IGA Food Basket Stays Put on Seventh Street
This just in: IGA Food Basket is staying put. Supermarket owner Charles Reichert, his employees and local residents alike were thrilled to hear last Friday morning that the store, which has been in Garden City's downtown for the past 19 years, will continue doing business on Seventh Street after all.
Residents Itching for an Answer About Historic Landmark
With several options on the table as to what to do with St. Paul's, Garden City resident Bob Davis, who was personally involved with the Committee on St. Paul's when the assisted living option arose, asked the new mayor and board during the May 1 meeting, "What is the basis upon which a final decision will be made regarding St. Paul's? Do trustees collectively and individually know what the residents want? Do the residents know what they want?"
Local Sports Briefs
The first Sunday of May showcased a budding cross-town lacrosse rivalry as the fourth grade Peter Coleman - Bob Jahelka - John Kufs coached Rams lacrosse team (2-0-1) hosted the undefeated Rockville Centre 'A' squad. Coach Coleman's Rams rode an impressive 10-game unbeaten streak, their last loss dating to the 2002 opener, a narrow 8-7 defeat at the hands of this same Rockville Centre club.
Recreation Department News
The Garden City Recreation Department will conduct a pre-school camp for girls and boys 3.5 to 5 years old who are residents of the Inc. Village of Garden City. Children who attend this camp must be 3.5 years by the start of the session. This camp will be held at the St. Paul's Cluett Hall from 10:30 a.m. to noon. The cost of each session will be $60. Arts and crafts, music, nature, and stories will fill the one and one half-hour class. The sessions are as follows:
Women's Ministries Thanks Local Merchant
From the Mayor's Office