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Avena, Others Sworn In As Manorhaven’s New Administration The Village of Manorhaven’s new administration held its first meeting on July 6. During this organizational meeting, newly elected Mayor Jim Avena was sworn in, as were trustee reelect Priscilla von Roeschlaub and trustee Ken Kraft. Trustee Rita DiLucia will begin the second year of her current two-year term. Avena will appoint a trustee to serve the remaining year of his two-year trustee term. Sharon Natalie Abramski, who has served as deputy village clerk for the past four years, was sworn in as village clerk-treasurer, records access officer, FOIL officer and records management officer. New hire Norma Joanna Gonedes will assume Abramski’s deputy village clerk position. Donald Badaszewski was sworn in as justice court clerk. Steven Leventhal, Esq., will serve as village attorney. Fred Pollack, Esq., will serve as village

prosecutor. Bee, Ready, Fishbein, Hatter & Donovan will continue as special counsel to advise the village’s planning board. Leventhal, Mullaney & Blinkoff was appointed as special counsel to the village to advise both the board of zoning appeals and the architectural review board. “We have formed an outstanding administration who are all looking forward to getting to work right away,” Arena said. “There are so many important initiatives we want to accomplish for the village and its citizens. We are also eager to hold regular public meetings to share our plans and gain input from our residents.” Regular monthly board meetings will be held the fourth Thursday of each month at 7:30 p.m, unless they fall on or close to holidays, at which point they will be scheduled for earlier in the month. These and other meetings and village information can be found on the Manorhaven Village website at www.manorhaven.org.

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Andrew Barnet enjoyed a day of fishing in Manhasset Bay with friends. Barnet caught this beautiful striped bass, 31 pounds and 43 inches long. Nice catch!

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Port Washington Board Of Education 2016–17 The Port Washington Board of Education conducted its annual reorganization meeting in the Paul D. Schreiber High School library on July 5. Board of Education President Karen Sloan was sworn in to a new threeyear term and was also reappointed by the board to continue serving as its president. Vice President Nora Johnson was also reappointed and sworn in to continue serving as vice president. Trustees Emily Beys and Christina Nadolne were also sworn in; Beys to a new three-year term and Nadolne to fill an open seat that will expire next June. Superintendent of Schools Dr. Kathleen Mooney was also sworn in as part of the annual reorganization.

From left (back row): Trustees Christina Nadolne, Larry Greenstein, Elizabeth Weisburd, Alan Baer and Emily Beys; front row: Vice President Nora Johnson, President Karen Sloan and Superintendent Dr. Kathleen Mooney

COLLEGE NEWS Graduations Karla Calderon graduated from Buffalo State with a Bachelor of Science in criminal justice. Matthew Cacioppo graduated with a Bachelor of Science degree in business economics; Daniel DoughertySamowitz graduated with a Bachelor of Science degree in business economics; Cole Youmans graduated with a Bachelor of Arts degree in communication studies from SUNY Oneonta. Sydney Ann Fernandez was awarded a Bachelor of Science degree in elementary education/pre K-4, magna cum laude, from Kutztown University. Kathleen Mairead Devine received a Bachelor of Science degree, cum laude, from Washington and Lee University on May 26. Devine majored in accounting and business administration. Stacy Schepsman graduated from Farmingdale State College. Andrew Boehm graduated from Union College with a Bachelor of Science degree in psychology. Caleb Jenkinson graduated with a Bachelor of Science in business administration and Alexander Kreichman

graduated with a Bachelor of Arts in English from the University of Vermont. Alec Hazan graduated from Tulane University’s Freeman School of Business with a Bachelor of Science in management. Ethan Weber graduated from Tulane University’s School of Liberal Arts with a Bachelor of Science degree. Kalia Lay earned a Bachelor of Arts in theatre arts and Kevin Nardone earned a Bachelor of Science in finance from SUNY New Paltz.

Dean’s List The following students were named to the Hofstra University Spring 2016 Dean’s List: Matthew Canigiani, Sydney Goldstein, David Olsson, Leah Sax and Michael Weiss. Students must earn a GPA of at least 3.5 during the semester to make the Dean’s List. Jake M. Arlow (sophomore, biology) was named to the Scholastic Honor Roll in the spring term at Oregon State University. To be on the honor roll, students must carry at least 12-graded hours of course work. Arlow earned a straight-A average. Alice Kathryn Gottesman was named

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to the spring 2016 Dean’s List at Simmons College in Boston. To qualify for Dean’s List status, undergraduate students must obtain a GPA of 3.5 or higher, based on 12 or more credit hours of work in classes using the letter grade system.

who earn a GPA of 3.3 or better are recognized through inclusion on the Dean’s List. The President’s List recognizes full-time matriculated students who distinguish themselves by attaining an average of 3.75 or higher.

Kelly Nardone earned Faculty Honors for spring 2016 at the Georgia Institute of Technology. This designation is awarded to undergraduate students who have a 4.0 academic average for the semester.

The following students were named to the University at Albany’s spring 2016 Dean’s List: Shun Akai, Daniel Chu, Alexander Comerford, James Heinlein, Robert O’Lansen and Ayman Salloum. Yixuan Cao earned Dean’s Commendation for part-time students at the University at Albany.

Eric Joseph Schissel, majoring in parks, recreation and tourism management, was named to the President’s List at Clemson University for the spring 2016 semester. To be named to the President’s List, a student must achieve a 4.0 GPA. Jessica Rachel Box was named to the University of Connecticut spring 2016 Dean’s List. She graduated with a Bachelor of Science in animal science. The following students were named to the Farmingdale State College spring 2016 Dean’s List and President’s List: Manuel Barrera, Joseph Gil, Merve Koksal and Simona Kordova. Full-time students at Farmingdale State College

Arthur Baker earned All-Academic Team Honors from SUNY Oneonta. Baker was one of 82 SUNY Oneonta student-athletes named to the State University of New York Athletic Conference All-Academic Team for the spring. Christina Commons was named to the Hofstra University spring 2016 Provost’s List, which recognizes students who have earned a perfect 4.0 GPA. Kristen Henne, daughter of Craig and Henne, was named to the spring 2016 Dean’s List at the Fulton School of Liberal Arts at Salisbury University.

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Schreiber Graduate Presents Play At The NYC UnFringed Festival Dan Marmor is God, a comedy by Schreiber High School graduate Dan Marmor, will have its world premiere at the Secret Theater, Long Island City, as part of the 2016 UnFringed Festival. The play centers on social media, narcissism and religion. It pokes fun at the practice of creating online personas on Facebook and other social media that show that people are having fabulous times, but often bear little resemblance to reality. When Dan tells his friends on social media that he is God, word spreads across the Internet. Dan’s roommates think he has lost his mind, but they are caught off-guard when willing disciples arrive to do Dan’s bidding. The real Marmor graduated Sousa Elementary School, Weber Middle School and Schreiber High School in 2006. He later earned a bachelor’s

degree from Stanford University and a master’s degree in dramatic writing from NYU Tisch School for the Arts. His serialized novel, The Corners I Remember, is featured on the website www. literarymanhattan.org. The play is part of New York City’s UnFringed Festival, which seeks new and exciting works that challenge audiences. The festival facilitates lively discussion and interaction between artists and viewers. Dan Marmor is God will be performed Aug. 15 at 6 p.m., Aug. 19 at 7:30 p.m. and Aug. 21 at 7:15 p.m. at The Secret Theatre, 44-02 23rd St., Long Island City, NY 11101. Check out the website at www. secrettheatre.com for more information. Tickets can be purchased at www.danmarmorisgod.com.

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Girl Scouts Honors Women For Outstanding Achievements Pin, which recognized their service in support of delivering the Girl Scout Leadership Experience and their memorable impact in at least one community where Girl Scouting is offered. Conneely has been a school liaison in Port Washington for two years and currently leads two

troops. Her leadership and attention to community service have been inspiring to other leaders in the Port Washington Association. Rudegeair was recognized for her introduction of the Fare Teal project. The project was created for children with food allergies, allowing them to trick or treat safely at homes with

teal-painted pumpkins that had nonfood items for them. Griffin, also a leader in Port Washington, has been actively involved with the community’s annual food drive for several years. She created a GS Patch for the drive which has increased Girl Scout participation in the event.

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The Girl Scouts of Nassau County (GSNC) recently honored women for their lifelong achievements with the Girl Scouts during the annual Adult Recognitions Ceremony. Among the awardees were Port Washington residents Deirdre Conneely, Claudia Rudegeair and Jessica Griffin, who received the GSUSA Appreciation


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The Amsterdam Pays Tribute To First Responders The Amsterdam at Harborside held a Thank You Barbecue for Port Washington police, fire and emergency medical technicians as an expression of gratitude for their support. Director Sam Guedouar wants to make the barbecue an annual event and stated, “Port’s first responders have become like part of our family and this is the least we can do. It’s an opportunity for residents to share a meal together with them. It also gives them the chance to say thank you.” Port’s first responders were greeted with applause as they arrived. The day meant so much to so many. The kindness of these men and women is key and it was evident throughout the afternoon. They talked with residents,

enjoyed a meal together and stopped mid-meal to take pictures. Brooke Navarre said, “We are grateful to be working with such an amazing group who treat our residents with kindness and respect.” Rosemary Bader, an Independent Living resident, added, “I think this is a great way to say thank you to those who provide emergency service to Port Washington, including The Amsterdam.” EMT Mike Farrone expressed their gratitude and summed it up perfectly, “It is so nice to see everyone in such a nice atmosphere.” The Amsterdam is a senior community that first opened their doors in 2010 and became Nassau County’s first and only life care community.

Danny Ridaurte, EMT, Mike Farrone, EMT, with Christina Alexander, volunteer fire medic and office manager, along with residents

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Port Washington First Responder and EMT enjoy a photo opportunity with residents of The Amsterdam at Harborside during the barbecue.

