November 28, 2018 RSS feed / People/Social

Massapequa Chamber honors two police officers

The Massapequa Chamber of Commerce honored at a recent luncheon Nassau County Police Officers David Pyes and Daniel Imondi for their dedication and outstanding service to the community. More...

Bass named Advocacy Coordinator for Peace Corps Volunteers

Bette Bass, of Massapequa, was appointed liaison between The National Peace Corps Association and Returned Peace Corps Volunteers of Long Island to help carry out strategies to advance key public policy initiatives designed to recognize, honor and su More...

Boy Scouts and Oyster Bay town clerk attend Massapequa Post 1066 Veterans Day ceremony

Oyster Bay Town Clerk Jim Altadonna Jr. recently attended Massapequa Post 1066 Veterans Day Ceremony at Klestinec Park in Massapequa where wreaths were placed honoring Veterans. More...

Berner Middle School students perform “The Little Mermaid”

Nearly 100 young actors brought the 1989 Disney animated film “The Little Mermaid” to the stage in the musical production hosted by the Berner Middle   School Theatre Box Players.  More...

Massapequa musicians headed to All-State conference

Ten student-musicians from Massapequa High School were selected as participants and alternates for the 2018 New York State School Music Association All-State Winter Conference, which will be held from Nov. 29 to Dec. 2 in Rochester.  More...

Massapequa Pack 590 cited for their good work

At Massapequa’s Pack 590 big Pack night on Nov. 9, the Scouts assembled food baskets for local needy families for Thanksgiving and their tigers received their Bobcat badges! More...

Scouting News - Troop 776

Troop 776 Goes Canoeing!   Scouts and parents from Troop 776 went canoeing down Ten Mile River on Saturday, September 22. Ten Mile River is located in Narrowsburg, New York not far from Long Island. More...

Student actors delight with ‘Peter Pan’

The boy who never wanted to grow up was front and center on the Massapequa High School stage during evening productions of “Peter Pan” on Nov. 2 and 3. The drama, based on the early-1900s story by J.M. More...

Massapequa Village partners with Drug Free LI in “Shed The Meds” takeback program

The Incorporated Village of Massapequa Park partnered with Drug Free Long Island in a Shed the Meds Take Back Program at Village Hall. This program enables residents to drive up and drop off any medication that has expired or they no longer need. More...

Massapequa Park’s Annual Tree and Menorah Lighting

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