Written by Enterprise-Pilot Staff, email@example.com Thursday, 17 July 2014 00:00
Oyster Bay High School students were recognized at the 2014 Long Island Press High School Journalism Awards Ceremony on May 28 at Hofstra University. Senior Aubri Juhasz was a winner in the category of “School Opinion Piece” for an article she wrote called “Minding Your P’s and Q’s.” Juhasz was twice honored as she won in the “Format Buster” category with “A Message from the Editor.”
Sophomore Joaquin Contreras won in the “Entertainment & Lifestyle” category with an article called “1994: “Film’s Greatest Year.”
Junior Alanna Petrone won in the “Comic Strip” category with a piece called “Solar Academy.”
Oyster Bay High School was well represented with five student winners of Nassau Reading Council’s Young Authors Contest. They are seniors Cindy Hom, Aubri Juhasz, Stevie Matthews, Matthew Treiber and Nina Policano.
Yeoju Je, a fourth-grader at Vernon in Ms. Link’s class, was the second place winner in the Kenneth Gambone Writing Contest.
The writing and artistic creativity of Oyster Bay High School students are beautifully displayed in the award winning annual publication called “AGAPAE.”
Saturday, 26 July 2014 00:00
On Saturday, July 5, Building J on the Western Waterfront was opened to the public for a free concert of classical music played by talented youth in the Oyster Bay Music Festival. The acoustics in the large metal shed were lively as the backdrop of the Ida May, a wooden oyster dredge under construction, lent artisanal flavor to the rich stew of mostly sea-related musical selections. People sat on stacks and benches of freshly milled wood or stood in the cavernous space. They soaked in beautiful solos, duets and trios that combined voice, piano, flute, cello and violin. Frank M Flower & Sons provided fresh oysters that engaged the palate, and representatives from Steinway & Sons gave a quick overview of how their pianos are made, relating several aspects of their meticulous process to the construction of the Ida May.
Friday, 25 July 2014 00:00
Last week was one of Oyster Bay’s biggest, most anticipated summer events, the Italian American Society’s St. Rocco’s Festival. Returning to its usually spot in Fireman’s Field on Shore Avenue, the festival was filled with amusement rides, live music, and great food and company.
“We come every year to St. Rocco’s with friends,” said Laura Regan of East Norwich. “The rides and awesome food make it a lot of fun.”
Thursday, 24 July 2014 12:03
Oakcliff’s intensive training program provided a high level of competition last weekend at the U.S. Women’s Match Racing Championship in Oyster Bay.
This year, the teams selected for the event were highly ranked through the United States, and several of the competitors are past and current Oakcliff trainees, including Elizabeth Shaw, Kathryn Shiber, Madeline Gill, and Danielle Gallo.
Thursday, 24 July 2014 11:44
A total of 11 members of St. Dominic Track Team (grades 1-8) recently medaled at the Nassau-Suffolk CYO Championship Finals at Mitchel Field. In the finals, the athletes competed against the finalists from all three regions, representing more than 2,500 athletes from 23 other parishes.
In addition to the student athletes’ success, the track coaches were honored as well. St. Dominic CYO Track coaches Phil Schade (grades 1-3), Julie and Mike Keffer (grades 4-6) and Rich Cameron (grades 7-8) were selected by peer coaches in their region for the NSCYO Team Sportsmanship Award. The Saint Dominic CYO track program, in its second year, has already proven to be a force to be reckoned with and the young runners are among the best on Long Island.