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SEPTEMBER 24, 2016 Fred Falconer, 2016 Grand Marshall

JOIN A COMMITTEE AND HELP MAKE THE 2016 CELEBRATION THE GREATEST EVER! CALL BARBARA: 883-6693

THANK YOU TO ALL WHO MAKE PRIDE IN PORT POSSIBLE A Special Thank You To These Generous 2015 Participants & Sponsors

PRIDE IN PORT COMMITTEE

Barbara Faticone & Fred Pollack, Co-Chairs Richard Acevedo Mary Balaban Jim Cowles Nancy Cowles Mariann Dalimonte Dina De Giorgio, Esq. Dep. Chief Bob Del Muro Lucy Effron Dr. Brad Fitzgerald Dolores Holliday Stephanie Joannon Carl Lalena Matthew Lanfant Hal Linden Marie Marcellino Doris Markham Sgt. Tom McCarthy Megan McCarty Carole McDonald Vivian Moy Bobbie Polay Meghan Rizzo Claudia Rudegeair Jerry Rudnick Emily Tesio Monte Vane DINNER DANCE Marie Marcellino, Chair Jim Cowles Nancy Cowles Lucy Effron Hal Linden Doris Markham Catherine O’Neill Meghan Rizzo Claudia Rudegeair Emily Tesio DINNER DANCE RAFFLE CSEA Custodial/Maintenance Transportation Unit Richard Acevedo, Chair FAMILY FUN DAY Mary Balaban, Schreiber H.S. Dr. Brad Fitzgerald, Chair Asst Principal, Schreiber H.S. Student Council Schreiber Custodians Key Club and other Schreiber Clubs Special thanks to the many students, clubs and friends who have helped. FUND RAISING Bobbie Polay, Chamber of Commerce PARADE Dr. Brad Fitzgerald, Chair Asst Principal, Schreiber H.S. Mary Balaban, Schreiber H.S. Lucy Effron Mariann Delmonte Port Washington Police Dept. Schreiber Student Volunteers PUBLICITY Mari Gaudet Marie Marcellino TOWN OF NORTH HEMPSTEAD Judi Bosworth, Supervisor, ToNH Dina De Giorgio, Councilwoman TREASURER Mariann Dalimonte 155801 C

PRIDE IN PORT SPONSORS PLATINUM ANGEL Peter & Jeri Dejana Family Foundation GOLDEN ANGEL Precision Work ANGEL Accents on Real Estate Bridgette Hirsh in Honor of Port Rowing Pierce Coach Lines Fred Pollack, Esq. BENEFACTORS Emily Beys Daniel Gale Sotheby’s International Realty Councilwoman Dina DeGiorgio PATRONS 14 Vanderventer Avenue Office Building Austin F. Knowles, Inc. Funeral Home Baker Air, Inc. Falconer Florist Friends of the Sands Point Preserve LaCorte’s Family Auto Arlene and Mitchel Maidman in Honor of Annette Oestreich Port Washington Fire Dept. FRIENDS Anthony’s World of Floors Arnie Herz Law Office Butler’s Flat Jodi’s Gifts John Michael Marino Lodge No. 1389 Laffey Fine Homes NXT Gen Fitness – Parisi Speed School PACA, Inc. Bruce Sims, DMD, PC Wright Music

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Aki Japanese Restaurant Amalfi Ristorante & Pizzeria Ayhan’s Fish Kebab Ayhan’s Mediterranean Marketplace Ayhan’s Shish Kebab Bayview Deli Bellisimo Pizzeria Carlo’s Pizzeria Crave DiMaggio’s Trattoria Dolce Dynasty Finn Mac Cool’s Frank’s Pizzeria Gino’s Pizzeria Green Leaf Restaurant Gum How Harbor Q La Parma On The Bay LaMotta’s Waterside Restaurant Louie’s Oyster Bar & Grille Mi Ranchito Grill Organico Rosa’s Pizza Rosso Uptown Salvatore’s Coal Oven Pizza St. Honore Sullivan’s Quay Toscannini Ristorante Italiano Wild Honey On Main Wings Plus Yummy Gyro

HALL OF FAME

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SUPPORTERS Dance Arts Centre Folan Agency Dr. Sanford Katims Knights of Columbus and Columbiettes Law Office of Kenneth S. Magida Norman Glavas Architects Partners For Access Sullivan’s Quay Zelik Ziegelbaum Physical Therapy CONTRIBUTORS Angelo’s Salon & Color Studio Foster Consulting, Inc. Hair Studio

2015 INDUCTEES Elizabeth Kelly, Class of 1982 Jason Ham, Class of 2000 Todd Okun, Class of 1967 Sarah Walsh Kenyon, Class of 2002 Thanks to the Pride in Port Committee for Hall of Fame Breakfast

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THE PORT WASHINGTON SENIOR CITIZENS CENTERS THANKS: Bonnie Doran Dolores Holliday Daniel Gale Sotheby's International Realty Inc. Town of North Hempstead Department of Parks & Recreation Town of North Hempstead Transportation Department Falconer's Florist Stacy Anagnostopoulos Nancy Klotz & the Nancy Klotz Dancers Schreiber Print Shop: Kelly Garofalo and Phil Macedonio

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World Tae Kwon Do Academy Pride In Port Officials Community Honorees: Annette Oestreich & Troy Pierce Grand Marshal - Peter & Jeri Dejana Family Foundation Maritime Pipes Band Veterans of Foreign Wars American Legion Post 509 Knights Of Columbus & Columbiettes Marine Corp League of Port Washington Paumanok Port Washington Masonic Lodge #855 Polish American Cultural Association PW Chamber of Commerce Community Chest of PW Landmark on Main Street Family Port Washington Public Library Wantagh American Legion Pipe Band PW Police Department Hall of Fame Inductees 2015: Elizabeth Kelly, Jason Ham, Todd Okun, Sarah Walsh Kenyon St. Peter’s Of Alcantara School Port Washington Teachers’ Association Officers Powerglide CSEA Custodial Maintenance/Transportation Band Child’s World Nursery School Guggenheim Elementary School John Philip Sousa Elementary School Manorhaven Elementary School South Salem Elementary School John J. Daly Elementary School Carrie Weber Middle School Paul D Schreiber HS Portettes The Viking Band Schreiber Cheerleaders Schreiber Homecoming Court Schreiber Clubs Schreiber Culture Friends of Port Rowing Shining Studios Crazy Cakes, Inc. Lutheran Church of Our Savior North Shore Animal League iSchool of Music and Art Dolphin Book Shop Boy Scout Troup #7 Port Washington Soccer Club Sands Point Police Department Port Washington Play Troupe Cub Scout Pack 77 PW Fire Department

SPECIAL THANKS Ayhan Hassen for the generous donation of breakfasts and use of Shish Kebab Restaurant for our PIP Committee meetings. Schreiber HS Print Shop, Kelly Garofalo and Phil Macedonis for tickets.

Volunteers who helped decorating and picking up food for the dance and helping serve and sell raffles at the dance and putting up lawn signs. Dave Allen and Stephanie Joannon for providing the Pride in Port convertibles for the Hall of Fame inductees.

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A Special Memorial In Tribute To Karen BY ELIZABETH JOHNSON

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The Reichenbach family and Mayor Elaine Phillips view the memorial plaque and Morning Glory Maple planted in honor of Karen Reichenbach

A special memorial was unveiled to residents of the Incorporated Village of Flower Hill, dedicated to Karen Reichenbach, a former village trustee who was passionate about the environment and, in particular, trees. Mayor Elaine Phillips spoke fondly of Reichenbach, who passed away on April 5 of this year after an extended battle with cancer. “I cannot think of a better person to celebrate than our trustee Karen Reichenbach. We lost a valued trustee who was a strong advocate for our residents and a staunch supporter of our environment.” The Reichenbach’s lived in the village for 23 years. In attendance at the ceremony were her husband Herb and two daughters Samantha and Jenna, along with Reichenbach’s mother, Ruth Lawrence. “Karen was our representative on the Hempstead Harbor Protection Committee and chaired our tree committee,” said Phillips. “She was instrumental in Flower Hill being designated as a Tree City USA with the National Arbor Day Foundation. During her tenure as chairwoman of the tree committee, 265 new trees were planted in the Village of Flower Hill. “Karen was a colleague and a friend. I can truly say that I am a better mayor and more so I am a better person from knowing Karen,” said Phillips. A Morning Glory Maple tree was planted in her honor along with a plaque commemorating her and the staunch support she had for the environment.

Residents and friends of Karen Reichenbach gather at Flower Hill Park while Mayor Elaine Phillips dedicates a memorial in her name.

The Village of Flower Hill employees and Village Mayor Elaine Phillip pose with a painting of Karen Reichenbach.

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Sands Point is an incorporated village situated at the tip of Cow Neck peninsula, also known as the hamlet of Port Washington. The village is now home to approximately 850 families, serving as a residential community with a tranquil, rural atmosphere. Residents of the village enjoy close proximity to both the natural beauty of the Sands Point Preserve and the conveniences of Port Washington’s Main Street. This home at 6 Oak Tree Lane sold for $1,500,000 on July 1. The Sands Point ranch sits on one acre. The house is 3,064 square feet and includes two and a half bathrooms and three bedrooms. The kitchen boasts ample space with wood-finished cabinetry as well as ceramic tile flooring. An open floor plan links the living room to the kitchen, which is showered with tremendous natural light thanks to two large skylights. The outdoor space features a stone patio behind the house as well as in-ground sprinklers. Real estate taxes are $24,915.

