While the schools were busy this week, it's certainly apparent that volunteers are one of the driving forces behind our community. From PTAs to civic groups to emergency services, Bellmore residents seem ready, willing and able to better their community. Be sure to also check out our contributor's first hand account of a new mixed martial arts establishment in Bellmore, Keysi Fighting Academy.
Local Women Pass-Over the Tradition
Kennedy High PTA Reflections Winners
Grand Avenue Students Enjoy Annual Visit to Yankee Stadium
Demographic Study Shows Shrinking Student Numbers in North Bellmore
Kennedy Advances to Round 2 in "The Challenge"
Kennedy High Baseball Preview: Cougars Determined to Avenge Tough Season
Volunteers in the News
Giddy Up: Gunther PTA Raises $4K at Night at the Races
Fundraising Underway for Bellmore-Merrick Relay for Life Event
Mix of Issues Raised at March North Bellmore Civic Meeting
South Shore Arts Center Develops Creativity
Learning Mixed Martial Arts at Bellmore's Keysi Academy
Town of Hempstead to Host First Spay/Neuter Day for Feral Cats
Town Honors Sandra Johnson at Annual Pathfinder Awards
A New View - Twin Lakes Preserve
McDonough Says No to New State Borrowing to Solve Budget Problems
Spend A Year With Frog and Toad
Police & Fire
Uprooted Trees Close Portions of Newbridge Road
Bellmore Patch would like to extend appreciation to its contributors Michelle Levine, Melissa O'Connor, Nancy Hiler, Debbie Cohen, Lynn Salig, Michael Ganci, Debora Toth, Patrick Holohan and Drew Moss for their reporting, photography and videography skills this week.