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This Saturday, June 1, is the Annual Freeport Nautical Festival! Weather permitting, the one-day festival will take place from 10 a.m.-6 p.m. on “the famous” Nautical Mile. Woodcleft Avenue business owners have been working endless hours, preparing for the “kick-off” of the 2013 summer season. This day promises to be a fun-filled event for the entire family with entertainment, vendors, carnival rides and games set up along the street. Freeport’s Mayor Robert Kennedy along with village trustees and guests will officiate the festival’s traditional “Ribbon Cutting Ceremony” at 10 a.m.
at the top of the Mile. You’re invited to join the village as it celebrates “The strength of Freeport” at this much loved annual community event! Once again village officials would like to make residents aware of the traffic restrictions that will take place from 10 a.m.-8 p.m. on this day:
Street closures: Woodcleft Avenue, between Front Street and Manhattan Street South Ocean Avenue from Atlantic Avenue south to Manhattan Street; Front Street between Miller and Guy Lombardo Avenues
Ray Street between Guy Lombardo and Miller Avenues Cedar Street between Guy Lombardo and Miller Avenues Adams Street between Woodcleft and Miller Avenues Hamilton Street between Woodcleft and Miller Avenues Suffolk Street between Woodcleft and Miller Avenues Carmen Street, between Guy Lombardo and South Ocean Avenues
Parking restrictions: Guy Lombardo Avenue, no west side parking from Cedar Street to the foot of
Guy Lombardo Avenue;
Flow of traffic: One way traffic only, eastbound on Manhattan Street between Miller and Woodcleft Avenue One way traffic only, southbound on Woodcleft Avenue, south of Manhattan Street to Richmond Street One way traffic only, westbound on Richmond Street, west to Miller Avenue One way traffic only, northbound on Miller Avenue to Manhattan Street
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Passports On Saturday, June 1, 11 a.m. to 2 p.m., a representative of the Town of Hempstead Mobile Passport Unit will be available to answer all questions relating to obtaining passports.
Look Listen and Learn: A video experience
On Tuesday, June 4 at 1 p.m., William Coble will present the final episode of Mr. Lincoln: The Life of Abraham Lincoln: Lincoln’s Triumph, The President’s Sword, The Dream of Lincoln. The next series will be Great Masters: Haydn – His Life and Music. This is a biographical and musical study of Franz Joseph Haydn (1732-1809), one of the most original and influential composers
of all time. He penned over a thousand works during his 50-year career. June 18, Introduction and Early Life, the Lean Years; June 25, Haydn’s Marriage and Esterhazy, 1761-79. Esterhazy Continued—Sturm und Drang, Haydn in Love.
Alternate careers for teachers
On Wednesday, June 5, 6:30 to 8:30 p.m., columnist for L.I. Business News, Karen McKenna offers a workshop, a must for teachers who are looking to expand their career options beyond the traditional classroom setting. This interactive workshop introduces sources to explore alternative career paths that take advantage of teachers’ existing skills and experience. Please
preregister for this program at the Reference Desk.
LIAC Juried Photography Show Sponsored by the Long Island Arts Council at Freeport, this premier show is regularly reviewed by Newsday and the New York Times. It will be on display from June 2 to 26. All are welcome to meet the exhibiting photographers at the June 6 awards reception from 7 to 8:30 p.m. (See page 3.)
Public speaking workshop On Tuesdays, Part 1, June 4; Part 2, June 11, 6:30 to 8:30 p.m., Lauren Capo, back by popular demand, will help you overcome the most prevalent fear, that of public speaking. Come to this two-
part workshop to learn effective techniques to boost your self-confidence and make you a better speaker. Please preregister for this program at the Reference Desk.
Freeport Community Chorale
On Tuesday, June 4, at 7 p.m., Maestro Gerry Kirby will conduct the Freeport Community Chorale in a medley of popular tunes. The chorale has a rich and varied background of musical experience developed during the 50plus years since its founding. The current group, drawing members with diverse backgrounds from all of Long Island, is dedicated to continuing the chorale’s tradition of bringing highcaliber performance to its audiences.
