Playing for a MIRACLE
The life of Garden City resident Mike Tenaglia, who was diagnosed with a very rare and deadly form of cancer 22 months ago, is a miracle and he plans to spread the effects of his miracle with others through a foundation he formed this past January after he was cured. This Saturday, Aug. 5, at noon, those wishing to help the MIRACLE Foundation can do so by participating in the Year 2000 Wiffleball Homerun Derby at St. Paul's field on the corner of Stewart Avenue and Hampton Road in Garden City.
Personnel, Class Size, Academics and Athletics Discussed at Board of Ed. Meeting
Although it was specifically planned to discuss personnel matters, discussion at the special meeting of the Garden City Board of Education, held last Thursday, ranged from class size to the athletic program, issues raised by members of the community.
Hogan and Kreidman Receive Scholar-Athlete Awards
Mary Beth Hogan and Elizabeth Kreidman, both students at Garden City High School, are among the 30 students from Nassau and Suffolk Counties to receive the EAB/News 12 Scholar-Athlete Award. The recipients of this award were selected for their outstanding achievement in the classroom, athletic competition, leadership, and service to their respective communities.
Men's Over 35 Softball Standings
On Sunday afternoons and evenings, some of the best softball action around can be found at Community Park where the Recreation Department men's Over 35 Softball League plays. Featuring many of the players who became legends in the "open" summer league, the Over 35 League games are always competitive, hotly contested and lots of fun.
Karl V. Anton, Jr.
From The Mayor's Office