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Old Bethpage Village Restoration Hosts 13th Annual Long Island Envirothon

Written by Karen Gellender Friday, 06 May 2011 00:00

Chaminade High School Triumphs in Premiere LI Environmental Competition

Students who visit Old Bethpage Village Restoration are usually tasked with imagining what it was like to live in the past. However, during the 13th Annual Long Island Envirothon, held on the Restoration grounds on April 26, high school students from all over Nassau and Suffolk counties were given a very different, but equally valid task: to look at the present, and, more importantly, the future, from the viewpoint of environmental conservation.

 

Manetto Hill Jewish Center Holds Holocaust Torah Dedication

Written by Jordan Lauterbach Friday, 06 May 2011 00:00

The sun smiled down on the parking lot of Manetto Hill Jewish Center on Sunday morning, May 1. On one of the first warm days of spring, the warmth of an entire congregation could be felt. A prideful group of onlookers sat on folding chairs, watching as Rabbi David Ross Senter, ranking members of the temple, and local town officials dedicated a 150-year-old Torah to be used during religious services.

 

Plainview-Old Bethpage Library Board Discusses Finances

Written by Jordan Lauterbach Friday, 29 April 2011 00:00

The Plainview-Old Bethpage Library Board of Trustees held their monthly meeting on April 20 in room C&D of the library. The major topic was the upcoming budget vote and general library finances.

Currently, the library is planning to propose a budget of $6,583,900 to be voted on at the May 17 election. $6,180,150 of the total number will be raised by taxpayers. Although the number may seem daunting to some, the board believes that the figure is a fair one, they explained. The only portion of significant increase lies in the money allocated to employee benefits.

 

Mangano Names Cox and Company First ‘Business of the Month’

Written by Karen Gellender Friday, 29 April 2011 00:00

Plainview Employer Opens its Doors For Tour

Two very different technological marvels are situated at Cox and Company, Inc.’s Plainview manufacturing facility: a large icing wind tunnel, one of the most sophisticated pieces of test equipment in the world for simulating the icy conditions that aircraft experience during flight, and an old textile-braiding machine, dating back to the 1930s. This embrace of all forms of technology- new and old, state-of-the-art systems and jury-rigged holdovers from the Industrial Revolution alike—already makes the Cox facility unique.

 

Check Presented to Nassau PBA for Family of Officer Geoffrey Breitkopf

Friday, 22 April 2011 00:00

On April 5, David Lerner, founder and CEO of David Lerner Associates, joined with GLIRC President Mike Polansky, Nassau County Executive Edward P. Mangano, and Nassau County Legislator Rose Walker to present a donation of $10,000 to the Nassau Police Benevolent Association (PBA) representing the family of fallen Officer Geoffrey J. Breitkopf. Breitkopf, a Nassau County Police Officer, was tragically killed in the line of duty in Massapequa Park on March 12. He leaves behind his wife, Paula, and two young boys, Conor and Owen.

 

Cooley’s Anemia Foundation ‘Care Walk’ Coming to Bethpage

Friday, 22 April 2011 00:00

Unique Walk-a-Thon to

Benefit Children With Fatal Blood Disorder

The Cooley’s Anemia Foundation (CAF), the country’s only non-profit organization dedicated solely to battling the fatal blood disorder thalassemia (a.k.a. Cooley’s anemia) has announced that a special “Care Walk” walk-a-thon will be held in Bethpage Park in Bethpage on Sunday, May 1 between 10 a.m. and 2 p.m.

CAF is debuting its “Care Walk” campaign this year. Unlike a traditional walk-a-thon, in which thousands of people gather in one place for a concentrated mass event, the Care Walk is a series of walks held across the nation. Each individual who registers for a Care Walk can decide where he or she wants to walk on May 1 and for how long.

 

POB Board of Ed Passes 2011-2012 Budget

Written by Karen Gellender Friday, 15 April 2011 00:00

District Finds Funds to Approve Both Additional HS Guidance Counselor and Retain K-Center Social Worker

At the conclusion of the April 4 Plainview-Old Bethpage Board of Education Meeting, the district was challenged to go back over the numbers in the proposed budget and find the funds to retain a social worker at the Kindergarten Center, and to potentially hire a new guidance counselor for JFK High School. At the final budget meeting on April 7, it was clear that the district business office had gone over the numbers after all; while they could not find enough “efficiencies” to cover the full cost of both positions ($145,770), the $83,440 reduced from the budget allowed members of the board to feel comfortable voting “yes” to both budget additions, which they had felt compelled to vote down at the previous meeting.

 

Plainview-Old Bethpage Toshiba Exploravision Team Recognized as Regional Champions

Written by Karen Gellender Friday, 15 April 2011 00:00

Group of Four Middle School Students Present Their Award-Winning Project, ‘BlindSight’, to Peers, Teachers

“In 2031, BlindSight will be created,” said sixth-grader Sophie Heinman to an audience of her peers at Plainview-Old Bethpage Middle School at a special assembly on April 4. As a part of the Toshiba Exploravision science competition, a team of Project Challenge students—Philip Danziger, Lexi Fryman, Sophie Heinman and Tommy Venezia—needed to not only come up with an idea for a useful invention, but anticipate how science will change 20 years in the future. The group created BlindSight—a device that would utilize projected advances in nanotechnology to enable the blind to see, and allow people to store memories as data that they could later recall. Out of 4,800 teams to enter in the fourth-through-sixth-grade division, only six, including the BlindSight Team—were recognized as regional winners.

 

Plainview Singer Lisa Matassa Performs at Me Time Release Party

Written by Karen Gellender Friday, 08 April 2011 00:00

New Music Video For I Don’t Feel Anything Premieres at EP Release Bash

Former teen singing sensation and Plainview mother of two Lisa Matassa may often be credited with bringing the country music sound to Long Island- especially now that her EP, Me Time, will soon bring her very own “Long Island Country” style to local radio stations. However, on March 31, she brought a lot of Hollywood-style glamour to Long Island as well. The release party, which featured the premiere of the music video for the single I Don’t Feel Anything as well as a full live performance of the album by Matassa and a team of A-list musicians, brought more flash, excitement and star power to Carlyle at the Palace in Plainview than anyone- except maybe the organizers- had expected.

 

POB Board of Ed Wraps Up Budget Discussions

Written by Karen Gellender Friday, 08 April 2011 00:00

Approves Addition of Elementary Health Teacher and Additional Fifth-Grade Teacher to Budget, But Concerns Remain Over Adding Guidance Counselor

The evening of Monday, April 4 was an eventful one for the Plainview-Old Bethpage School District; not only did it include a Board of Education Recognition Ceremony, featuring the announcement of the 2011 Valedictorian and Salutatorian, but the board held their last major budget discussion of the season as well. The budget discussion featured many in-depth and, at times, philosophical discussions between board members about the merit of various positions, as the board made difficult decisions concerning which programs to maintain and which to cut for the following year.

 

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