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Celebrating Ice Cream Month In Port Did you know that July was National Ice Cream month? There are plenty of places in Port Washington to satisfy an urge for the sweet treat or frozen favorite. This is a glorious reality. Check out these outrageous places which will satisfy any craving, any time. The classic Douglas and James Sweet Treats On the Wharf, or more commonly known as The Wharf, is at 405 Main St., right on the water with a beautiful view. Famous for their homemade ice cream, walking into this shop will easily take any ice cream lover straight to heaven. With an array of amazing flavors, like Chunky Doughboy Delight and Double Dutch Chocolate Brownie, longtime employee and the store owner’s daughter, Jenny, said it is hard to pick the best or favorite flavor when they are all so popular. The Wharf is a seasonal establishment and is only open in the summer, weekdays, noon to 9 p.m. and weekends, noon to 11 p.m. Walking up Main Street, another seasonal delight is Ralph’s Famous Italian Ices. The shop is at 292 Main

Welcoming hello behind the counter at The Wharf St. and is open everyday from noon to 11 p.m. At Ralph’s, classic water ice, cream ice or even ice cream are unique. The most popular ice is rainbow and their most popular ice cream is Cookie Craze, a blue cookie creation that is a “must try.” 16 Handles is a self-serve frozen yogurt place that allows customers to customize exactly what flavors and combinations the discerning palate

wants. Walk in, grab a cup, fill it up to your heart’s desire with as many flavors as you want and top it with as many toppings you can think of. 16 Handles often changes their flavors on monthly basis; however, there are staples like cookies and cream and euro tart, as well as limited flavors, like cinnamon rice pudding and passion fruit orange guava. 16 Handles is at 1005 Port Washington Blvd. It is open

weekdays from noon to 10 p.m. and weekends from noon to 11 p.m. Baskin Robbins is just a few stores down. What makes Baskin Robbins special is their excellent 31 Below, which mixes soft serve ice cream with a variety of toppings. The store is at 923 Port Washington Blvd. and is open everyday from 11 a.m. to 10 p.m.. The last two shops are in Manorhaven. Paradice is a cool place to go and order delicious ices though a window. The store is at 77 Manorhaven Blvd. The most popular flavor of ices at Paradice is rainbow. They have outdoor seating to enjoy ices al fresco on a nice day. It is a popular stop. Carvel is located in Soundview Marketplace. Always the perfect place for getting ice cream after a movie, swimming or boating. Carvel’s specialty is their delicious soft serve ice cream and flying saucer ice cream sandwiches. Carvel serves ice cream, both soft and hard, milk shakes, sundaes and cakes. A longtime favorite, Carvel is open everyday from 11 a.m. to 10 p.m. So enjoy July and ice cream month and make sure to visit all these shops full of frozen delights.

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READERS SPEAK OUT The Port Washington News editor or reviewer apparently did not recognize or did not care that this article reveals information that is incriminating to Joey Chacha, real name Mr. Joey Ciulla, administrator of The Real Port Washington group on Facebook. The article fails to mention that “The Real Port Washington” and the hundreds of historical Port Washington photos, postcards, newspaper clippings and historic information was researched, dedicated and shared with those that have memories and a love for Port Washington. Many of these “treasures” of Port Washington that have been shared with The Real Port Washington community come from other people, not only Joey Chacha. And, in many cases, come from those who were born native to Port Washington and with family generations from Port Washington. Joey is not native to PW, and like it or not, there are a few that feel he sometimes portrays The Real Port Washington in a distasteful way. As the article states, “Chacha’s name conjures an image of a suave, outgoing gentleman, dancing with a woman on a Latino ballroom dance floor.” Obviously some may feel that way, but this is not true for others.

Admittedly he does have a large following, but not all are blind-struck by his antics. As the article does provide some clue, it clearly reveals that Chacha often uses photoshop in his images. In essence, he creates his own view of The Real Port Washington. There are those that say this is not The Real Port Washington.’Not everything that’s posted is about PW. In fact, some of it’s off-the-wall, having nothing at all to do with the subject of the Facebook group. The truth of the matter is that many will turn a blind eye and not acknowledge that Joey Chacha infringes on copyright and registered material. He knowingly and willingly practices plagiarism by altering and distributing material without permission of material that doesn’t belong to him. He alters materials that are protected by U.S. and International copyright law. Knowingly carrying out these activities is a criminal offense, even as it pertains to the Internet. Chacha tries to be cunning and win over others, which is evidenced by this article posted in the Port Washington News, Instagram, Facebook and dozens of other places. Take heed, there are those that are not fooled by his antics of

Send Us A Letter! Have an interesting point to make? Did you see something in the paper that you loved or hated? Tell us about it by writing a letter to the editor and see your thoughts in print. All topics are welcome, but please keep the letter under 500 words. You must provide your name and address, but don’t worry, we will not publish your address. Send all letters to ejohnson@antonmediagroup.com or mail it the old-fashioned way to 132 E. Second St., Mineola, NY 11501.

infringement. Several are reluctant to express their views publicly. They only put up and tolerate him for the sake of the memories and the love of Port Washington. Let it be known. This written as notice to: Joey Chacha (aka Joey Ciulla). Copyright Protection—Many people assume that everything posted on the Internet is public domain, probably because the law used to protect published works only if they displayed the proper copyright notice upon publication. The law, however, has changed: neither publication nor a notice of any kind is required to protect works today. Simply putting the pen to the paper or in the electronic medium,

putting the fingers to the save key creates a copyrighted work. Once expression is committed to a tangible medium (and computer media is considered tangible), copyright protection is automatic. So, postings of all kinds are protected the same as published printed works. Liability For Posting Infringing Work—The proliferation of RIAA lawsuits against individuals for peerto-peer file-sharing make clear that individuals can be liable for their own actions when they copy and distribute others’ copyrighted works without permission. Universities and libraries can also be liable for the actions. —Tony Della

LETTER TO THE EDITOR Response To MTA LIRR (Reprinted by request of the author) Dear Ms. McGowan: We obviously all hope that there will never be a serious incident at the Manhasset Valley Railroad Bridge, but if events come to pass that cause such a loss, your letter will be posted, along with Governor Cuomo’s

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non-response, to my warning of this very serious problem. Notwithstanding all of the smoke and mirrors that is included in your letter, you have not addressed the terrorist or accidental damage issue, which is probably the number-one concern, and your description of the rust and corrosion as “minor” belies comprehension from anyone who has actually visited the site. Do you ever, in fact, leave your desk and visit possible problem sites? If you haven’t up until now, I recommend a visit in the immediate future.

There is nothing in your letter that gives me any solace that my concerns have been properly addressed. —Theodore M. Bier

For the latest community news, visit us at PortWashington-News.com Photo of Simplicity by Jenny Miglio

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Cirque du Soleil Soars With Paramour BY BETSY ABRAHAM

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The circus has come to Broadway. Cirque du Soleil—known for its touring shows that combine circus arts and street performance—debut Paramour, its first Broadway show back in April, bringing high-caliber theatrics and aerobatics to the Lyric Theatre. Paramour follows the story of Indigo (Ruby Lewis), a scarlet-haired singer who is discovered by AJ Golden (Jeremy Kushnier), a powerful movie director looking for his next star. With her earnest, doe-eyed composer, Joey (Ryan Vona) in tow, the pair head off to Hollywood as Golden promises Indigo fame and fortune while Joey tries to write the perfect love song. A love triangle predictably develops, which may be an overdone plotline but lends itself beautifully to scenes like “The Dream” and “Indigo’s Decision,” where Cirque performers capture the complicated emotions of jealousy and love through acrobatics. What the show lacks in storyline, it makes up fully in jaw-dropping theatrics. There is no lack of amusements with Paramour, as the show packs in flips, acrobatics, trapeze and juggling routines that will leave the audience breathless. The world-renowned Atherton brothers—aerial strap artists who dangle dozens of feet in the air holding onto nothing more than long straps—are one of the show’s best acts, as are acrobats Martin Charrat, Myriam Deraiche and Samuel William Charlton who dangle and flip upside down from a trapeze with complete control. Brilliant choreography and strong vocals shine throughout and the show marries well the mixture of Broadway theatrics with circus stunts. While the acrobatics take center stage, performances by Lewis, who makes a memorable debut, and the rest of the cast, help the whole show come together well. This is a show that audience members won’t be able to look away from. Visit www.cirquedusoleil.com/paramour to find out more.

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Power Pop Primer

Residing at a stylistic crossroads that’s found them influencing legions of bands in the worlds of pop, hard rock, new wave, heavy metal and punk, Cheap Trick has kept the flame burning bright for American rock and roll for the past four plus decades. This year not only found the foursome of Rick Nielsen, Robin Zander, Tom Petersson and Bun E. Carlos rightfully and finally getting inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame, but the the three members minus Carlos (Nielsen’s son plays drums in Carlos’ stead) released Bang, Zoom, Crazy... Hello, the band’s first studio record in five years and one that has many calling it their best. The following are some other notable parts of the band’s canon you should check out. Cheap Trick (Epic) [1977] - A power pop masterpiece, the combination of killer guitar riffs and stacked harmonies initially went overlooked by American audiences despite the band’s ability to clothe bizarre topics

like suicide (“Oh, Candy”), mass murder (“The Ballad of TV Violence”) and pedophiles (“Daddy Should Have Stayed in High School”) in killer arrangements. In Color (Epic) [1977] More pop manna can be found on Cheap Trick’s sophomore bow including the Beach Boys-inspired “Southern Girls,” the manic album opener “Hello There” and the frenetic studio version of “I Want You to Want Me.” Heaven Tonight (Epic) [1978] - Despite having a slightly slicker production sheen, this collection of songs contains plenty of classics including a sneering song about suicide (“Auf Wiedersehen”), the evils of drugs (the psychedelic title cut) and a killer Move cover (“California Man”). Cheap Trick at Budokan (Epic) [1978] - The band’s breakthrough album

captured a rabid Japanese fanbase’s ardor and carryied it back to Cheap Trick’s home country thanks to stellar live readings of “I Want You to Want Me,” “Surrender” and a hit cover of Fats Domino’s “Ain’t That a Shame.” Dream Police (Epic) [1979] - Fresh off of Budokan’s success, Cheap Trick’s fourth studio album was their most successful commercial outing thanks to the bombastic and ubercatchy title cut, stomping “Gonna Raise Hell” and the yearning “Need Your Love.” Next Position Please (Epic) [1983] - This Todd Rundgren-produced outing is a return to pure pop with a dash of new wave thanks to the harmony-soaked Zander gem “I Can’t Take It,” an earnest reading of The Motors’

“Dancing the Night Away” and an equally poppy take on Rundgren’s “Heaven’s Falling.” Cheap Trick ‘97 (Red Ant Records) [1997] - After a string of lackluster efforts through most of the 1980s and 1990s, this collection found Cheap Trick getting back to writing gems like the bittersweet “Say Goodbye,” poignant “It All Comes Back to You” and chiming “Hard to Tell.” The Latest (Cheap Trick Unlimited) [2009] Opening with the dreampop “Sleep Forever,” Cheap Trick deals out more power pop manna including the jagged “California Girl,” the thrashing “Sick Man of Europe” and a breezy take on Slade’s “When the Lights Are Out.”

