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PAL Spring Program Registration

The Levittown PAL registration for seasonal programs will be held on Tuesday, Jan. 29 and Thursday, Jan. 31 from 6:30 to 8 p.m. and on Saturday, Feb. 2 from 11 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. All participants must register at the Levittown PAL office at 3000 Hempstead Tpke., Suite 203 in Levittown. 

Program offerings: 

Archery – grades 3-12, coed. Learn fundamentals of archery from trained safety course instructors. Equipment will be provided. Trophies and shirts included. Starting in late March or early April. Program approximately eight weeks. Fee $100. 

Tennis – ages 4-17, coed. Fees: ages 4-8 $150, ages 9-17 $180.

Track – grades K-10, coed. Begins end of March, practice generally on Tuesdays and Thursdays from 5:15 to 6:30 p.m. at Division Avenue High School. Beginning April, friendly competition with other NCPAL units on Saturday mornings. Events include dashes, runs, relays and field events. Season runs through June. Shirt and shorts included. Fee $50. 

Horseback Riding – grades 1 and up. Fundamentals of riding, tacking and horsemanship. The program will consist of six, half-hour, once weekly sessions to be available both on selected weekday afternoons and weekends. Four registrants per class. Program begins in March. Fee $190.

Any and all questions about PAL programs should be directed to the PAL office at (516) 579-7999 on weekdays from 11 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. or via email at: This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it . Visit www.levittownpal.org for additional information about all programs. Also visit the countywide website at NCPAL.org for program information. For information about the special needs programs call (516) 809-7617. 


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Communities value their libraries, and at the Levittown Library, the library staff, in turn, truly appreciates their patrons. Employees at the Levittown Public Library, with a talent for knitting, demonstrate their commitment to the community’s teens by making “amigurumi”—small knitted or crocheted stuffed toys—for use in the reading program. 

YES celebrates “A Taste of the Town”

Who says you have to travel into Manhattan for a fun-filled evening of delicious food and drink? YES Community Counseling Center hosted its 7th Annual “A Taste of the Town”, featuring many of the South Shore’s finest culinary establishments. All proceeds from the event benefited YES, a non-profit community-based organization providing services to children and families in the community.


Sports

The Island Trees Squirts Rockets U-6 team met with town officials, Supervisor Kate Murray and Councilman Gary Hudes at the 2014 Island Trees Soccer Club Opening Day Parade and Ceremony held at Stokes Elementary School. Pictured also with the Rockets U-6 team is President Joe Badolato, Event Coordinator Keri Cinelli, Equipment Commissioner Chris Blum, Travel Commissioner Mike Rich, Vice-President Brian Fielding and Rockets U-6 Coach Gina Weyland.


With six second half goals, the Farmingdale State Rams men’s soccer team picked up a 6-0 conference victory over the Sarah Lawrence Gryphons on Oct. 11, to improve to 5-8-1 overall, 2-2-1 in the Skyline. The visiting Gryphons fell to 2-9, 0-5 in conference play.


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Hempstead Town Firematic Awards - Through October 16

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Island Trees Board - October 22


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