SC Coffee vs. SC Village Litigation Still Brewing
The Village of Sea Cliff has responded to the summons they received from the Sea Cliff Coffee Company and the document is available for perusal at village hall. Robert Ehrlich filed the summons on September 16 on behalf of his coffee company and the village responded officially on October 22. The Record Pilot has acquired a copy of the 29-page response.
Vets Gather for Tribute on 11/11 at 11 A.M.
On Veteran's Day 2004, a large crowd brimming with respect, love and gratitude gathered at the Doughboy Monument in front of the Glen Cove Library to honor all veterans from all wars, and, on a more personal level, to honor Staff Sgt. David Whitting, whose long and illustrious military career has earned him the Special Forces Tab with Green Beret, Ranger Tab, Combat Diver Badge, Combat Medic Badge, American Jump Wings, Indonesian and Thai Jump Wings, the Army Commendation Medal for exceptionally meritorious service and now the designation by VFW Post #347 and his home community as Veterans Day 2004 Honoree.
Glen Cove High School Bid Red Sports
The Glen Cove Junior Varsity football team capped a very successful season on Saturday, Nov. 6 by defeating Plainedge 20 - 6. The JV freshmen and sophomore players are particularly passionate about the game of football Coach Tony Gallo attributes the team's success to its focus and determination to meet each challenge as well as each individual player's ability to play as a team. Coach Gallo congratulates his team on a great season.
Cardinals Are Diamond Pros Fall Champions
The Glen Cove Cardinals are the 2004 Diamond Pros Fall League champions, having successfully defended the title from last year. This was the fourth championship of 2004; the team boasts being the Connie Mack champs, Baseball Heaven July 4th champs, the Glen Cove Mayor's Trophy champs and now the Diamond Pros Fall League champs. The team's combined record for the past two fall seasons is 30 wins and 0 losses and now have won the fall championship three years in a row, one 16-U and two 18-U.
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