December 10, 2004 RSS feed / Community

‘Breakfast With Santa’ A Hit For Community Council

The 100 Precinct Community Council hosted its annual More...

Bike Club Helps Clean up Far Rockaway Church

Members of the Da Rock AllStarz bike club led other locals in a massive, daylong cleanup of the 146 year- More...

Addabbo: Require Hot Meals For Seniors

Concerned about the Bloomberg administration More...

From The Artists Studio Rockaway Artists Alliance

Music And Art In A Holiday Event

Gallery Happenings: Sunday, December 19 from 1-3 p.m. in sTudio 6 Gallery at the Rockaway Center for the Arts, Fort Tilden. More...

Council Members, Parents Call For School Translations

Council Member Hiram Monserrate joined this week with Council Members David Yassky, Helen Foster, UFT President Randi Weingarten, ACORN Executive Director Bertha Lewis, representatives from Make the Road By Walking, the New York Immigration Coalition More...

Youth Congress Members Sought

Councilman James Sanders, Jr. is now accepting applications for his Youth Congress, which is set to begin in January. More...

KeySpan Energy Urges Carbon Monoxide Safety

KeySpan officials today asked the general public to take some critical steps to prevent Carbon Monoxide (CO) poisoning. More...

Kenny Rogers At Westbury, December 22, 23

The magic of Kenny Rogers More...

Looking Backward

What The Wave Said

20 Years Ago... Congressman Joseph P. Addabbo is urging residents of this area to apply now for work next summer in the Gateway National Recreation Area. More...

O’Neill And Mullaney To Marry

Mr. and Mrs. Francis O More...

Emily Joins The Family

Emily Olivia Bocker was born to parents Donald and Kelly on December 2, 2004 weighing eight pounds and measuring 19 More...

‘Little North Pole’ Opened Saturday with Santa, Music, Stars

The Neponsit home of Joseph and Maritza Mure annually becomes the More...

Pheffer Meets With Regular Democratic Club

Assemblywoman Audrey Pheffer was the guest speaker at a recent meeting for the Regular Democratic Club of the Rockaways. The Consumer Affairs Committee agenda for the 2005 Session was discussed as well as other pressing legislation. More...

Sanders Hosts Owner’s Night At Middle School

Councilman James Sanders, Jr. and the Department of Housing Preservation will host an More...

NTSB Blows Off AA 587 Crash Witnesses With Nearly A Nod

The National Transportation Safety Board (NTSB) has released its final report on the crash of American Airlines Flight 587 into Belle Harbor in late 2001, more than three years after the accident killed all 260 passengers and crew on the plane and fi More...

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...Sponsors Sock Drive Photo

As part of the school More...

...Thanksgiving Service

St. Edmund Prep High School recently celebrated Thanksgiving with a prayer service. The liturgical choir, under the direction of Mr. Malazzo, a Rockaway resident, sung More...

Talent Show At Stella Maris

At the Sixth Annual Stella Maris Talent Show last Friday evening, the vocal renditions topped all other competitions. More...

Meeks Speaks To P.S. 183

Congressman Gregory Meeks visited P.S. 183 last Tuesday evening, to speak with local fathers, grandfathers, and other male role models involved in advancing the education of children at the school. More...

PS 47 Students Use ‘iBooks’ For Reading

First Grade students at P.S.47 love practicing their math skills on their iBooks using the online Yearly Progress Pro program developed by McGraw-Hill. When the students don More...

Sanders Takes On Far Rockaway Housing Controversy

By Miriam Rosenberg Contributing Editor Councilman James Sanders, Jr. More...

FRHS Student Mural Drives Home A Sobering Holiday Message

More than a dozen Far Rockaway High School students from Mrs. Virginia McCauley More...

City Rejects Plan For Carwash/Lube Spot

The city said More...

Rockaway Museum Seeks FRHS Memorabilia

Remember fondly your days at Far Rockaway High School? Or, do you remember the angst of being a teenager and running too often into Phil Teitze? More...

Twelfth Doo Wop Spectacular

The Twelfth Annual Harry G. More...

Tino’s Unisex Celebrates 25 Years

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101 Precinct Honors Salowski, Others

The 101 Precinct Community Council held its Second Annual Fellowship Luncheon on December 2. More...

Exhibit, Art Show Draw Hundreds To Rockaway Museum

Museum Director and Wave Publisher Susan Locke (left), talks with Phyllis Geist, wife of Dick Geist, who owned Playland until 1983. Also pictured is Geist More...

January 1 Deadline For Skateboarder’s Helmets

Governor George E. Pataki announced recently that he has signed legislation into law that will require New Yorkers under the age of 14 who ride skateboards to wear safety helmets. More...

Historical Views of the Rockaways

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Herbert Kamlet Memorial Lecture

Congregation Ohab Zedek will hold its annual Herbert Kamlet Memorial Lecture on December 19 at 7:30 p.m. This year More...

Local Rides To Bring Toys To Tots

The annual motorcycle ride to bring toys to the youngsters at Credemore took place last weekend, and Rockaway resident Larry O More...

Christmas Celebration At American Legion

Santa Claus visited the Daniel O More...

PHC Celebrates 100th With Sophie Greenberg

Sophie Greenberg, a resident of the Peninsula Center for Extended Care and Rehabilitation, celebrated her 100th Birthday on December 4, 2004. More...

Morgan weds Freer

Eddie Morgan of Roxbury, son of Jane Morgan, grandson of James and Margaret Morgan of Breezy Point married Kelly Freer of Roxbury, daughter of Shelly and Donna Sanft of Brooklyn on November 5, at St. Thomas More Church in Breezy Point. More...

Pres. Honors For Marsh Restorers

A group of nearly 60 people involved in the effort to protect and restore the marshes in Jamaica Bay received presidential honors last week at a ceremony held at Floyd Bennett Field. More...

Conservatory Unveils First Performance

The Peninsula Performing Arts Conservatory (PCAC) was recently established to bring children from the peninsula together to share their musical talents in Fort Tilden. More...

Rotary Menorah Lighting Ceremony

Like some biblical miracle, the rain stopped for a short time on Tuesday evening, allowing the Rockaway Rotary Club to hold its annual Menorah Lighting Ceremony at Beach 116 Street and Rockaway Beach Boulevard. More...

Book Fair At St. Francis De Sales

Saint Francis de Sales School recently had its annual book fair. Scholastic Book Publishers visited the school bringing a range of books for students in Kindergarten to eighth grade. More...

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...Fire Safety Week

The first grade children of Class 1-1 of St. Francis de Sales were recently visited by Lieutenant Michael Sturgis of the FDNY as part of Fire Safety Week. More...

St. Rose Of Lima School News

First grade teacher Lisa Mahoney is pictured posing with her class around the boxes of items the class is sending to her brother, John, station in Iraq. More...

Halloween Carnival At St. Francis De Sales

Each year, the Student Council organizes games and activities for the first grade children. Older students take groups of five or six first graders around the schoolyard to the games made by Student Council members. Pictured in the front row at the More...

PS 43 Offers Many Fall Activities

So many different things are going inside PS/MS 43 this fall.. Grade 7 recently went on a class trip with their art teach33er Joanna Ellis, to the Queens Museum of Art at Flushing Meadows. They viewed the incredible scale model Panorama of N.Y.C. More...

Stella Maris Principal’s List

Geri Martinez, Principal of Stella Maris, is pictured with the students on the Principal More...

Theater Party For Malcolm Smith Reelection

The Committee to Re-elect Senator Malcolm Smith held its 4th Annual Theatre Party at Black Spectrum Theatre for the last performance of the acclaimed play, More...


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