Shalvoy Rows to Pryibil, Because Glen Cove CARES
On July 9, Rick Shalvoy, who embarked last week on a 300-mile "Row for a Cure" around Long Island in a 19-foot dory, rowed onto Pryibil Beach to a cheering crowd of well-wishers. Mr. Shalvoy's yearly test of endurance, begun four years ago after the death of his dear friend because of breast cancer, is to raise funds and awareness for breast cancer research. His stop in Glen Cove was made in special recognition of a newly-forged friendship with Glen Cove CARES, (Cancer Awareness Resource and Education Source), and the foundation's president and founder, Terry Petikas.
Glen Cove's Firefighters Never Duck Their Duties
On Friday, June 29, at about 3 p.m., Fred LaMere, a member of the Glen Cove Fire Department, was checking out the Mill Pond in the rear of the firehouse. He was just in time to see the last of what were seven ducklings fall out of the pond into the sluiceway under Charles Street. Mother mallard was frantically quacking and flapping her wings calling for them to return to her. Unfortunately, there was the fact that there was a five-foot wall to contend with and they were only about three weeks old.
Glen Cove Senior Softball Teams Lead at Halfway Mark
'You Don't Stop Playing Because You Grow Old; You Grow Old Because You Stop Playing.'
The Golf Corner
Profile: Howard Robertson, head golf professional, Glen Cove municipal course.
Circus at Steamboat Restaurant
Steamboat Landing Introduction