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Friday, July 17, 2009

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Speak Out

For many decades after the end of World War II, we would receive the annual invitation to the yearly reunion of “That old gang of mine.” Comment.
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Big Screecher

Who could forget that magnificent “Singing in the Rain” number by Gene Kelly from the musical of the same name? Comment.
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Faithful honor pastor’s 65−year career

A crusading clergyman who “left his mark of love” on a legion of worshippers and a string of parishes, was feted with platinum words, distinguished awards and a sumptuous banquet dinner when the community hailed the pastor emeritus of Most Precious Blood Church, Rev. Vincent Termine, for 65 years of service to the faithful. Comment.
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Michael J. Ferraro Service Awards

The long arm of the law embraced elementary school graduates when the 62nd Precinct Community Council presented an awards night in Bath Beach to hail the academic successes of local students. Comment.
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Buddy can you spare a job: BK unemployment rises

After several months of stagnation, Brooklyn’s unemployment rate is again on the rise, according to recent New York State Department of Labor (DOL) statistics. Comment.
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Turf battle brewing at local parks

Hundreds of residents run and play on the McCarren Park track every day without realizing that the rubberized pellets underneath the artificial turf may be hazardous. Comment.

Tuesday, July 14, 2009

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Big Screecher

Sharon and I received an invitation for Fran Amorosa’s surprise retirement party. Fran was always there for the Bensonhurst West End Community Council (BWECC) as well as for Seth Low IS 96, where she had worked and her three children were schooled. Her retirement means we all lost her valuable tireless services she gave for over three decades! Comment.

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P.S. 177’s yankee−doodle salute to the flag

Visitors got up close with Lady Liberty, retraced the steps of immigrants who arrived through Ellis Island, and then took a trip on Cyclone roller coaster – all without leaving Public School 177. Comment.

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