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Official Newspaper Inc Village School Distrlot Inc Village Sohool District "THE GOOD NEIGHBOR NEWSPAPER " ii^njiBiMilGS j ^ r B o c k o w o y R . Public Hi E . R. PuDiic Library 4 77 Atlantic Ave. blast Rockiiway, NY 11518 THE Since 1967 by Mailed Subscription Executive Ofticei: Seiffert Building, 2787 Long Beach Road, Oceanside, NY 11572] Post Office Box A, East Rockaway, NY 11518 (516) 764-2500 Jiahed we«e<kt>lycK foBrw $ay1-2L.Mynb roboyk tOheb wERrvLeOr P uCbolricpaotrioatnio »n1.6 SS(MecD|on d•• pCulabr-a lPOofftticaegLe SPeanidd aatd Rdoreetkfvi iV.chea Cngeen*tr e,t,o N' T.Yh.e U ESa7s0t aRnodck aadwdaiyti-oLnyanlb rmootkili nf ObMryer,A. Ea4 Bo«kaw«yt N.Y. U|18. VOL. 34 NO. 12 Wednesday, March 25,1987 30i PER COPY Geier, Dreyer,DeCarlo Win; ERA Slate Victorious Mayor William P. Geier scored a convincing reelec-tion victory, while incom-bent Trustee Norman Dreyer and Dominick DeCarlo Ayon seats on the Lynbrook Board of Trustees in the Village elections held on Wednesday, March 18, 1987. In East Rockaway, the slate fielded by the Action party was unopposed. Geier, who faced stiff opposition from his Inde-pendent Party Challenger, GEIER, DREYER WIN FOR GOOD GOVERNMENT. Mayor William P. Geier and Trustee Norman L. Dreyer congratulate each other on their reflection victory in the March Ittth village election. Joining them at the Tally Ho firehouse on election night are Village Trustee Stephen T. Grogan, Leo V. Lanning and former Trustee and Deputy Mayor Michael Krawchi^. Tree City, USA The Incorporated Village of Lynbrook USA has once again been named Tree City USA Mayor William P. Geier said today. It is the 3rd Girl Scouts Celebrate 75th Birthday "Come right over. I've got something for the girls of Savannah, and all America, and all the world, arid we're going to start it tonight." This was an invitation in the year 1912 from Juliette Gordon Low to a friend who operated a school for girls. The gathering that evening was the beginning of Girl Scouting in the United States. Mrs. Low had visited Great Britain and while there became friendly with Lord and Lady Baden- Powell, who were the founders of Girl Guides in Great Britain. She thought so much of the organization that she could hardly wait to return to her own country and begin Girl Scouting here. Girl Scouts from all over the country celebrated the seventy-fifth anniversary on March the 12th at 4 P.M. In Washington, D.C. the national Promise Circle was led by Girl Scout President Betty Pilsbury and First Lady Nancy Reagan, Jen-nifer Reddin, of Older Girl Troop 4107, of Malverne, was one of sixteen girls who represented Nassau Council of Girl Scouts at the National Promise Circle. Nassau Council of Girl Scouts celebrated he anni-versary in Roosevelt Field. Melissa Brown, of Lyn-brook Older Girl Troop 4007, and Frances Loftus, of Malverne Older Girl Troop 4107, represented ELLM Community at the Council Promise Circle. ELLM Community cele-brated the anniversary with two Promise Circles. At both locations there was an assembly of troops, flag and candlelight ceremonies with the recitation of the Promise and the Laws. The ceremo-nies were followed by refreshments. Lynbrook and East Rockaway celebrated at Wavefly Park School, Lyn-brook. Mary Gipson, of East Rockaway, was the chairperson assisted by Gail Meagher, of East Rockaway. In attendance were Mayor Geier, of Lynbrook; Trustee George Perry, of East Rockaway; Trustee Charles Formont, of East Rockaway; Mrs. Barbara Hayes, Principal of the Waverly Park School; Mar-garet Ricioppo, of Lyn-brook, ELLM Coordinator of Association Volunteers; Ann Cimento, of Lynbrook, Junior Consultant; Barbara Mauro, of Lynbrook, Lyn-brook Troop Organizer. Troops in attendance were: Daisy Troop #2102, East Rockaway, Leaders Jane O'Hara and Elizabeth A. Connors; Brownie Troop #2807, East Rockaway, Leaders Joyqe Murjphy, Kathleen Meehan and Gina H o n e r k a m p ; Brownie Troop #2101, Lynbrook, Leaders Susan Fischer and Amy Green; Brownie Troop #2103, Lynbrook, Leaders Marie Maier, Rosalie Mar-shall and Lydia Sacks; Brownie Troop #2163, Lyn-brook, Leaders Rhona Bar-bieri, Carol Hoeffner and Elaine Pearsall; Brownie Troop #2390, Lynbrook, Leaders Carol Murphy and Kathryn Fenimore and Brownie Troop #2902, East Rockaway, Leaders Pamela Shields, Vernce Markham and Ruth Montelione. Older Girl Troop #4007, Lynbrook, was partially (Continued on Page 