabilities Month. More...

East Lake School holds fundraiser

On June 6 the administration, faculty and students of East Lake Elementary School, Massapequa Park, held a fundraiser at United Skates for The Jeff Braun Children More...

Rev. Juanita Hilsenbeck wins

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Cold Stone Creamery opens in Massapequa

Nassau County Legislator Peter J. Schmitt cut the ribbon to officially open the newest business in Massapequa, Cold Stone Creamery on Merrick Road. More...

Dotty Meyer, Berner graduate, opens Renaissance Preschool

Dotty Meyer, a 1973 graduate of Berner High School, recently opened her own preschool in Amherst, Massachusetts. More...

Welcome Home, LCPL Timothy Melia

A warm welcome home to LCPL Timothy Melia, son of Tom and Lucy Melia of Massapequa who served seven months in Baghdad. Meila is heading to Virginia to complete his service. More...

Alison Bossert, former Massapequa resident, promoted to Vice President

Alison Bossert has been named vice president, special events for the Columbia TriStar Motion Picture Group, announced by Geoffrey Ammer, President Worldwide Marketing CTMPG. More...

County Executive Suozzi recognizes local residents

Susan Feifer, director of vocational services at TRI Business and Career Training Center, and Annette Hodges, CRC/rehabilitation counselor, also of TRI, were recognized at a Nassau County Department of Drug and Alcohol Addiction Awards Ceremony. More...

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