Farmingville, NY - On April 15, Supervisor Ed Romaine and Councilwoman Jane Bonner attended the North Shore Little League (NSLL) Opening Day ceremonies. The league, which was established in 1963, offers boys and girls, ages six through sixteen, the opportunity to play organized baseball and softball with their peers at fields on Route 25A in Rocky Point. More than 800 children on over 60 teams, came out to celebrate.In addition to Opening Day activities, there was a ceremony dedicated to the memory of Paul Guido, who passed away in 2022. Paul, also known as “Mr. North Shore Little League,” dedicated 50 years of service to making the NSLL the exemplary organization that it is today. His sons were on hand to be presented with a beautiful banner in their father’s honor. Those who spoke at the event thanked the Guido family for their dedication to the NSLL and acknowledged the army of volunteers that make the NSLL the fabulous organization that it is. For more information about the North Shore Little League, call 631-744-3355.Pictured below, left to right are Supervisor Romaine; John Guido; Nick Guido; Tony Guido; Councilwoman Bonner; Dorothy Cavalier (aide to Legislator Sarah Anker); NSLL President Steve Capell and Gary Catalanato.
Pictured at right are Supervisor Ed Romaine (back row, left) and Councilwoman Bonner (back row, center) NSLL President Steve Capell and Gary Catalanato. with the Mets team coaches and players.
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