It was Sunday afternoon, June 9, in Glen Cove. St. Rocco’s Parish Hall was filled with round tables adorned in cotton floral tablecloths. Ladies in hats, some elegant, some quirky, sat and sipped tea from China tea cups. All had come out for the Third Annual Mad Hatter’s Tea Party held by the Glen Cove Hospital Auxiliary.
If you ask Msgr. Robert Clerkin, pastor of St. Paul the Apostle Church where his parish is, the answer won’t be simple.
His assignment papers when he came here in 2002 read “St. Paul the Apostle Church, Brookville.” Yet the church sits on Route 107 right near the high school, middle school and administration building for the Jericho School District, and across Route 107 from the State University of New York at Old Westbury.
Firefighters are known as heroes, and one local man hasn’t let having a brain tumor stop him from serving his community. On June 15, Michael Hallquest of Glen Cove participated in the annual New York Brain Tumor Walk and his team raised more than $12,000 for the National Brain Tumor Society.
Glen Cove High School held its commencement ceremony on June 22. The number one and two students in the Class of 2013 are Elias Blinkoff and Nicole D’Ambrosio.
Morgan Park Summer Music Festival recently held its annual Young Performers Talent Competition at St. Patrick’s Parish Hall in Glen Cove. Fifteen very talented vocalists and instrumentalists played and sang before four judges.
In the past few weeks you may have noticed trucks on the road advertising a unique - and necessary - service. In late May, The Junkluggers, a New York City-based company, expanded into Nassau County, with the franchise owner's truck parked right in his driveway in Glen Cove.
At this point, those trucks are, in the fact, the company's primary form of advertising, and it works.
The president of the North Shore School Board, Carolyn Mazzu Genovesi, was present with Board Trustee Tom Knierim, Assistant Superintendent for Business Olivia Buatsi, and Legislative Action Committee Chairperson Thomas Murphy, when Governor Cuomo’s senior administration presented details of their plan to restructure LIPA at a recent public meeting held at SUNY Old Westbury on June 5.
RXR Glen Isle Partners, in cooperation with the City of Glen Cove and the Glen Cove CDA/IDA, kicked-off Long Island’s newest family festival, Sea Faire at Glen Cove, which will be held Independence Day weekend, July 6-7, at the waterfront along Garvies Point Road. The festivities are presented by Title Sponsor, RXR/Glen Isle Partners, LLC with support from Bethpage Federal Credit Union and Chevrolet. Proceeds will benefit the City of Glen Cove Youth Bureau.
Sea Cliff Beach was packed on Saturday, June 1, when the Music on the Harbor series kicked off with the annual benefit for the Sea Cliff Fire Department. While volunteers from the department served up hamburgers and hot dogs from the grill, beachgoers enjoyed music from local bands Kingfisher, Live Stock and Chickenhead. Expect free live music at the beach every Friday night throughout the summer, weather permitting.
The 10th Annual Cooking for a Cure event to benefit the Diabetes Research Institute (DRI) touched the hearts of community members. Not only did the dinner help reach the $700,000 mark for funds raised through local charity events for diabetes research, but this year’s proceeds were donate to the DRI in loving memory of Glen Cover Joe Mansi, who sadly passed away this year at age 77.
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