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An East Hills Event That’s So Spectacular, It’s Scary!

On Saturday, October 15, 2016 well over a thousand children, parents, grandparents and grandchildren, friends and neighbors in East Hills enjoyed a beautiful, temperate day at the Park at East Hills. The special afternoon event, known as “Spooktacular” was run superbly by the Kids in the Park Committee.” The Board was dressed in costumes ranging […]

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A Superb Softball Competition!

Gary Cohen was the winning captain, once again, in this, the 15th Mayor’s Trophy Tournament. This is Gary’s fifth championship.  In this competition, the format was changed to include solely four teams. Doubleheaders were also included to determine who qualified to get to the final. If teams were tied after 2 games a third game […]

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Security Forum Held on September 27, 2016

A Security Forum was held on Tuesday, September 27th to consider the installation of security cameras at all village exists and entrances. There were approximately 40 people in attendance. The meeting also included Mayor Michael Koblenz, Deputy Mayor Manny Zuckerman, and Trustees Clara Pomerantz, Brian Meyerson, and Stacey Siegel. Deputy Mayor Manny Zuckerman moderated the […]

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2016 Women’s Tennis Winners!

Winners! – The victorious Division “B” tennis players who captured the championship in the Long Island Women’s Inter-Club League, with a repeat of last year’s success, include, from left to right: Coaches Steve Alhadeff, Brandin O’Connell, and team members: Danielle Altman, Melissa Giordano, Debbie Goldberg, Judy Goldberg, Karen Greenbaum, Erica Goodman, Pam Lustrin, Mina Mandelbaum, Nicole Meyer, Lauren […]

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Packed Park Celebrated 85th Anniversary of East Hills

The Village of East Hills celebrated its 85th Anniversary in grand style on Saturday, September 3, 2016. “It was a great day for a great community.” said Mayor Koblenz who was honored during the festivities for procuring, planning and building the Park at East Hills. “We tried to have something of interest for everyone” said […]

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Hot Doggety

On Tuesday, August 30th, the Senior Activities Committee traveled down memory lane as they took a trip to Coney Island. As soon as they arrived the East Hills seniors were greeted and then given Famous Nathan’s hot dogs. Then a professional guide escorted the group on a tour of the area, pointing out the landmark […]

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Green Day, Great Day!

On Saturday, August 13th, 2016, the Village held its annual “Green Day.” Trustee Clara Pomerantz designed this special annual event to inform residents about the latest information on how to become more environmentally aware and impactful. Exhibitors included Home Depot, NYS Public Service Commission, Roslyn Water District, You Save Green, Essential Rose, Arbonne, NRG Solar, […]

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Extraordinary 85th Art Show for Residents Held

Above as shown, the fine art of our Jourdan Urbach, resident, when the park opened. The Village of East Hills celebrated its 85th anniversary on September 3rd at the East Hills Park. As part of the spectacular celebration the residents of the village were invited to submit their artwork for display. Media for the exhibit was limited […]

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Wellness Day Devoted to Lifestyle in East Hills

On Sunday, August 14th, the Village hosted its annual “Wellness Day.” Originally begun last year, Wellness Day is designed to inspire residents on a physical, mental and spiritual level to lead healthier, happier lives. There were nutritionists on site, yoga and fitness classes as well as informational exchanges. The event was organized by Trustee Clara […]

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Old Replaced by New, Modern Website Launched

  After a more than a decade, the East Hills website has been updated and re-launched. “We always like to adopt the newest technologies and, therefore, we re-designed our website” said Mayor Michael Koblenz. “Our prior webpage took up only three-quarters of a screen. Now, we will be able to use the full screen and […]

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