Dorothy A. Caten

Dorothy A. Caten

Dorothy A. Caten (nee Calcagno) was born in Washington, D.C. on May 24, 1919 and passed away peacefully in Venice, Florida on October 7, 2023. She moved from Garden City,  and Napoleon, Ohio. She was predeceased by her husband, Robert MacAllister Caten, who was a pioneer in Cable TV, operating and owning several systems in upstate New York and Northwest […]

boys playing hockey

GCMS Wings building momentum

The Wings fell again to the Oceanside Sailors this past Sunday night at the IceWorks Arena in Syosset. The team got off to a slow start in the 1st period but began to pick up steam as the game progressed. The last period and half saw the Wings outshoot and out hustle the veteran heavy Oceanside squad. Luke Seaman and […]

Garden City PTA News

Homecoming Get ready to cheer on our Trojans at Homecoming this Saturday, October 21! The Homecoming parade will begin at 1pm at the Middle School and proceed to the High School, ahead of the 3pm football game. Come out for both events to support our Trojans and show your pride in Maroon & Gray!  Make Note – Photo Retake Date […]

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Heading to the Playoffs

Voters choose preservation for St. Paul’s main building

In voting on Saturday, October 21st, Garden City voters chose to preserve the St. Paul’s main building. With 4,339 residents casting votes in the opinion poll, 2,635 chose the option that will lead to preservation of the building, while 1,704 chose demolition. The preservation option includes scenarios of partial or full preservation of the building, including possibly retaining the front […]

St. Paul’s vote set for Saturday, October 21st

Voters will go to the polls on Saturday, October 21st at the St. Paul’s Fieldhouse to express their opinion on the future of the St. Paul’s main building. The ballot will have two choices: Preservation or Demolition. (The preservation option includes partial or full preservation.)  Ballots can be cast between 7 am and 8 pm. You must be registered to […]

old photo of early air plane

POAs present ‘A History of Aviation’ series

Most of us know about Garden City’s role in the history-making flight of Charles Lindbergh, but how many of us know the unique and pivotal role A.T. Stewart played in bringing flight to the Hempstead Plains? Why were the Hempstead Plains so vital in the history of flight? Wealthy patrons who financed so many of these early pilots traveled on […]

Board recognizes National Friends of Libraries Week

Garden City Public Library Board Trustees presented members of the Friends of the Garden City Public Library with a proclamation in recognition of “National Friends of Libraries Week” (October 15 – 21). Friends Directors Cathy Walsh, Evelyn Fasano and Kathie Wysocki, accepted the proclamation during a brief ceremony at the October 16 Library Board meeting. The Friends of the Garden City Library were established in 1952. […]

CPOA monthly meeting October 24th

The Central Property Owners’ Association (CPOA) invites all residents of the Central section to attend its monthly meeting on Tuesday, October 24 at 7:30 pm at the Senior Center on Golf Club Lane.  A Zoom link will be available and posted on the CPOA website gccpoa.org Attendees will hear  Village BOT Trustee Bruce Torino give his update on the Village. […]

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WPOA salutes its Student Ambassadors

The Western Property Owners Association (WPOA) is grateful to the dozen or so high school students who over the past few years have offered their services to be Student Ambassadors to our Property Owners Association. Not only does the WPOA benefit from the students’ volunteer support, technology expertise, and youthful business-savvy knowledge, but the WPOA affords these students an opportunity […]