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“NOTHING WAS GOING TO KEEP ME FROM MY DAUGHTER’S WEDDING, NOTHING DID.” - ANTHONY PANCELLA III

Thanks to the life-saving team at St. Joseph Hospital Anthony Pancella III eagerly anticipated traveling to Florida for his daughter’s wedding. As he was having dinner with his family one Saturday evening, he felt a sharp pain in the middle of his chest and tingling in his jaw. Luckily, Mr. Pancella went to St. Joseph Hospital where a new state-of-the-art Cardiac CT scanner, the most advanced non-invasive imaging tool in cardiology, revealed three life-threatening calcifications. The following morning at St. Francis, stents were inserted. He was discharged shortly after and was cleared to fly to Florida in time for the wedding.

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Thought Gallery Rome on the Cusp of the Modern Era: 1849–1870 Thursday, July 21, at 6:30 p.m. Morgan Library & Museum 225 Madison Ave. 212-685-0008 www.themorgan.org Say ciao to a lesser-known era of Roman history with two Pulitzer

Prize-winning biographers as they look at the Italian city during a turbulent era in conjunction with a new exhibition ($15). AMNH Presents: Grand Tour of the Universe Tuesday, July 26, at 7 p.m.

Thomas Hartley Cromek (1809–1873), The Via Sistina and the Palazzo Zuccaro from the Trinità dei Monti (detail). Gift of the Fellows. The Morgan Library & Museum. European Southern Observatory/Flickr

American Museum of Natural History Central Park West at 79th Street 212-769-5100 www.amnh.org Explore the universe from Central Park West with a look at the vast reaches of the universe and our place in it via the 3D Digital Universe Atlas ($12-$15).

Just Announced | Defying the Nazis: The Sharps’ War Preview Screening & Conversation with Ken Burns and Artemis Joukowsky Tuesday, Sept. 13, at 7:30 p.m. 92nd Street Y 1395 Lexington Ave. 212-415-5500 92Y.org Master documentarian Ken Burns relates the story of Martha and Waitstill Sharp, an American couple who took incredible risks to save imperiled Jews and refugees during World War II ($32).

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ANTON AUTO GUIDE • JULY 20 - 26, 2016

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It was a beautiful day as we drove north on the 101 freeway towards Santa Barbara. The rugged sandy bluffs rose high along the California coast while the sunshine sparkled across the waters of the Pacific Ocean. Thing 1 and Thing 2, then 8 and 5, were trying to sit patiently in the back seat as we drove towards our campground. This was our first outing in our new-to-us, folding camping trailer. To say my heart was happy would be an understatement. I was giddy with excitement. I couldn’t wait to start making fun, family camping memories. Brent and I already had so many from when we were kids, and we wanted to give the same thing to our boys. Not only that, we were ready to relax for the weekend after a long week of work. We were ready to kick up our heels, sit by the fire, and maybe go on a few hikes in the Los Padres National Forest. An hour later we arrived at our campsite, and the boys jumped out of the van. They were busy checking out the campsite when I noticed Thing 2 wasn’t wearing shoes. “Put on your shoes, honey. There might be something sharp.” “I don’t have them,” he replied, playing in the dirt. What? No shoes? Of course, he has shoes. What sort of parent forgets shoes when they go camping? I started searching the van but no luck. In our excitement to hit the road for our first camping experience, we had let him run out the door happy but barefoot. Ooops. Determined not to let this ruin our weekend, we headed up to the camp store. There we bought a pair of flip-flops that he could wear to protect his feet. We may not be going on any long hikes over the weekend, but they would be perfect to wear to the swimming hole on the Santa Ynez River. Wondering if there are things to do (besides remember your child’s shoes.) to make your first time out in your new RV go more smoothly? Read on.

Making a list is probably your most important step. Make copies and give them to all your readers in the family so they can help pack up. Divide your lists into categories: kitchen, meals, bathroom, outdoor activities (bikes, balls, firewood, etc.), indoor activites (games, movies, etc.), pets, family member A, B, C, etc., and don’t forget to include yourself. Start packing a few days ahead of time to avoid the last minute rush. Cross things off as you pack them and just before you pull out of your driveway, take a quick glance at your list to make sure you have everything.

Practice Parking or Driving If you are worried about backing up or driving the RV around, take it out for some practice without the family. It’s a lot easier to practice without kids playing (or arguing) in the back seat. Choose a Saturday or Sunday morning when the roads are less crowded, and drive around a bit. Find a large parking lot with plenty of empty space and back it up a few times. You’ll be surprised at how much easier it gets with a little practice. It won’t be long until you feel like a pro.

Research Test Run Most RVs are so easy to set up you could do it in your sleep, but it doesn’t hurt to do a little test run. Set up your RV in your driveway before you head out. In fact, you may want to do this a few times if you are feeling nervous. Better to figure out how to work the jacks before getting to a campsite after a long drive when you (and everyone else) may be tired. If your RV has slides, always do a slide check when setting or packing up to make sure nothing gets smashed in the slide. Trust us on this one.

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A little research ahead of time goes a long way. We are all for spontaneity, but for your first trip in your RV I suggest you have reservations. Double-check that the campground has the amenities you want. If you want electricity, water and sewer, be sure to ask for a full hookup site. You can even ask for a pullthrough site if you are not quite ready for a back-in site. While you are on the Internet, do a quick search for things to do in the area and take a few notes (I take screenshots on my phone and save them to my camera roll). This way if you get to your destination and suddenly realize you don’t have cell phone reception, you’ll still have an idea of what’s in the area. Also don’t forget to double-check your route on the GPS before pulling out of the driveway.


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TAURUS (April 20-May 20). This week you’ll get a rather mysterious nudge in a direction you hadn’t considered. As unexpected as this is, it will feel so right. Your ultimate success will be a function of your desire coinciding perfectly with the thing that others need. You’ll give a lift to those around you, mentally, physically and spiritually. GEMINI (May 21-June 21). You’re a social creature and purposeful, too, and yet your involvement in the big causes can be tricky this week. You’ll resist the group mind and be afraid to blend in too far; you don’t want to become a statistic or serve without any personal benefit. Flex that independent spirit and see where it leads you. CANCER (June 22-July 22). You will answer all requests in due order. The timing is truly in your hands, and you should go at the pace that makes you feel the most comfortable and free. Do not spoil your people by being too accommodating or they will grow to take you for granted, not even realizing the efforts they regularly require of you. LEO (July 23-Aug. 22). More often than not, ruin isn’t caused by destructive intent. The more usual occurrence is that ruin is a function of neglect -- an indifference to the natural, slow decay of time. Combat the apathy. Maturity, vigilance and a proactive stance will assist you in creating a future that is the envy of all around you. VIRGO (Aug. 23-Sept. 22). Tastes can be erratic. Judgement can be flawed. People misunderstand each other’s efforts constantly. These matters should be tucked away with a shrug and a categorization: “That’s life”; “That’s work”; “That’s love”; or “That’s art.” An easygoing way with rejection will, by week’s end, attract crazy success! LIBRA (Sept. 23-Oct. 23). Relaxed confidence coupled with a deep sense of purpose is the winning combination this week. You may not realize this, but you’re carrying someone else’s dream. Your achievements will go a long way toward inspiring another and propelling a legacy into the future. What you do matters ... a lot! SCORPIO (Oct. 24-Nov. 21). Contrary to a certain self-help book title, it turns out that the “small stuff” maybe does warrant a bit of sweat after all. Maybe it’s the only sized stuff that does this week! The attention to details that would usually go unacknowledged will make a profound improvement in several of your life’s outcomes. Focus. SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 22-Dec. 21). Oh, to have limitless options! Such a condition is dreamy when you’re assembling sundaes or trying to find the perfect shoes to complete an outfit. But when it comes to important life choices, having less than three options will keep you strong and decisive instead of diffused and overwhelmed. CAPRICORN (Dec. 22-Jan. 19). Go on and update your calendar, your rituals and your wardrobe, if you feel so moved. There’s a lot you should leave alone, though! For instance, the “dated” version of your values is working out just fine for now. Stick with it. Keep believing the others can and should live up to your expectations and they will. AQUARIUS (Jan. 20-Feb. 18). You don’t expect to be constantly moved, motivated or entertained by life. You know that most of the time it’s up to you to name your purpose and find reasons to keep the fascination alive. What a delightful surprise it is this week when the forces of life single you out and fully absorb you with a new calling. PISCES (Feb. 19-March 20). Your unique and uncommon perspective will help you contribute something important. Mostly, your view will be broad. Your interest in the color, shape, meaning and thrust of the situation may have you overlooking details, filling in the blanks, writing your own rules. Hopefully, the group will go along. They’d be wise to!

THIS WEEK’S BIRTHDAYS

This year brings wondrous luck that holds and holds. The next eight weeks bring brilliant, innovative solutions to the problems that have made your personal life less than optimum. Your friends will make an enormous difference in your ability to execute plans and achieve goals. Seek the company of those who do what they do for the sheer grace and verve of the dance. September and November bring financial opportunity. Stay lean and mean those months and reap the rewards in March. COPYRIGHT 2016 CREATORS.COM

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CONTRACT BRIDGE By Steve Becker


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Weekly Sudoku Puzzle Enter digits from 1 to 9 into the blank spaces. Every row must contain one of each digit. So must every column, as must every 3x3 square.

