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2017 Pride In Port SCHEDULE OF EVENTS The Annual Hall of Fame Ceremony and Breakfast Schreiber High School, 9 a.m. 2017 Inductees Steven Butcher (Class of 1982) Charles Hoffman (1982) Brandon Kurz (1998) Lindsay Levin (2003) Richard Marra (1956)

Senior Citizens’ Luncheon Schreiber High School cafeteria, 12:30 p.m.

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PRIDE IN PORT COMMITTEE Barbara Faticone and Fred Pollack, Chairpeople Richard Acevedo, CSEA Mary Balaban, Schreiber High School Jim Cowles Nancy Cowles Mariann Dalimonte Councilwoman Dina De Giorgio Karen DeLillo Dep. Chief Bob Del Muro, Port Washington Police Lucy Effron Brad Fitzgerald, Schreiber High School Debbie Greco Cohen, Greco Integrated Communications Dolores Holliday, PW Senior Citizens Center Pat Houran, PW Senior Community Service Center Stephanie Joannon, Schreiber High School Carl Lalena, Kiwanis Mat Lanfant, Sousa and Weber Schools Hal Linden Marie Marcellino, Mainly Marketing/PW Calendar Pam McDonough Beth Michalson Fiore Vivian Moy Bobbie Polay, Chamber of Commerce Jerry Rudnick, Kiwanis Chris Shannon, Councilwoman De Giorgio’s Office Stafanie Teff Monte Vane, CSEA Sgt. Bill Zwerlein, Port Washington Police

A HEARTY ‘THANK YOU’ TO ALL We would like to acknowledge and thank the following groups and individuals who make this special day possible. Athletics Hall of Fame Committee Hall of Fame Breakfast Committee: Barbara Faticone, Sue Marra, Dick Marra, Alice O’Leary, Lee Foehrenbach Pride-in-Port Committee for their generous donation Dave Albury and the Schreiber High School custodial staff Alex Mejia and the grounds crew Schreiber Print Shop: Kelly Jambor, Phil Macedonio

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Congratulations to all the inductees! Stephanie Joannon, Director of Health, Physical Education & Athletics The Port Washington Union Free School District Board of Education President Karen Sloan Vice President Nora Johnson Emily Beys, Rachel Gilliar Lawrence Greenstein, Dave Kerpen and Elizabeth Weisburd Superintendent of Schools Dr. Kathleen Mooney Mary Callahan, assistant superintendent for business Elaine Fenick, human resources administration Dr. Wafa Westervelt, assistant superintendent for curriculm, instruction and assessment

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This year’s parade grand marshals are Carl Lalena and Selwyn “Jerry” Rudnick. Lalena is a former New York City detective and World War II Navy veteran and at nearly 91 years young, he has more energy than most people 20 years his junior. Lalena gives tirelessly to those in need, cooking and baking at home, preparing meals for the sick and disabled members of Our Lady of Fatima Parish. He accompanies challenged teenagers to the Ronald McDonald House where he teaches them how to bake muffins and prepare baked ziti for the families staying there with seriously ill children, while also traveling to the Rosemary Kennedy Center in Bellmore every month to teach a class how to make pizza or cookies. To these grateful students, he’s known as “Uncle Carl.” Often he does all of these things in one day—and with a smile and a sense of humor. He serves on several boards and is an incredible cook. Lalena is devoted to the Kiwanis Club of Manhasset/Port Washington

Grand Marshals Carl Lalena and Selwyn ”Jerry” Rudnick and has held many positions within the organization. “For a 91-year-old senior, I am honored and proud to have been selected,” said Lalena, whose brother

John is proud of his big brother being named grand marshal. For more than 50 years, Rudnick has devoted himself to the community by serving on several boards.

He is dedicated to the Kiwanis Club, holding every position, and last year was recognized internationally for his talent at cultivating new membership. He was an Air Force captain and after the war became a stockbroker, eventually retiring from Merrill Lynch. Rudnick is a dynamo who is involved with the VFW, Kiwanis, Universalist Unitarian Church at Shelter Rock, the Port Washington Chamber of Commerce and the Port Washington Senior Center, just to name a few. His ability to sign up volunteers is legendary in the Kiwanis community and has earned that title internationally as well. Honorees for the Pride in Port dinner dance are the Kiwanis Club of Manhasset and Port Washington. Kiwanis’ mission is to serve the needs of children through camp Kiwanis, scholarships, pediatric trauma kits and so much more. The Schreiber and Manhasset High School Key Clubs are the junior ambassador clubs that are supported by Kiwanis International. A portion of the profits from the evening’s event will be used to award college scholarships for students.

