Seaford Students Are Prepared To Save Lives
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by Levittown Tribune Staff
3y ago
Seaford’s Secondary Summer Experience program kicked off with a life-saving lesson on Aug. 3 at the high school. The first of eight workshops, for students entering grades 7-12, was a CPR/AED training course. Seaford’s first Secondary Summer Experience workshop, for students entering grades 7-12, was a CPR and AED training course at the high school on Aug. 3. (Photos courtesy of the Seaford School District) High school physical education teacher and district athletic trainer Michael Spreckels began the workshop by teaching 18 students what to do in case of an emergency and how to perform hands ..read more
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A Sort Of Olympic Homecoming: Silver medalist Andrew Capobianco returns to his Long Island roots
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by Dave Gil de Rubio
3y ago
By Dave Gil de Rubio dgilderubio@antonmediagroup.com A little over a week after Andrew Capobianco and partner Michael Hixon took silver in the finals of the men’s synchronized 3m springboard at the Tokyo Olympics, Capobianco was accorded a hero’s welcome at the Hicksville Athletic Center. Mineola-born and a Wantagh resident until his family moved to the South when he was 14, the red-haired Olympian’s Long Island roots run deep despite having graduated from Holly Springs High in North Carolina. As he stepped out of an SUV that came at the tail-end of a Nassau County Police Department (NCPD) esc ..read more
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New Business Comes To Levittown
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by Levittown Tribune Staff
3y ago
The Levittown Chamber welcomes Artie Verdi and his staff at the grand opening/ribbon cutting of Levittown Pretzel, located at 154 Center Ln. (Photo courtesy of the Levittown Chamber of Commerce ..read more
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General Grabs Gold In Portugal
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by Levittown Tribune Staff
3y ago
MacArthur High School incoming senior Giavanna Stematelo recently won gold while representing Team USA in Portugal at the Lisboa Lacrosse Cup, an international lacrosse tournament held in Lisbon, Portugal, for clubs, teams and universities from all over the world. MacArthur High School incoming senior Giavanna Stematelo won gold while representing Team USA in Portugal at the Lisboa Lacrosse Cup in late June. (Photo courtesy of Levittown Public Schools) Stematelo, goaltender for Levittown’s MacArthur girls lacrosse team, represented the U.S.A. through her participation in the Student Athlete Wo ..read more
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CADCA’s 20th Annual Mid-Year Training Institute
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by Levittown Tribune Staff
3y ago
Representatives from the Levittown Community Action Coalition (LCAC) virtually joined thousands of substance use and misuse prevention specialists and community coalition advocates for CADCA’s recent (Community Anti-Drug Coalitions of America’s) 20th Annual Mid-Year Training Institute. LCAC is a Drug Free Communities grant recipient, which enabled it to send four students to CADCA this year. Youth coalition members participated in sessions that encouraged them to think critically about their roles as leaders in social change. Youth participants left the course with substance use and misuse pre ..read more
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I Was Shot—Twice!
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by Levittown Tribune Staff
3y ago
Before I share my adventures with the COVID-19 vaccine, as a public service let me recommend the practice of cutting the straps on masks before discarding them. Birds and other wildlife are getting caught in disposed masks and we can save the life of animals by this one simple step. Speaking of saving lives, the COVID-19 vaccine has so much promise as we strive to get past this horrid pandemic. Over a recent four-week period, I did funerals for four more people who died from the virus—none of them had been vaccinated and there are now four more families who have an aching hole in their hearts ..read more
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No Clowning Around When It Comes To Helping Feed Levittown
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by Dave Gil de Rubio
3y ago
For three-plus decades, Carol Klein has given back to the world as children’s entertainer MisMatch, a professional clown specializing in balloon animals, magic and making kids of all ages smile. Along the way, the Levittown native decided to make giving back to her community a priority, which started with her and son Garrett (aka YooHoo the Magical Entertainer) initially teaming up with Gary Crozier of the Levittown Kiwanis Club in 2007. The collaboration started when the Kleins were doing balloon and magic workshops for the Girl Scouts. Carol “MisMatch” Klein and her son Garrett “YooHoo the M ..read more
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Summit Lane Student Uses Birthday To Fund Raise For Animal Shelter
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by Dave Gil de Rubio
3y ago
When Skylar Lynch turned seven on April 3, it was an equally joyous celebration for Last Hope Animal Rescue. The Levittown animal lover made it clear to her mother Ilene that rather than receive gifts, she wanted to raise money for Last Hope instead. For the month leading up to her daughter’s birthday, Ilene got the word out on Facebook to numerous community organizations including the Levittown Moms Group that Skylar was collecting donations for the Wantagh-based nonprofit. The end result was that Skylar and her 9-year-old brother Luke raised $355 along with donating an SUV full of pet suppli ..read more
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Division Avenue Senior Earns Girl Scout Gold Award
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by Dave Gil de Rubio
3y ago
Media is a passion for Division Avenue High School senior Nicolette Kenney. So much so that it was the basis and inspiration for the Girl Scout Gold Award she recently earned. The highest achievement a Girl Scout can receive, the Gold Award goes to Scouts who tackle issues they are passionate about and then works towards enacting a change in their community and beyond. For the Levittown native, it’s about ensuring future women are better represented in the male-dominated media industry. A Girl Scout since first grade, Kenney didn’t realize the gender imbalance until she enrolled in a sports jo ..read more
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No Clowning Around When It Comes To Helping Feed Levittown
Levittown Tribune » Levittown News
by Dave Gil de Rubio
3y ago
For three-plus decades, Carol Klein has given back to the world as children’s entertainer MisMatch, a professional clown specializing in balloon animals, magic and making kids of all ages smile. Along the way, the Levittown native decided to make giving back to her community a priority, which started with her and son Garrett (aka YooHoo the Magical Entertainer) initially teaming up with Gary Crozier of the Levittown Kiwanis Club in 2007. The collaboration started when the Kleins were doing balloon and magic workshops for the Girl Scouts. Carol “MisMatch” Klein and her son Garrett “YooHoo the M ..read more
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