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CTI Honors Cantor Gustavo Gitlin

At a sold-out elegant dinner dance last week, Cantor Gustavo Gitlin was honored by Congregation Tifereth Israel (CTI) for his 10 years of service. Cantor Gitlin has also established a wide-spread reputation for service to Glen Cove and the surrounding areas. 

 

In the decade since his arrival from Argentina he has served the Glen Cove community in many roles including president of the North Shore Sheltering Program, the boards of the Glen Cove Youth Bureau and La Fuerza Unida, and the advisory board of the Morgan Park Summer Music Festival. Further, Cantor Gitlin is a familiar presence at Glen Cove Hospital and other local medical institutions where he regularly provides spiritual comfort to patients. The Cantor also brings Shabbat programs to the homebound and to many of the community’s programs for seniors, including senior living facilities and the Glen Cove Senior Center.

 

CTI’s evening of dancing and dining also honored Tifereth Israel’s past presidents: Charles Brody, Phil Essex, William Friedlieb, Michael Hoffman, Richard Lazarow, Lillian Meckler, Adina Orshan, Joseph Shapiro, Mayer Udell, Gerald Wolkowitz and David Zatlin.

 

CTI, the oldest continuing Jewish congregation on Long Island, has been providing Jewish programming and education to the Long Island community since 1897. The synagogue is located at 40 Hill Street in Glen Cove, at the intersection of Hill Street and Landing Road. Call 516-676-5080 for further information.  

News

In an unusual change of venue, the Glen Cove City Council held its Sept. 23 meeting at the Webb Institute instead of City Hall. Before the meeting, more than 100 residents and the council members were given a tour of the college. 

 

Mayor Reginald Spinello said,  “Keith Michel [Webb President] suggested we could use the venue for the city and I thought having a city council meeting there would be an ideal way to show off the city’s precious history. I am hoping that the Holocaust Center will also allow us the opportunity next year.” He added, “There are a few other notable places in Glen Cove to have meetings like this to showcase the city.”

It was a country flavor at Sea Cliff Beach on the evening of Sunday, Sept. 14 as the alternative/country group Antigone Rising played in front of hundreds of local residents underneath the fading sunlight. The concert, which was originally slated for Saturday but rescheduled due to inclement weather, went off without 

a hitch as the ladies played a lot of their popular songs from different records. 


Sports

Glen Cove Junior Soccer got off on the right foot with its annual parade through the city ending at City Stadium on Saturday, Sept. 13. The parade had boys and girls from kindergarten to 10th grade march along with coaches and parents in their colorful uniforms. At the parade terminus, Glen Cove elected officials cheered the children on as they sat down on the field lines to hear the opening comments.

Hundreds of supporters turned out on Monday, Sept. 8 to golf, socialize with friends and dine beach-side at the 25th anniversary of SCO Family 

 of Services’ Howard F. Treiber Memorial Golf Open, SCO’s major fall fundraiser benefiting the 60,000 children, teens, adults and families served each year. The event began with brunch and shotgun tee offs at Meadow Brook Club in Jericho and The Creek Club in Locust Valley and concluded with dinner beach-side at The Creek. 


Calendar

Live Music - September 24

Whiskey Tasting - September 25

Play Bingo - September 26


Columns

1959: The Year The Music Stopped Playing
Written by Michael A. Miller, mmillercolumn@gmail.com

The Eccentric Heiress Of ‘Empty Mansions’
Written by Mike Barry, MFBarry@optonline.net

Yellow Margarine And A Pitch For The Ages
Written by Michael A. Miller, mmillercolumn@gmail.com