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A Celebration Of Pride In Port BY DEBBIE GRECO

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The 29th annual Pride in Port celebration will take place from 11:30 a.m. until 11:30 p.m. on Saturday, Sept. 16. The day’s events begin with the annual Hall of Fame ceremony and breakfast, which will begin at 9 a.m. in Schreiber High School’s cafeteria. Each year, Schreiber alumni who excelled in one or more sport are honored. This year’s inductees are Steven Butcher (Class of 1982), Charles Hoffman (1982), Brandon Kurz (1998), Lindsay Levin (2003) and Richard Marra (1956). The parade, which begins at 11:30 a.m., demonstrates tremendous community pride through participation by nearly every Port school and many local organizations. The parade starts at Main Street near Belleview Avenue and ends on Campus Drive. This year’s Grand Marshals are Carl Lalena and Jerry Rudnick, both of whom devote countless hours each year helping with many different organizations and events. Soon after the parade ends on Campus Drive, Family Fun Day begins

Representatives of Pride in Port committee and sponsors at Landmark Park. Front row, from left: Weber HSA’s Mat Lanfant, Committee Co-Chair Fred Pollack, County Legislator Delia DeRiggi-Whitton, Town Councilwoman Dina De Giorgio, Town Supervisor Judi Bosworth, Committee Co-Chair Barbara Faticone, Karen DeLillo and Mariann Dalimonte Back row, from left: Rob Ziegelbaum, Parade Grand Marshal Jerry Rudnick, Pam McDonough, Chamber of Commerce Executive Director Bobbie Polay, Leon Jankowski and Daniel Gale Sotheby’s International Realty’s Bonnie Doran at 12:30 p.m. with a number of exciting activities. A luncheon honoring all senior citizens will be held in the Schreiber High School cafeteria starting at 12:30 p.m.

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After lunch, the homecoming football game is set at 1:30 p.m. At halftime, there will be the official inductee ceremony into the Hall of Fame and more. At 7:30 p.m., the annual dinner dance kicks off at the Polish-American Hall at 16 Belleview Ave. The Kiwanis Club of Manhasset-Port Washington has been selected as the 2018 Community Honorees. The organization’s members are being recognized for their exceptional devotion to Pride in Port and the

entire community. Dozens of local restaurants generously donate food for the cocktail hour and dinner. Entertainment features performances by Encore, and there will be dozens of raffle prizes. Tickets can be purchased in advance for $35 per person at the Chamber of Commerce building, 329 Main St., or by calling 516-661-5360 or 516-883-6693. The event often sells out, but if there are still seats available, tickets can be purchased at the door for $40 per person.

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The Pride in Port committee wishes to thank all of the sponsors for their generosity. Their donations help offset costs of the day’s events so more college scholarships can be awarded to graduating seniors at the end of the 2017-18 school year. Special thanks to Diamond Angel sponsors The Peter & Jeri Dejana Family Foundation and the Town of North Hempstead for their extensive and continuous generous support over the years. Golden Angel sponsor is Precision Work. Angel sponsors are Anton Community Newspapers and Pierce Coach Lines. Benefactor sponsors are Blank Slate Media, Daniel Gale Sotheby’s International Realty, S.F. Falconer’s Florist, The Greater Port Washington Business Improvement District and The Zimbardi Family. Patron sponsors are Baker Air, Town Supervisor Judi Bosworth, New York State Assemblyman Anthony

D’Urso, Austin F. Knowles, Inc. Funeral Home, Maura Brothers and the Port Washington Fire Department. Friends are Anthony’s World of Floors, Nassau County Legislator Delia DeRiggi-Whitton, Delux Transportation, Lion’s Club of Port Washington, PolishAmerican Cultural Association, Port Washington Police Benevolent Association, Roslyn Savings Bank–a Division of NYCB and Wright Music. Supporters are Jim and Nancy Cowles, Craft Beer Cellar, Kenneth S. Magida, Esq., Parent Resource Center, Port Washington Knights of Columbus and Columbiettes, Order Sons of Italy in America John M. Marino No. 1389, Sullivan’s Quay and Zelik Ziegelbaum. Contributors are Crazy Cakes. Visit the Pride in Port group Facebook page or call 516-883-6566 for more information.


