Oyster Bay Civic Keeps Alert
The Oyster Bay Civic Association continues to be a good conduit of information about Island Properties. Marie Knight, acting as president of the Oyster Bay Civic Association until Tim Archdeacon returns to the post in May, said during a lunch with Abraham Poznanski he told her Island Properties is still deciding exactly what to do with the Hallock property. It will either be an assisted living facility or a medical building. The project may include a spa or gym.
Marbles Grabs Tiger by the Tail
Les Marbles, president of the Oyster Bay Chamber of Commerce, and one of two directors who didn't vote to cancel the 2001 Oyster Festival is "Willing to grab that tiger by the tail and have a festival this year."
Perfect Season for Lady Waves
The St. Gertrude Girls 5th grade basketball team are the Nassau-Suffolk champions. The Lady Waves of Bayville finished a perfect season with a 22-15 win over St. Cyr of Deer Park to win the Nassau-Suffolk championship.
Jillian Henn Sports Star
Jillian Henn, a junior at Oyster Bay High School, recently was selected as the Student-Athlete of the Week by NBC Sports. Jillian appeared in a segment broadcast on Weekend Today in New York, which was filmed after Oyster Bay's win over Carle Place. An all-conference guard, Jillian averages 18 points a game and was named by Newsday as a "player to watch." In addition to participating in Mock Trial and the Interact Club, she is a member of the spring track team.
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