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South Nassau Communities Hospital volunteers were recognized at the Oceanside hospital’s annual Volunteer Recognition Luncheon on April 11. more
The Five Towns Kiwanis Club presented a check for $1,860 to the highest-ranking Kiwanian in New York state. more
Three women who attended high school on the South Shore of Long Island, including a pair from the Five Towns, are aiming to make a difference for businesswomen with their new organization. more
A trio of Hewlett High School graduates will be honored for their accomplishments and inducted into the Hewlett-Woodmere Alumni Association Hall of Fame at a ceremony and accompanying brunch at the high school on May 5. more
The Holocaust is part of Syd Mandelbaum’s DNA. He was conceived in the Landsberg displaced-persons camp near Munich, where his parents, Joseph and Lena Mandelbaum, spent five years after World War II before they came to the United States. more
Opening day for the Hewlett Lawrence Soccer Club began at Woodmere Middle School on March 31 with several games and a presentation of a signed HLSC Blues jersey to team sponsor Gavin Silver of Professional Physical Therapy and Hewlett-Woodmere Business Association President David Friedman presenting proclamations from State Sen. Todd Kaminsky to HLSC President Sabino Vardaro and the club. more
Several students at Warren Levi Martial Arts in Cedarhurst earned different degrees of black belts. more
United States Air Force Capt. John Runco earned a Master of Science degree in aeronautical engineering at the Air Force Institute of Technology, Wright-Patterson Air Force Base in Dayton, Ohio, and was presented with his degree on March 21. more
The Passover holiday is truly a highlight in the Jewish calendar. There are so many wonderful traditions and interesting ideas to discuss, it is quite difficult to choose just one to discuss. However, one topic that has always stuck out in my mind is the “four children” mentioned in the Haggadah. more
On Friday and Saturday nights, April 19 and 20, Jews will celebrate Passover by holding a Seder on each night. A Seder is more than a festive meal and a family gathering. It is also a religious program, containing 14 steps. These steps direct us through the evening, making sure that we say the appropriate blessings and prayers at the appropriate times and guiding us, as we share the story of the Exodus and the lessons with our families. more
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