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Members of the Sons of Italy Lodge enjoy the senior luncheon with friends

Pride in Port’s Senior Citizen Luncheon will take place again this year at the Schreiber High School cafeteria on Saturday, Sept. 16, at 12:30 p.m. The luncheon will be served by student volunteers from Schreiber High School. Activities will include a DJ and a dance performance. This free luncheon is sponsored by Daniel Gale Sotheby’s International Realty, S.F. Falconer’s Florist and Peter & Jeri Dejana Family Foundation. The Schreiber cafeteria is fully accessible from the entrance just north of the main entrance. Bus transportation is available to and from the luncheon. The bus will leave the Manorhaven Senior Center at 10:30 a.m., stop at the bus stop at Landmark on Main Street at 10:45 a.m. and arrive at the Long Island Rail Road station at 11 a.m., where there will be special seating for viewing the Pride in Port parade. When the parade ends, the bus will go to Schreiber cafeteria for the luncheon. Afterwards, the bus will take the seniors back to the railroad, Landmark and the senior center. In the event of inclement weather, call 516-883-6656 for a revised bus schedule directly to Schreiber High School.

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From left: Pride in Port (PIP) Co-Chair Fred Pollack, Christopher Pietrantonio, Jacob Marshall, David Ferguson, PIP Co-Chair Barbara Faticone and Melissa Signorini

Pride In Port Scholarships And Awards During Schreiber High School’s awards ceremony last spring, several graduating seniors also received Pride in Port awards and a scholarship. Each year, the Pride in Port scholarship committee selects graduating seniors who have demonstrated a high level of “Pride in Port.”

The Barbara Faticone Pride in Port Scholarship is given to a senior who best demonstrates the qualities of the Pride in Port committee’s beloved co-chair, Barbara Faticone. A lifelong resident of Port Washington, Faticone’s community involvement spans dozens of organizations. This scholarship recognizes a student’s activities that show commitment in Port Washington. Based on her dedication to the community,

Melissa Signorini was chosen as the recipient of the 2017 Scholarship. “I am always so overwhelmed by the incredible things the students have already achieved before graduating from high school,” said Faticone. “Melissa has done so much for our community. We’re very proud of her.” Pride in Port Community Service Awards are given to high school seniors who have made a significant

contribution to one or more Pride in Port activity, such as the pep rally, parade, etc. The 2017 Community Service Award recipients were David Ferguson, Jacob Marshall and Christopher Pietrantonio. The Pride in Port committee extends thanks and appreciation to these students for their exceptional dedication to the Port Washington community and wishes them much good fortune throughout their lives.

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Schreiber Athletics 2017 Hall Of Fame Inductees Richard Marra Class Of 1956

Richard (Dick) Marra was a three-sport athlete at Schreiber in football, basketball and baseball. He was among the exceptional athletes on these outstanding teams in the mid 1950s. During those years, there were freshman, junior varsity and varsity teams. Marra started on the freshman teams, or JV, in his sports before moving on to a successful varsity career. He was a point guard on the basketball team and earned the Coaches Award. He played offensive center and defensive linebacker on the football team. It was on the baseball field that he excelled. He was a three-year varsity player and batted over .400 in each of those years. He anchored the defense at the catcher’s position and was key to the success of the team, as they captured the 1955 North Shore Champion Team. Marra was awarded the MVP senior year and the LI Press North Shore Award in baseball. He was also class president. Upon graduation, Marra continued to play baseball at Union University. He came back to Port and practiced pharmacy in the community for 40 years, most notably at Hunold’s Pharmacy. The Marra family is fourth-generation Port Washington and Schreiber High School. His dad, Joe, was a captain of the 1928 basketball team and his daughter, Jennifer, a two-year captain in 1985 and 1986. He is married to Susan Gaita, also Class of 1956, and has three children: Richard, Linda Murphy and Jennifer Cronin, a member of the Hall of Fame, who recently passed away. We congratulate Dick Marra as he joins the Schreiber Athletics Hall of Fame.

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Steven Butcher was a decorated and outstanding gymnast. In the early 1980s, the Schreiber gymnastic program was among the elite programs in Nassau County. The three years Butcher was a member of the team, it was undefeated. Two of the three years the team was runner-up in the county tournament before winning the county championship in his senior year. For all three years on the team, Butcher was an individual-medal winner, and in his senior year, a double-medal winner. He was a specialist in pommel horse and vault. He qualified for the State Championship as an individual qualifier in the vault. He finished in the top eight in the state, but sustained a neck injury that ended his career and precluded him from accepting college scholarship offers to Syracuse and Temple. Instead, Butcher went to San Diego State and became an NCAA judge while a student. This jump started his illustrious career in international gymnastics. His passion for gymnastics never wavered as he coached girls gymnastics in San Diego and was named Coach of the Year, and was the Men’s Gymnastics Junior National Team Coach. He continues today as an international-level judge of gymnastics and has judged in the Pan Am Games, World Championships, Olympic Trials and Olympics. Butcher has been an Olympic judge in the past three Olympics: Beijing 2008, London 2012 and Rio 2016. Butcher is currently living in Lausanne, Switzerland, with his wife of 11 years, Kathy. They have a son, Brady, age 4. We congratulate Steven Butcher on his induction into the Schreiber Athletics Hall of Fame.


