Monthly Archive:: March 2015

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New Entertainment Show Looks for Local Talent

Gary Smith and Rick Morgan, entertainment producers, are teaming up to produce a series of monthly talent/entertainment shows at a local venue and are looking for bright, young talent – and not-so-young talent to perform sets on stage that can lead
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Superintendents’ Letter to Governor Urges Quick Passage of State Aid

(photo: John DeTommaso) The five school superintendents of the Bellmore-Merrick communities fired off a letter to state Governor Andrew Cuomo urging him not to hold school state aid hostage to passage of a resolution on teacher reforms first. Bellmore-Merrick Central High
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Merrick Library Opens New Business ‘Wing’

(photo: the new Parlor Room) The Merrick Library has opened a new business center in its historical first library on Merrick Avenue and Kirkwood Avenue, called the Merrick Library Wing Business Center. The building is on the Town of Hempstead’s register
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Bellmore Woman Receives Angie Cullin Town of Hempstead Employee PathfinderAward

During the Town of Hempstead’s annual Pathfinder Awards ceremony held recently at the town pavilion, Bellmore resident Michele Hanson was awarded the first-ever Angie Cullin Town of Hempstead Employee Pathfinder Award for her always-generous work within the town clerk’s office. The
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Merrick Woman Awarded Town Of Hempstead Pathfinder Award

The Town of Hempstead Board honored pediatric registered nurse Sharon Eriksen of Merrick with the town’s Pathfinder Award for her outstanding contribution(s) to society during the town’s annual awards ceremony, which celebrates the victories and profound contributions of women in a
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State Assembly Passes Plank of Women’s Equality Act

Assemblyman Dave McDonough (R,C,I-Merrick)  commended his Assembly colleagues on finally passing one plank of the Women’s Equality Act (WEA). The 14th District Assemblyman said “I am glad that leadership in the Assembly has finally stepped up and chosen to bring this