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Public Invited to Meeting on Glen Cove Former Gas Plant Site

Friday, 15 January 2010 00:00
State to Present Site Investigation And Cleanup Plan

The New York State Department of Environmental Conservation (DEC), in conjunction with the State Department of Health (DOH) and representatives from National Grid, will hold a public meeting on Wednesday, Jan. 20, at 7 p.m., to present the findings of the final cleanup investigation report for the Glen Cove former Manufactured Gas Plant (MGP) site in Glen Cove, Nassau County.

The meeting will be held at Gribbin Elementary School located on Seaman and Walnut Roads in Glen Cove. At the meeting, DEC, DOH and National Grid staff will describe the contents of the final report, present a cleanup action plan to address contamination found at the site, and respond to questions and comments from the community. Key findings in the report and cleanup plan include:

 

St John’s of Lattingtown Donates to Many Charities

Friday, 08 January 2010 00:00

After the very successful Fall Fair at St John’s of Lattingtown, the outreach committee met for four consecutive weeks to determine which of the 23 charities that applied for funding would be the recipients of the 2009 donations.

 

Glen Cove Boys & Girls Club Hosts Annual Holiday Party

Friday, 08 January 2010 00:00

On Friday, Dec. 18, Glen Cove Boys & Girls Club at Lincoln House hosted its annual Holiday Party for Club members. Over 130 children, parents and volunteers attended the annual party held in the Club’s games room. Activities included a delicious meal from Elegant Affairs, music and dancing courtesy of DJ Paulo Coehlo and Adrian Treyo, games and activities including a human Christmas tree, cookie decorating, face painting, a visit from the Christmas Bear from Bayville Adventure Park’s Winter Wonderland, and gifts and photos with Santa in his workshop.

 

Mayor and City Council Inaugural Ceremony on Sunday, January 3

Friday, 01 January 2010 00:00

Mayor Ralph V. Suozzi’s Inaugural Ceremony has been set for Sunday Jan. 3, at 1:30 p.m. in the Main Chambers of Glen Cove City Hall.

 

GC Food Drive Benefits Families in Need

Friday, 01 January 2010 00:00

Each year the employees in the City of Glen Cove organize a food drive to benefit a family in need.

 

NS Toy Drive Gives Children Something to Look Forward Every Year

Friday, 25 December 2009 00:00

On Dec. 18, the North Shore School District donated bags full of toys to the children of Schneider Children’s Hospital. This was made possible through North Shore’s 22nd Annual Toy Drive, hosted by Dr. Rob Gerver.

In 1988, Dr. Gerver started this toy drive. This program, once exclusively run by the high school, has become a districtwide event over the years, broadening the spirit of giving across all of the schools. Dr. Gerver, who lives right by the Schneider Children’s Hospital, would jog past it each day, and came up with the idea to help these children and lift their spirits through an annual holiday Toy Drive. He felt this would be a most fitting endeavor for the children’s hospital.

 

Chamber of Commerce News

Friday, 25 December 2009 00:00
Glen Cove Chamber of Commerce’s Sixth Annual Gala

The Chamber of Commerce held its Sixth Annual Celebrate Cove Gala at the beautiful Crescent Beach Club in Bayville. The honorees were:

The Corporate Pinnacle Award: Jennifer Rehm, Atria Senior Living at Glen Cove

Small Business Achievement Award: Tony Messineo, Stevenson Printing

The Leadership Award: Maureen Fitzpatrick, Bethpage Federal Credit Union

The Community Merit Service Award: Sergeant Jack McDougal

 

A Labor of Love: AIDS Awareness Week at Glen Cove HS

Friday, 18 December 2009 00:00

Peer AIDS, an organization of nearly 50 Glen Cove High School students, sponsored two assemblies for the school community through fundraising efforts to help empower the students to make informed choices by educating them about HIV/AIDS. The Peer AIDS counselors are certified after having been trained on their own time at North Shore LIJ Hospital in Manhasset, during two eight-hour Saturday training sessions.

Peer AIDS advisor Tom Lacalamita stated, “Glen Cove High School is one of 15 schools on Long Island who have dedicated students to go to the hospital to be trained.”

 

Toys and a Prayer From The Glen Cove Anglers

Friday, 18 December 2009 00:00

The Glen Cove Anglers held their annual Christmas celebration. The members threw hook, line and sinker to reel in a trove of new unwrapped toys for distribution to Glen Cove area kids. It is a long tradition that fulfills the giving holiday spirit of the members.

However the Anglers’ enthusiasm was dampened as they learned that the beneficiary of the yearly toy collection, Saint Rocco’s Parish Reverend Father Aaron was overcome by a serious illness a week earlier and wouldn’t be present to collect the donations, nor say a prayer and bless the club as he has done the last couple of years.

 

NSHS Students Prepare Food for the North Shore INN Soup Kitchen

Written by NSHS Senior Stephanie Jenks Friday, 11 December 2009 00:00

On Nov. 24, North Shore High School’s Key Club hosted its annual Cooking for the INN event under the direction of community service coordinator Julia Salat.

Every year, students get together the Tuesday before Thanksgiving break and prepare food to be served on Thanksgiving Day at the North Shore INN Soup Kitchen.

 

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