Engine 35 Chugging Nearer
Things are happening and the future for Engine #35 looks closer, brighter and more promising than it has anytime in the past. The General Membership meeting of the Friends of Locomotive #35 was held Saturday, March 3. The location of the meeting was the old passenger waiting room of the Oyster Bay Railroad Station. The plan for this building is that it will house the future Railroad Museum under the auspices of the Oyster Bay Historical Society, Thomas Kuehhas, director.
Local Residents in TR Documentary
Oyster Bay residents will be part of a new documentary being produced by Greystone Communications, Inc. for The History Channel. The shooting in Oyster Bay took place on Feb. 22 and 23 at Christ Church, Sagamore Hill and Youngs Cemetery as the crew re-created President Theodore Roosevelt's funeral.
Still Dreaming of Field of Dreams
Proponents and opponents to the St. Dominic playing fields in Muttontown met again, on Monday, Feb. 26. William Floyd-Jones, chair of the Muttontown Zoning Board of Appeals was in charge of the meeting. It was a relatively short meeting, compared with previous hearings about the proposal for St. Dominic's South Campus.
Tilles Center Kicks Off 10th Anniversary of Golf and Tennis Tournament
Tilles Center for the Performing Arts announces the 10th anniversary of Swing for Kids, the popular annual golf and tennis tournament that will be held this year on Monday, June 11. One of Long Island's most popular fundraising tournaments, Swing for Kids (SFK) takes place at the Meadow Brook Club in Jericho and the Creek in Locust Valley. According to SFK's founding general chairman, Peter Tilles of the Tilles Investment Co., the annual tournament benefits Arts Education at Tilles Center.
The Pajama Game...