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INDUCTEES from page C11

Charles Hoffman Class Of 1982

Charles Hoffman was an outstanding runner in cross country, indoor and spring track and field. He was a nine-letter athlete and was named MVP for cross country and All County in spring track and field his senior year. Hoffman was a versatile runner as he was fast enough to run the 440-yard run on the mile relay, while also maintaining the strength and endurance to run all of the middle- and long-distance races. On the track and field teams he ran the half-mile, mile, two-mile, mile relay and twomile relays outdoors. He added the 600 in the indoor season. Hoffman placed and medaled in the division, conference and county meets and was selected captain of the indoor and spring track teams in his senior year. It was in the senior year the team was undefeated. Upon graduation from Schreiber, Hoffman continued running at Muehlenberg College. He ran for two years at the collegiate level on the cross country, indoor and spring track and field. Hoffman is an oral and maxillofacial surgeon who practices in Glen Cove and the Bronx. He is married for 27 years to Daria Hoffman. They have two children, Lauren, 22, who is at Yeshiva University studying for her master’s in social work, and Samantha, 19, a junior at Hofstra. We congratulate Charles Hoffman on his induction into the Schreiber Athletics Hall of Fame.

Brandon Kurz Class Of 1998

Brandon Kurz was an outstanding football and baseball player at Schreiber. On the football team, he played quarterback and strong safety. He was named captain of the team senior year and earned the Costello Award as the most outstanding football player of the season. His outstanding play earned him the All County Honorable Mention Award from the coaches in Nassau County. On the baseball field, Kurz was a stellar pitcher and played shortstop on the non-pitching days. He was named captain his senior year and was awarded the Charles Hoins Award as the most outstanding baseball player and was named to the All County Team. Kurz moved on to be a successful pitcher on the collegiate level playing for NYIT. He finished fourth in the All Independent Conference for pitchers and was the recipient of the Harold J. Hirschfield Award. Kurz went on to play professional baseball in Milan, Italy. He is presently the director of the Port Washington Youth Activities (PYA) and runs the sports programs in grades K-8. He was the founder and owner/operator of the Long Island Whalers Baseball from 2006-15. Kurz is married to Jaclyn Marino Kurz and are proud parents of newborn Gracie Elizabeth. He is the proud son of Donald and Jeanne Kurz. We congratulate Brandon Kurz on his induction into the Schreiber Athletics Hall of Fame.

Lindsay Levin Class Of 2003

Lindsay Levin is one of Schreiber’s most prolific athletes. She was a three-sport athlete in field hockey, basketball and lacrosse. Her accomplishments in field hockey and lacrosse were outstanding. She culminated her four-year career on the field hockey team by being a captain of the Nassau County Champions and was named three-time All County and two-time All State, as well as a Newsday All Long Island team selection. Her exceptional speed made her a worthy opponent and her stick work was the envy of other teams. She earned the Ellen Herman Award as MVP of the field hockey team. In lacrosse, she played for four years and made an immediate impact from her freshman year. She helped lead her team to a County Championship in 2000. She was named an All-State player in her sophomore and junior years and a Newsday All Long Island selection. Her outstanding play culminated with a U.S. Lacrosse All American selection and a U.S. Lacrosse Academic All American selection. She was invited to tryout for the U.S. National Team. Levin went on to play lacrosse at Yale University, where she played for four years and was selected the sole captain senior year. She was named Second Team All Ivy and earned All Academic honors. She was an instrumental player in helping Yale get to the NCAA tournament. Levin is currently working in California for Google as a senior content strategist on Android. She was married in 2015 to David Chaput and lives in the Bay Area while enjoying life in northern California. Congratulations to Lindsay Levin on her induction into the Schreiber Athletics Hall of Fame.