Answer to last week’s Crossword Puzzle

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Phillips Ready To Take The Fight To Albany Men’s Journal years ago ranked ‘The 25 Toughest Guys in America.’ The list included one woman, Hillary Rodham Clinton, as well as 50 Cent, the rap EYE ON singer who was supposedly shot nine THE ISLAND times and lived to tell the tale. That magazine article came to my Mike Barry mind last week after speaking with Flower Hill Mayor Elaine Phillips, the Republican-Conservative nominee on Tuesday, Nov. 8, to succeed that’s when our school aid dropped state Senator Jack Martins (R-Old significantly.” Westbury) in the 7th Senatorial “I’m a project person. I get things District (SD). done,” Phillips added, pointing to her A married mother of three grown administration’s ability to lower the daughters, Phillips found success on Village of Flower Hill’s property tax Wall Street, earned a fourth degree levy in four of the past five years while black belt in karate, and was elected at the same time creating a public Flower Hill’s mayor in 2012 after a walkway and public basketball court clandestine write-in campaign by her along Stonytown Road. immediate predecessor. The previous Phillips also cited Flower Hill’s mayor was unhappy with then-Village recent ranking as the third most-deTrustee Phillips’ vocal opposition to sirable community in New York taxpayer-funded insurance benefits State to raise a family, according to for Flower Hill’s Niche.com, and elected officials. its national Tree Having been City USA desigre-elected in nation, an honor March 2016 to her Flower Hill won current post with after planting 265 neither visible nor trees following invisible oppoSuperstorm sition, Phillips Sandy. is about to take Phillips’ prepaon her toughest ration for the electoral chalrough and tumble lenge, attempting of politics came to expand her after successful base beyond a stints at J.P. Flower Hill Mayor Elaine Phillips village of nearly Morgan Securities 5,000 residents and and Goldman Sachs and her steady to a SD that is home to more than a ascent through the ranks of Korean quarter-million in northern Nassau martial arts. She earned her underCounty. graduate and MBA degrees from “I was ready for something next Penn State University and moved in life,” Phillips stated, when I asked to Manhasset with her husband, her why she wanted to make a state Andy, in 1995. A Cornell alumnus Senate bid. “I have the energy. I have who played lacrosse there, he retired the time and, most importantly, I’m last year as a managing director at doing it for the right reason.” BlackRock. The right reason, in her view, Their three daughters are Kate, is to maintain Long Island’s voice a Cornell graduate who works at in Albany, which is hanging by a Emory University in Atlanta; Hannah, thread after the Democrats regained who will enter her senior year this a numerical (32-31) majority this fall at Duke University; and Sarah, a spring in the state senate following a rising college sophomore who is also special election in New York’s 9th SD. playing lacrosse at Cornell. Republicans control the state senate “I’m a firm believer in term limits, today because a group of breakaway ethics and transparency,” the mayor Democratic state senators have stated, near the end of our conversaaligned themselves with the GOP. tion. Phillips said she thought four, “We must continue to work hard 2-year state senate terms, for a total for school aid,” the mayor continued. of eight years, were sufficient. “Our public schools are what makes “I definitely understand the benefits Long Island, Long Island. In 2009 of institutional memory but, at and 2010, when the Democrats had some point, you’ve got to move on,” both the Assembly and the Senate, she said.


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ANTON MEDIA GROUP • JULY 20 - 26, 2016

AROUND LONG ISLAND Great family events happening this month around the Island

Wednesday, July 20

Long Island Author Shoshanna McCollum will be the guest speaker at Rock Hall Museum’s Long Island Author Series on July 20 from 7:30 to 9 p.m. Rock Hall Museum is located at 199 Broadway in Lawrence. Visit www.friendsofrockhall.org or call 516-239-1157. Cruisin’ Wednesdays Car show featuring a variety of custom vintage cars, plus dinner and music. $5 to show a vehicle; no charge for spectators. Every Wednesday at 5 p.m. at Milleridge Inn, 585 North Broadway, Jericho. Call 516-931-2201 or visit www. milleridgeinn.com for details. Broadway Mall Carnival Head to the Broadway Mall Carnival for rides, games, prizes and food. Wristbands are $25 Monday-Thursday and $30 Friday-Sunday. Visit www. broadwaymall.com to view the varying opening and closing times. More information is available at 516-218-6620. The Broadway Mall is located at 385 N. Broadway Mall in Hicksville. Through July 24.

$15. Call 516-829-2570 or visit www. greatneckarts.org for tickets. Bobby Katz Quintet Inside Hempstead House’s former billiards room, hear a selection of original compositions and jazz standards from the Bobby Katz Quintet. Joining the group for this special performance will be Grammy-nominated trumpeter Michael Rodriguez. The event is from 8 to 10 p.m. at the Sands Point Preserve at 127 Middle Neck Rd., Sands Point. Tickets can be purchased for $20 by calling 516-304-5076.

Friday, July 22

Concert: Nassau Pops 8 to 10 p.m. at Eisenhower Park’s Harry Chapin Lakeside Theatre, East Meadow. Visit www.nassaucountyny. gov or call 516-571-0355 for details. Governor’s Open Mic Night Perform your own comedy skit at Governor’s Comedy Club of Levittown. Tickets are $12. Doors open at 10 p.m. for the 10:30 showtime. Ages 18 and over. Visit www. govs.com for

tickets and info.

The Tenth Man The Summer Furman Film Series continues on July 20 at 7:30 p.m. with a screening of The Tenth Man, directed by Daniel Burman, at Bow Tie Squire Cinemas, located at 115 Middle Neck Rd., Great Neck. The film is in Spanish with English subtitles. Tickets are $15 in advance, $10 for students, $20 at the door. Visit www. goldcoastfilmfestival.org. Summer Art Workshop for Kids Heckscher Museum of Art hosts a workshop for children ages 7-11 from 10 a.m. to noon. Price is $20 for members and $25 for nonmembers. Call 631-3513250. To see the full list of their summer art programs for kids, visit www. heckscher.org.

Thursday, July 21

50+ Comedy Hour Enjoy an evening of hilarious live stand-up comedy featuring a full line-up of top comedians ages 50+ presented by the Gold Coast Arts Center and Long Island Comedy at 8:30 p.m.; doors open at 8 p.m. Pre-sale tickets, $10; regular price,

Video Games Live NYCB Theatre at Westbury presents Video Games Live, a concert featuring music from the best-known video games performed by elite artists, combining rock, orchestra, percussion and visuals. Starts at 8 p.m. Another showing on July 23.

Call 516-247-5211 for ticket information.

Saturday, July 23

Nassau’s Got Talent The Madison Theatre at Molloy College is seeking talent from all over the tristate area. All prizes win a chance to perform in a Madison Theatre production during the upcoming season. Visit www.madisontheatreny.org or call Beth Kurot at 516-323-4446 for details. Concert: Fresh in the Park 7:30 to 9:30 p.m. at Eisenhower Park’s Harry Chapin Lakeside Theatre, East Meadow. Visit www. nassaucountyny.gov or call 516-5710355 for details. Tough Mudder Have a blast and get dirty at Old Bethpage Village Restoration’s Tough Mudder. This 10-12 mile obstacle course is designed to challenge team members to push themselves. A half Tough Mudder (5-6 miles) will be held at the same location on July 24. 1303 Round Swamp Rd., Old Bethpage. Visit www.toughmudder.com.

Thursday, July 21

Movie: Minions Begins approximately 8:30 p.m. at Eisenhower Park’s Harry Chapin Lakeside Theatre, East Meadow. Visit www. nassaucountyny.gov or call 516-571-0355 for details.

Mermaid Tea Party Join the annual celebration of mermaids from noon to 1 p.m. (ages 3-6) and from 2 to 3 p.m. (ages 6-12). Open to mermaids of all ages. $15 adult/ child pair; additional children $4 each. Members $5 child. The Whaling Museum and Education Center, 301 Main St., Cold Spring Harbor. www. cshwhalingmuseum.org.

Sunday, July 24

Concert: Elvis / Beatles Tribute 8 to 10 p.m. at Eisenhower Park’s Harry Chapin Lakeside Theatre, East Meadow. Visit www.nassaucountyny. gov or call 516-571-0355 for details. Phantom Trio The Performing Arts Center at Adelphi University will host Jeremy Stolle, Jennifer Hope Wills and Jeremy Hays, three stars from Broadway’s Phantom of the Opera, for a musical performance beginning at 4 p.m. Admission is $35. For info call 516-877-4000. Sunday Night Funnies The Brokerage Comedy Club in Bellmore hosts Sunday night shows starring several of their best comedians. Doors open at 5:30 p.m. Tickets range from $14-$32. Adults 18 and over only. Located at 2797 Merrick Rd. Call 516-781-5233 for more info.

Monday, July 25

Concert: Selena Experience 8 to 10 p.m. at Eisenhower Park’s Harry Chapin Lakeside Theatre, East Meadow. Visit www.nassaucountyny. gov or call 516-571-0355 for details. Messy Camp: Things that Boom, Fizz and Pop! The Cradle of Aviation Museum is holding a week-long summer camp filled with fun experiments and mess-making. Camp is for ages 9-12 and runs from 9:30 a.m. to 3 p.m. Price is $350 for members and $400 for nonmembers. Call 516-5724406 to reserve a spot.


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PORT WASHINGTON NEWS • JULY 20 - 26, 2016

COMMUNITY CALENDAR Wednesday, July 20 7:30 p.m. The Man Who Broke the Bank at Monte Carlo (1935-67 min.). Dapper mystery man Paul Gallard (Ronald Colman) arrives in Monte Carlo and swiftly breaks the bank at the baccarat table. Helen Berkeley (Joan Bennett) is a mystery woman sent to Paris to lure Paul back to Monte Carlo. Howard Ellis Smith and Nunnally Johnson scripted this sparkling comedy for director Stephen Roberts. At the Port Washington Library.

Thursday, July 21 3 p.m. 3rd Thursdays @ 3: Great Themes in European Painting: The Nude. Marc Kopman, adjunct professor of art history at LIU Post, discusses how popular artistic subjects evolved over time, examining works that range from the early Renaissance to the early 20th century. 8 p.m. The Bobby Katz Quintet brings a superb program of original compositions and jazz standards. Joining the group for this special performance will be Grammy-nominated trumpeter Michael Rodriguez. The quintet will premiere Katz’s “Still Searching Suite,” a three-movement composition. Admission is $20 per person, including parking. Call 516304-5076 for tickets or go online at www.sandspointpreserve.org.

Friday, July 22 12:10 p.m. Sandwiched In: Old

Bethpage Village Restoration. This recreation of a mid-19th century American village includes homes, farms and businesses. It opened in 1970 with dozens of historic structures that were saved from demolition, and features costumed actors providing demonstrations and discussions of 19th-century life. Join Tim Van Wickler and Emily Werner, of the Nassau County Department of Recreation, for an introduction to this Long Island treasure. At the Port Washington Library. 8 p.m. The Port Washington Players perform Once Upon A Mattress at the Jeanne Rimsky Theater at the Landmark on Main Street. The play features local talent and is directed by Brian E. Long, with musical direction by David Barnett. Shows run from July 22 to 24 and July 29 to 31. Tickets are available online at www.pwmattress.bpt.me. 7:30 p.m. Soundswap: The THE BAND Band. While iconic roots rock group The Band may be long gone from the stage, The THE BAND Band is keeping their sound and spirit alive and well with authentic, true-to-form renditions of the group’s legendary repertoire. Made possible by The Friends of the Library.

