Major Issues FaceBoard of Trustees



To an outside observer, last Thursday evening’s Board of Trustees meeting would appear to be relatively quiet. However, regular attendees know that as trustees conducted routine Village business, they were very much aware that residents are waiting for them to make decisions on several key issues. Mayor Gerard Lundquist and trustees are expected to hear from a large group of […]

Children Raise Funds For Hurricane Victims



Board Of TrusteesMeeting News



Although the Board of Trustees will have to deal with major issues in the near future (see related article), they primarily focused on several smaller business matters at last Thursday’s Board of Trustees meeting. Mayor Gerard Lundquist announced that the Village is investigating ways to help victims of Hurricane Katrina. “We have a lot to give and we have a […]

NY Jets Collect Items ForKatrina Victims



On Saturday, September 17th from 10:00am – 4:00pm, New York Jet Kevin & Tracy Mawae of Garden City, along with other Jets players will collect items to help victims of Hurricane Katrina. The players ask for donations of non-perishable and non breakable food items, hygiene products, diapers, formula,toiletries, soap, toothpaste, paper products. (Please note that no used or new clothing […]

Police Officer To Be Honored



A third-generation Garden City police officer will be honored on Tuesday evening for his recent act of heroism. Paul “Buddy” Berg will be one of 27 police officers from the Town of Hempstead who will receive a Police Service Award at Hempstead Town Hall at 7 p.m. On Friday, June 24 at 5:49 p.m., one of the railroad’s busiest times […]

School Board Holds Work Session



The Garden City Board of Education listened to three presentations focusing on the school tax bill, summer curriculum projects and the proposed new cafeterias at the Middle and High Schools, at the first work session of the school year held on Monday evening. John T. Powell, assistant superintendent for business and finance, reported that residents will soon receive their property […]

Community Club Studio Opens Season



The Community Club Studio is happy to announce its 72 nd season. We offer a variety of classes for the Fall and Spring terms, culminating with a May exhibit of the student’s work. The fall Class Schedule runs Monday to Friday 9:30 to 12:30. On Monday: Painting With Pastels From Photographs **New Class with Arleen Rueth Urban, PSA 6 classes […]

Vacation Bible School At Community Church



Davey and Goliath’s Circus Spectacular was in full swing at the Garden City Community Church during the week of June 27. There were 105 campers and 55 adult and youth leaders sharing the good news of God’s love. The campers enjoyed Davey’s Drama, Goliath’s Games, Circus Crafts, Trapeze treats and Bible stories with Pele the Clown and Walker the tight-rope […]

Get Ready For The Holidays Early With St. Joseph School’s Wrapping Paper Sale



St. Joseph School is again proud to offer a wide array of Innisbrook Wraps products for this Christmas season. Purchase elegant Christmas wrap, beautiful ribbons and decorative gift boxes that will make your gift wrapping a true joy. Impress your family and friends with beautifully wrapped presents this year! You also have the opportunity to purchase greeting cards, gourmet foods, […]

Friendship Luncheon Reservations



Reservations are coming in fast for the Friendship Luncheon on Tuesday, September 27 th sponsored by the Community Club of Garden City and Hempstead. The event will start at 12 noon at the Garden City Country Club on Stewart Avenue. Luncheon choices are 1. Chicken Florentine, 2. Broiled Halibut in lemon butter, or 3. Sliced Steak in Mushroom Sauce. Checks […]