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The Incorporated Village of Freeport and the Freeport Community Development Agency (CDA) have announced that funding has been restored to the Summer Youth Employment Program after a unanimous vote at last Thursday’s CDA Board meeting. The Summer Youth Employment Program, which was de-funded under the previous administration, gives underprivileged youth the opportunity to work part time in government over their summer vacations. The program presents young people the opportunity to make an income over the summer while gaining experience in a possible career path for their futures. “Both the Village of Freeport and the Freeport CDA recognized the importance of what this program means to the youth of our community,” said Freeport Mayor Robert T. Kennedy. “We are proud that we were able to work together quickly and efficiently to restore funding to the program just in time for the summer.” The Summer Youth Employment Program will give approximately 20
young adults from low-income families the unique opportunity to work parttime in government over their summer vacations. The program aims to give Freeport youth a chance to explore a possible future career path in government that they may not have thought to explore otherwise. The program was previously defunded in a controversial decision. Funding in the amount of $20,000 has been immediately restored to the program to allow it to be up and running for the summer of 2014. “Restoring funding to the Summer Youth Employment Program came as an easy decision to us,” said Dewey Smalls, Freeport CDA Board of Directors member. “We believe that every young person in our community should have opportunities to learn and grow. This program gives our youth opportunities to thrive in a valuable way.” For more information on the Summer Youth Employment Program and how to apply visit www.freeportny.com or call 377-2200.
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a private auto to a local hospital for treatment of his injury. The robbers are all between the ages of 18-20 wearing hooded sweatshirts. Detectives request anyone with information regarding the above crime to contact Nassau County Crime Stoppers at 1-800244-TIPS. All callers will remain anonymous. uuu The Second Squad reports the arrest of a Freeport man for Sexual Abuse which occurred on Tuesday, May 28, at 4 p.m. in Woodbury. According to detectives, on Tuesday, May 21 at 3:45 p.m. the owner of Dun Rite Upholstery, Alfred Balcerak, 54, of North Long Beach Avenue, approached a male employee in his twenties, pulled down his pants and grabbed his genitals. The victim turned away and exited the warehouse on Jericho Turnpike in Syosset. Mr. Balcerak is a Level 3 Registered Sex Offender designated a Predicate Sex Offender. On Tuesday, May 28, at 4 p.m. the suspect turned himself in at the Second Precinct in Woodbury without incident. Mr. Balcerak is charged with Sexual Abuse.
The First Squad is investigating a Robbery that occurred on Thursday May 23, at 3:50 a..m.. in Freeport. According to detectives, a 35-year-old man was in a 2001 Mercedes Benz stopped at a traffic light southbound on North Long Beach Avenue at West Seaman Avenue. Three men approached his vehicle armed with handguns. They pulled the victim from the vehicle as two more men approached, one armed with a shotgun, the other with a handgun. The victim was struck in the head with a gun, causing a cut. The robbers removed the victim’s personal possessions from his pockets and placed him in the trunk. After driving around for a short time, the robbers bound the victim’s hands and feet with black duct tape and placed tape over his mouth. They removed him from the trunk and left him in the rear yard of a home on Jefferson Avenue in Lakeview. The victim was able to get free and walked to a friend’s home. He was taken in
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The Long Island Arts Council at Freeport has announced the winners of its 33rd Annual Juried Photography Show, co-sponsored by Astoria Federal Savings. The show will be on exhibit at the Freeport Memorial Library, 144 West Merrick Road, from June 1-27. This year’s juror, Jeff Harris, selected 36 photographs from 312 submissions. Learn more about Jeff at www.jeffharrisphoto.com and jeffharrisphoto.tumblr.com. An Awards Reception will be held on Thursday, June 6, from 7-8:30 p.m. Music will be performed by Steel Impressions. The public is invited to view the exhibit and meet the photographers. There is no fee to attend. Below is a list of exhibitors, the title of their accepted photograph, and their hometown. For further information,
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Lightning struck twice They say, “Lightning never strikes twice in the same place.” And we assume the same will be true for tornados. That is why it is especially shocking that the tornado that struck Moore, Oklahoma, last week followed closely the path of a previous one. It is sad that children in a supposedly safe place, in school, were killed, and that there were no safe rooms there. The Salvation Army is organizing mobile kitchens capable of serving 2,500 people a day and sending them into the hardest-hit areas in central Oklahoma. You can make a $10 donation using your phone by texting STORM to 80888. The American Red Cross has set up shelters in communities across the plains. You can make a $10 donation using your phone by texting REDCROSS to 90999. Meanwhile, here on the South Shore of Long Island many of our neighbors are still literally digging out from superstorm Sandy. Many had recently rebuilt after Hurricane Irene. As the Red Cross readies for another hurricane season, we are reminded to each do what we can to prepare. Have you taken a CPR course in the last few years? Do you have a family evacuation plan and evacuation kit? If not, now is the time to get prepared. You probably know what is needed, but just need to get it together. If not, visit the Red Cross website. Be ready, now.