Saturday, July 23 11 a.m. Exploration Hike biologist Eric Powers will guide adults on an exploratory hike around Sands Point Preserve. This adults-only tour will search for wildflowers and wildlife, and delve into historic and medical

Sandwiched In: Old Bethpage Village Restoration on July 22 uses of some of the plants found at the preserve. To register, go to www. sandspointpreserve.org. 10 a.m. The 12th Annual Port Washington/Manhasset Bay Kayak Run supporting the Community Chest that helps change the lives of residents in need. Register at the Town Dock, Atlantic Outfitter, West Marine or at www.portchest.org.

Sunday, July 24 1 p.m. North Hempstead Beach Park hosts the Projekt, a real mix of old classics and popular music. Admission is free; parking fees apply. 2 p.m. The Port Washington Players perform Once Upon A Mattress at the Jeanne Rimsky Theater at the Landmark on Main Street. The play features local talent. Tickets are available online at www.pwmattress .bpt.me.

Monday, July 25 7 p.m. The Centennials: Gregory Peck. Film historian Philip Harwood will discuss the life and career of Gregory Peck (1916-2003) with a screening of To Kill a Mockingbird (1962-130 min.). Peck won an Oscar playing Southern lawyer Atticus Finch, who tries to be a good father as he prepares to defend a black field hand accused of rape. Horton Foote adapted Harper Lee’s novel for director Robert Mulligan.

Soundswap: The THE BAND Band at Port Washington Library at 7:30 p.m.

Delaware. Darren Lemke scripted for director Rob Letterman.

Thursday, July 28 7 p.m.The Revenant (2015-156 min.). Hugh Glass (Oscar-winner Leonardo DiCaprio), is a guide on a fur-trading expedition in the 1820s, fights for survival after being mauled by a bear and left for dead by his team. Director Alejandro G. Inarritu (Birdman) scripted with Mark L. Smith, from Michaell Punke’s novel.

Friday, July 29 12:10 p.m. Sandwiched In: Mop Tops No More! The Beatles’ Final Tour and the Expansion of Pop Music’s Horizons. Fifty years ago, the most popular group in the world stopped performing before live audiences. This led to a new era in studio experimentation that would push popular music into areas that had been unimaginable just a few years earlier. Tony Traguardo will discuss this monumental shift and feature rarely seen performance footage and studio session recordings.

Wednesday, July 27

7 p.m. The Centennnials: Peter Finch. Film expert Philip Harwood will discuss the life and career of the actor (1916-77) with a screening of Sidney Lumet’s Network (1976-121 min.). Finch won a posthumous Academy Award for his portrayal of Howard Beale, a suicidal newscaster who becomes a media hero. Costars Faye Dunaway and Beatrice Straight also won Oscars, as did Paddy Chayefsky.

7:30 p.m. Family Film: Goosebumps (2015-103 min., rated PG). Teenager Zach (Dylan Minnette) teams up with Hannah (Odeya Rush), the daughter of young adult horror author R. L. Stine (Jack Black), to prevent demons from the writer’s imagination from taking over the town of Madison,

We would like to include your upcoming events in our weekly community calendar. Please email calendar items two weeks in advance of this paper’s Friday publication date to portwashington @antonmediagroup.com.


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PORT WASHINGTON NEWS • JULY 20 - 26, 2016

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Manhasset Bay Boat Tour: Part I BY ANDREA WATSON

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Being on the water, whether in a sailboat, motorboat or kayak, is always great, but it is especially wonderful in the evenings when the cool breeze and beautiful sunsets make for a perfect day’s end. The members of The Port Washington Public Library’s Nautical Advisory Council (NAC) figured this out several years ago and teamed up with Matt Meyran’s Water Taxi. The council offers tours of Manhasset Bay and western Long Island Sound during the summer months. Port residents have the option of a weekend tour or a few Thursday night tours when the big boats are racing with the Cow Bay Cruising Association (aka, Thirsty Thursday). The boat tours are always completely booked on the day the library announces the sign-up date. Thanks to a subcommittee on the NAC, the tour now includes a numbered map with areas of interest. The tour starts at the Town Dock and sails near the shore either going north toward the Sound or south toward Plandome and then over to the Great Neck side of Manhasset Bay. Other tours may go straight out to the Sound. Depending on time and group interest, the water taxi sails out to the Sound and goes east toward Execution Rock or west toward the city, with a view of Steppingstone Lighthouse. This tour is taking readers from the Town Dock north. Passengers will see Sunset Park and the Sousa Bank Shell, named after John Philip Sousa (1854-1932), a local resident and “March King.” Sousa was the composer of many famous military marches that are played to this day. Summer concerts by the bay are held during the summer. During the 17th and 18th centuries, local inhabitants constructed several mills on the shores of Manhasset Bay, reshaping its contour in the process. The Mill Pond, originally Dodge Inlet, was dammed in 1795 by Joseph Cornwell to serve his gristmill. That mill was demolished years ago, but Shore Road is built upon the mill dam. Mill Pond has a tidal exchange that mixes salt water entering the dam’s opening with fresh water gathered from streams and rain. Other dammed streams include Sheets Creek East, Leeds Pond,

A beautiful boat moored in Manhasset Bay, as seen from the NAC boat tour

Baxter Pond and Whitney Pond. If you look really closely as you drive east on Mill Pond Road, you see a large three-story house (now apartments) with a very tiny road perpendicular to Mill Pond Road. The owner of the mill resided in this home and the small cottage-type houses behind were where his workers lived. There is an old postcard that clearly shows the mill owner’s home and the small street adjacent to it. Many of the streets and sidewalks of NYC were built with sand from Port Washington. Sand mining operations from 1875 until 1927 leveled an area that was once described as “hilly and wooded.” Manhasset Isle was originally planned to be a gated community with channel canals similar to the ones found on the south shore. These grand plans were scrapped when the Great Depression hit. Much of Manorhaven was also mined at the same time. A late friend of mine used to summer in Manorhaven. She would describe the beautiful hills of Manorhaven and how, as a child, she would sit on a hill and see Manhasset Bay. The last area mined in the early 1960s was where Mill Pond Acres today. The Bay Walk tour (1.7 miles) takes walkers

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through Sunset Park along the waterfront through Baxter Estates, Port North and Manorhaven. At the start of the Bay Walk is Pellegrino Park, which is named after Thomas J. Pelligrino, former mayor of Port North who served for 34 years, the longest-serving mayor in the state. The park, the former site of Ike Smith, was where the first 12 Star boats, the most successful one-design class in the world, were built (1911). Tourists will see a keel from one of the Star boats, thanks to the late Stretch Ryder, who spearheaded the drive to honor the long history of the Star boat and Port Washington. The Bay Walk is presently under construction, but walkers can still amble part of the way and enjoy the gardens and have a quiet moment to sit and enjoy the view. Depending on the tides, the boat tour will include a ride into Sheets Creek North, which started life as a fresh water stream and was then dammed in 1941 to make a mill pond. Today, Sheet Creek is a far cry from a freshwater stream. More than 600 tons of debris has been removed from the area and there is still much work to be done. Next week, the tour goes south toward Plandome where yacht clubs, the Whitney Boat House and Purdy Boat Company provides us with rich nautical history.

On a recent Thursday evening, a wild thunderstorm in the late afternoon sucked all the wind from Manhasset Bay. Thirsty Thursday boats were waiting for the wind to pick up. Hope springs eternal!

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Kitahara, Natsu Klein, Natasha Klemes, Sophie Knepper, Jordan Knight, Derek Kobayashi, Ayato Kramer, Laila Krantz, Amanda Kraus, Emily Kuta, Carmel Langro, Victoria Lee, Austin Levin, Adi Levine, Jared Levine, Samantha Levy, Cory Littman, Jamie Liu, Brandon Ma, Zifan Maley, Caitlin Mannix, Sarah Maus, Alexander McCarthy, Caroline McCormack, Julia McLoughlin, Molly Medrano, Camila Meth, Ryan Mirasol, Maria Mishan, Chelsea Morrissey, Alexandra Muratore,

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Tenth Grade Alvarez, Karla Andrew, Alexander Babayoff, Stephanie Baldeon Barrera, Emily Barrera, Mike Barry, Patrick Benitez Reyes, Mirian Benson, Rosa Bleifeld, Spencer Bluni, Autumn Bullaro, Antonina Burke, Natalie Burns, Robert Castro, Matias Cohen, Sean Corsitto, Matthew Cotumaccio, Aaron Davis, Ellie Diamond, Jake DiLeo, Kyle Dillon, Matthew DiLucia, Mary DiRuggiero, Danielle Donowitz, Jordan Dover, Arthur Edelblum, Molly Gaidis, Hannah Genzano, Jason Goldblatt, Peri Goldman, Emma Goutevenier, Caitlin Haberman, Jack Hagobian, Michael Hassan, Muhammad Janoff, Harry Jernoske, Aaron Johnston, John Kang, MinSung Kaprowicz, Thomas Kaufman, Dara Kesselman, Tori Kim, Sehjin Kondo, Yu Lam, Kitman Levine, Matthew Livio, Ryan Loffredo, Justin Lui, Sean Manuelian, Talar Matcharashvili, Natia McElroy, Jacob McGee, Kyra McKinney, Connor Mejia, Allison Melgar, Daniel Moschos, George Nachamie, Adam Newby, Kyle O’Sullivan, James Park, Jin Uk Passauer, Gianna Paul, Marlon Pollak, Nicholas Portillo Bonilla, Dayana Quinteros, Anthony Ramirez, Elizabeth Reardon, Kathryn Ressa, Garrett Reyes, Adam

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Honor Roll

Rodriguez, Andrea Rodriguez, Gusmary Rojas, Luis Russo, Steven Salerno, Alissa Salvatierra, Daniel Sandman, Sophie Saravia, Leonardo Schor, Carley Scotto, Valentina Sewani, Palak Shanahan, Conor Slutzky, Connor Stevens, Ryan Sweeney, Taylor Tantillo, Zachary Tardera, Amelia Timothy, Anabel Valenti, Jennifer Vasquez, Alexander Vicente, Henry Walker, Jade Waller, Brooke Wang, Boyang Waxman, Emma Wick, Christie Wilner, Amanda Yamaguchi, Tetta Yanes Vega, Cristopher Yioupis, James

