Fire Prevention Day & Open House



The Garden City Fire Department has announced it will be holding its Annual Fire Prevention Day and Open House on Sunday, October 5th at Fire Headquarters on Stewart Ave in the Village Hall Complex. The event begins at 12:30 pm. The Open House has something for everyone in the family. The event will include full dress inspection of the fire […]

The Andy Foundation helps with van conversion



Thanks to the incredible generosity of our community and the success of our yard sales, The Andy Foundation was able to underwrite the expense of a van conversion for Karen Connolly (GCHS ’81) and her son, JT, who requires a wheelchair after having been hit by a car. Working together with Larry Gulitti of Bussani Mobility, Karen was able to […]

Cynthia Sucich of the INN to speak to AAUW



Cynthia Sucich, Director of Communications for The Interfaith Nutrition Network (The INN), will address the next meeting of the American Association of University Women on Friday, October 10th at 1:30 p.m. at the Garden City Public Library. The mission of The INN is to address issues of hunger and homelessness on Long Island by providing food, shelter, long-term housing and […]

SOCIALLY SPEAKING

Lots of fall events

Now that Fall is here, were are having a bit more of Summer. Just what is Mother Nature up to? Guess we just have to wait and watch. There will be a lot going on in town and I will try to keep you up to date. The Lunch Bunch met this past week with a number of members of […]

Clarke collects for “Homerun Hopefuls”



Bobby Clarke, a senior at Garden City High School, returned to the Dominican Republic again this summer to distribute baseball equipment. Bobby spent the spring collecting gently used baseball equipment as well as uniforms, hats, cleats, sneakers and t-shirts for an organization called “Homerun Hopefuls.” The response from the community was overwhelming. Thanks to the countless families and organizations who […]

THE OFFICE CAT




MISCHIEF AND MAYHEM: THE POLICE REPORT Arrests for thefts: On September 24th Garden City police arrested a 25 year old Staten Island woman and a 30 year old Lindenhurst woman for allegedly possessing $670 in merchandise that had been reported stolen from the Manhasset Lord and Taylor Store. ATM withdrawals: On September 25th a resident reported numerous unauthorized ATM withdrawals […]

Renowned poet to lecture at Adelphi University



Dr. Haki R. Madhubuti will present a lecture entitled “The Malcolm X Legacy: What It Means to Be Black and Literate in the 21st Century and the Importance of Art in the Maturation of All People” on Monday, October 6 at 7 p.m. The lecture will be held in the Thomas Dixon Lovely Ballroom in the Ruth S. Harley University […]

FROM THE MAYOR’ S OF F ICE

Fire Prevention Week

All residents and friends are invited to attend the Annual Inspection and Open House on Sunday, October 5th at 12:30 p.m. The program will be conducted at Fire Headquarters and in the employee parking field, located on the west side of Village Hall on Stewart Avenue. There will be fire safety demonstrations, an appearance by Sparky the Fire Dog, a […]

Garden City Library Trustee named Woman of Distinction



Lola Nouryan, Ph.D, a Garden City Library Board Trustee, was honored as a 2014 Woman of Distinction by Assemblyman Edward Ra on Saturday, September 13th at VFW Post 5253 in Albertson. Dr. Nouryan is a psychologist with a distinguished background in education and community service. She has her own private practice in Garden City. Dr. Nouryan is also an Adjunct […]

Blessing of the Animals at Christ Church



Animals of all kinds including friendly doggies and sophisticated cats will gather at Christ Episcopal Church on Sunday, October 5, at 10 a.m. to celebrate St. Francis of Assisi. All pets and their people are invited to partake in the Holy Eucharist which will be celebrated in the corner parking lot (or indoors in case of rain). Refreshments follow the […]