2022-01-07

College Notes

Kutztown University has announced 29 student-athletes will represent its wrestling team for the 2021–2022 season, including Thomas Szilagyi of Levittown. • • • The State University of New York at Potsdam recently named 235 students who excelled academically in the Fall 2021 semester to the College’s Dean’s List. To achieve the honor of being on the Dean’s List, each student […]

Columbiettes plan Bunco games

The Joseph Barry Columbiettes will be holding a Bunco game day on Sunday, January 23rd at 1 p.m. (doors open at 12:30 p.m.) Enjoy games with coffee, tea and snacks, raffles and prizes and a 50/50. For reservations please email SueSarandis@gmail.com or call Kathy at 516-932-4522. The games will be held at the Knights of Columbus hall at 45 Heitz […]

Town offers Toddler Arts & Crafts program

The Town of Oyster Bay has announced that the popular Toddler Arts & Crafts Program will be offered again this Winter, beginning on February 1. This 6-week program offers classes at the Town’s Ice Skating Center Community Room in Bethpage and at the Hicksville Athletic Center, and is open to children ages 2 through 4. “The Town’s Toddler Arts & Crafts […]

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Gingerbread Day at Charles Campagne Elementary School

Students at Charles Campagne Elementary School in Bethpage celebrated the holiday season during Gingerbread Day on Dec. 17. Students gathered in the school’s all-purpose room kicked off the festivities with a musical performance. Afterward, they joined their parents to create a gingerbread house from scratch.

Town of Oyster Bay hosts blood drive

To help hospitals meet the ongoing and pressing need for blood, the Town of Oyster Bay partnered with New York Blood Center to host a Blood Collection Drive at the Hicksville Athletic Center. The donation drive was especially critical, as blood supplies have seriously dwindled as a result of the COVID-19 health pandemic and are needed for local hospitals to […]

GLIRC president retires from post after four decades


Plainview resident, Mike Polansky, has been running pretty much all of his life. The 81-year-old cofounder of the GLIRC (Greater Long Island Running Club) retired last month from his post as Club President, after nearly four decades in the position. Jossi Fritz-Mauer, a 37year old, Old Bethpage resident, took over the role as new president as of January 1st. “It […]

2022-01-07 E-Edition