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A Day Or Night With The Ducks By Ronald Scaglia rscaglia@antonnews.com erry Seinfeld once remarked about baseball, “As long as the grass is green, the gloves are leather and the bats are wood, I’m good.” Many diehard baseball fans might agree with this. Oh, but there is so much more. Attending a baseball game can stir so many emotions. There’s the flood of nostalgia among adults as they recall the happy memories of attending baseball games during their youth. There’s the excitement in the faces of the children as they get to see their heroes live and the thrill of chasing and capturing a foul ball that’s been hit into the stands. The crack of the bat, the pop of the glove, and the buzz of the crowd which escalates to a full-

blown roar whenever a player on the home team makes a big play, all of these make baseball games special to attend. And somehow, the Ducks enhance this experience when playing at Bethpage Ballpark. Because of its intimate setting, fans are up close up to the action, so every pitch, every hit, and every play is not only observed, it’s experienced. Bud Harrelson, co-owner, senior vice-president of baseball operations, and first base coach, emphasizes that the Ducks provide affordable, family entertainment. Inducted into the Mets Hall of Fame in 1982, Harrelson says that Bethpage Ballpark provides better amenities than his former home, Shea Stadium. Among these are easy access for fans,

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free parking, frequent promotional giveaways, and a good baseball game. “This is the best thing I’ve ever done in baseball,” Harrelson says proudly as he sits in the trainers room prior to a game waiting to take the field with his teams. “There was never a minor league baseball team on Long Island before. It’s impacted the community that I live in.” Harrelson’s statement is quite fascinating, considering the memorable baseball moments he has been a part of. He is the only person to be on the field in a Mets uniform for both of their world championships. Harrelson was the shortstop during the Mets 1969 miracle season and was the third base coach in 1986 when the Mets won their second world championship in remarkable fashion. In fact, as Ray Knight came home to score the winning run of game 6 of that World Series, one of the most extraordinary baseball games ever played, it is Harrelson who ran behind him, waving his arms and urging him home. Yet, despite enough incredible baseball memories to span the career of several players, Harrelson still exhibits the same love and passion for the game as an 18year-old trying to break into “the show.” He hits the field about two and a half hours before game time as the players do their exercise routine. He tosses batting practice, catches the ceremonial first pitch, meets fans, signs autographs, and even lets some fans slip on his championship ring from that ’86 Mets team. And this is in addition to being the

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first base coach at home games. And when the team wins one at Bethpage Ballpark, something they have done quite frequently this season, you will see Harrelson running out onto the field to congratulate his players as if he were back at Shea in the autumn of 1986. “To see them all run out in the bottom of the ninth after a win, my heart goes like this,” says Harrelson as he pounds on his chest. That enthusiasm is something that the Ducks organization encourages in its players. According to Harrelson, players are ex-

pected to hustle and maintain a professional demeanor during games, so do not expect to hear players uttering profanities. Harrelson says that because the Ducks are independent and not affiliated with a major league franchise, they can be more restrictive about bad antics by the players as the members of the league cannot resort to filing grievances with a players’ association. Furthermore, he expects players to maintain a high level of respectability because they are members of the community. continued on page 6

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in front of the home’s marble fireplace, Lucci acknowledged many people in the audience including Kris Harder, a trustee who was instrumental in having Lucci stage her book signing in the newly restored home and headquarters of the GCHS. Lucci shared with the audience her love of Garden City. “I have such a strong feeling for this town. I grew up here and my husband and I raised our children here. What I have always loved about Garden City, even going to high school here, is that this is a town with multiple generations,” she gushed. “I thought there must be something to this that my parents chose to move to this town. I wanted to raise my children here, and we did. Now my children and my three grandchildren are all part of this community. I love it here and see so many familiar faces. I started thinking about the multiple generations who started watching my show [All My Children] with their mothers and grandmothers and are now watching with their children, much like the multiple generations who grew up in this town.” Lucci went on to discuss how her son convinced her to write the memoir and then entertained the group with anecdotes from the book and life growing up in Garden City. Afterward she took a seat in the parlor with her husband, Helmut, hovering over her, and graciously spoke with every guest in the home, signing books, and posing for multiple photos until the final person left two hours later. People who know or who have met Susan Lucci all seem to have the same impression of her being a genuinely nice person. One of the guests was an Episcopal priest: Reverend Gerardo Ramirez from St. Mary’s in Carle Place, who was celebrating his birthday and was unabashed in his

