May 2, 2007 RSS feed / People/Social

Westfield Sunrise Mall hosts Youth for Outreach Walk-A-Thon

On Saturday, January 20, Westfield Sunrise Mall opened its doors at 8:30 a.m. to welcome 410 fourth, fifth and sixth grade religious education students of St. More...

Assemblyman Saladino to honor 'Rosie the Riveter'

Thanking women who went to work when the men went to serve during WWII.

Assemblyman Joseph Saladino plans to present a Rosie the Riveter award to women who worked in positions vacated by the men needed on the front lines of the European and the Pacific theaters during World War II. More...

Finally Spring has arrived... time to play

Teachers at St. David's Lutheran Church's Preschool, Massapequa Park, took advantage of a recent spring-like day and allowed the children to play on the assortment of outdoor playground slides and climbing games. More...

Students at Lockhart elementary in Massapequa "Clown Around"

The PTA, arts and education c o m m i t t e e brought in Cirque du Jour to Raymond J. Lockhart Elementary School in Massapequa. It was an entire week of "clowning around" for the students. More...

ToBay Summer Recreation Program registration underway

Registration for the Town of Oyster Bay Summer Recreation Program is currently underway by mail, according to Town Councilwoman Rose Marie Walker. More...

New Island Hospital receives cozy knitted blankets for their patients

Care to Knit, Inc. is a not-for-profit organization of caring people who knit and crochet blankets, hats & mittens, and stuffed animals to help those in need. More...

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