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Welcome to the Point. The Point being College Point. Just about everyone was affected by Sept. 11 and the first anniversary brings it all back … the losses, the pain and the change in many lives. By sticking together and helping one another, we will succeed.

The College Point Board of Trade will celebrate its 33rd anniversary at its dinner on Sunday, Oct. 6 at Antun’s in Queens Village. In conjunction with the dinner, they will distribute the 2002-2003 annual Business Directory & Buyer’s Guide. In addition to their successful free job placement program, they made available to the membership many new programs and/or services by governmental agencies or their office.

Condolences to Rudy Giuliani and family on the loss of his mother, Helen.

Blessings to Caitlin, born Aug. 3 to Melissa and Tom Chopard.

Eileen is certainly busy when she is not working at Whitestone Lanes taking care of her three beautiful grandchildren: Victor, 4, Nicholas, 2, and Christian, 9 weeks. Of course she is assisted by their mom and dad, Christian and Nick Valentino.

Congratulations to Philip and Phyllis Dachille on the birth of their daughter Samantha Mary. She joins brother Anthony.

AABR and NYCLI are holding a fabulous fashions and boutique for their benefit on Wednesday, Oct. 2, at 6 p.m. and dinner at 7 p.m. at Harper’s Restaurant, 1270 Union Turnpike, New Hyde Park, $30 per person for dinner and fashion show. Fashions by: Alta Moda by Josephine, Models: AABR staff and friends, call events Chairperson Beth Sherman at 321-3800.

The Knights of Columbus #1463 St. Ambrose Council wishes to thank Pathmark, Stroehmanns and Western Beef for their donations to its recent barbecue.

The next scheduled 109th Precinct Community Council meeting will be Oct. 9 at the station house.

The First Reformed Church, Sept. 18 will be holding its Fall Lunch and Sale. Sale is from 11 a.m.-3 p.m., lunch is from 11:30 a.m.-1:30 p.m. Tickets are $6, which includes soup, salad, sandwich and dessert.

St. Fidelis Film Festival featuring Bette Davis resumes on Friday, Sept. 27 at 7:30 p.m. in the Madonna Room. The feature presentation is “Now Voyager.” Please consider having your child participate in the school band. Instrumental music is an important part of education. Students will bring home information sheets in September. Band is available to all St. Fidelis School Students in third through eighth grades.

Sabina says…Let us continue doing the wonderful job we have been doing in repairing NYC and getting it back to what it was prior to Sept. 11 and to make certain that none of the people who died has lost his or her life in vain.

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