Making Parents Web-wise
As parents have taught children how to safely cross the street in traffic, now they have to teach them to how to safely surf the Internet. Parents came to the Town of Oyster Bay's meeting March 22, on online safety to find out how they can protect their children from predators. The answer, given by FBI Special Agent Blythe Helmer was to keep open the lines of communication between parent and child. In today's world of the Internet, there are people inappropriately fixated on children, who have access to them through electronic technology. Parents need information on how to protect their children.
South Street Construction Continues
The construction at Oyster Bay Manor Senior Residence is now taking to the streets. David Wagner, operator/owner of the manor and soon to be completed Harbor House is very excited with the newest part of the project.
Erin Egan Makes All-Star Squad
Oyster Bay High School graduate Erin Egan has been selected to the Eastern College Athletic Conference Upstate New York Division III women's basketball all-star squad. She is a junior forward on the Red Dragon Women's Basketball team at SUNY Cortland. Cortland senior center Kate Smith was a first team selection, while Ms. Egan was named to the second team.
Telecare Hosts Golf Classic May 21
Many of Long Island's leading business executives and friends of Telecare gathered recently at the organization's headquarters in Uniondale to initiate plans for Telecare's 21st Annual Golf Classic to be held May 21. Morton S. Bouchard, III, president, Bouchard Transportation Company, Inc., has been named honoree and Joseph Dussich, Jr., chairman and CEO, JAD Corporation of America, has been designated chairperson for this year's event, said Monsignor Thomas J. Hartman, director of radio and television for Telecare.
Hoping for State Aid...