INTERNATIONAL DAY: Giblyn School in Freeport hosted its annual International Day luncheon at the school. Town of Hempstead Councilwoman Dorothy Goosby praised the students and faculty who contributed to the terrific event. Students read poetry, sang and created a delicious international buffet. From left are Vilma Lancaster, vice-president of the school board, Trustee Anthony J. Miller, Dr. Kishore Kuncham, Superintendent of Schools; Councilwoman Goosby, Dr. Mary Bediako, Assistant Superintendent for Personnel and Special Projects; Amanda Muldowney, Principal and students Miguel Payamps, Destiny Martin, Jafari Jones and Gladis Yanes.
FOOD NETWORK’S chef Guy Fieri came to BJ’s in Freepor t to sign copies of his new book “Diners, DriveIns, Dives: The Funky Finds in Flavor town.” Henr y Rivera and his wife Claudia, and children Allyson, Erick and Sofia, joined Guy for a photo after getting their books signed. Mr. Rivera is the executive chef at Guy Fieri’s American Kitchen and Bar on 44th Street, Manhattan. Leader photo by Patricia McKay
NWCA meets The Northwest Civic Association will be meeting on Saturday, June 8, at 10 a.m. at the Freeport Memorial Library.
“Broadway Bound” Lantern Theatre will present its final show for 2012-2013, Starting June 1, “Broadway Bound” by Neil Simon, a play described by Newsday as “a lovely play; warm, perceptive, and gently humorous.” Performances will be Saturday evenings, June 1 and 15, at 8 p.m.; Sunday matinees at 1:30 p.m. on June 2, 9, 16, 23 and 30 and Tuesday, June 11, at 7:30 p.m. at Congregation B’Nai Israel, 91 North Bayview Avenue, Freeport. Admission is $18; seniors and students $16 on Saturdays only. For reservations and group sales call 221-4485.
Tedd Levy to be honored Tedd Levy, who was the executive director for Freeport Pride, Inc., retired last month after 39 years of interrupted service.
The youth services and substance abuse agency will honor Mr. Levy’s service to the Long Island community on Thursday, June 6, at its Inaugural Awards Ceremony and Banquet. The event will take place at the Long Island Marriott Hotel and Conference Center, 101 James Doolittle Blvd, Uniondale, 6-10 p.m. In addition to honoring Mr. Levy, Freeport Pride, Inc., the Freeport School District, and local and state political leaders will celebrate the accomplishments of students who participate in Freeport Pride’s drug-free prevention program. For more information contact Derrick Dingle at 378-1111 or email@example.com
Chamber golf outing The Freeport Chamber of Commerce will hold its 15th Annual Golf Classic on Monday, August 19, at the Lawrence Yacht and Country Club in Lawrence. The chamber will be honoring Les Endo Sr. of Endo Electric.
Please contact the chamber office at 223-8840 for any further information. Golden Tone Orchestra On Wednesday, June 5, The Golden Tone Orchestra will be performing at The Freeport Recreation Center 130 East Merrick Road, Freeport. The performance/ dance is open to the public at no charge. This monthly performance (first Wednesday of each month) is made possible by the Village of Freeport and the Freeport Recreation Center and by the generous Astoria donations from Federal Savings Bank, The Merrick Bagel Cafe and Love and Quiches. The performance starts promptly at 10 a.m. and ends at noon. Coffee and cake are served. For further information call 377-2314. If you like music from “The Golden Era of Jazz,” as well as show tunes, come listen, dance, and enjoy a morning of great music and nostalgia.
