It's a Great Year for BOB!
Teens for BOB, (a Better Oyster Bay), is completing its fifth season on Thursday, Aug. 31. This year, with a new wrinkle, has been easier than ever to run. Announcements were made, starting at the annual Interreligious and Human Needs Dinner, asking nonprofit groups and local churches to support BOB. They have responded, and the result, said Matt Wildes, BOB coordinator, "It's been great. It has cut down on the work load. It's made life as a coordinator - so much easier for me. Last year's parents investment is not here. Their children have graduated and we needed a new group of volunteers. The parents still come, especially when needed, but local groups have been a great help.
Traffic Delays Expected on Rte. 106
Traffic may be held up in Oyster Bay as the New York State Department of Transportation begins resurfacing Route 106 (South Street) from Bay Avenue to Pine Drive.
Ryan Wilson Team First in Triathlon
Once again, Ryan Wilson's triathlon team came in first for the annual sports run. Ryan was an Oyster Bay High School student, whose mom Meg Wilson spearheaded the effort that created the Vernon Community Track.
Want To Play Soccer?
The Oyster Bay East Norwich Club is kicking off their 2000-2001 season on Saturday, Sept. 16 at the Vernon Middle School and will be playing on Saturdays and Sundays through Nov. 11. The program is open to all boys and girls from pre-kindergarten through 17 years of age.
Remembering the True Significance of Labor Day
Minicozzi Masters Mystery