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July 10, 1998

  • NEWS: Looking Back on the 1997-98 School Year

    As the activities at the Garden City Pool begin and the Recreation Department gears up for its summer youth camp programs, the last thing most kids want to think about right now is school, but before the 1997-98 school year becomes a memory, Garden City Life thought we'd take a moment to celebrate the accomplishments of the students in the many schools in Garden City and reflect on the year. The Garden City Union Free School District, St. Anne's School, St. Joseph's School, the Waldorf School, Resurrection Lutheran Preschool, Garden Manor Preschool, Garden City Nursery, Community Church Nursery, and more, all call the Village of Garden City home. The hallowed halls of the Village's many schools were bustling with activity from the very first day of classes until the many graduation ceremonies and final days of classes held this June. FULL STORY

  • NEWS: Ad Hoc and Gisolfi Firm Work Toward a New Bond

    With the help of Peter Gisolfi Associates, the architectural firm recommended by the Ad Hoc Committee and engaged by the district, the team of volunteers from the community are working to develop a new bond proposal to put before the voters before the close of 1998. The initial review of the existing contracts between the formerly employed architectural firm, Wiedersum Associates, and the formerly employed construction management firm, Orifici and Associates, has been completed. Visits have been made to all of the schools in the Garden City Union Free School District and a complete review of the defeated bond has been accomplished. Now the committee is working on needs assessment and competitive reviews for a new construction management firm. FULL STORY

  • SPORTS: Karate Students Receive Belt Promotions

    Twenty-four children attending the young children's program at Charles Water's Hwang Karate Studio, located in Williston Park, received promotions recently. The following students have received their promotions. These students have shown their respect by listening, have increased their physical coordination and have built upon their strengths as people to feel good about who they are. These children are the leaders of tomorrow. FULL STORY

  • SPORTS: Adults Enjoy a Night Out

    A new and fun way to spend a Saturday evening has arrived, an evening at the karate studio. At Charles Water's Hwang Karate Studio, the evening began at 6 p.m. and was officially over at 11 p.m., but everyone stayed for a late night snack. FULL STORY

  • OPINION: Proposing a GCVAC
  • OPINION: Dates to Remember

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