Jan 22 2009

Alley Pond Striders on the Long Island Motor Parkway Greenway


Lynn Henry has submitted information on the Alley Pond Striders. This running and walking club has over 250 members and serves the communities of Eastern Queens and Nassau County.


Now in its 20th year, the Striders continue to actively promote the enjoyment of walking and running in Alley Pond Park including the 2 1/2 mile section on the right-of-way of the Long Island Motor Parkway.


Membership information and walk and run times can be found in the club's newsletter The Strider .


Enjoy,

Howard

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Comments

Jan 25 2009 Mark Dill 6:42 PM

I’m sending this link to my wife, Howard. We’re both runners and will be in Myrtle Beach, SC for the marathon Valentine’s Day weekend. She is the newsletter editor for the North Carolina Road Runners Association and will appreciate the quality of the Strider newsletter.

Oct 18 2009 Harry Bell 2:30 PM

Hi Howard

I have read the comments on the L.I. Automotive Museum with interest. I am amazed the building is still there. Real estate taxes on that corner must be speep. I was never in the Museum but my friends & I got a wave and a laugh from Briggs Cuningham driving one of Clarks open wheel racrs to the Bridgehampton track. Our 1950’s Plymouth had sign on the back “4.6 litre Ferrari dump truck”. I could be way off base but I think Austin Clark or his family owned the Cubian American Sugar Company. Of course Fedel Castro changed that and this may have put an end to the money flowing into Museum.

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