December 1, 2010 RSS feed / People/Social

Astoria federal savings matches school’s donation for Haiti relief

Earlier this year, following the devastating earthquake in Haiti, Astoria Federal Savings matched cash donations made at its neighborhood branches in Nassau, Suffolk, Brooklyn, Queens, and Westchester to the American Red Cross, dollar for dollar. More...

North Massapequa FD’s Co. 2 donates stuffed animals to NUMC

Firefighters from North Massapequa Fire Department’s Hose and Engine Company # 2 recently visited with children from the Nassau University Medical Center’s Pediatric Unit and joined medical staff and administrators in distributing stuff More...

Paul A. Keller elected to FAM Board of Trustees

Paul A. Keller of North Massapequa, was elected to the Fenimore Asset Management Trust (FAM Funds) Board of Trustees as an independent trustee. More...

Thomas Klein and Bethany Hahl celebrate a fairy tale wedding

Mr. and Mrs. Klein of Massapequa and Mr. and Mrs. Hahl of Massapequa Park announce the wedding of their children Thomas and Bethany on July 1, 2010. The ceremony took place at the Pavillion on the grounds of Disney World. More...

Schmitt greets incoming Kiwanis Club officers

The Kiwanis Club of Massapequa held its 62nd officers and board of di- rectors installation ceremony. Nassau County Legislature Presiding officer Peter J. More...

Lutheran Men’s Club seeks members

The monthly Lutheran Men’s Club lunch meeting was held Tues., Sept. 14, with 14 men sharing stories and break- ing bread with their Pastor David J. Meyers. Ted Ho, the leader of the group, announced the upcoming events at St. More...

Amityville Woman’s Club held opening tea

TheAmityville Woman’s Club held its opening tea Tues., Sept. 21 at the Snug Harbor Club House. Diane Schlitt, first vice president and her committee, were in charge of putting on the tea. Thetables were decorated floral centerpieces. More...

Reading of A Christmas Carol Dec. 11 benefits needy animals

The St. John’s Readers Theatre will ring in the holiday season with its fourth annual reading of Dicken’s A Christmas Carol, Sat., Dec. 11, 4 p.m. This event is one way St. Johns raises funds for charitable causes. More...

American Legion Post 1066 honors veterans

Massapequa American Legion Post 1066 held its annual Veterans memorial Garden ceremony recently. In conjunction with t his event, the Post conducted the proper disposal of the American flag ceremony. More...

Amityville Woman’s Club Summer Supper Party a success

The Amityville Woman’s Club held its Summer Supper Party at the pappas Pavilion at the Amityville Beach. The Ways and means committee, chaired by Karen Colfer and Jill O’Toole, put forth an outstanding effort. More...

Kimberly DiGerardo and Clifford Weiss to be wed

Barbara and Gene DiGerardo of Massapequa announce the engagement of their daughter Kimberly Di- Gerardo to Clifford Weiss, the son of Mitchell and Sheri Weiss of North Woodmere. More...

Beth S. Goldberg local artist

Massapequa resident and awardwinning artist Beth S. Goldberg is shown in front of her handpainted guitar Spanish Serenade and her painting String Trio at the Oct. 17 reception for her solo art exhibit Vibrato in Cold Spring Harbor. More...

C oast Little League hosts its season ending Awards Dinner

The evening of November 1st, was time for the Massapequa Coast Little League to honor its players at the MCLL Annual Awards Dinner. More...

The AWC celebrates Halloween with a luncheon

The Amityville Woman’s Club held its Halloween luncheon meeting on Fri., Oct. 12 at the Unqua Corinthian Yacht Club. President Barbara Lozier welcomed everyone. More...

Valarie Hecht’s second grade class honored

On Thursday, Aug. 26, Nassau County Legislator Rose Marie Walker together with Nassau County Legislator Joseph V. More...

Army Reserve Pvt. Katie S. Jacques graduates

Army Reserve Pvt. Katie S. Jacques has graduated from basic combat training at Fort Jackson, Columbia, South Carolina. She is the daughter of Helen Jacques of Lindenhurst and a 2009 graduate of Massapequa High School. More...

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