The Origins Of Pride In Port Making a dream reality, the first Pride in Port was conceived in 1989 under the careful guidance of Robert A. Bartels and Roy Smitheimer who were the chairmen of the first Pride in Port Committee. The group included Phillip L. Cross, Regina Fainaccio, Joseph Guarino, Jason Kesselman, Joseph Marro, Andrea Martone, Carmine Matina, Thomas Mohrman, Rom Romeo, Warren Schein, Frank, Scobbo, Frank Tomeo and Peter Zwerlein. The grand marshal was Vincent Balletta.

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Paul D. Schreiber High School Athletic Hall Of Fame Inductees Joseph Augustino ‘36 * John Ballantyne ‘65 David Beck ‘69 Kevin Beck ‘70 Debbie Ann Beckford ‘79 Randy Beil ‘79 Barbara Belanich ‘50 Anthony Bellomo ‘88 James Beslity ‘71 Ashley Birch ‘96 Brian Birch ‘93 Dan Biro ‘48 * Joan Biscaro ‘55 Service Max Blank ‘66 Corey Bodner ‘97 Lauren Bracchi ‘98 Christin (Bracken) Archer ‘97 Caitlin (Bracken) Gould ‘01 Lisa Bradley ‘83 Thomas Brown ‘75 Timothy Browne ‘92 John Broza, Service * Robert Busby, Service Steven Butcher ‘82 Sarah Caban ‘95 Jon Camera ‘90 Robert Caprariello ‘80 Donald Carmichael ‘35 * Noel Certain ‘57 MaryBeth Chester ‘85 Barry Cohen ‘76 David Cohen ‘98 Richard Cornell ‘49 Bart Cosolito ‘50 James Cosolito ‘72 Leo Costello, Service * William Cronin ‘70 Dr. Stan Cutler ‘51 Vinnie Marie D’Agostino ‘50 RoseMarie (D’Agostino) Van DerKar ‘49 James Dalimonte, Jr. ‘84 Ron Daniel ‘59 Neni (Davis) Lewis ‘78 Arnold Dickerson, Service* Alan Joseph Dinn ‘19 * Susan (Dorn) Barth ‘56 Jeffrey K. Dumpson ‘82 Nicole Dumpson ‘00 William “Myrt” Dumpson ‘47 Carole (Dunnells) Miller ‘51 Thomas Eletto ‘90 Charles Evanosky ‘29 John Fasano ‘47 Joseph Fasano ‘50 Jon Fitzgerald ‘75 Leonore Foehrenbach, Service Nathaniel Francis ‘00 Alison (Fraser) Heisler ‘85 Marcel Freeman ‘78 Mavis Freeman ‘36 * Kathy (Gallagher) Doughty ‘71 Michael Gallagher ‘89 Margaret (Garofalo) Tomic ‘99

2016 Hall of Fame Inductees

Barbara(Grant) Copp ‘24 * Janet(Kobe)Graseck ‘49 William Greet ‘26 Susan Hall ‘54 Jason Ham ‘00 Deborah (Henderson) Feil ‘93 Lindsay (Hicks) Reeves ‘75 Todd Higgins ‘91 Elizabeth (Hausman) Holdstein ‘74 Charles Hoffman ‘82 Joan Hohenrath ‘49 Jennifer Honen ‘82 Paul Hursh ‘49 Ryland Hyghue ‘77 Ernest H. Jackson ‘54 * Ann W. James ‘55 Dr. Frank Jenkins ‘30 Albert Jessen ‘46 Andy Jessen ‘41 William “Billy”Johnson ‘66 Nate Jordan ‘67 David Kahn ‘98 Christopher J. Kane ‘68 Charles A. Karazia ‘33 Elizabeth Kelly ‘82 Kelly Kilcrease ‘82 Christine Kubin ‘92 Brandon Kurz ‘98 Jennifer Langton ‘93 Lindsay Levin ‘03 Michael Levine ‘75 Jack Leyden ‘29 Mary Helen (Lipton) Hill ‘52 Edwin “Lem” Lovejoy ‘28 *

Joseph Lynch ‘76 Michael Madura ‘79 Bruce MacDonald, Service “Doc” Mace, Service * Erin (Maguire) Alley ‘85 Stan Makover, Service Nina (Mandel) Atkinson ‘99 Jennifer Marra ‘86 Joseph Marra ‘49 Richard Marra ‘56 Torr Marro ‘89 Michael McCargo ‘87 Charles “Chet” McDonough ‘47 * Diane McLoughlin ‘87 Robert Mesch ‘44 Margaret Mamet Schaulis-Zion‘57 Kevin Meyran ‘97 Barry Milhaven ‘85 Loraine “Dusty” Miller ‘22 Ellen (Minkow) Metelka ‘73 Pamela (Monfort) McDonough ‘74 Susanne (Murray) Masi ‘83 Aldo Muratore ‘50 * James Murchie ‘75 Scott Nagell ‘75 Rita (Natale)Corte ‘47 Dr. William Navin, Supporter Elizabeth (Nicholson) Delan ‘51 Michael Nuzzolese ‘78 Todd Okun ‘67 Timothy O’Leary ‘75 William Thomas Owens ‘79 Mark Pasquali ‘77 Ray Patten ‘36 Mariquita (Patterson) Gordon ‘81

