CLASS LINKS

 

Rossette Arons

 

is a real estate broker with Stribling & Associates and her profile can be found at http://www.stribling.com/agents/rosette-arons.

 

Gil Boro

 

features his sculpture at http://www.gilbertboro.com/.

 

Ellen Chisdes Neuberg

 

operates an art gallery in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania called Gallery Chiz.

 

Evie Feminella Unger

 

is now with the Maryland Department of Health and Mental Hygiene’s Chief of Training Services, http://dhmh.md.gov/tsd/

  

Susan Frant

 

is now working for the University of Tennessee's Law Enforcement Innovation Center, http://www.leic.tennessee.edu

 

Hedy Gaebel Jarvis

 

owns Gable Contruction, http://gableconstruction.com/

 

Fred Grayson

 

has created a page of information for people traveling with pets called Pets Welcome.

 

Charles Haupt

 

is featured on the website http://www.amusicalfeast.com:80/

 

Barry Heimlich

 

has recently joined the Center for Urban and Environmental Studies (CUES) at Florida Atlantic University as a Research Fellow. Information about CUES and its climate change program can be found at http://www.cuesfau.org/aboutus_files/index.htm.

 

Peter B. Kaplan

 

has some of his photography online at http://www.peterbkaplanstock.com/.

 

Alayne Karlin Kandell

 

practices psychoanalytic psychotherapy in Manhattan. Her profile is available at http://www.networktherapy.com/directory/therapist_results.asp?c13=kandell

 

Bill Katz

 

has has created a page of political commentary called William Katz: Urgent Agenda.

 

Dr. Ellen Kirschman

 

has a website at http://www.ellenkirschman.com providing information on her books and speaking engagements.

 

David Kraisler

 

has his own website, http://www.davidkraisler.com.

 

Steve Lawrence

 

has a website describing his musical career, http://stephenlawrencemusic.com/

 

Jane Meyer Bonbright

 

recently retired as Executive Director of the National Dance Education Organization, a national non-profit organization that advances dance education. 

 

Nina Millock Bentley

 

has a website showing her assemblage art at http://www.ninabentley.com/.

 

Dohn Samuel Schildkraut

 

recently retired but is still Operations Vice President as well as a member of the Board of Directors and the Executive Committee of the Great Neck Arts Center – a non-profit organization dedicated to promoting and supporting the arts in the community through education, performance, exhibition and outreach.

 

Hope Simon Grayson

 

displays her art at http://hopegrayson.com/.

 

Dennis Weber

 

is President and CEO of Irving Weber Associates, Inc., insurance agents, brokers and consultants in Smithtown, Long Island.

 

Ivan Weinger

 

          operates the Inn At Lake Joseph in Forestburgh, New York.

 

Marilyn Wolfe Levinson

 

writes mysteries, romantic suspense, and novels for kids. Her Amazon page is http://amzn.to/K6Md1O, and her website is www.marilynlevinson.com.

 

Let us know about your site: send info to gnhs57@dohnsco.com.

 

 

OTHER INTERESTING LINKS

There is now a Great Neck North Alumni Page. It contains news of other classes, and you can post your e-mail address there if you so choose…

The Great Neck Public Schools have a webpage. From there, you can “visit” each of the schools and - hopefully - in the future - some of the other alumni classes.

The Great Neck Park District has a webpage that tells you about the parks the sports facilities.

Of course there is a website for the Great Neck Chamber of Commerce!

The Great Neck Historical Society now has it's own webpage.

Some general information about Great Neck and its history is available on the Great Neck Online site. However, this site has not been updated since 2005!

Several of the Villages have their own websites:

     Great Neck Estates

     Great Neck Plaza

     Great Neck Village

     Kensington

     Kings Point

     Lake Success

     Saddle Rock

     Thomaston

You may also want to visit the US Merchant Marine Academy online.

Newsday is the major regional daily covering Long Island.

The Great Neck Record is now Great Neck's main weekly paper.

The Great Neck Arts Center is a non-profit organization dedicated to promoting and supporting the arts in the community through education, performance, exhibition and outreach.

 

 

 


 

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