Longmire, William Malatino, Julianna Malcom, Jacob Manasseri, Nicole Marashi Shoushtari, Seyed Amirhosse McCabe, Erin Meagher, Christopher Merriweather, Xavier Mevorah, Mitchell Mollin, Matias Nahas, Michael Narag, Anastacio Reyes, Brandon Rodriguez Fuentes, Diego Sarapata, Gwendolyn Schaffer, Jordan Siegman, Sean Spinazzi, Michael Spinelli, Katherine Stern, Eric Van Cott, Allison Vargas, Stefhanie Weingard, Crew Welsh, Lily Werdath, Diane Williams, Anee Worms, Jenna Zhou, Zilin

Eleventh Grade Altamirano, Christian Alvarez, Jaime Avazis, Brendan Avila-Reyes, Franklin Bellomo, Haley Blicksilver, Zachary Boehm, Zachary Brennan, Diana Bridges, Margaret Brown, Shiana Carillo, Daniela Chain, David Chinchilla, Astrid Chu, Dominick Crawley, Brian Cybriwsky, Casey DeLeonardis, Gianna Denham, Ivy Dieber, Matthew Dillon, Emily Duarte, Tristan Duffy, Jirou Egan, Catherine Gao, Ao Gersh, Daniel Golden, Gina Golder, Arthur Goldstein, Lauren Grauer, Ethan Hanover, Claudia Harding, Kyle Hassanien, Hassan Imberman, Imani Kaller, Jeremy Khin, Allison Kolen, Matthew Lieblein, Justin Lockom, Jeffrey

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RELIGIOUS SERVICES Seasonal changes MUST be submitted NO LATER than mid-June and mid-August (for change to appear in July and September). There will be NO exceptions made.

CHRISTIAN SCIENCE First Church of Christ Scientist

402 Main St. Port Washington, NY 11050 767-0484 Sunday Service 11 a.m. Wednesday Service 7 p.m. Reading Room open Tuesday and Thursday from noon to 3 p.m.

CONGREGATIONAL The Congregational Church of Manhasset (U.C.C.)

1845 Northern Blvd Manhasset, NY 11030 516-627-4911 www.uccmanhasset.org Rev. Jimmy Only, Minister Rev. Lori Burgess, Associate Services: Morning Worship 10 a.m. Sunday School for children and youth 10 a.m. Infant and Toddler Nursery Care available Fellowship time 11 a.m. Also available: Children’s Choir, Handbell Choir, Adult Choir, Weekly Youth Events, Nursery School, Opportunities for Community Service Projects for All Ages, Confirmation Class, Young Adult Group, Pastoral Counseling, Bible Studies, Theology Classes, Women’s Club, Men’s Club, Adventures in Learning Tutorial and Enrichment Programs, AA, NA, OA, OCA, Al Anon Come Join Our Family of Faith

EPISCOPAL St. Stephen’s Church

9 Carlton Ave. /Main St. (across from the library) Port Washington, NY 11050 767-0363

The Rev. Gary J. Parker, Priestin-Charge Mark van Schenkhof, Organist and Music Director Services: Wednesday Healing Service at Noon, Sunday Worship at 8:00am and at 10:00am followed by coffee Consignment Shop: 944-8829 Children’s Programs & Music, Toddler Activities, Youth Program, Sunday School, Adult Bible and Prayer Groups, Adult Choir, Community Activities Free Mom & Baby Supply Exchange All individuals and families welcome. Please visit: www.ststephenspw. org

JEWISH Chevrat Tefillah (Traditional Conservative Judaism) 1 Sintsink Dr. West Port Washington, NY 11050 Steve Greenlick, President (627-2140) Services: Shabbat services at 8:30 a.m. Kiddush following

The Community Synagogue (Reform)

160 Middle Neck Rd. Sands Point, NY 11050 883-3144 Rabbi Irwin A. Zeplowitz Rabbi Danny Burkeman Rabbi Martin S. Rozenberg, Rabbi Emeritus Cantor Claire Franco Friday Night Summer Services - 6:30 p.m. June 24 through September 9 (outdoors, weather permitting) Shabbat morning Torah Study 9 a.m. Shabbat morning services 10:30 a.m. Please visit www.commsyn.org

LEGAL NOTICES LEGAL NOTICE INCORPORATED VILLAGE OF MANORHAVEN PLEASE TAKE NOTICE THAT the Board of Trustees of the Incorporated Village of Manorhaven, at its Annual Organizational Meeting on July 6, 2016, resolved and established a schedule for the regular monthly meetings of the Board of Trustees which shall commence at 7:30 p.m. for the Village Year 2016 2017, and further set the date for the 2017 Village Election,

Port Jewish Center (Reform)

20 Manorhaven Blvd. Port Washington, NY 11050 www.portjewishcenter.org 516-944-7202 info@portjewishcenter.org Rabbi Alysa Mendelson Graf Student Cantor Leah Shafritz Co Presidents Cheryl Littman and Mark Meltzer Shabbat Services Friday at 8 p.m. except Third Friday Family Service at 7:30 p.m. Also available: High Holy Day and all services open to the community,Innovative one-daya-week Religious School, Youth Groups, Preschool Tot Shabbat and parent/child programs, Outreach to Interfaith, Introduction to Judaism, Pastoral Counseling. New members always welcome

Reconstructionist Synagogue of the North Shore

1001 Plandome Rd. Plandome, NY 11030 627-6274 Lee Friedlander, Rabbi Jodie Siff, Rabbi Eric Schumiller, Cantor Services: Friday Shabbat Services 8 p.m. Family Friday Shabbat Services: 7:30 p.m. held first Friday of each month Visit our website: www.rsns.org

Chabad of Port Washington

80 Shore Road, Port Washington Rabbi Shalom M. Paltiel 516-767-8672 www.chabadpw.org info@chabadpw.org Services: Friday Eve: 7 pm Saturday 9:30 am followed by Kiddush luncheon at noon Sunday: 9 am Daily M-F 7 am No charge. All are welcome.

EVANGELICAL LUTHERAN CHURCH IN AMERICA (ELCA) Lutheran Church of Our Savior

12 Franklin Ave. Port Washington, NY 11050 767-0603 Rev. Dr. Charles R. Vogeley Services: Sunday Worship 10 a.m. Tuesday Kids’ Klub 4-5:30 p.m.

GREEK ORTHODOX Archangel Michael Greek Orthodox Church

100 Fairway Drive Port Washington, NY 11050 (516) 944-3180 Temple Beth Israel Email: info@archangel (Conservative Judaism) michaelchurch.org Website: www.archangel Temple Dr. michaelchurch.org Port Washington, NY 11050 Worship Services: Sunday 767-1708 Orthros/Matins: 8:30am followed Rabbi Michael Mishkin by Divine Liturgy, 9:30am Cantor Baruch Blum Church School: Sunday at Services: 9:30am, September-June Friday 6:45 p.m. Fellowship Hour: Sunday, Saturday 9:30 a.m. followed by following the Divine Liturgy in our Kiddush luncheon Sunday 9 a.m. Fellowship Hall Nursery School - Ages 2-4, NY State Licensed Preschool Universal Pre-K includes Mommy & Me, Nursery Religious School - Kindergarten and full-day Preschool Programs, through 7th Grade all open to non-members Hebrew High School Greek Language PORT WASHINGTON - JULY 20, Institute 2016 classes

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ROMAN CATHOLIC Parish of St. Peter of Alcantara

1327 Port Washington Blvd. Port Washington, NY 11050 Rectory: 883-6675; Fax number: 944-7461 Pastor: Rev. Patrick J. Whitney Parochial Vicar: Rev. Pilar Arnulfo Urquilla Sosa Deacon: Mr. Frank G. D’Angelo Deacon: Mr. Joseph Bianco Saturday: Church 5 p.m. Sunday: Church: 7:30 a.m., 9:30 a.m. (Family Mass) and 11:30 a.m. Weekend Masses: Saturday: Church 5 p.m. Sunday: Church: 7:30 a.m., 9 a.m. (Family Mass), 10:30 a.m., 12 noon School Church: 9:30 a.m. (Spanish Mass) Weekday Mass: (Monday – Saturday) 8:30 a.m. Holy Day Masses: To be announced Parish School: 944-3772 Principal: Mr. Robert Windorf Religious Formation Office: 883-5584 Director of Apostolado Hispano: Rev. Pilar Arnulfo Urquilla Sosa 883-6675 Director: Rev. Patrick J. Whitney Parish Social Ministry: 883-0365 Director: Lourdes Taglialatela Adult Faith Formation: 883-2782

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2017 from 6 a.m. to 9 p.m. at Village Hall; and ORGANIZATIONAL MEETING: The Organizational Meeting shall be conducted on Thursday, July 6th, 2017 commencing at 7:00 p.m. BE IT RESOLVED, that the provisions of this Resolution shall take effect immediately. Dated: Manorhaven, New York July 15, 2016

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(Grades pre-K through 8) on Tuesday and Thursday afternoons, and Adult conversational Greek classes offered Youth ministries include HOPE (ages 4-7), JOY (ages 8-12), and GOYA (ages 13-18) Also available: Bible Study, Adult Choir, Youth Choir, Philoptochos Ladies’ Philanthropy and outreach, youth basketball, soccer and volleyball leagues Fellowship Hall and Gymnasium available for Community Use; For information, please contact the Church Office Bi-Monthly “Trumpet” Publication reaches more than 600 families; To advertise, please contact the Church Office

Director: Rev. Patrick J. Whitney Information about Catholicism: 883-6675 Music Ministry: 883-6675 Director: Mr. Robert Bobek Thrift Shop: 883-9277 SCRIP: 944-2513, C.Y.O.: 883-6675

Our Lady of Fatima

6 Cottonwood Road Manorhaven, NY 11050 Rectory: 767-0781 Fax: 767-2981 Website:fatimafocus.org Pastor: Rev. Steven J. Peterson Deacon: Arthur Candido Religious Faith Formation: Sr. Gerri O’Neill 944-8322 Parish Social Ministry: Sr. Kathy Somerville 883-3903 Music Ministry: Helen Mochwart 767-0781 Services: Weekend Masses: Saturday 5 p.m., 7 p.m. (Spanish) Sunday 8 a.m., 10 a.m., 11:30 a.m. Weekday Masses: Monday through Friday 8 a.m. Devotions: Rosary daily after 8 a.m. Mass OL of Fatima Novena: Monday after 8 a.m. Mass

