Nassau County Executive Edward P. Mangano announced that all four of Nassau County’s 9-hole golf courses are offering a special weekday discount. Conveniently spread around the county park system, Nassau offers residents four executive-level 9-hole golf courses at Cantiague Park, Christopher Morley, North Woodmere, and Bay Park.
“With these lower green fee prices, golfers of all skill levels are invited to continue to enjoy our 9-hole county golf courses at an even more economical and low-cost rate,” said Mangano. “Every course provides the perfect setting to enjoy a day of golf.”
Dogs can be seen taking in the sun and spray on all manner of sail and powerboats these days, and adapting just fine. But boaters shouldn’t assume that because dogs can swim that their particular dog is an adequate swimmer, or that it has the good sense not to chase that sea gull over the side.
Dogs are hard-wired to chase and swimming ability varies from breed to breed. Many with low body fat, like Greyhounds, may have trouble staying afloat. Breeds with short legs and long bodies can swim, but may tire quickly. Overboard, a dog can become disoriented and suffer the same hazards from coldwater immersion as humans.
Karatatot, a unique program offered by Charles Water Karate & Fitness, in Williston Park, is a combination of exercise and karate in a format specifically designed for children ages 4½ and up.
In a fun-filled and nurturing setting children learn concentration, discipline, respect, as well as an understanding of self-defense at his or her own level. The results are improved strength, coordination, flexibility and self-confidence.
Karatatot is a combination of exercise and karate in a format specifically designed for children ages 4 and up. Offered by Charles Water Karate & Fitness in Williston Park, the program offers a fun-filled and nurturing setting where children learn concentration, discipline, respect, as well as an understanding of self defense at their own level.
The Long Island Ducks defeated the Sugar Land Skeeters 2-1 on July 1 to sweep the four-game series and earn the 2012 First Half Liberty Division title.
The Skeeters took a one-run lead in the top of the third off Ducks starter Dan Meyer on a RBI sac fly by Ofilio Castro. After a 54-minute rain delay, both teams traded zeroes until the bottom of the sixth when Shawn Williams knocked a RBI single to right tying the game at 1-1.
The Mineola Athletic Department announced the following senior award winners. These awards were presented at the Senior Breakfast and the Athletic Awards Banquet.
Joe Massaro and Kerri Medlock –Athletes of the Year
Quinn Paggi and Nicole Lockwood –Old Reliable Coaches Award
Steven Napolitano and Alicia Mercurio –Sportsmanship Award
Kelsey Napolitano and Robbie Clarkin –Student Athlete Leadership Award
Tom Breslin, Robbie Clarkin, Zachary Englis, Matthew Moro, Kevin Mulder, Nicole Vella, Craig Weber, David Gorry and Kerri Medloc –Booster Club Senior Scholarship Award Winners
Students at Charles Water Karate & Fitness, located in Williston Park have received belt promotions after successfully completing a series of extensive exams.
“Our goal at Charles Water’s Karate & Fitness is to facilitate mental growth enabling our students to reach their highest potential as human beings,” said Charles Water, owner and director of the school. “Our studio teaches students how to defend themselves responsibly while instilling self-confidence, self-discipline and respect for others.”
Mineola School District Superintendent Michael Nagler honored seven Mineola High School athletes for their accomplishments at the June 21 business meeting. Seniors Joe Massaro, Kerri Medlock, Quinn Paggi, Steve Napolitano, Robbie Clarkin, Zachary Englis, and Matthew Moro were present.
Englis ran cross-country fall, winter and spring track and is Mineola High School’s salutatorian. He will attend Hofstra University in the fall.
Every year the most experienced members of a team move on, while new members get ready to develop and fill the shoes of those before them. The success of former teams does not guarantee success in the future, as every team must develop and grow on their own.
The Mineola Girls Varsity Spring Track and Field team fought for conference and county championships and coach John Fretz knew that his team was up for a challenge.
Consisting of about 20 girls, the team is put at a disadvantage because of its size.
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