2020-12-04

Nancy Morreale with Bobby

Bobby Menges ‘I’m Not Done Yet’ Memorial Blood Drive

There’s a critical blood shortage! I’m Not Done Yet is hosting the seventh Bobby Menges “I’m Not Done Yet” Memorial Blood Drive on Monday, December 14th from 1pm-7pm at the Stewart Manor Country Club on 51 Salisbury Ave. in Stewart Manor. The bloodmobile is still not available because of Covid-19, so once again a huge thank you to John Parks, […]

Betty Erdos, Maureen Fraser, Marilyn Blauert and American Legion Auxillary President Jacqueline Eltringham collecting sweatsuits.

Thanks for the Sweats for Vets

Many thanks for the donations to purchase gifts for veterans in the Northport VA Hospital. Each December, the ladies of the American Legion Auxiliary bring gift cards, NEW sweatsuits and Christmas cheer to the veterans. The hospital has requested NEW sweatsuits in navy, light blue or gray in sizes M-2XL. Monetary donations are also appreciated and checks to the ‘American […]

painting of a ginger jar and bowl

Art League of Nassau County Holiday Show

Wondering what gift to get your art-loving friend or Aunt Sallie? Get out of the house come to the show at the Barnes Gallery! The Art League of Nassau County’s Holiday Show opens Saturday, December 1st, just in time for some easy, SAFE shopping in downtown Garden City South. You will be supporting your local artists as well as your […]

Bob Schoelle, project chair, Scouts Daniel and Patrick Egan with Rotarian Linda Ryan.

Rotary & Scouts ring bells for Salvation Army

The bells rang from 8 a.m. throughout the afternoon outside of King’s Supermarket’s rear entrance last Saturday, November 28 as volunteer Rotarians and scouts assisted the Salvation Army with its charitable efforts. As one of its community services, for more than 30 years, the Mineola-Garden City Rotary Club has supported the Salvation Army’s Red Kettle Drive during the Holiday Season. […]

a black cat

The Office Cat

Car vandalized A car parked on a Cathedral Avenue driveway was vandalized on November 24th. Damage, consisting of slashed tires, scratched paint, and water in the gas tank, was discovered. Multiple violations As a result of an investigation on Clinton Road, on November 24th a 27-year-old motorist was arrested for possession of a forged out of state registration, defective plate […]

Do the Math

To the Editor: This is a follow-up letter from last week concerning the election of Kevin Thomas (D) as State Senator for the 6th District which includes Garden City. Spending less than two hours on a hand-held calculator, two pairs of election vote figures were used from the Garden City News of 11-06-2020 and 11-23-2020. They show a flip of […]

The A.T. Stewart Exchange Consignment Shop

Ever wonder where the idea of hanging your stocking by the fire for Santa came from? The idea hearkens back to St. Nicholas, a 3rd century Greek bishop. He would sell off his property and give the money to the poor, and dedicated his life to serving people who were sick and suffering, which is how he gained his saint […]

Eva Noblezada

Broadway star to perform at Adelphi

Two-time Tony Award nominee Eva Noblezada (Broadway’s Hadestown & Miss Saigon) will perform live on the Westermann Stage of Adelphi University’s Performing Arts Center (PAC) on Sunday, December 6, at 5 p.m. The livestreamed performance is part of the Live From Adelphi Concert series. Noblezada brings her powerhouse vocals and down-to-earth style to the stage in a celebration of her […]

Garden City Community Church is in Between Times


The Garden City Community Church (GCCC) celebrated a very different Thanksgiving Day. A pre-recorded worship service reminded us to be thankful for all that we have received. Most of us stayed home with our family or maybe just by ourselves. The 30-pound turkeys were replaced by smaller birds; some even roasted 5-pound ducks.   Everything about this Thanksgiving Day is different, […]

Angela De Carariis - Salerno Author visit Wednesday, 12/9 at 7 p.m. Virtual

Garden City PTA News

Mark Your Calendars! Important School & PTA Dates to Remember December 4: Primary and Elementary Report Cards December 5: SAT Examination at GCHS December 10: High School/Middle School 2nd Quarter Progress Reports December 11: Deadline for High School Yearbook Orders and Senior Ads December 24 – Friday, January 1: Schools Closed for Holiday Recess Deadline Next Week: NYS PTA Jenkins […]