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Three new Baldwin businesses held their grand openings on Saturday, May 18, with ribbon cutting ceremonies sponsored by the Baldwin Chamber of Commerce. Co-President Erik Mahler and Secretary Debbie Pugliese represented the Baldwin Chamber of Commerce during Saturday’s events. Town of Hempstead Councilmember Anthony J. Santino and representatives from the offices of Nassau County Executive Edward P. Mangano and Legislator Joseph Scannell also came to the openings to give congratulations to the new business owners.
Maria Cristina Beauty Salon Maria Cristina Beauty Salon is owned by Freeport resident Maria Cristina. According to Ms. Cristina, the slogan for her new business is “Let us take care of your beauty until you feel stress-free.” Maria Cristina Beauty Salon services such as hair coloring, waxing, and facials. At the grand opening, the beauty salon had flyers for free haircuts as a part of a promotional event. The mission of the beauty salon is “provide a high quality of efficiency and the best beauty services to the community.” Ms. Cristina explained that she aims to create a “unique, sophisticated, pleasant, friendly, and elegant place where each customer will feel like home.” In the beauty salon, customers can drink free coffee or tea and try their luck at a miniature slot machine to win a free hair service. Maria Cristina Beauty Salon is located at 838 Merrick Road.
Byou’tique Byoutique is a boutique for women’s clothing and accessories owned by former Baldwin resident Joanne Wood. She told the Leader that what sets her boutique apart is the work that she sells merchandise from independent designers: “They have no basis to showcase their concepts. They need a place to put out their designs.” Byou’tique opened for business back in November of 2012 despite difficulties caused by superstorm Sandy. Although Ms. Wood lives in New York City, she told the Leader that she chose to open a boutique in Baldwin because two of her children attend Baldwin Middle School and a third graduated from Baldwin High School. After the ribbon cutting, Byou’tique hosted a get-together for local business owners from 3 to 6 p.m. This meeting featured a fashion show, gift bags, raffles, and cocktails. Ms. Wood said of her business, “Byou’tique is about being
“stepped up to the plate” and took over the family business. “This is a family-run, in-home service. We help you lay out the design and take you through the steps,” said Mr. Beers. Beers Designs allows customers to see kitchen and bath displays in its
4,000-square-foot showroom, which is updated to feature a wide variety of styles and materials. Since Beers Designs has been in business, it has helped many local families rebuild their kitchens and bathrooms after the devastation of superstorm Sandy. Beers Designs is at 980 Church Street.
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Beers Designs Beers Designs is a business specializing in kitchen and bath cabinetry owned by Baldwin resident Max Beers. Although Beers Designs is a new business, the Beers family has been serving Baldwin with its construction expertise for two generations. Melissa Ragonesi, the owner’s stepsister, told The Leader that Wally Beers taught his son Max about kitchens and bathroom construction. When Wally Beers died on December 22, Max Beers
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Cecilia R. Gibson, a resident of Freeport since 1956, turned 100 on her birthday, May 25. She married Austin T. Gibson on May 24, 1941. Her hobbies include gardening and reading, especially mysteries. She belonged to the Freeport Garden Club, Our Holy Redeemer Church Choir, and is a 55-year member of the Catholic Daughters of the Americas. She resides in Park Avenue Extended Care in Long Beach, which gave her a
fabulous party at which she received a proclamation from New York State Senator Dean Skelos’ office and a citation from state Assemblyman Harvey Weisenberg. He family celebrated with her at the Milleridge Inn and CDA Court Stella Maris of Our Holy Redeemer will celebrate on June 13.
In the shadow of a disappointing outcome, the Baldwin School District will hold two board meetings this week open to the public to review the district's options after last week's failed district budget. The district received a 55.8% majority but fell short of the 60 percent necessary to pass the $121.5 million budget. The two meetings, tonight, May 30, at 7:30 p.m. in the district office gymnasium and Friday, May 31, at 7:30 p.m. in the Baldwin High School auditorium, will discuss the revote on June 18 and new budget numbers that must be adopted for it to pass. “School districts have the option to put the same budget or a different increase. If the vote does not pass the second time, school districts by law must adopt a contingency budget, which means a 0% increase,” said Cristina Schmohl, Baldwin School District
spokeswoman. In the case of a contingency budget, the school has to function on the same amount of taxes collected from last year’s school budget of $119.4 million. This would mean a decrease in the school district’s budget and $9 million in cuts, resulting in layoffs of teaching positions as well as a reduction in athletic, art, and music programs. “Baldwin residents with children attending the Baldwin schools range between 30 and 35%,” said Dr. James Mapes, superintendent of schools. This shows 65-70 % of the residents do not have children. “Clearly, the majority of Baldwin residents place a high value on giving students a high quality, comprehensive education. In this case, however, the minority wins according to the rules of the New York legislature,” he said. Edward Cullen, assistant superintendent for business, declined to comment on why the budget failed.