Susan Lucci Tells All Native daughter returns home to share memoir with friends and neighbors By Dr. Cynthia Paulis gardencitylife@antonnews.com he last golden rays of sunlight slipped through the white plantation shutters of the A.T. Stewart home, illuminating the living room, reflecting off the crystal chandeliers, as 100 people eagerly awaited the arrival of Garden City native Susan Lucci. The Emmy-winning actress, Broadway star, and author of the New York Times bestselling memoir, All My Life, looked fit and fabulous in an off-the-shoulder black top and short white skirt. Flashing her trademark smile, she greeted friends, fans, neighbors and members of the Garden City Historical Society (GCHS). Albert Intreglia, president of the GCHS, introduced Lucci to the audience and announced that she was being named the Historical Society’s first honorary trustee. Taking her place

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Old Westbury Gardens Prepares For Popular Summer Events By Ronald Scaglia rscaglia@antonnews.com ld Westbury Gardens is quite startling in its ability to delight the senses. Majestic iron gates created in the early 18th century greet visitors at the entrance on Old Westbury Road. A sweeping driveway, lined with trees and shrubs in an abundance of green, guides guests toward the Westbury House. The majestic dining hall has a hanging chandelier, finely detailed fireplace and portraits hanging on the wall as voices echo through the grand room. The house itself was built to be similar to the great houses of England, and it does, indeed, give a feeling of being transported to an English estate. Walking through the grounds of Old Westbury Gardens, the rippling of the water in the ponds, lakes, or at the center fountain provides the perfect complement to the breathtaking, peaceful, views, which help to capture the serenity of rural Long Island. The charming barns also contribute to this effect. And of course, the horticulture is spectacular. Whether it be the explosion of yellow, orange, and red that dances through the trees in autumn, grounds that are covered in pure white snow during the winter, or the emergence of lilies, tulips and cherry blossoms in the springtime, there is always something to behold at the former home of John “Jay” Phipps. However, the summer is when the professionally maintained gardens really sparkle. The climbing roses are just one of the many types of plants which explode during the summer months, attracting many visitors. “Mention Old Westbury Gardens at most times of the year, and visitors will likely envision Westbury House and our beautiful gardens,” says Director of Communications Vince Kish. “But during the warm summer months, while no less appreciative of the house and grounds, people understandably tend to think in terms of our outdoor events. And, particularly, since we’ve been presenting them for over 40 years, perhaps no two summer events are more closely associated with Old Westbury Gardens than our Picnic Pops Concerts Series and the Long Island Scottish Festival and Highland Games.”

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Visitors to Old Westbury Gardens will be delighted by the breathtaking views, including the charming gardens that are available for a stroll. Photo by Vince Kish

The Picnic Pops Concerts take place on five consecutive Wednesday evenings, beginning on July 11 and continuing through August 8. Some regular concertgoers have been attending these concerts for years, enjoying summer evenings listening to a big band.

One old-time favorite, returning again this year, is Vince Giordano and the Nighthawks. They will be performing at Old Westbury Gardens on July 18, playing continued on page 10

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“When you do stuff, you’re doing it in front of my friends,” he says. One of the Ducks most popular players is second baseman Ray Navarrete. He gives back to the community by visiting schools, hospitals and other charitable functions as well as participating in other community activities. Originally from New Jersey, Navarrete, who has been with the Ducks for seven years, has embraced Long Island and now calls Port Washington his permanent home. “We love it,” he says of Port Washington. ‘It’s a great town.” For someone who has reached the AAA level and been in the organizations of the Pirates, Astros and Mets, Navarrete has none of the selfishness or self-important qualities that some of today’s athletic stars demonstrate. He is quite friendly, polite, sincere, and has a genuine regard for both his team and its fans. “It’s been a great run,” he says of playing for the Ducks. “I’ve experienced some great moments.” While playing for Hall of Fame catcher Gary Carter in 2009, Navarrete was named Atlantic League MVP. He has been named to the Atlantic League All-Star Game four times, hit three home runs in a game during the 2008 season and last year was a part of a Ducks team that won both halves of the Atlantic League’s Liberty Division. Yet losing in the finals of the championship round last year still gnaws at him. So, on game days, he leaves his house around 1 p.m., grabs a quick lunch, works out in the weight room, meets with the training staff, prepares for the game with his hitting coach and may even take a hot or cold whirlpool treatment as he strives to make himself the best player he can be and help his team finish the unaccomplished business from last season. “It’s the hardest thing I’ve ever dealt with,” he says of last year’s loss in the Atlantic League championship, “And I’ve been released by two major league teams.” Fans attending a Ducks game are sure to see quality baseball. Navarrete says that the players in the Atlantic League are the best in baseball not playing in the majors or at the AAA level. Yet, in addition to the baseball, there are many other attractions for fans. Walking through Bethpage Ballpark during a game

