A 'Devil' of a Time in Sea Cliff
On Aug. 5, New Jersey Devil Sergei Nemchinov, a resident of Locust Valley, brought the prestigious Stanley Cup, the trophy won by the NHL Champions each year, to Our Lady of Kazan Russian Orthodox Church in Sea Cliff to the delight and enjoyment of more than 150 parishioners, guests, volunteers of the Gift of Life, and especially hockey fans. He did this to promote a cause very dear to his heart. In addition to being a Devil on the ice, Mr. Nemchinov is an angel to numerous children who, through the Russian Gift Of Life, are able to come to the United States from Russia and neighboring republics for life-saving heart operations sponsored by Rotary's Gift of Life Program.
'Timber!' Heard Near Mill Pond
A crew of trained arborists from the Asplundh Tree Expert Company felled a select number of trees and trimmed limbs on others this week as part of the first phase of the Mill Pond Constructed Wetlands Project. Mayor Suozzi thanks Asplundh Tree Experts for donating their equipment, services and crew to this worthwhile project." I am very grateful to Asplundh for their generous contribution. This type of work would be very costly and Asplundh has freely given their services to the City of Glen Cove, said the mayor.
Gavosto Returns From Golf Tour
Steve Gavosto, three time Jr. PGA golf champion, returned home to Glen Cove after competing in two tournaments in Southern California. "I am happy to be back in Glen Cove," said Steve. "California is great and the golf competition was intense." Steve had a short break in the local Met PGA tournament schedule in early August and was able to compete in the SCPGA (Southern California Junior PGA). "This was really a eye-opening experience. I could not believe how much the time change and jet lag affected my physical condition.
Grenville Baker Hosts Pidge Martin Golf Tournament
On Monday, Sept. 18, the Grenville Baker Boys & Girls Club will host the 30th annual Pidge Martin Golf Tournament at The Creek in Locust Valley. The tournament is named for one of the club's founders, Milward W. ("Pidge") Martin. The registration fee is $300 per player, which includes greens fees, a brunch buffet and dinner reception. The Creek is known for its beautiful and challenging golf course making this tournament one of the few opportunities to play its greens. It is, therefore, a very popular event and space is limited.
Glen Cove Left in the Dark
Message to School Board