Police reports come from law enforcement agencies. Suspects are presumed innocent unless and until convicted in court. Nassau police are investigating a Robbery that occurred in Freeport on Friday, May 24, at 3:54 p.m. According to detectives, a 38-yearold man was riding his bicycle on South Ocean Avenue at Rose Street when he was approached by seven unknown men. The men pushed the victim off his bicycle and repeatedly struck him about the face, head, neck and arms. As the victim was being punched and kicked, one of the men reached into his pocket and removed his cell phone. All of the robbers then fled the scene in an unknown direction. The victim was transported to a local hospital where he was treated for non-life-threatening injuries. There is no further description of the subjects. Detectives request anyone with information regarding this crime to contact Nassau County Crime Stoppers at 1-800244-TIPS. All callers will remain anonymous. uuu Nassau police arrested a Freeport man for an attempted murder that occurred on May 24 at noon in Freeport. According to detectives, Rolando Dubon, 31, of Front Street, was involved in a verbal dispute with his 34year-old girlfriend at his residence. The situation escalated and he stabbed the victim in her chest with a steak knife, police reported. After leaving her boyfriend’s house in a taxi and arriving at her mother’s house in Roosevelt, the victim realized she had been stabbed and was transported to an area hospital where she underwent emergency surgery for treatment of a punctured colon and a punctured diaphragm. On May 26, at 4:45 p.m., the suspect was located in Brentwood and was placed under arrest without incident. He is charged with Attempted Murder.
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Long Island comedian Rob Barlett, Don Imus’s funnyman sidekick for over 21 years on the “Imus In The Morning” radio program and Broadway actor, will return to the Bellmore Movies-ShowPlace on Saturday, June 22, at 8 p.m. to pick up where he left off in December, when he last appeared at the ShowPlace. Doors open at 7 p.m. Mr. Bartlett started his standup career in the Long Island comedy clubs, including the Brokerage Cabaret in Bellmore, but began acting and singing on Broadway in 1998. Last year he began his comedic comback at the Bellmore Movies – though he still keeps his day job as Imus’s sidekick. Of Broadway – in which he appeared in “Chicago” – he says he loved the camaraderie of the casts he worked with, marching in the Thanksgiving Day parades and doing other public events that helped promote the shows he has been in. Now back in standup, he says he practices new routines regularly and may offer a few surprises for the Bellmore Movies show. “It’s always good to come back home,” he told this newspaper recently. “It’s an intimate theater, and it will
require some new routines.” But he makes clear he will still showcase his older characters and routines. Tickets are on sale now at the Bellmore Movies box office by calling 783-3199 or visiting 222 Pettit Avenue, Bellmore. Or you can visit the website NYEntertainmentClub.com or call 785-4234. ©©©
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storm Sandy.” A record-breaking 17 Junior Fire Marshal Awards were presented to Bayview students who scored 100 percent on a quiz that was based on fire safety materials reviewed in class. Freeport Fire Department Executive Director Raymond Maguire and exCaptain Edward L. Friedman were joined by Dr. Kuncham, Board of Education President Debra Mulé and Bayview Principal Odette Wills to present the certificates. The program was coordinated by school social worker Cindy Misrock. A total of 320 Freeport residents volunteer for the local fire battalion.
