Order Sons of Italy, Galileo Galilei Lodge #2253 Scholarship Awards Ceremony with Town of Oyster Bay Town Councilman Anthony Macagnone, Hicksville High School student Laura Crespo, Tedi Marie Marotti, Toni Marie Critelli, Laura DiGirolamo, Hon. Rhonda E. Fischer and Lodge President Peter Sarandrea.
On Sunday, June 23, members of Trinity Lutheran Church and School, family and friends gathered to recognize a much beloved teacher, Mrs. Joyce Rausch, for her 36 years of service at a retirement celebration, joined by Legislator Rose Marie Walker. Pictured: Rausch, Walker and some of this year’s students.
Town Supervisor John Venditto and Councilman Chris Coschignano presented citations to students whose entries in the Marine Education Day Poster Contest were selected for awards. Marine Education Day is held each year to educate children about marine resources. The young artists, who are pictured holding their award winning poster, are from East Lake School in Massapequa, Bayville Intermediate School, Burns Avenue School in Hicksville, Old Country Road School in Hicksville and Locust Valley Intermediate School, with their teachers.
The Eyes of Learning is pleased to announce that on June 6, two graduating Hicksville High School seniors received the first annual scholarships in honor of our founder, Elaine Resnik. This school was selected because Resnik lived in Hicksville until recently and the Eyes of Learning conducts its lectures and presentations at Levittown Hall in Hicksville.
For the second year in a row, Holy Trinity Diocesan High School student, Emily Jannace, presented at the 2013 Al Kalfus Math Fair and advanced to the final round. The title of her project was, “The Four Color Problem.”
Holy Trinity has participated in the math fair for over 16 years and every year they have students bring home a medal. Math teacher, Mary Clare Pellett, coaches the team and was very proud, “Emily worked extremely hard on her project and it paid off.”
It was a great night at the Hicksville Library on Thursday, June 13 as the Hicksville Gardens Civic Association awarded six scholarship winners. Hicksville High School seniors, Caitlyn Garger, Veronica Grebe, Harneet Gulati, Kristine Jao, Kiran Sharma and Pawandeep Singh were each awarded a $500 check by Scholarship Committee Chairman Ed Bossong. Four of the scholarships were sponsored by local businesses including Met Food Markets, Perfect Pharmacy, Perillo Fuel Oil and Delco Plaza.
“We had more scholarship winners this year than ever before which is definitely a great thing in our economic times,” said Bossong. “These kids were very committed to making the community of Hicksville a better place to live.”
As the warmer weather sets in, the beginning of prom season takes off at the beginning of June like clockwork every year. For the autistic students at the Brookville Center for Children’s Services however, the May 31 prom was a first this year.
The residence program administered by the center educates kids with autism up until age 21, according to Beth Hudson, the senior director at the school. There are 25 students between the Lido Beach and Glen Cove houses, Amy Keegan, assistant director of community resources at the center, said.
The Woodland Kick-Kats finished their season by marching in the Memorial Day Parade. The coaches and many girls proudly marched and performed their routine for the many spectators. The Woodland Kick-Kats meet every Friday from 3:30 to 4:30 p.m. between February and May.
They perform in the annual Woodland Talent Show and show their families their magnificent dances. At the end of the season they enjoy a pizza and ice cream party, perform for their families, and can’t wait to receive their trophy and group picture! All of the girls have fun while learning the skills of Kickline. Many thanks to the volunteer high school coaches and to Colleen Ruff, Lisa Robertaccio, and Nancy Heuser, the Woodland Kickline directors.
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