On a very cold, very dark and rainy day, the hearty souls of the Town of North Hempstead gathered together to raise money for the Special Olympics.
The event was packed as each and every participant “plunged” into the icy waters of North Hempstead and quickly exited. All the proceeds were given to the Special Olympics for this event.
Buckley Country Day School’s Girls Grades 7-8 “A” basketball team finished their season undefeated with a 7-0 record. Captains Madeline O’Brien and Courtney Emmanuel were Buckley’s high scorers, having earned 71 and 51 points respectively. The team scored a total of 187 points to their opponents’ 82 points.
Buckley is a member of the LIAAIS (Long Island Athletic Association of Independent Schools). For further information about the school’s programs, visit their website at www.buckleycountryday.com.
Merillon AA will hold its annual Instructional kickoff meeting at Clinton Martin Community Center, 1650 Marcus Ave, New Hyde Park. The program is for boys and girls who are born between May1st 2003 and April 30th 2005.
The program is intended to introduce children to the game of baseball and softball. Children are taught diamond recognition system which speeds up the learning process along with the fundamentals of throwing, fielding, hitting.
Imagine riding through the streets of New York City without any traffic. On Sunday, May 2, Bike New York will be holding their 33rd Five-Boro Bike Tour which enables you to do just that. Tuesday’s Children has secured spots for interested participants. At 42 miles, the route is doable for cyclists of all levels. Tuesday’s Children is an organization dedicated to supporting families of those who lost their lives on 9/11.
Multiple stops will be available along with way providing beverages, snacks, bike repairs and medical help. All are free of charge to riders.
The Manhasset Women’s Coalition Against Breast Cancer (MWCABC) is once again participating in the Long Island 2 Day Breast Cancer Walk. Now in its seventh year, the walk will be held Saturday, June 5 and Sunday, June 6. Through its participation in the walk the MWCABC is one of many local grassroots breast cancer organizations receiving funding for programs that assist with breast cancer awareness, education, screening and diagnosis; transportation, physical therapy, support services (such as medical expenses, prosthetics, wigs, child care) and scholarships to Long Island high school seniors whose parent/guardian is affected by breast cancer. To date the MWCABC Outreach Program has received $113,000 to provide aid to those diagnosed with breast cancer in Manhasset and surrounding areas.
The New Hyde Park Boys JV Basketball Team finished its season with a 14-1 record. The team includes coach Ron Pickett, Christian Trasolini, Chris Podbelski, Phil Boler, Kevin Towey, Alex Chadli, Dan Lorandini, Adam Priest, John Rios, Dylan Ross, Ryan Korzevinski, Josh Lee, John Tomasini, Kevin Terrero, Shawn Sam, Michael Ring, and Tim Brooks.
The Notre Dame fourth grade boys completed a very successful tournament at St. Raphaels Parish over the winter break with a runner-up finish in a very competitive field of teams. The championship game was hard fought but more importantly the boys learned how to both win and lose in their first basketball tournament experience. The Notre Dame boys played very hard led by coaches, Louis Messina, Mike Daly and Juan Barrios but the real stars: Thomas Messina, Andrew Imperatore, Shane Sam, Jeremy Barrios, Jack Lynch, Brien Schoenberg, Dominic Piccirillo and Greg Capelle.
In celebration of youth hockey, the New York Islanders recently hosted the 2010 Lighthouse International Tournament as peewee hockey teams (ages 11-13) from Finland, China, Japan and the United States converged on the Nassau Coliseum ice.
Team Nassau made it to the semifinals, but was taken out by Team China, with a score of 8-2. Team China then went on to a championship game against Team Suffolk, where they fell, losing 6-2. Suffolk County was named the Tournament gold medal winner. Immediately after the game, there was a medal ceremony with special presenters, Islanders General Manager Garth Snow and Team President Chris Dey.
The foundation for character building and success starts at home. The schools and role models that impact your child’s life assist in reinforcing the aspirations that you have for your child’s development and future. This article is about children who have achieved goal at a young age. They are in Karatatot which is a unique program offered by Charles Water Karate & Fitness, located at 122 Hillside Avenue in Williston Park. Karatatot is a combination of exercise and karate in a format specifically designed for children age 4 and up. In a fun-filled and nurturing setting your children learn concentration, discipline, respect, as well as understanding of self defense at his or her own level. The results are improved strength, coordination, and flexibility and the self-confidence that we all want for our children. These children are learning child safety and stranger training. They are becoming better students at school and better listeners at home. We believe the time between the ages of 4 /2 and 6 are the most important years of a child’s development. Our programs will enhance positive development in a fun and motivating way. Congratulations to all the Karatatots who graduated to the next tip or belt level. From Williston Park: Max Ponce, Leo Ponce, Ricardo Wright. From Mineola: Nicholas Baker, Ethan Sargeant, Matthew Pardo.
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