🌱 Linda Mangano Sentenced + Islanders Great Mike Bossy Dies Of Cancer
Hello neighbors! Joanne Gallo here with the Saturday edition of the Mineola Daily.
First of all, today’s weather:
In the afternoon a shower. High: 63, low: 43.
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Here are the top stories in Mineola today:
Chaminade High School – Mineola “As Easter recess begins, Brothers Tom and Buster provide a school update and wish the Chaminade family a blessed Easter season. To sign up for Legacy of Leadership, click here: https://bit.ly/3vgFFLk” (Facebook)Family & Children’s Association – Garden City: On April 30, FCAs Hempstead Prevention Coalition (HPC) and Roosevelt Prevention Coalition (RPC) will host local drop-off locations for National Prescription Drug Take Back Day. From 10 a.m. to 2 p.m., you can safely drop off your medication at one of our two drop -off locations: Hempstead Police Armory (216 Washington St., Hempstead, NY 11550) or Roosevelt Family Health Center (380 Nassau Rd., Roosevelt, NY 11575). Join us and keep our communities safe!” (Facebook)City of North Hempstead: “Composting and using a rain barrel are two great ways to help the environment from your own backyard. The City of North Hempstead makes compost bins and rain barrels available to residents of the city at a discounted rate.” (Town of North Hempstead)
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† Joanne Gallo
About Me: Joanne Gallo is a lifelong resident of Long Island and a writer/editor for over 30 years. After earning a BA in Journalism and an MA in Writing from NYU, Joanne was a staff editor for consumer publications, including Feature Editor for Soap Opera Weekly, Senior Editor for Energy Times, and Executive Editor for The Johns Hopkins White Papers. Raised in the nearby town of Roslyn, Joanne is happy to call Mineola home for the past 7 years. She loves the arts and entertainment, food, gardening and all the natural beauty Long Island has to offer.