UNITED METHODIST United Methodist Church 35 Middle Neck Rd. Port Washington, NY 11050 883-1430 www.umcpw.org Email: umcpw@verizon.net Rev. Laurel Scott, Pastor Edmund Needham, Music Director Sunday Worship and Church School at 10 a.m. (nursery care provided) followed by Fellowship Hour. Adult, and Children’s Choirs Regularly scheduled Bible study United Methodist Women

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them in responding to this Request for Development Proposals. Dated: Port Washington, New York July 15, 2016 BY ORDER OF THE BOARD OF TRUSTEES VILLAGE OF PORT WASHINGTON NORTH Palma Torrisi, Village Clerk 7-20-2016-1T#155950-PORT LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that a public hearing will be held by the Board of Appeals of the Village of Baxter Estates at the Village Hall, 315 Main Street, Port Washington, New York 11050, on Wednesday, July 27, 2016, at 7:30 p.m., for the following application, and such other matters as may come before the Board: 1. Application of Simon Tong, as owner of the premises at 50 Sandy Hollow Road, Port Washington, New York, in Residence A zoning district, shown on Nassau County Land & Tax Map as Section 5, Block D, Lot 9, for variances from Village Code § 175-16(A), to per-

mit a fence in a front yard on a corner, where fences are prohibited in front yards. At said hearing, all parties in interest will be given an opportunity to be heard. The application and accompanying exhibits may be inspected at the Village Office during normal business hours between 9:00 a.m. and 4:00 p.m. Anyone seeking special accommodation for a disability should contact the Village Clerk at least five days before the hearing. Dated: Port Washington, New York July 13, 2016 By Order of the Board of Appeals of the Village of Baxter Estates Matthew Tedone, Chairman 7-20-2016-1T -#155933-PORT LEGAL NOTICE Notice of formation of 62 Howard Realty LLC. Articles of Organization filed with Secretary of State of N.Y. (SSNY) on 07-07-2016. Office location: Nassau County. SSNY designated as agent of LLC upon whom process

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Senior Art At Dolphin On Thursday, June 9, there was a reception at the Dolphin Bookshop Café celebrating artists and their art for seniors at the Port Washington Senior Citizens Center. It was a beautiful event and many people attended. The senior artists participate in classes on Mondays (with teacher Barbara Silbert) and Wednesdays (with teacher Ed Balcourt) at the Port Washington Senior Citizens Center located at 80 Manorhaven Blvd.

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biologist Eric Powers of Your Connection to Nature. Off The Trail takes a look at local nature in the North Hempstead area, observing everything from bats to foxes to horseshoe crabs. NHTV programming is available by tuning in to Channel 18 or 63 on Cablevision and Channel 46 on Verizon FIOS or by logging on to www.mynhtv. com. The town will be officially presented with its award at the Alliance for Community Media Conference (ACMC) on Aug. 19 in Boston, MA. This is on the heels of the town receiving first place in the Instructional and Training Category PORT WASHINGTON - JULY 6, 2016

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Port Washington, New York in said Village on August 9, 2016 at 7:00 p.m. to hear the against it may be served. application of Manorhaven SSNY shall mail process Boulevard 12, LLC to request to 22 Locust Avenue, Port the following: Washington, NY 11050. Pur1. A variance from section pose: any lawful activity. 155-36 of the Village Code 8-24-17-10-3; 7-27-20in order to erect a roof 2016-6T-#155807-PORT on an accessory structure with a proposed height of 28’ and 1-7/16” where the LEGAL NOTICE maximum roof height perNOTICE IS HEREBY GIVmitted is 15’. EN that, after a public hearing 2. A special use permit to duly held by the Town Board maintain a salt storage shed of the Town of North Hempin zone E-1 of the Village stead, the following ordinance where a salt storage shed was ordered adopted: is not listed as a permitted ORDINANCE NO. use in zone E-1 under secT.O. 18- 2016 tion 155-24 of the Village PORT WASHINGTON, Code. NEW YORK Applicant seeks to mainSection l. All motor or othtain a salt storage shed with er vehicles of any kind shall a pre-fabricated fabric cover comply with the following (roof) on the subject properregulations: ty located at 12 Manorhaven PROPOSAL: Boulevard, Port Washington, ADOPT: NY. The proposed height of 1. MALLON PLACE – the roof is 28’ and 1-7/16”. NORTH SIDE – NO STOPPLEASE TAKE FURTHER PING HERE TO CORNER – NOTICE that any interested From the east curb line of party may appear personally Hillview Avenue, east, for a and be heard. distance of 23 feet. BY ORDER OF BOARD OF 2. MALLON PLACE – ZONING APPEALS SOUTH SIDE – NO STOPINC. VILLAGE OF PING HERE TO CORNER – MANORHAVEN LEGAL NOTICE From the east curb line of Sharon Natalie Abramski, PUBLIC HEARING Hillview Avenue, east, for CMC INC. VILLAGE OF a distance of 20 feet. Village Clerk-Treasurer MANORHAVEN 3. HILLVIEW AVENUE - EAST SIDE – NO STOP- PLEASE TAKE NOTICE Board of Zoning Appeals PING HERE TO CORNER – that the Board of Zoning Ap- DATED: Manorhaven, New York From the south curb line of peals of the Inc. Village of Mallon Place, south, for a Manorhaven will hold a pub- July 18, 2016 7-20-2016-1Tlic hearing in Village Hall, distance of 30 feet. #155978-PORT 4. HILLVIEW AVENUE 33 Manorhaven Boulevard, – EAST SIDE – NO STOPPING HERE TO CORNER – From the north curb line of Mallon Place, north, for a distance of 30 feet. Section 2. All ordinances or regulations heretofore adopted in conflict with this ordinance are hereby repealed. Section 3. PENALTIES: “A violation of this ordinance shall be punishable by a fine not in excess of Thirty ($30.00) Dollars, plus any surcharge payable to other governmental entities.” Section 4. This ordinance shall take effect ten days from the date of its publication and posting pursuant to Section 133 of the Town Law of the State of New York. Section 5. This ordinance shall be incorporated in the Uniform Traffic Code of the Town of North Hempstead. Dated: July 12, 2016 Manhasset, New York BY ORDER OF THE TOWN BOARD OF THE TOWN OF NORTH HEMPSTEAD WAYNE H. WINK, JR. TOWN CLERK 7-20-2016-1T#155882-PORT

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LEGAL NOTICES LEGAL NOTICE PUBLIC HEARING INC. VILLAGE OF MANORHAVEN PLEASE TAKE NOTICE that the Planning Board of the Village of Manorhaven will hold a public hearing on Tuesday, August 2, 2016 at 7:00 p.m. in Village Hall, 33 Manorhaven Boulevard, Port Washington, New York 11050, for the following applications, and such other matters as may come before the Board, to request the following: PB 20/15 - Application of Joseph V. Zukowski, owner of premises known as 11 Manhasset Avenue, Port Washington, New York, known on the Nassau County Land and Tax Map as Section 4, Block 85, Lot 32, for site plan approval. PB 13/16 - Application of Oskar Cibants Custom Homes, owner of premises known as 63 Juniper Road, Port Washington, New York, known on the Nassau County Land and Tax Map as Section 4, Block 41, Lot 145, for site plan approval to raze a one-family dwelling and construct a two-family dwelling. PB 14/16 - Application of Juniper Estate LLC, owner of premises known as 54 Juniper Road, Port Washington, New York, known on the Nassau County Land and Tax Map as Section 4, Block 40, Lot 111, for site plan approval to raze a one-family dwelling and construct a two family dwelling.

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The applications and accompanying exhibits are on file and may be inspected at the Village Office during normal business hours between 8:30 a.m. and 4:00 p.m. If anyone needs specials accommodations for a disability, such person should contact the Village Clerk at least 5 days before the hearing. At said hearing, all parties and interests will be given an opportunity to be heard. Dated: Manorhaven, New York July 18, 2016 BY ORDER OF THE PLANNING BOARD OF THE VILLAGE OF MANORHAVEN SHARON NATALIE ABRAMSKI, CMC VILLAGE CLERK-TREASURER 7-20-2016-1T#155979-PORT LEGAL NOTICE VILLAGE OF MANORHAVEN BOARD OF TRUSTEES PUBLIC NOTICE PLEASE TAKE NOTICE that a public hearing will be held by and before the Board of Trustees of the Incorporated Village of Manorhaven, New York, at the Manorhaven Village Hall located at 33 Manorhaven Boulevard, in Manorhaven on Thursday, July 28, 2016 at 7:00 p.m. to be followed by the regular monthly Board of Trustees

meeting at 7:30 p.m. The Board will hear and consider: Adoption of a local law amending Chapter 147 (Vehicles and Traffic), Article III (Parking, Stopping and Standing), by adding Section 14722.2 to reserve certain parking spaces for use by motorcycles only; amending Section 147-33 (Penalties for offenses) to establish a penalty for noncompliance with Section 147-22.2; amending Section 147-33.1 (Penalties for late payment) to establish a penalty for late payment of a penalty imposed pursuant to Section 147-33; amending Section 147-41 (Stop intersections) to designate as a stop intersection Cambridge Avenue at Cottonwood Road; and adding Section 147-54 to identify certain parking spaces reserved for use by motorcycles only. Copies of the said proposed local law are on file at the office of Village Clerk and may be viewed during the hours of 8:30 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. Monday through Friday. If any individual requires special assistance to attend, please notify the Village Clerk at least 48 hours in advance of the hearing. Dated: Manorhaven, New York July 18, 2016 Sharon Natalie Abramski, CMC Village Clerk/Treasurer 7-20-2016-1T#155980-PORT


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Plandome Cup— Friday, June 17 1st Place—Lori Downey and Deborah Kucharczyk 2nd Place—Doreen Crimmins and Maureen Pollicino 3rd Place—Deidre Denihan and Mary McGorry

Play For PINK—June 28 Chaired by Lis Shibley and Mary McGorry for the second year in a row. They worked tirelessly to ensure a great day for all, while simultaneously raising $20,000 for this cause. 1st Low Gross Deborah Kucharczyk, Mary McGorry, Melissa Driscoll, Elaine McCusker

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