4) time the Village has received this national recognition. The Tree City USA Honor comes from the National Arbor Day Foun-dation, a Nebraska based organization dedicated to encouraging tree care and tree planting programs across the Country, Mayor Geier said. Communities entering the N a t i o n w i d e J ? r o g r am received the Tree City desig-nation upon recommenda-tions by State Foresters. Communities qualify which meet the following standards: A Village Tree Ordinance, A Legal Tree Governing Body, A Com-prehensive Urban Forestry Program and Observance of Arbor Day. Mayor Geier and the Vil-lage Board take great pride in the ambiance generated by the Village Trees in main-taining a small village atmosphere. Tree City USA communi-ties receive a flag with the Programs Logo and a Walnut-Mounted Plaque. Winners also receive Tree City USA Community Signs, Maple Leaf Stickers will indicate additional qual-ifying years the foundation said. A Community's Tree Planting Program is a living memorial to the citizens concerns for the quality of life. The Beauty of the Trees and their practical benefits, will last for years to come. The Tree City USA Award is an excellent indication that Tree Care Responsibi-lites are being taken care of seriously. Robert Delmond, received 2,486 votes, or 53.14%, to Delmond's 2,192 votes. His margin of victory was 294 votes out of 4,678 cast. Deputy Mayor Norman Dreyer was also returned to office, gaining 2,361 ballots. Independent Party candi-date Dominick DeCarlo received 2,372 votes, and his election marks the first time in four years that the Inde-pendent has won any posi-tion in a Village election. "I am gratified to have the trust of the people of Lyn-brook for another four years," stated Mayor Geier on the eve of his reelection. "I believe that after carefully reviewing my record in office, the people decided to continue along the path we set four years ago to make Lynbrook a better place to live." In East Rockaway, the Action Party slate was unopposed. Deputy Mayor Irving Shaw was elected Mayor, while incumbent Trustee Anthony Santino received a vote of confidence for another four years. Cha-rles Formont was elected to the remaining Trustee slot. Meot Thfl Easter Bunny!!! GIRL SCOUTS CELEBRATE 75TH ANNIVERSARY: On March 12, 1987 the girl scouts of America celebrated their 75th anniversary at Waverly Ave. School including 9 troops in our area. At 4PM that day girl scouts across the nation joined hands and received the girl scout oath as a demonstration of unity. Left to right, Charles Formont, Trustee Elect East Rockaway; George Perry, Trustee East Rockaway; Mayor William P. Geier; Joan Rubin, Co. Leader Troop 2101; Barbara Hayes, Principal Waverly Park School, Mischelle Leonard, Co. Leader Troop 2101; Mary Gipson, East Rockaway organizer. Young children can per-sonally meet the Easter Bunny when he visits three Nassau County parks on Saturday, April 11, starting at I p.m. The rain date is 4/12. County Executive Tho-mas S. Gulotta suggested that parents bring cameras for the special occasion. Gulotta added that wrapped chocolate eggs will be handed out to all of the youngsters. The Easter Bunny's sche-dule follows: Bay Park, First Avenue, East Rockaway, 1 to 3 P.M., for ages 6 and under (593-5855). Cedar Creek Park, Mer-rick Road, Seaford, I to 3 P.M., for ages 6 and under (781-6337). Eisenhower Park, Hemp-stead Turnpike, East Mea-dow, Parlcing Field # 2, I to 4 p.m., for ages 8 and under. A puppet show will be shown at 2 P.M. (542-4480). Meeting The Easter Bunny on April 11 promises to be fun!
|Title||Observer_1987-03-25; East Rockaway/Lynbrook Observer|
|Description||This is a newspaper distributed locally within East Rockaway and Lynbrook, Bay Park and Hewlett Point|
|Creator||Charles L & Jean P. Warner|
|Publisher||Charles L & Jean P. Warner|
|Contributors||Scanned and Prepared by Hudson Microimaging, Port Ewen, NY 12466|
|Source||East Rockaway Public Library; HSERL|
|Rights||The Newspaper is in the public domain and Digital Rights Held by East Rockaway Public Library and the Historical Society of East Rockaway & Lynbrook|
"THE GOOD NEIGHBOR NEWSPAPER "
ii^njiBiMilGS j ^ r B o c k o w o y
R . Public
E . R. PuDiic Library
4 77 Atlantic Ave.
blast Rockiiway, NY 11518 THE
Since 1967 by Mailed Subscription
Executive Ofticei: Seiffert Building, 2787 Long Beach Road, Oceanside, NY 11572]
Post Office Box A, East Rockaway, NY 11518 (516) 764-2500