March 23, 2011 RSS feed / People/Social

Great South Bay Power Squadron elects new officers for 2011

The Great South Bay Power Squadron of the United States Power Squadrons has elected its new officers for 2011. More...

Brownstones Coffee in Amityville donates to Autism Speaks foundation

Manny and Christopher Kourounis, owners of Brownstones Coffee in Amityville made an initial donation of $500 to Autism Speaks and they will be making other efforts in the following months to support the foundation. More...

Grace Day School recently hosts visit from a very special firefighter

At Massapequa’s Grace Day School, the junior firefighters in Mrs. Beshlian’s pre-k class were all smiles after a firefighter, Matthew Beshlian, came to talk about the importance of fire safety. More...

DFM to hold event Saturday, March 26

Drug Free Massapequa will hold a spring outdoor event, Sat., March 26, noon to 4 p.m. at Burns Park, Merrick Road, Massapequa. The cost is $5 per child and includes a t-shirt and seven different events. More...

Big Time Rush visits Westfield Sunrise Mall for Autograph signing

An estimated 2,000 teens and tweens attended a Big Time Rush autograph signing at Westfield Sunrise Mall in Massapequa, Sat., Feb.19 in Macy’s Court. More...

Pack 776 Blue & Gold dinner held

Massapequa’s Pack 776 held its Annual Blue and Gold Dinner on Sat., Feb.12 at Stuart Thomas Manor. Each year, this important pack event draws in Scouts from Tigers to Webelos 2, along with their families. More...

Massapequa students are LI spelling bee semi-finalists

How do you spell W-I-N-N-E-R-S? Massapequa residents Keith Jones, a fifth grader at Charles E. Schwarting Elementary School; Jade Nussbaum, a fifth grader at the Eastplain School and Connor Payne, a sixth grader at John P. More...

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