provides the same feeling as being at a carnival, with a ballgame as one of the attractions. The ballpark is filled with youngsters having a good time while adults catch up in the festive environment. There’s a bouncy house for kids to jump around in as well as a speed-pitch attraction and a photo booth. Souvenirs are plentiful with duck bills that make a quacking sound being very popular with the teams’ younger fans. QuackerJack, the team’s mascot, is also a big part of the show, doing his routine for the fans. Kids are especially attracted to the mascot, as they flock to him to take pictures or just share a high five. During the game, there are always promotional activities on the field for the fans to participate in between innings and even win prizes. Among these are mascots dressed as hot dogs racing each other across the field, a tricycle race for kids, a dance contest, a field goal kicking challenge, a what’s-in-the-box guessing game and, perhaps most humorously, the dizzy bat race. In this contest, two fans spin continuously around using a wiffle ball bat as a prop, and then try to race each other while countering the dizzying effects of the spinning. There were quite a few chuckles as the contestants tumbled to the ground when trying to complete this race, And what’s a baseball game without food? In addition to the standard hot dogs, popcorn and French fries, there’s so many scrumptious options, similar to what would be found at a carnival. Patrons can enjoy fried clam burgers, fried clam rolls, sausage, chicken fingers and – yes they have these – fried Oreo cookies. For those who prefer to not clog up their arteries, other choices are available such as the turkey wrap. Located just north of exit 43A of the Southern State Parkway in Central Islip, Bethpage Ballpark is a great way for a family to spend a day or evening together, have some fun and not destroy a budget. Watching the plays that are made live and in person as opposed to on television offers a true perspective of how challenging the game is and how gifted the athletes are. Baseball fans, both diehard and casual, are sure to have a good time. And just for the record, the grass is green, the gloves are leather and the bats are wood.


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admiration. “I think she is a tremendous actress, I read the book and really liked it and I also saw her on Broadway. I had a friend who worked with her on her show who told me what you see is what you get. She’s down-to-earth, honest and funny. She’s not a diva,” Ramirez explained. “He told me she really tries to help other people on the show as they come on to do well. She’s a team player. I just like her and she is absolutely gorgeous. Seeing her up close, she was just charming.” Lucci is also very civic minded. One year, she helped out the Girl Scouts by speaking at a luncheon that raised money for the organization. She also took on the school board when they were going to drop German from the language department and won, according to another guest who was effusive in praise about Lucci. It’s a quality that village resident John Rhein was quick to note. “[Garden City] needs treasures. It has iconic buildings, a wonderful atmosphere and is a great drawing card for people. Garden City is a jewel on Long Island and it’s nice to have people like Susan Lucci and Nelson DeMille as inhabitants. They give [the village] panache,” Rhein pointed out. “I am also so glad she is so interested in the historic aspects of Garden City. She has been able to lend her talent and her celebrity to the cause of saving St. Paul’s, being a good friend of the village and a good booster.” After the guests all left and the champagne and desserts were gone, Susan Lucci still had time to sit down with the Anton newspapers to discuss her hometown and her future plans. Despite being a lifelong resident, she’d never been in the A.T. Stewart house, which had been moved from another location in the village. “It’s wonderful and it’s in such beautiful repair and I had no idea what to expect, but it’s just great and to finally come in here and make an appearance in my hometown is very special.” Lucci had also done a book signing in Lord & Taylor in March, which also evoked fond memories of her childhood. “I have many memories of going to lunch there at the Bird Cage with my mother. But this is the first time [I got to do something like this] in the heart of the Garden City community. These people are neighbors and friends—parents of kids I went to school with or whose children were raised alongside mine.” Lucci had several opportunities to move to California for her

