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p Official Newspaper Inc Village School District Inc Village School District "THE GOOD NEIGHBOR NEWSPAPER " OBSERVER^ Since 1967 by Mailod Subscription jf ^ Exocutive Offices: Seiffert Building, 2787 Long Beach Road. OceansylirNYjl572 Post Office Box A, East Rockaway, NY 11518 E. R. Public Library 4 77 Atlantic Ave. East Rockaway, NY 11518 COMMUNITY" Tb« East Rockaway Lynbrook Obierver Publicalion #1<SM0 is pub-lished weekly for SI4.N by the ERLO Corporation. Second Class Postage Paid at Rockviile Centre, N.Y. 11570 and additional mailinf offices. Send address changes to The East Rockaway-Lynbrook Observer, Box A. East Rockaway, N.Y. I1S18 VOL. 36 NO. 25 Baseball Camp Wednesday^ljuiy j l f l 9 8^ 35c P E R COPY if INSTRUCTIONAL BASEBALL CAMP. The Lynbrook Recreation Department held its annual Instructional Baseball Camp during the week of June 26-June 30 at Greis Park. The boys and siHs, ageis 8-12, w^ejnstructed in the fundamentals of baseball by Lynbrook Varsity Baseball Coach Don Roth and his staff. The campers also spent a morning at the Whitey Ford Batting Range. Approx-imately 55 boys and girls attended the week long camp. Pictured are the campers and staff. Village Road Improvement Project r Section I E.R. Nursing Home Award MR. ROBERT KEON, Administrator of the East Rockaway Nursing Home presents the '^Outstanding Employee Award" to Mrs. Sallie Mullahey, Director of Admissions. Mrs. Mullahey a resident of East Rockaway for many years has been employed at the Nursing home for sixteen years. Mrs. Marilyn Keon, Office Manager (Sallie's Supervisor), her family friends, staff and residents attended a special luncheion given in her honor. m- Casualty In the "Fire" Room Section II Mayor Geier is pleased to announce that the first phase of the Village's Road Improvement Project has been awarded to Bi-County Construction Corp., and construction should begin around early July. The streets included in Section 1 and II of the Road Improve-ment Project are indicated on the adjacent (or wherever it is placed in paper) map. Mayor Geier Advises resi-dents that while the project during the construction pijiase will cause some incon-veniences, the objective of the overall project is one that is for the betterment of the entire Village. Mayor Geier further advises that if any residents have any problems or questions regarding the Road Improvement Project, to call either his office (599- 8784) or Village Hall (599- 830.0). The injuries were not too serious, for the "victim" was one of the Grist Mill Muse-um's manikins that had already suffered a fractured skull, a broken arm, and the loss of a hand! However, it is an antique stretcher from the Main Street Firehouse that she has been placed upon. WARNING: "graphic details of injuries are shown, children should be warned," as they say on TV. The influx of fifefighting material into the Museum's "Fire Room" started when committee member Mary Gipson was able to obtain a large showcase for the room. Also fireihan Jim Duncan started going over some all-but-forgotten fire memorabilia. To date, he has filled the case and there is more to come. Work has begun on the TOM REDDY's TOOL SHOP exhibit; and, hope-fully, it should be completed by the end of August. Experts from the Town of Hempstead are in charge and have been quite impressed with our collec-tion of old tools. As the work goes on they suggested that I ask local residents if they have any 19th century tools that they might be willing to donate to the exhibit to contact the Village Hall. While searching for other articles for the toolroom, one of the men came across a small, old handplow suit-able for a four-year old child. "It might be a toy plow or one made by a farmer for his son when he accompan-ied his father." Not being knowledgable about tools, and not even being able to hammer a nail without bending it, ye his-torian was delighted with the small child's plow. This would make an attractive addition to the farming exhibit setup showing the farmer using a seeder owned by Floyd Johnson. If anyone should have a small boy manikin or doll that could be dressed in overalls, it would be more than welcome. Once more we are trying to keep the Grist Mill Museum, mostly if not all, of and from "We the PEO-PLE" of East Rockaway. A panel of color photos given by the OBSERVER are on display in the Museum. Come and find yourself! Tripp Returns to Bethany SINGING AT BETHANY. Alva and Drusilla Tripp, who have both appeared in opera, are visiting East Rockaway from Germany and will sing at the July 16th 9:30 a.m. service at Bethany Congregational Church in East Rockaway on Main Street. Alva grew up in East Rockaway, attending grade and high schools before pursuing a careeer .'a opera. He also attende*^ Bethany Sunda. School and sang in the church <'hoir bc.ore leaving our shores for Germany where the couple have been active in Gospel work recently.
|Title||Observer_1989-07-12; 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 "
Since 1967 by Mailod Subscription jf ^
Exocutive Offices: Seiffert Building, 2787 Long Beach Road. OceansylirNYjl572
Post Office Box A, East Rockaway, NY 11518
E. R. Public Library
4 77 Atlantic Ave.
East Rockaway, NY 11518
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