Malverne Village Hall 99 Church St, Malverne, NY11565 When Malverne became an incorporated village in 1921, a village hall was created on the second floor of an office…More building in the middle of town, which now houses a branch of Bank of America. After World War II, a beautiful Village Hall was erected not far from the center of town, where it stands today. Located inside are the mayor's office, the building department, the village court and meeting spaces. Residents can come here to get permits for parking, building and even hosting block parties. Village Board and Architectural Review meetings are held here each month, and community groups such as seniors, the Malverne Little League, the Youth Board, and the Girl Scouts gather here often.
Tools4ever Incorporated 300 Merrick Rd, Lynbrook, NY11563 Tools4ever Incorporated is an international software distributor. The company's office is in the Bank of America…More building on Merrick Road in Lynbrook. Tools4ever offers a wide range of software products and support services for all kinds of governmental entities, organizations and companies. Clients have included Citigroup, Lucent, NASA, the Pentagon, Department of Agriculture and Defense, the University of Cambridge, GE Plastics, IBM and Marks & Spencer.
St. Thomas the Apostle Church 24 Westminster Rd, West Hempstead, NY11552 St. Thomas the Apostle Church is a Roman Catholic church that was founded in 1931. The first services were held in a…More storefront located on what is now Hempstead Gardens Drive until the church building was constructed in 1934. The first mass was held on Christmas Eve of 1934 and the building was officially dedicated during the following year. In addition to regular prayer services, the church also has an adult and children's choir, weekly Bible study groups, a book club, a knitting club and various classes and workshops throughout the year. There is also a youth program for middle school and high school students that holds social events, coordinates volunteer projects in the community and stages a musical each year open to all local teens. The church welcomes a mission preacher, holds adult courses every year during Lent and Advent and runs a bereavement program in the fall and spring. The human services department responds to requests for assistance from those in the community who have material needs. The parish also has a school, a chapel and CYO sports program.
Davison Avenue School 49 Davison Ave, Lynbrook, NY11563 Davison Avenue School is part of the Malverne Union Free School District, but the building is actually located in the…More village of Lynbrook. In the early 1990s, Davison Avenue earned the U.S. Department of Education's Blue Ribbon School of Excellence Award. Built in 1921, it is the oldest school building in the district. When the school first opened, it only had six classrooms, but four years later it underwent extensive renovations. This added eight more rooms and a combination gymnasium-auditorium, which until 1932 also served as the home basketball court and assembly room for the high school. Six more rooms were added in 1951, and around 2007, a new playground was installed on the school grounds. In 2010, the school underwent a transformation that changed Davison Avenue School from a kindergarten-through-fourth-grade school to one that was solely responsible for educating all of the district's third and fourth graders. (All the younger students in the district were consolidated into Downing School.)