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Kennedy Students Raise $3200 for Puerto Rican Relief

Students at Kennedy High School were ready to dance as the Culture Club and Key Club jointly hosted a Zumba fundraiser for hurricane victims in Puerto Rico. Jessica Chilton, the Kennedy Key Club adviser, assisted with Zumba moves at the Zumba

Merrick Boy Scout Soars Like an Eagle!

Dean J. Paolillo, of North Merrick Troop 351, has earned the rank of Eagle Scout, the highest rank in Boy Scouts. He raised well over $2000 hosting a pasta dinner fundraiser at St. John’s Lutheran Church in Merrick. He then was

New Street Dedication in North Bellmore

Town of Hempstead officials joined with the family, friends and colleagues of a fallen New York City firefighter in unveiling “Lt. Steven Sorger Avenue” last month. Lt. Sorger died from an illness related to his service at Ground Zero following the
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Mepham Key Club Honors First Responders

Mepham High School last week unveiled a plaque that honors the September 11 first responders. Spearheaded by the school’s Key Club, the plaque is at the base of the flagpole near the Camp Avenue entrance and holds a special meaning in
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Bellmore, Merrick Small Businesspersons of the Year

Nassau Council of Chambers of Commerce held its annual Small Business Person of the Year Award at the Crest Hollow Country Club in Woodbury last month. This year’s distinguished local community winners are:     BELLMORE  Dan Sabia Dan Sabia is

Sending Relief Supplies to Puerto Rico an Ongoing Endeavor

Providing relief to the residents of Puerto Rico after the Caribbean island was decimated by Category 5 Hurricane Maria has proven to be a more challenging and difficult task than in providing relief to residents in both Houston and the state