District Reviews Proposed School Budget
The Garden City School District began its first of four budget work sessions March 4. The following reviews that meeting and the March 11 meeting, budget work session #2.
Pending Legislation Could Affect Delivery of Quality Health Services
As the ranking Republican member of the Assembly Health Committee, Assemblywoman Maureen O'Connell (17th A.D.) recently heard the testimony of local health care providers, particularly physical and occupational therapists, with regard to a piece of legislation currently pending that could greatly affect the delivery of care in New York State.
Recreation Department News
The annual Easter egg hunt, run by the recreation department, will be held on the grounds of St. Paul's Saturday, March 30. The hunts will begin promptly at 10 a.m. There will be three hunts for the following age groups: pre-school and kindergarten, first and second grades and third, fourth and fifth grades. The children will be searching for all kinds of candy treats as well as "numbered eggs," which will win special prizes.
Local Sports News
At Swing for Kids XI (SFK), the annual golf and tennis tournament, Tilles Center for the Performing Arts honors Garden City resident Charles Strain, managing partner of Farrell Fritz, P.C., one of Long Island's largest full service law firms.
President Bush's 'Axis of Evil'
From the Mayor's Office