RECREATION DEPT. TEEN-AGE PROGRAM IS ANNOUNCED
The FreeportRecreationDepartment's Teen-age Canteen will be-gin
its winter schedule on Friday Evening, November 8th, at Bayview
All youngsters 14 to 18 years of age are invitedto attend this week-ly
co-recreation program. A very active year has been planned by the
Jr. Council, the teen-agers own representatives, who do much in form-ing
the back bone of this groups activities. As in the past, basketball,
volleyball, wrestling and badminton will be offered in the gym. Dancing
to records, ping pong and quiet games will be provided for-in the cafe-teria.
A new addition to the program, this season, will be a class in arts
and crafts to be instructed by Mrs. Melvina Tilgner and is scheduled .to
be held each Friday, evening in the basement-• of 'the Bayview Avenue
School. Pepsi-Cola will also be available for the thirsty.
Arrangements have already been made with the Board of Educa-tion
to show a series of 4 full length movies in the BayviewAuditorium.
These movies are: : . . ^ . :• ; ' ..:
--.;„;. ,- ."Go-Man Go" a picture about the Harlem Globe Trotters.
"Her. First Romance" starring Margaret O'Brien.
- •• ."Ginger" which has to do with a boy and his dog., ' ' " ' •" :
. : ,T'.'Africa Screams" with Abbott & Costello.
Once a month there will be a Teen-age Dance in the gym and will
feature the live music of "The Rocking Chairs". To attend any of the
Department Dances, youngsters must come dressed for the occasion.
. Other plans-for this year's Teen-age Program will include a trip
to an Ice Hockey Game at Madison Square Garden and also to a profess-ional
basketball game in New York. Another trip that is being looked
into is a winter swimming party.
The Recreation Department would like to extend an invitation to
this years 9th graders, who are now eligible to participate in this pro-gram,
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The following is the Building Report for the month of August, 1957.
Published monthly by the Village of Freeport •
Vol. 7-11 November, 1957
19 Permits issued for New Construction. Cost
28 Permits issued for Additions & Alterations
The above picture shows the Mayor and Board of Trustees con-gratulating
Chief Mitthauer and his Officers on the many trophies they
have won this year, including the most cherished of all, the State Cham-pionship
trophy which they won at Elmira, N. Y.
Some of the trophies can be seen in the background.
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Bulletin issued monthly in the
interest of residents of the
Village of Freeport
WILLIAM F. GLACKEN, Mayor
Theo. M. Lang
H. Irving Grebinar
Robert S. McLellan
Arthur R. Muller
Leonard D. B. Smith, Treasurer
For information concerning Village
facilities, residents are invited to
Telephone the Village Clerk,
Richard H.Raynor - Freeport.8-4000
Board of Trustees 3rd Monday
Board of Appeals 3rd Wednesday
Sewer Commission First Thurs
Park Commission On Call
Planning Board On Call
Plumbing Board 3rd Mon.
Civil Defense Last Thursday
Light & Water Last Thursday
•Y;; LEAF^BURNING IN ROADWAY PROHIBITED BY ORDINANCE
Mr. Stephen A. Coffey, Superintendent of Public Works,, wishes
to call to the attention of the owners arid/or occupants of- property"in
Freeport that it is contrary to local ordinance to. burn refusein the road-way.
This is especially pertinent now since a number of streets have
been paved arid continuous heat will cause these.surface's to bulge and '
buckle, creating holes i n t h e gutter. "•:'"*'" • • ' . • " • • . '
Mr. Coffey also wishes to call attention to the Ordinance which
prohibits the depositing of any refuse or debris upon any street, side-walk,
or public place or in any private land or premises, except where
such substances shall be kept in-water-tight, covered containers.
It is further provided by local ordinance that the owner/occupant
shall keep the contiguous sidewalks free from dirt, weeds and other ob-struction
and encumbrances and shall cause such sidewalks to be clear-ed
of snow and ice within twenty-four hours after such snowfall shall have
ceased or ice has formed.
This enclosure is of great importance to the residents of Free-port
as it keeps them well informed on matters pretaining to the Village.
Many important notices will appear in it and we feel it would be
worth your while to read it from cover to cover.
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Elevation of the Long Island Railroad Tracks at Brookside Avenue
in Freeport, the first step in the Grade Crossing Elimination. One up
Seven to go.
FOR THE CHRISTMAS SEASON
If you have a Christmas Tree that you would like to donate to the
Village, contact Mr. Clinton Walling, Supt. of Electric Utilities -----
Telephone - Freeport 8-4000.
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The Village Board has authorized the closing of the Village Hall
at 1 P.M. on Christmas Eve and New Years Eve, to make it possible
for all employees to leave at that time.
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