Jul 28, 2014
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Good News: Built for the Long Run

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Good News: Built for the Long Run
Built for the Long Run
Near-death survivors and spitfire preachers may tell you to run toward the light, that illumination leads to redemption.

But when Jordan Gowins was at the bottom of a pool, there was only darkness. It was June 28, 2007 and the 10-year-old boy lay unconscious in the depths a friend’s pool for nearly five minutes before being saved. Read more here.

NY Cosmos Sign Lynbrook Boy to One Day Contract
The New York Cosmos soccer team announced Thursday that 10-year old Zachary Bernstein of the Lynbrook Spartans has agreed to a one-day contract.  Read more here.

Glen Cove Marching Band Takes 4th Place in Columbus Day Parade
In their first appearance in the New York City Columbus Day Parade, the Glen Cove High School Marching Band was awarded 4th place in the Marching Band competition out of 15 participating bands. Read more here.

Garden City Resident to Fight for Charity
Roseanne “Ro-Hammad Ali” Beovich of Garden City, an associate attorney at Genser, Dubow, Genser & Cona, LLP in Melville, is stepping into the boxing ring to fight for charity next month. Read more here.
Related: Syosset Business Owner to Fight for Charity

Dr. Suzanne Viscovich Named a 'Woman of Distinction'
Homestead School principal Dr. Suzanne Viscovich was among several honorees Assemblyman Ed Ra  honored at his 2013 "Women of Distinction" awards ceremony. Read more here.

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