Archive for April, 2015

Message From Kings Park Notebook

Friends and Neighbors, The Notebook is going to be placed on hiatus for a few weeks as I recuperate from an upcoming surgery. Will be back ASAP. Thanks for your understanding – Linda

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Student Talent Show In The Park

Come help students support the Nissequogue River State Park on Sunday, May 31st, at 1:30 PM, by attending a Student Talent Show In The Park. There will be prizes, food, and more. Live music and entertainment will be provided by students grades K through 12. If you are a student and would like to participate [...]

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What’s Cookin’: Natalie’s Kitchen – Apple Blueberry Galette

A Galette is a French hand formed sweet or savory tart. Sweet Galettes are one of my favorite types of desserts. They are quick, easy and use fresh fruit in season which makes this a year round treat! Traditionally, a Galette is made from short pastry dough

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Strong Women In History

Join us in welcoming a new addition to The Notebook – Strong Women In History, by Kings Park’s own Natalie Pfeiffer Kennedy. __________________________________ March was ‘Women’s History Month’, as it is every year. But why is it only for a month that we think about Strong Women in History? There are so many women who [...]

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Kings Park High School Student Justin Barish Wins Grand Award, Advances To International Level

Congratulations to Kings Park High School Student Justin Barish for taking first place at the 2015 Long Island Science & Engineering Fair in the category of Computer Science. Justin’s project is titled “A Hand-centric Gestural Interface for 3D Navigation and Interaction in Visualization.” Justin is one of twenty three

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Opening Day Of TOPSoccer At Tiffany Field

Rose Mangogna, President of Kings Park Soccer Club and Peter Schneider, President of Village of the Branch Soccer Club join forces, under the guidance of the KP/VOB  

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Best in Show

On Friday, March 27th, the KP video classes attended the Long Island Media Arts show at Five Towns College. Out of the hundreds of films submitted, only 20 were selected

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Kings Park In Focus

Kings Park Bluff before the rain – photograph by Kings Park resident and photographer Agnes Connolly Fegan. Beautiful!

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Kings Park In Focus – A Good Sign

This evening, Kings Park residents Dawn Tiritter-Bent and Mike Ziccardi, owners of Sign-A-Rama of Huntington, helped the newest member of the Kings Park business community,

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