Glen Cove Aid for New Orleans Evacuees
Mayor Mary Ann Holzkamp has teamed up with Rev. Roger Williams, pastor of Glen Cove's First Baptist Church, for a local humanitarian effort to assist the devastated survivors of hurricane Katrina. Rev. Williams' hometown is Baton Rouge, Louisiana; he and his family know the extent of the destruction firsthand. "Rev. Williams is from Louisiana. We will do everything possible to help his home parish in Baton Rouge as the parishioners comfort and shelter 300 people who survived this disaster," said Mayor Holzkamp.
Arterial Highway Mural Receives Facelift
Motorists entering Glen Cove via Arterial Highway will notice that the west side retaining wall has received a facelift. A new mural, an original design by Glen Cove artist Maria P. Lewis, draws its inspiration from the familiar view of Long Island Sound as seen from Morgan Park.
Give It Your All in 4th Annual Run for Heroes
Runners and walkers will come together the morning of Saturday, Sept. 10 in the 4th annual Run for Heroes, which starts and finishes at the Glenwood Landing Firehouse on Grove Street. The event honors the life and memory of FDNY Deputy Chief John Paolillo, a Glen Head resident and avid runner lost in the line of service at the World Trade Center collapse.
North Shore High School Vikings
This summer Catie De Stio of North Shore High School was probably away from home more than she was actually there.
The Mayor Had Done Her Homework
Devastated by Tornado