Trojans Win Long Island Football Championship
Nov. 25 marked the second Long Island Football Championship earned by the Garden City Trojans. In front of a crowd of 6000 at Hofstra stadium, the boys achieved a win over the North Babylon Bulldogs. Garden City's last win in the Championships was in '93 against West Islip when the team won 14-9. On Saturday, the boys upset the Bulldogs and won with a final score of 20-13.
Board of Education Rejects All Bids for Middle School Project
The November Board of Education meeting was extremely busy as Joseph Guidice, from the construction manager, Kreisler Borg Florman (KBF), reported on the progress taking place at Stratford and Stewart Elementary Schools and the board of education announced the names of the members of the newly created budget advisory committee in addition to announcing their rejection of all the bids for the middle school project, following the threat of legal action from one of the general construction contract contenders.
G.C. Trojans Battle the Wantagh Warriors
On Saturday, Nov. 18, the Garden City Trojans defeated the Wantagh Warriors by a final score of 33-14. Garden City has now won the Nassau County Conference II Championship and will now go onto the Long Island Championship.
Recreation Department News
The recreation department is pleased to announce that once again this winter, a Gym Program for elementary school age youngsters will be conducted weekday afternoons after school. Due to the ongoing construction in both of the elementary schools, this program has been moved to the Saint Paul's Field House. Both Stewart and Stratford children will attend the same sessions.
From the Mayor's Office