AAA New York offers more than just maps, directions and roadside assistance. You can book flights, hotels and car…More rentals, get travel directions, speak to trip advisors and even get point-to-point driving directions.</p>
<p>AAA New York's "Gas Watcher's Guide" provides ways to conserve gasoline; AAA New York also encourages the use of mass transit, bicycle riding and walking as alternatives to driving and has commissioned and published studies to help policymakers in their efforts to reduce air pollution.</p>
<p>For more information, visit AAA New York's Web site or call the number provided.</p>
Adelphi Breast Cancer Hotline & Support Program 1 South Ave, Garden City, NY11530 The Adelphi Breast Cancer Hotline & Support Program is a statewide, toll-free hotline available to anyone in New…More York with concerns or questions about breast cancer. The highly trained and professionally supervised volunteers, many of whom are breast cancer survivors themselves, offer education and emotional support to callers, and the support program offers counseling to people in a variety of situations pertaining to breast cancer. The support program features support groups, family and individual counseling and diversified support. In addition, this organization supports community education, legislative advocacy and representation of underserved communities.
Annex Adoption 100 Quentin Roosevelt Blvd, Garden City, NY11530 Annex Adoption, a nonprofit, charitable organization, offers a few types of adoptions like infant adoption, foster care…More adoption and international adoption along with services such as child custody, human services, child protection and welfare.
Assigned Counsel Defender Plan 1150 Franklin Ave, Garden City, NY11530 The Assigned Counsel Defenders work in conjunction with the Nassau County District Attorney to provide legal counsel for…More those who qualify for public defenders. Services can be arranged through the court system.
Budget Licensee Association 1100 Franklin Ave, Garden City, NY11530 Budget Licensee Association represents the franchise owners of Budget Rent-A-Car, a national rental car company. The…More association services franchise owners throughout the country.
The Cathedral of the Incarnation is not only a historic wonder in the village but a place of worship for a dedicated…More congregation. Since its founding, music has been an important part of cathedral life. It offers a varied choral program, a concert series and the largest pipe organ on Long Island.</p>
<p>The Cathedral Choir of Men & Boys is one of the few still remaining in the U.S. and Canada and was founded in 1883. Made up of boys, teens and professional men, the choir sings a vast repertoire of choral music masterpieces.</p>
<p>The Cathedral Girls' Choir was founded years later in 1933 and is comprised of 26 girls. They too perform a large repertoire of music. In 1998, the Schola Cantorum was established to expand the repertoire available for the Girls' Choir to sing and also give adult women an opportunity to participate.</p>
<p>Worship is offered Sundays at 8, 9:30 and 11:15 a.m. and at 8 and 10 a.m. during the summer; Tuesday-Thursday at 12:15 p.m. in the Lady Chapel; and on the first Sunday of the month from October-May a Choral Evensong is offered at 4 p.m. using the traditional Cathedral model.</p>
<p>The Very Reverend Theodore W. Bean, Jr. serves as dean.</p>
The Central Property Owners' Association (CPOA) provides the residents of the Central section of the village with the…More opportunity to voice their concerns and opinions regarding matters in their own section and the village at large. </p>
<p>Geographically, Garden City's Central section is west from Franklin Avenue and East from Rockaway Avenue and extends north to south in accordance with the village boundaries. </p>
<p>The CPOA has the power to nominate candidates for village and school board trustee positions through its nominating committee and also serves as a civic association residents can bring their concerns to. </p>
<p>All CPOA representatives are volunteers. Regular meetings are held on the second Tuesday of the month at 8pm in the Senior Center. Special meetings are held at 7:30pm in the Garden City Library's lower level. For more information or to contact the CPOA, visit the Web site given .</p>
<li>Pat DiMattia, president</li>
<li>Gary Kahn, vice president</li>
<li>Ed Finneran, treasurer</li>
<li>Pat Cunningham, secretary</li>
Christ Church is an Episcopal Church serving Garden City, Stewart Manor and Franklin Square with members from all…More over Nassau County. The church is an inclusive, Christ-centered community reaching out to all who seek a deeper relationship with God and others. The church offers worship services; social and spiritual events and classes; and social justice and ministry work within the parish, the local community and beyond. The church welcomes individuals of all ages and experiences with Christianity.</p>
In 1638 Roger Williams established the First Baptist Church in America in Rhode Island, whose…More government became the first in history founded on the guarantee of absolute religious freedom.</p>
<p>The events of the first Easter week are the cornerstones of a Baptist's faith: the death and resurrection of Christ. Holy Scripture always has been for American Baptists the authoritative and trustworthy guide for knowing and serving the God.</p>
<p>Church-in-the-Garden Baptist is located on Osborne Road in Garden City.</p>
<p>Sunday Worship: 10 a.m.; Sunday Service (July and August): 10 a.m.; Sunday School: 11:15 a.m.</p>
In 1929 a new parish was established to serve Catholics in Stewart Manor, a neighboring village of Garden City. In…More June of that year, Saint Anne's celebrated its first Mass in temporary space on Covert Avenue.</p>
<p>The growing parish community raised funds to build a permanent church but was unable to find space until they purchased land at the corner of Salisbury Avenue and Adams Street in Garden City. On June 22, 1930 parishioners witnessed the formal blessing and first Mass at the Church of Saint Anne.</p>
<p>Again, a growing congregation led to the need for more space. The convent on Fairmount Boulevard was built and the rectory on Adams Street expanded. It wasn't until 1964 that the Church of Saint Anne moved to Dartmouth Street; the Rectory followed in 1978. </p>