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Thanks To Our Teachers

The letter was requested to be reprinted at the request of Michael Ruiz.
Dear Manhasset School Teachers,
With our successful 20th high school reunion recently in the rearview mirror, on behalf of the class of 1995 we wanted to thank all the teachers from Manhasset High School that made us who we are all today. From the principals to the teachers to the guidance counselors to the class advisors, you have all had an important role in our development into adulthood. The Class of 1995 is happy to call out one special individual, Mike Ruiz, our class advisor since 7th grade, who has worked tirelessly to keep us all together since we graduated 20 years ago. Thanks for all the love you have shown us over the years, we couldn’t have done it without you and the rest of the staff at MHS.
Ryan Cremins
The Class of 1995

Thanks To Our Teachers

Dear Manhasset Schools Teachers,

With our successful 20th high school reunion recently in the rearview mirror, on behalf of the class of 1995 we wanted to thank all the teachers from MHS that made us who we are all today. From the principals to the teachers to the guidance counselors to the class advisors, you have all had an important role in our development into adulthood. The Class of 1995 is happy to call out one special individual, Mike Ruiz, our class advisor since 7th grade, who has worked tirelessly to keep us all together since we graduated 20 years ago. Thanks for all the love you have shown us over the years, we couldn’t have done it without you and the rest of the staff at MHS.
The Class of 1995

Ryan Cremins

Tribute To Marie

Storphoto2Christmas and the holiday season have always been a very special time for our family. Decorating the house and our Christmas tree was something we looked forward to every Christmas season. [Read more…]

Construction Of The New Water Tower

TowerNews_010616AIt appears the new water tower has been “topped off” for a few weeks now with the tall crane flying a very non-descript orange and white flag at its top. Now, as it should have been, there is a beautiful American Flag flying briskly in the breeze. What a beautiful sight!
Dr. and Mrs. Lionel Mailloux

Religious Leaders Call For Tolerance And Acceptance

 

As religious leaders in our community, we are concerned about the tone taken by some public figures in the aftermath of the recent terrorist attacks. Such rhetoric maligns people on the basis of their religion, contrary to the American ideal of religious freedom and tolerance. Hateful speech divides our country at a time when we need to be more united. To that end, we call on our elected officials, as well as those seeking public office, to refrain from hostile attacks on people because of their religion. We can keep our nation safe without trampling on the religious rights of others in our nation and around the world. Instead this holiday season, let us focus on our common values and high ideals of tolerance and acceptance. A blessed holiday season to all.
Rev. Jennifer Brower,
Rev. Lori Burgess,
Rabbi Todd Chizner,
Rev. Natalie M. Fenimore,
Rev. Donna Field,
Rabbi Lee Friedlander,
Rev. Dr. Paul Johnson,
Rev. Jimmy Only,
Rev. Dr. Steve Pierce,
Cantor Eric Schulmiller,
Rev. David C. Sibley,
Rabbi Jodie Siff, Oscar Sinclair,
Father Dennis Strouzas

Tribute To Marie

Tribute To Marie

Christmas and the holiday season have always been a very special time for our family. Decorating the house and our Christmas tree was something we looked forward to every Christmas season. It was something we did together as a family, and helped us stay close throughout the years. [Read more…]

Construction Of The New Water Tower

 

It appears the new water tower has been “topped off” for a few weeks now with the tall crane flying a very non-descript orange and white flag at its top. Now, as it should have been, there is a beautiful American Flag flying briskly in the breeze. What a beautiful sight!
Dr. and Mrs. Lionel Mailloux

Valentines For Vets

Valentines For Vets

The 16th Assembly District residents are invited to open their hearts to Long Island’s veterans by participating in her annual Valentines for Vets program. This is a district-wide effort to show the veterans who have served our country that they are appreciated and have not been forgotten. [Read more…]

Thank You For Your Support

I would like to thank each and every one of you in the community for supporting and reelecting me as your Manhasset Park District Commissioner. I am grateful for your extended confidence in me as your commissioner and permission to continue on as your representative. I will proudly continue to work and serve as a spokesman for you, to protect your rights and privileges as a Manhasset Park District resident. In addition, I will continue to assist all residents of Greater Manhasset in addressing and solving the chronic parking problems in our downtown community. I am pleased to report the commissioners will be meeting with Town and civic leaders this January to address three major parking improvement plans the TONH is currently reviewing. I am honored to continue the work with which you entrusted me in 2012 and now for another three years.

Wishing you all a Happy New Year!

David Paterson
Commissioner
Manhasset Park District

Thank You Manhasset Community

During the weekend of Nov. 7 and 8, Manhasset neighbors donated almost 400 articles of men’s clothes to be given directly to Nassau County Veterans. Bins were placed in the front of Raindew and at rear parking lot to collect the clothes. An additional bin at the Legion Hall ensured donation ease. These donations are distributed during the Veterans Stand Down fair. The Fairs take place twice a year. Donations of lightly used dress shirts, suits, silk ties, warm jackets and sweaters were amongst the donated items. The Kavorias family was especially generous donating several designer suits, shirts and ties. “The Veterans receiving these donations will be especially grateful as the weather is turning much colder. The warmth of the clothing is a reflection of the warmth and caring of those who donated so generously,” noted American Legion Auxiliary President Patricia O’Brien. The donated clothes are displayed on racks and tables for the veterans to choose. These clothes are critical to a down-on-luck veteran who is trying to return to the work force. Raindew furthered the generosity by donating new pajamas and thermal type jackets. Raindew manager John Hulz has been a huge supporter here in our community, always encouraging and helping us advocate for charitable veteran donations.

The collection wouldn’t have been as successful if it hadn’t been for his support.

Thank you again Raindew, Community Members, Manhasset American Legion and especially, Patricia O’Brien, who continuously campaigns for making a positive difference in the lives of veterans.

Lauren Moschitta