Registration by mail for the Town of Oyster Bay Summer Recreation Program is currently under way, according to Town Councilwoman Rebecca M. Alesia.
“Now entering its 44th year, the Town of Oyster Bay Summer Recreation Program offers an exciting and affordable summer option,” Councilwoman Alesia said. “Children between the ages of 4 and 12 are eligible to join this age-grouped program, which provides a safe, clean and stimulating atmosphere where they can enjoy themselves. Children are grouped into early childhood, 4-6; juniors, 7-8; and intermediates, 9-10 and seniors, 11-12. Depending upon the children’s ages, the program offers trips, tournaments, shows and athletic events, including the 33rd Annual Tobay Games.”
Hicksville PAL registration will take place on Monday, April 12 and Wednesday, April 14 from 7 to 9 p.m. and Saturday, April 17 from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. at the PAL office trailer in the West Parking Field of KeySpan Energy.
Baseball, softball, golf, horseback riding, judo, karate and basketball will be available.
Attention all Runners! Get ready for another exciting Long Island State Parks’ Summer Run Series. Sign up, and be part of the most successful running series on Long Island, sponsored by Long Island State Parks, along with the corporate contributors: WBAB Radio Station (102.3 FM), WBLI Radio Station (106.1 FM), Newsday, New Living Magazine, L.I. Philharmonic, Dover Caterers, J & B Restaurant Partners, Super Runners Shop, and Odwalla. This eight-week running series offers island-wide competition, exciting prizes, free refreshments and Long Island’s largest finale hero party!
The Hicksville Community Tennis season opens with tennis Saturdays on April 17, 24, May 1, 8.
Chris Mammone of the Bellmore Striders missed this year’s Kings Park 15 Kilometer Run earlier in March in order to compete in the USATF 15K Championship in Jacksonville, but he came home in plenty of time to score a convincing victory in the March 27 33rd annual Nationwide 10K Run for ASPIRE through the streets of Plainview and Old Bethpage. Chris’s 21:31 finish brought him home 18 seconds in front of runner-up Aaron Robertson of upstate Rouses Point, with Mike Petrina of the Sayville Running Company scoring in third place OA. Top Master was Paul Murphy.
The Cantiague Park Senior Men’s Golf League had a beautiful day to start its golf season. After all the rain and high winds from last week, it was good to be out there on a sunny day. They had 35 golfers and the scores were about average, some good and some not so good.
During Catholic Schools Week, St. Ignatius Loyola seventh and eighth graders showed their school spirit in the annual Seventh Versus Eighth Grade Basketball Game. Several games were played to allow all the students a chance to compete.
The Town of Oyster Bay Supervisor’s Cup Ice Hockey Championship game will be held at the Town’s new state-of-the-art rink in Bethpage on the evening of Wednesday, March 24. The title game, which will feature the top two Town of Oyster Bay high school ice hockey teams, will start at 7:45 p.m.
“The Town is proud to host this outstanding event,” Town of Oyster Bay Supervisor Venditto said. “The sport of hockey is extremely popular on Long Island and local residents will have a unique opportunity to see some of the area’s best young hockey players competing at a very high level.”
Holy Family CYO has created a scholarship fund to honor the memory of Tommy Orlando, who died tragically in December 2008. Tommy was a longtime coach at Holy Family CYO and also coached youth sports for several other organizations in Hicksville. Holy Family CYO will award two $1,000 scholarships annually to applicants who meet the following criteria:
Applications are now available for the 23rd anniversary Runner’s Edge - Town of Oyster Bay Triathlon, Long Island’s largest triathlon, and perhaps the most athlete-friendly multisport event in the country. Approximately 1,500 athletes representing 12 States participated in the 2009 edition of the Tri, and an equally big turnout is expected for 2010.
The date is Sunday, Aug. 29, the place is Theodore Roosevelt Memorial Park in Oyster Bay, and the distances are a ½ Mile swim in Oyster Bay Harbor, a 15 Kilometer bike through Oyster Bay Cove and Laurel Hollow, and a 5 Kilometer run up to the Planting Fields Arboretum, and back to the exciting finish at Roosevelt Park. This is an event that is perfect for first-timers, but yet is challenging enough to satisfy the veteran triathlete.
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