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Community Portal

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The Community Portal is now online. This is the start of a new and improved website that will be updated and upgraded going forward. There are many new features that should make communication easier. The community link at the top is now activated. Please click on "the Community" at the top and update your profile, join groups, etc. This will enable even more interaction among members, similar to a social network. This site will compliment the existing forum and integrate with it.

Last Updated on Tuesday, 23 December 2008 13:26
 

Alumni Project

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the Project (click here to Verify Now)

The project is to gather the names of every single Jones Beach Lifeguard that was ever employed since 1929. This is a large undertaking being spearheaded by Rob Cornacchia. Alumni Committe members please join the Alumni Group

Last Updated on Wednesday, 14 January 2009 03:47
 

Swimming Slighted

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This letter was printed in Newsday on Friday, November 21, 2008.

Swimming was slighted

The Suffolk County Girls Swimming Championship was held at Suffolk Community College in Brentwood this weekend, and I was very disappointed that Newsday did not carry a story regarding this weekend-long event. There were many stories of other, perhaps more glamorous, high schools' athletic events that were staged over the weekend, but no swimming.

In this year where American Olympic swimmers such as Dara Torres, Natalie Coughlin, and Michael Phelps brought great public attention to the sport, it is sad to see this lack of reporting. A small number of high school athletes will go on to participate on a collegiate level, and an even smaller number will compete as professionals or as coaches. But hundreds of high school swimmers on Long Island each year continue their sport as lifeguards. Many of these new lifeguards continue on to a lifetime of saving lives not only here on Long Island, but throughout the country. Swimming is a sport that should be encouraged and not ignored. I hope to see more articles on our Long Island swimming events in the future.

Tom Donovan, West Islip

Editor's note: The writer is president of the Jones Beach Lifeguard Corps.

Last Updated on Monday, 24 November 2008 00:48
 


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