Garden City Junior and Cadette Girl Scouts got together for a Healthy Eating & Lifestyle Workshop presented by dieticians Amanda Julian and Lisa Calabrese of South Nassau Hospital on Oct. 22.
Amanda Russo and Emily Wenzel, both from Garden City High School’s graduating Class of 2006, recently faced off collegiately for the final time. The girls were teammates on the high school’s 2005 NYS Class A Championship Team, which went undefeated at 23 and 0.
This is a reminder for any child in Grades 3 and up who is registered for one of our dance classes and wants to participate in our year-end showcase. Your registration form for the showcase is now due. Rehearsals will begin the week of Nov. 30.
To Stewart Manor Elementary School students, running a marathon is more than a good physical workout: It’s an exercise in integrated learning and community service.
For the past three years, the sister pair of Kelsey and Jacqueline Raynor have enjoyed top finishes in the tennis counties and states. With her older sister attending Marist College on a scholarship, would little sister Jacqueline be able to continue the Raynor legacy? Absolutely! Little sister is no longer so little. At 5’ 9” Jacqueline Raynor delivers devastating forehands and crushing backhands.
There is no keeping a good Trojan down – not fitful rain, gusty wind or a tough opponent on the field. In a shut-out of 28-0, Garden City’s varsity football team made this year’s Homecoming game one to remember.
The Garden City Recreation Department is now registering for the 2nd session of our Children’s Tennis Program at the Community Park Tennis Facility. Registration begins immediately for residents of the Village of Garden City. This session of tennis will begin the week of Jan. 4 and run through April.
On Sept. 24, three Garden City High School social studies teachers boldly went where others have gone before, but they did it on their bicycles. Mark Quigley, Rob Wiedenhoft and Kevin O’Hagan joined Dr. Kenneth Jackson on his annual “All-Night Bike Tour” of New York City from midnight to 5 a.m.
The Garden City Recreation Department will run a preschool arts & crafts program in Cluett Hall for children who are 3.5 to 5 years of age. This program is open to Garden City residents only. Each week your child will make a project to take home following the seasons, holidays or other interesting topics. Our classes run for six weeks and are 45 minutes long. We will hold classes on the following days and times:
Tuesday at noon begins Nov. 10
Thursday at 12:15 p.m. begins Nov. 5
The cost of this six-week program is $30. To register, visit the Recreation Office at 108 Rockaway Avenue.
Holy Cross junior tennis player Matt Wierzel of Garden City was named Patriot League Male Tennis Player of the Month for September. It is the first time in program history that a Crusader men’s tennis player has been so honored by the Patriot League.
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