Why a Cow? A Moo-t Question
Standing proudly on its pedestal in front of the office building at 11 Grace Avenue in busy downtown Great Neck Plaza is the only member of the Cow Parade 2000 project that lives in Nassau County. She answers (or doesn't) to the name ''Cow-Moo-ter.'' (In case you missed the significance of that name, think of what many Great Neck residents do daily to get to work.) She was designed by Shavaun Devlin, and has the typical tie, Rolex watch, and wing-tipped shoes of a commuter. In her mouth is a copy of ''Moo-sday.''
Candidates, Imperatore and Lincoln, Speak Out
Though it is a long, long time from June to December, when the Great Neck Park District election is held, the Record asked the two candidates for their thoughts on the matter of the former Cohan property.
Great Neck Games 2000
When I asked special Olympics athlete, Rhonda Cohen, if she would like to write the opening speech for the 5th Annual Great Neck Games Special Olympics of Nassau County and read it to a crowd of 200 people, Rhonda enthusiastically responded, "Yes Amy, it would be an honor!"
The Great Neck Park District
On Saturday, July 8, at 8 p.m., Steppingstone Waterside Theatre will host New York Express Dance Company performing Strictly Latin. On Sunday, July 9, at 8 p.m., folk singer and songwriter Debbie Friedman will sing in both Hebrew and English. Details on both of these performances can be found elsewhere in the paper. Both shows are open to Great Neck Park District residents only. Park cards will be checked at the gate and two guests are allowed per park card holder. Should it rain on performance night, the entire show will be moved to the Parkwood Sports Complex.
Vacation Time Again ... Protect Your Home!
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