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July 17, 1998

  • NEWS: Hub Plans Moving Forward

    Garden City residents on the Environmental Advisory Board have been urging residents to become involved in monitoring the Hub plans, which they feel will directly impact the future of the Village in terms of traffic and the economy of the downtown shopping district. Recent hearings were held on the future of the Hub, but few residents from Garden City attended. Letter campaigns have been urged to help gain the support of politicians, and to make this a prominent issue in upcoming Congressional and local elections. FULL STORY

  • NEWS: Reception for Shirley Jessen Brings Adoring Fans

    As collectors, friends, fans, and supporters of promoting Long Island through artistic expression enjoyed the fine wine, cheese, and desserts offered at the Artist's Reception for Garden City's own Shirley Jessen, everyone raved about the art that graces the walls at the Huntington Arts Council. Shirley Jessen has been in the spotlight for her one woman art shows before, but this show, according to the artist who graciously took time during her reception to speak with Garden City Life, noted that this show is a particular honor in her career, as it has two sponsors, the Huntington Arts Council and the Art League of Long Island. It is rare for an artist's work to have more than one sponsor deem the work worthy not only to be exhibited, but to be supported as hers is now. FULL STORY

  • SPORTS: Greg Buckman, A Champion

    On June 21, Gregory Buckman, 31, of Garden City proved to himself and to the world that he has what it takes to complete a triathlon. FULL STORY

  • SPORTS: Recreation Department News
  • OPINION: Just Plain Facts
  • OPINION: CPOA Contributes to Wonderful Wednesdays

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