Chamber Nixes Festival 2001
A revitalized Oyster Bay Chamber of Commerce met on Feb. 1. It was like a homecoming dinner, with long absent members present and a feeling of bonhomie filling the room. The Oyster Festival was on the agenda and past presidents and past festival chairs were there in numbers. Joe McLaughlin, Tom Reardon, Robbie Hallock, Michael Corssen, Barbara Hadel, and the 2000 chair, Scott Davis.
New OBPD Headquarters Approved
Muttontown Police Commissioner Perry Welch reported that at the Dec. 20 Police Commissioner's meeting all villages had approved the proposed new headquarters project to be located on Route 106 in Muttontown.
OB-EN Athletes Awarded Gold Medals
Antonia Laino and Douglas Heend, seniors at Oyster Bay High School, have been awarded the New York State Association's Health, Physical Education and Recreation and Dance Gold Medals for 2000-2001. The award recognizes the students for outstanding achievements in the areas of citizenship, academics and physical education/athletics. The students received their medals at a dinner at the Milleridge Inn on Dec. 11.
Run for ASPIRE Scholarships
Runners, walkers and wheelchair athletes of all ages and levels of ability from Oyster Bay, East Norwich, Mill Neck, Bayville and nearby communities are cordially invited to enter the 24th annual Nationwide Insurance 10 Kilometer Run for ASPIRE, which is to be held on the roads of Plainview-Old Bethpage on Saturday morning, April 7.
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