August 5, 2009 RSS feed / People/Social

William Ward graduates from FBI academy

William Ward, the son of Bridget and the late Bill Ward, longtime residents of Massapequa, recently graduated from the F.B.I. Academy in Quantico, Virginia. More...

Brownie Troop #2368 from Unqua School cross bridge to become Girl Scouts

Massapequa's Unqua Elementary School Brownie Troop #2368 with lead­ers Lisa Giambalvo and Andrea Taylor take a picture with their troop afterthe girls cross the bridge and became Girl Scouts. More...

Air Force Airman Francis G. Cooper III graduated from Basic Training

Air Force Airman Francis G. Cooper III graduated from basic military training at Lackland Air Force Base, San Antonio, Texas. More...

Grace Day school students write a letter to President Obama

First-graders at Grace Day School in Massapequa pose with a letter from President Obama, to whom they wrote to with welcomes for he and his fam­ily to the White House. More...

Tricarico and Horowitz graduate

On June 24 Danny Tricarico and Stephen Horowitz, both of Massapequa Park, gradu­ated from AHRC's Children's Education Center. Representing the Massapequa School District, was Robin Murray, school psychologist. More...

Unqua Teacher visits Bethpage Village Restoration

Mrs. Valenti a third grade teacher at Massapequa's Unqua Elementary School, along with her class, pose for a picture with the Mayor at Bethpage Village Restora­tion. The children enjoyed a day going back in time. More...

St. David's 2009 Graduation Ceremony held

St. David's Christian Pre­school in Mas­sapequa held its 14th annual graduation cer­emony, June 10 for four year olds. Thecer­emony was held in the church's Fellowship Hall. More...

Local resident Army Pvt. Anthony J. Nieto graduates Station Unit Training

Army Pvt. Anthony J. Nieto, of Farm­ingdale, has graduated from the Infantry­man One Station Unit Training at Fort Ben­ning, Columbus, Ga. The training consists of Basic Infantry Training and Advanced Individual Training. More...

Massapequa student receives award in Astoria Federal Savings teen photo contest

Massapequa High School Stu­dent Taylor John­son was named one of 12 award winners in Astoria Federal's 5th annual Teen Photo Contest in June. More...

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