career, but opted not to do so. “I was honored to be asked to do network television, but we would have had to move our family to California and my children were very little. I wanted to give them a sense of roots and stability and this is where I grew up. I knew what existed in this community, and as I said in my opening remarks I noticed that this was a mutigenerational town. [People have] roots here and that appealed very much to me.” As for how the town has changed over the years Lucci had this observation, “The population is somewhat larger than when I grew up here but I see a lot of the same faces, which gives continuity to this town and the generations. I also see more diversity in the town, which [is something] I embrace, which I think is always a good thing. I think it’s better in the classroom for the children and it’s better for all of us living in the community because we are all bound by that same love of the community, wanting to keep our homes beautiful and our schools excellent.” Lucci acknowledges having met many Garden City residents in her effort to help save St. Paul’s. “I was asked to speak and I did. I think it’s a landmark and a beautiful architectural feature of this community that is very branding to this community as people drive by it on Stewart Avenue. [St. Paul’s] is a gorgeous edifice and it would be a shame to have it torn down. I also love the parks and the green space. [Thankfully], there has always been a movement to save those green spaces and parks and keep them beautiful.” Now that Lucci’s show has ended she has moved on to new challenges. She shot a pilot for a new series with Desperate Housewives producer Mark Cherry that has currently not been picked up by the networks. In the meantime, the multi-talented actress will have a new show coming out in the fall that she’s uniquely qualified to host. “We have a brand-new primetime show coming out on the Discovery ID Channel called Deadly Affairs. It is a dramatic reenactment of crimes,” Lucci explained. “It’s about real-life love relationships and crimes of passion, which I know a little bit about from playing all those fictional stories as Erika [Kane]. Now we get to do it from real [crimes] and explore them.” To learn more about the Garden City Historical Society, how to become a member and visit the beautiful A.T. Stewart House go to www.gardencityhistoricalsociety.org

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music from the ’20s and ’30s, which should be familiar to fans of Laurel and Hardy or The Little Rascals. Performers at the other concerts are the Harlem Renaissance Orchestra on July 11, the Hot Sardines on July 25, James Langton’s NY All Star Big Band on Aug. 1 and Zon del Barrio on Aug. 8. Admission is $10, $8 for those 62 and older

and free for those 17 and younger who are accompanied by an adult. Guests may bring blankets, chairs and picnics. Another popular summer event at the Old Westbury Gardens is the Long Island Scottish Festival. This year, for the first time, it will be held on two days, Aug. 25 and 26. Both days will feature concerts, the playing of bagpipes,

The playing of bagpipes is one of the attractions at the Long Island Scottish Festival, which will be held this year on August 25 and 26. The Westbury House is in the background. Photo by Vince Kish

There is a large assortment of horticulture to be seen year-round at Old Westbury Gardens, including in springtime when tulips are blooming. Photo by Vince Kish

vendors selling Scottish fabrics, gifts, food, music, British autos, step dancing, dog agility demonstrations, and programs for kids. The Highland Games, including the caber toss will take place on the first day, while a Scottish Regiment battle re-enactment will be held on the second day. Traditionally, the most popular event at the Highland Games is the caber toss. A caber is essentially a tree, cut to a length of be-

tween 16 and 22 feet, trimmed and tapered with one end having a smaller diameter than the other, weighing in at between 100 and 180 pounds. The toss is judged for accuracy, not distance or height. Balancing the caber by the smaller end, the athlete attempts to toss it in a straight plane so that it lands on the larger end with the smaller end pointing directly upward. Barring a perfect (12 o’clock) toss, the judges

award points for throwing between 9 and 3 o’clock, and for highest degree of elevation. One theory on the origin of this unique sport suggests that Scottish warriors would toss trees to serve as temporary bridges over small streams. General admission to this festival is $15. Senior admission is $12 while admission for those between the ages of seven and 17 is $7.

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To our mother (Toni Contino), Congratulations Mom Mom! One year ago, you opened Mitch and Toni’s American Bistro in Albertson on Willis Avenue. You always tell us work hard at what you love and don’t think dreams don’t come true. Mom, you work hard at the restaurant and at being our mom, but we know you love it all. We are so very proud of you. Happy One Year Anniversary!! Anniversary

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