August 27, 2008 RSS feed / People/Social

Soldier returns home to welcome his newborn son

Good Samaritan Hospital Medical Center was where the happy reunion took place between mom, Lorraine, new baby, Nicholas and dad, Army Specialist Juan Leon of East Massapequa. More...

Presbyterian Church holds annual picnic

The Presbyterian Community Church of Massapequa held its annual picnic at Brady Park. There were food and games for the children at the event. More...

Knight of Pythias holds an honor night

Mid Island Lodge No. 828 Knights of Pythias held a special honor night for several very involved Pythians who were presented with Town of Oyster Bay Citations for their many years of altruistic achievements for the residents of the community. More...

Wantagh religious school honors teaching staff

The Susanna E. Heiman Religious School of the Suburban Temple of Wantagh honored its teaching staff with a special dinner and awards ceremony. The school serves kindergarten through twelfth grade and a program for children with special needs. More...

Folks in the News

MPK residents help Cancer Center for Kids

An outpouring of support from Thomas Giuliante of Massapequa Park, his family, friends and colleagues, has helped raise close to $20,000 for the Cancer Center for Kids (CCFK) at Winthrop-University Hospital. More...

Fabulous finish to another Merchants Mile Race

The annual Merchant's Mile Race on Park Boulevard was held Aug. 9. Crossing the finish line almost neckin neck are Boyd Carrington and Chris Mammone, both from the Bellmore Striders. Photo by Cliff De Bear More...

Director of music awarded the Colleague diploma

Wayne Dieterich, the director of music at the Presbyterian Community Church, was recently awarded the Colleague Diploma by the Royal College of Canadian Organists. More...

The Bristal hosts Bellmore sixth graders

Residents of the Bristal Assisted Living Community in Massapequa spent the day with sixth graders from the Shore Road Elementary Schoolin Bellmore. More...

Long Island Presidents' Council announces finalists for eighth annual school essay contest

The Long Island Presidents' Council, an association of teachers' union presidents, has selected finalists for their eighth annual School Essay Contest. This year's title was "Why I Like Going Back to School in September. More...

Bruce Coville visits East Lake

Renowned author of the Sixth Grade Alien series and scores of other books for young people, Bruce Coville paid a special visit to students and staff at East Lake Elementary School in the Massapequa Public School District. More...

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