Dominic Pedone ‘78 Lynn (Porter) Schnepper ‘60 Peter Prudente ‘38 Michael Ragusa, Jr. ‘75 Dr. Ames D. Ressa, Jr. ‘72 Harold Rogers ‘61 Thomas Romeo, Service Linda (Rose) Hickey ‘83 Anne (Ross) Fairbanks ‘41 Anthony Saccone ‘95 Erin Salisbury ‘81 Laney Salisbury ‘84 Anthony Schettino, Jr. ‘90 G. Carl Seeber, Service * Roger N. Sexauer II ‘76 Beth (Shackel) Scott ‘95 Kristina (Shackel) Wood ‘94 Christine Shea ‘78 Karen (Skinner) Reid ‘83 Paul “Strap” Smith ‘30 Raymond L. Smith ‘30 Stan Smith ‘37 * Henry Stanziale ‘93 Thomas Stanziale ‘88 Lisa (Stern) Lax ‘82 Nancy (Stern) Winters ‘82 Sandy Stoddard ‘65 Dr. Joseph M. Teta ‘30 Elsie Imperial Tobin ‘48 Brian Tomeo ‘90 Joseph Vascellaro, Service Dr. Vija (Vuskalns) Rubans ‘57 Nora (Maguire) White ‘88 Alice (Wallace) O’Leary ‘50 Sarah (Walsh) Kenyon ‘02 Alfred Whitney, Service Dr. Edward Wing ‘63 Roger Winter, Service Sergeant W. Wise ‘41 Wolfgang”Wolfie” Woischke ‘66 Cathy Wood ‘84 Lawrence Zaccherio, Jr. ‘67 Marilyn (Zahn) Veritzan ‘85 Charles W. Zahn ‘51 * Michael Zirpolo, Service Lewis “Lou” Zwirlein ‘48 *deceased


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Village Club of Sands Point 2018 Promotion: Join a Full Golf Membership Now at 2017 Prices for 2018 (15 Months for the Price of 12) Includes 18-hole golf course, 12 tennis courts, 3 platform tennis courts, baseball and softball fields, Olympic-sized swimming pool with a view of the bay, baseball court, elegant mansion dining rooms, plus casual dining at the Grille.

No initiation fee or assessments. Dues must be paid in full upfront. For more information call 516-944-7400 or email memberaccounts@villageclub.org

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1 Thayer Lane, Sands Point, NY 11050 www.villageclub.org


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PRIDE IN PORT

2017 SPONSORS The Pride in Port committee wishes to thank all of the sponsors for their generosity. Their donations help offset costs of the day’s events so more college scholarships can be awarded to graduating seniors at the end of the 2017-18 school year. Special thanks to Diamond Angel sponsors The Peter & Jeri Dejana Family Foundation and the Town of North Hempstead for their extensive and continuous generous support over the years.

DIAMOND ANGEL

The Peter & Jeri Dejana Family Foundation The Town of North Hempstead

GOLDEN ANGEL Precision Work

ANGEL Anton Media Group Pierce Coach Lines

BENEFACTOR

Blank Slate Media Daniel Gale Sotheby’s International Realty The Greater Port Washington Business Improvement District The Zimbardi Family

PATRON

NASSAU KNOLLS CEMETERY & MEMORIAL PARK Lovely & Quaint Grounds Open Daily • Open to All Faiths Headstone, Flat Marker & Cremation Grave Sites and New Mausoleum Payment Options Available for Pre-Need

500 Port Washington Boulevard Port Washington 944-8530

Est. 1900

Baker Air Town of North Hempstead Supervisor Judi Bosworth New York State Assemblyman Anthony D’Urso S.F. Falconer’s Florist Austin F. Knowles, Inc. Funeral Home Maura Brothers Port Washington Fire Department

FRIENDS

Anthony’s World of Floors Nassau County Legislator Delia DeRiggi-Whitton Delux Transportation Lion’s Club of Port Washington Polish-American Cultural Association PW Police Benevolent Association Roslyn Savings Bank—a Division of NYCB Wright Music

SUPPORTERS

Jim and Nancy Cowles Craft Beer Cellar PW Knights of Columbus and Columbiettes 1227 Kenneth S. Magida, Esq. Parent Resource Center Order Sons of Italy in America John M. Marino No. 1389 Sullivan’s Quay Zelik Ziegelbaum

SUPPORTERS WE ACCEPT

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Delux Transportation Celebrates Pride in Port!

