Want to know the all the news, events, and issues that are going on in Malverne, West Hempstead and Lynbrook today? Take a look:
- A forum on education reform and the Common Core
was held Monday night at Levittown Hall. Guest speakers included Jeanette
Deutermann, founder of LI Opt Out, Dr. Joe Rella, Superintendent of Comsewogue
School District, Yvonne Gasperino, Founder Stop the Common Core New York State,
and Marla Kilfoyle, Parent and General Manager of the BATS. Stay with Patch today for
- Temple Am Echad of Lynbrook is holding a Vendor’s Fair Tuesday at 2 p.m. “Visit and shop, snack on some homemade goodies,shop some more and encourage your friends in the community to join us as well.” More info. can be found here.- Head to the Lynbrook Library today at 2:30 p.m. for a free movie in the community room.
- Did you see the top stories of Monday? Legislator Francis Becker (R-Lynbrook) is running unopposed in the sixth legislative race and says that retooling the Bay Park Sewage Plant is one of the biggest issues facing the south shore. In Malverne, resident Emily Matassa has been selected to participate in the All-State Women’s Chorus.
- Wondering what the weather will be like Tuesday? Here’s the forecast from the National Weather Service: “Partly sunny, with a high near 68. Southwest wind 7 to 14 mph.”