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The parade began at Andrew J. Parise Cedarhurst Park and wound its way to Lawrence High School as students faculty and alumni celebrated the annual homecoming on Oct. 7, that this year welcomed the class of 1967. more
It took two playoff holes, but the Lawrence Men’s Golf Club defeated the Rockaway Hunting Club team on Oct. 7, to win the annual Five Towns Cup Tournament. The competition was also played on Oct. 1. more
Hewlett High School senior Rom Raviv, a member of National Council of Jewish Women-Peninsula Section’s Generation Next, wrote a letter to federal, state and local officials to have them proclaim Oct. 11 as Day of the Girl Child in connection with the United Nations’ international day. more
Five Towns-based Cub Scouts Pack 20 sold cookies, popcorn and other goodies outside of Ace Hardware in the Peninsula Shopping Center in Hewlett on Oct. 7, to help finance their activities throughout the year. more
Valerie Perrotta, of Woodmere, and now a special education teacher at Lawrence Elementary School, and Christopher Chiarrappa, from Elmont, are engaged. The couple is planning a wedding for fall next year. more
Runners did their best despite racing through the rain at the 25th annual Inwood 5K on Oct. 8. more
With the understanding what they and many others went through after Hurricane Sandy nearly five years ago, students at Stella K. Abraham High School for Girls in Hewlett Bay Park jumped into action with fundraising, including a bake sale, and a letter writing campaign that offered words of comfort to teenagers in Jewish high schools in Houston after Hurricane Harvey. more
As the vibrant streamers line the hallways of Hewlett High School, balloons fill the air, and students enter the building sporting the specific theme of the day, there is no question, Homecoming Week is here. more
What would you grab if you had to evacuate your home? After family members and pets, many people would say their photo albums, but in many emergencies people don’t even have time to grab their most treasured memories. more
Saying that their research has shown that families and girls nationwide expressed interest in joining, the Boy Scouts of America will welcome girls into the fold beginning next year at the Cub Scout level, and then create a program for older girls to attain the prestigious rank of Eagle Scout. more
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