Don Jarvis Grows Great Tomato
Everyone's a Winner in the Rotary Giant Tomato Contest:
"Everybody won. Even we did - by being involved in a great community activity," said Andy Tini of the Rotary Club of Oyster Bay.
New Business Owners Visit Chamber
Oyster Bay Welcomes New Businesses With Dinner Invitation:
When new businesses come to town, the Oyster Bay Chamber of Commerce gives them coupons to have dinner with them at one of their meetings. Several new businesses did at the August meeting at the Homestead Restaurant.
Andrea Petruzzi Loves the Swim-A-Cross
Bayville Resident, a Red Cross Certified Lifeguard Aids Swimmers:
Joan Imhof, co-chair of the annual Red Cross Swim-A-Cross was excited when she called to talk about lifeguard Andrea Petruzzi of Bayville. "After the race, Tom Keller, 72, was praising Andrea to me. He kept saying - if it wasn't for her he wouldn't have been able to make it. He said she guarded him during the whole swim."
Parents Remember Their Son
Memory of Marc Colletti Earns Other Children a Marine Education
When the Collettis of East Williston saw the article in the Roslyn News, about the Marine Education Program run by Dr. John Loret of the Science Museum of Long Island in Manhasset they decided it was the perfect way to remember their son Marc who died in a tragic fishing accident four years ago. Through their donation to the program six young members of the Boys & Girls Club of Oyster Bay-East Norwich had a week of fun and learning in a unique marine education program on Oyster Bay Harbor.
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