Monthly Archive:: October 2015

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Bellmore-Merrick 2015 Women of Distinction

New York State Assemblyman Dave McDonough (R,C,I-Merrick) held his Annual Women of Distinction Ceremony at the Merrick Public Library on Saturday, October 24. This program is to honor notable women in the fields of business, community and civic affairs, education, government,
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First Meet the Candidates Night Contentious

(photo:Legislator Steve Rhoads and Democratic challenger Claudia Borecky) DOUGLAS FINLAY The first Candidates’ Night meeting featured several contentious moments when one attendee asked why Legislator Gonsalves of the 13th Legislative District, who did not attend the meeting, would attend another meeting

Kennedy Vocalist Wins Reaching for the Stars

Eleventh-grade Kennedy High School student Nicolette Kosowski won Nassau County’s Reaching for the Stars competition this summer, after judging from a panel that included Merrick’s Robbie Rosen, former American Idol contestant. “There were 120 contestants, who were reduced to 15, and
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Bellmore, Merrick Small Businesspersons Named

The Nassau Council of Chambers of Commerce, Inc. (NCCC) bestowed honors upon small businesspersons of the Year in the Bellmores and the Merricks during its annual breakfast at the Crest Hollow Country Club this week. The Chamber of Commerce of the

Uncle Floyd Comes Back to Bellmore!

DOUGLAS FINLAY Remarking that theaters are more intimate environments that help capture and keep an audience’s attention, Uncle Floyd (Floyd Divino), variety show entertainer entertainer, will appear at the Bellmore Theater on Sunday, December 13, at 7:30 p.m. for a Holiday

Raising Funds for Breast Cancer, Starting Cancer Exercise Classes

Synergy Fitness Club of Merrick, which raises funds each year at this time for breast cancer and donates its proceeds to the Susan G. Kumen Foundation, has turned its gaze toward an employee who is undergoing treatments for breast cancer. Rather