Third-grade students at Bayview Avenue School in the Freeport School District honored the volunteers who comprise the Freeport Fire Department at the eighth annual International Firefighters Luncheon held at the school. The ceremonial luncheon included student presentations such as fire safety songs, original poetry and dancing. “We thank you and salute you for everything that you do for the Freeport community,” said Superintendent of Schools Dr. Kishore Kuncham in his address to the volunteers. “We salute your bravery, your heroism and your commitment, especially after super-
“DON’T PLAY WITH MATCHES” was just one of the fire safety lessons touched upon at the eighth annual International Firefighters Luncheon held at Bayview Avenue School in Freeport.
FREEPORT SCHOOLS SUPERINTENDENT Dr. Kishore Kuncham is joined by school administration, Freeport firefighters and students at the eighth annual International Firefighters Luncheon.
Gun Control Theatre at First Presbyterian The First Presbyterian Church of Freeport is participating in Gun Control Theatre Action Week 2013 – a week of national and international performances and readings from the anthology “24 Gun Control Plays,” organized by NoPassport Theatre Alliance & Press and The Vicious Circle. These readings are intended to raise awareness and discourse around the immediate need to pass common-sense gun control legislation. Featuring plays by such wellrespected authors as Neil LaBute, Caridad Svich, Winter Miller, Lynn Manning, Oliver Mayer, Saviana Stanescu and many others, the series of plays will be performed by professional and amateur theatre companies, individual artists, churches and local civic organizations during the week of May 27-June 2. Gun Control Theatre Action Week launched on Memorial Day in honor of those tragically lost to mass violence, including those lost at Sandy Hook Elementary School. Theatre artists from around the world are invited to participate in Gun Control Theatre Action Week 2013. The First Presbyterian Church of Freeport is hosting one of these Theatre Action evenings on Saturday, June 1, at 7:30 p.m. in the sanctuary. A community discussion will be led by Pastor Eddie Jusino following the readings of the plays. There is no limitation on the location, size, or scale of the reading, and
productions are taking place as far away as Sydney, Australia. Tickets to all performances and readings during this Gun Control Theatre Action Week are free of charge. More information, including performance dates, times and locations as well as a complete list of the plays and playwright bios can be found at www.theatreaction.org. NoPassport theatre alliance and press in collaboration with force/collision and Theater J curated, commissioned and presented an evening of short works in support of gun control on January 26 at University’s Gonda Georgetown Theatre in Washington D.C. This “gun control theatre action” coincided with Molly Smith and Suzanne Blue Star Boy’s citizen-artistinstigated March on Washington for Gun Control. The subsequent book, “24 Gun Control Plays,” edited by Caridad Svich and Zac Kline, was published by NoPassport on February 22, the first National Day of Action for Gun Control of the New Year. The performance works in this collection were, except where noted, written expressly for this Gun Control Theatre Action through direct commission or submitted via an open call. Since that time Gun Control Theatre actions featuring readings from 24 gun control plays have taken place in Pennsylvania, New York, Minneapolis and Seattle.
A photography exhibit by Diana Carlo will be at the Baldwin library in June. Diana Carlo was born in Brooklyn in 1954 and is a current resident of Baldwin Harbor for 17 years. She works at Long Island University, Brooklyn campus, as a full-time financial aid counselor where she earned her BFA with honors. She is a member of the Alpha Chi society and received the Excellence in Art award. With a passion for photography and the arts Diana plans to continue working on her photo art at retirement. Works have been shown as a one person and group exhibitions in local cafes, the Jacob Javits Center, the Kennedy Plaza Center, CW
Post, and Long Island University. Diana’s artwork is a result of the fastpaced, multitasking world we live in where time is spent more on work, responsibilities and the nuances of everyday life. Diana finds when she looks through the lens of her camera it’s as if time stands still and just for that moment she can be an inquisitive, bigeyed adventurer. uuu Baldwin resident Lynn David Nathanson will be exhibiting some of her “Gems of the Sea,” worldwide sea and land shells from her lifelong collection, on display in the Atrium during the months of June and July.
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MEMORIAL DAY IN FREEPORT: Clockwise from top left, Mayor Robert Kennedy addresses the audience, grand marshals ride in the parade, Freeport firefighters salute, SPLASH float is featured, color guard on the march, veterans in a Jeep, firemen on the march, Uncle Sam stands tall, young Freeporters sing. In the center, Freeport High School drill team marches, Freeport athletes honor the fallen and wreaths were placed at the Freeport Memorial Library. photos by Jim Golding