ALL AIRPORTS CORPORATE PRIVATE SPECIAL OCCASIONS WINE & CITY TOURS

SEDANS LUXURY SUVs STRETCH LIMOUSINES VANS BUSES

NEIL DEGRASSE TYSON IN ADVENTURES IN SCIENCE LITERACY SEPTEMBER 14

Global Transportation Solutions “One Call Does It All”

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516.883.1900 800.232.3358 reservations@deluxtransportation.com www.deluxtransportation.com

RAMSEY LEWIS & JOHN PIZZARELLI STRAIGHTEN UP AND FLY RIGHT: THE NAT KING COLE TRIBUTE SEPTEMBER 15 FALL 2017 SCHEDULE

CLASSES BEGIN MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 11, 2017 CLASSES BEGIN MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 11, 2017 Wednesday

Thursday

Flip Flop 3,4 years 10:30-11:20

Flip Flop 3,4 years 10:30-11:20

Flip Flop 3,4 years 11:30-12:20 Flip Flop 3,4,5 years 12:30–1:20

Friday

Flip Flop 3,4 years 11:30–12:20 Flip Flop 3,4,5 years 12:30–1:20

Flip Flop 3,4,5 years 12:30–1:20

Flip Flop 3,4,5 years 12:30-1:20

Tumblin’ Tots 3 years 1:30–2:20

Flip Flop 3,4,5 years 1:15–2:05

Tumblin’ Tots 3 years 1:30-2:20

Flip Flop 3,4,5 years 1:30–2:20

Flip Flop 3,4,5 years 1:30–2:20

Flip Flop 3,4,5 years 2:45–3:35

Flip Flop 3-4 years 2:30–3:20

Flip Flop 3,4,5 years 2:30–3:20

Flip Flop 4-5 years 2:30–3:20

Flip Flop 3,4,5 years 2:30–3:20

Flip Flop 4-5 years 3:45-4:35

Girls Instructional 6,7,8 years 4:45–6:15

Girls Instructional 10+ years 6:30–8:00

Flip Flop 4-5 years 3:45 - 4:35

Flip Flop 4-5 years 4:00-4:50

Girls Instructional 6,7,8 years 3:45-5:15

Girls Instructional 6,7,8 years 3:45-5:15

Girls Instructional 6+ years 5:00-6:30

Girls Instructional 8+ years 5:30-7:00

Girls Instructional 8+ years 5:30-7:00

Saturday

Sun

Flip Flop 3,4,5 years 10:00-10:50

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Girls Instructional 6+ years 11:00-12:30

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Girls Instructional 6,7,8 years 4:45-6:15

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Boys Instructional 6+ years 4:45-6:15 Birthday Party 5:00-6:30

Girls Instructional 8+ years 6:30-8:00

Tillescenter.org or ticketmaster.com | 516.299.3100 (M-Sat) 1-6PM. LIU POST. 720 NORTHERN BLVD. BROOKVILLE, NY 11548

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*2 make-ups allowed per semester

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2017-18 SEASON SPONSOR

516.767.7600

Holidays: 9/21, 9/22, 9/30, 10/9, 10/31, 11/7, 11/10, 11/22-11/26, 12/24/17-1/1/18, 1/15/18

102 Harbor Road • Port Washington, NY 11050 www.northshoregymnasticsli.com • northshoregymnasticsli@gmail.com

RADIO PARTNER

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The 2017-18 Presenting program receives funding from the New York State Council on the Arts with the support of Governor Andrew M. Cuomo and the New York State Legislature.


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KIWANIS SELECTED 2017 Pride in Port Community Honoree The Kiwanis Club of Manhasset-Port Washington conducts many events throughout the year to benefit the communities of Manhasset, Port Washington and beyond. Also, many residents are not aware that high school Key Clubs are managed by Kiwanis, at the local, national and international level. Many members of Kiwanis are also very involved with helping to ensure the annual Pride in Port celebration is successful year after year. For these reasons and Kiwanis members Carl Lalena, more, the Pride in Jerry Rudnick and North Port committee Division Lt. Governor Kathy unanimously Levinson nominated The Kiwanis Club of Manhasset-Port Washington as the 2017 Pride in Port Community Honoree. The tireless devotion demonstrated by all of the Club’s members is remarkable and truly embodies the spirit of Pride in Port. “The Kiwanis Club of Manhasset-Port Washington is truly grateful and humbled to be

Manhasset Port Washington Kiwanis Club Pancake Breakfast at Schreiber High School recognized as this year’s Pride in Port Community Honoree,” Kiwanis Manhasset-Port Washington President Jeff Stone said. “Our mission is to help the children within our communities and to support groups of Port in providing an enhanced quality of living for our beloved town.” Kiwanis International, which includes Kiwanis,

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• Differentiated instruction model • Small Class Size • Upgraded Technology & STEAM program • Spanish for Grades 1-8 • Competitive enrichment programs • Community service-focused culture • Tuition discounts and scholarships available • After school care options

Call to Join Shadow Day on 9/22!

Key Club, Circle K and other groups, has 600,000 members in more than 80 countries. The organization hosts almost 150,000 service projects each year. For information about the Manhasset-Port Washington chapter, call 516-650-1959 or visit Kiwanis International of Manhasset and Port Washington on Facebook.


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Sands Point, NY SoHo comes to Sands Point in this loft-like, 5-bedroom home, masterfully rebuilt in 2015 using the finest materials, 21st century technology and the talents of one of Long Island’s top designers. Master suite is truly a sanctuary, with spa-like bathroom, enormous walk-in closets and an adjacent gym. Captains of industry will feel right at home in the state-of-the-art office. Kitchen is a chef’s dream, leading out to dining room, living room and great room that beg to be entertained in. Salt water pool beckons from the screened-in porch beyond. Realtors call this “flow.” Owners call this paradise, with specimen trees that anchor new plants, shrubs and sod — all fed by a new sprinkler system and set off by new stonework that reflects the art of master masons. Enjoy yourself from the moment you move in. SD #4. MLS# 2968954. $4,100,000.

Yvonne J. (Bonnie) Doran Associate Real Estate Broker Gold Circle of Excellence Manhasset Office 364 Plandome Rd., Manhasset, NY 516.627.4440 ext.222, c.516.729.5663 bonniedoran@danielgale.com

danielgale.com

Each office is independently owned and operated. We are pledged to provide equal opportunity for housing to any prospective customer or client, without regard to race, color, religion, sex, handicap, familial status or national origin.

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The Wait is Over...

New Listings By Beth Catrone Port Washington, NY This sleek and stylish 4-bedroom, 2.5-bath Colonial in the Soundview neighborhood is a turn-key, open concept home that has been completely renovated with the finest attention to detail and finishings. Upon entering you are greeted with the most sophisticated kitchen that has a large center quartz island, custom white cabinetry and stainless steel appliances, beautiful white Italian Carrera herringbone marble backsplash and large open area with dual fireplace that open to a large family room. The living room has large picture windows and is cable and HDMI ready with all new LED high hats and opens to the formal dining room. The master bedroom suite is luxury at its finest with cathedral ceilings, large walk-in closet, and oversized master bath with custom tile and LED-illuminated mirror. 3 additional generous size bedrooms and renovated bath complete the 2nd floor. Guggenheim Elementary SD #4. $1,198,000.

Port Washington, NY

Port Washington, NY

This lovely turn-key storybook 3-bedroom, 1.5-bath, renovated Colonial is in the heart of Park Section on lovely upper block location. Beautiful hardwood floors and elegant moldings are abundant throughout this classic home. This 1928 beauty features sun-filled rooms, living room with wood burning fireplace and elegant formal dining room. Upgrades include: new gas heating system, upgraded 200-amp electric, new kitchen with granite countertops and stainless steel appliances. Close to town and schools. SD #4. $779,000.

Newly renovated 3-bedroom, 2 full bath, front porch Colonial with open floor concept conveniently located close to LIRR and town. Family room with the option to be a master on the mail level. Gleaming hardwood floors, new windows, updated electric, new roof, renovated kitchen with quartz countertops, stainless steel appliances. Additional 3-car garage with finished bonus loft space. SD #4. $759,000.

Beth Catrone Real Estate Salesperson Gold Circle of Excellence Port Washington Office 350 Main St., Port Washington, NY 516.883.2900 ext.152 c.516.647.1729 bethcatrone@danielgale.com

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Each office is independently owned and operated. We are pledged to provide equal opportunity for housing to any prospective customer or client, without regard to race, color, religion, sex, handicap, familial status or national origin.

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