Town Considers Spending to Save
The Town of Oyster Bay elected officials and residents are in a very enviable place. They are deciding how to spend $30 million to save open space and refurbish parks. To determine where the money should go, an advisory committee has been formed. They spent Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday, April 2, 3 and 4 meeting with residents and getting their suggestions on what needs to be saved, preserved and/or better used.
James Bonasia to Head Kosovo Contingent
First Lt. James Bonasia, formerly of Oyster Bay, is the company commander of the 340th Military Police Company soon to be leading reservists to Kosovo. Lt. Bonasia is the son of Madeline and the late Joe Bonasia of Oyster Bay. He is a graduate of NY Tech and is married to Faylene Buskirk of Seaford. She is a special education teacher at AHRC. The couple were married on Valentine's Day this year, at the North Hempstead Town Hall in Manhasset. A formal wedding is planned for June 2002.
Sparks Team Basketball Champs
Teamwork was the key to a successful season, Coach Ron Burn's girls worked and practiced hard together to conclude an enjoyable season with a record of 9 and 1. The season culminated for the Sparks with a 34-28 win in an exciting championship game against the Liberty team coached by Rob Satory.
These Girls Were Terrific!
Talent, determination and good sportsmanship paid off for the Friends Academy's eighth-grade girls basketball team, as they capped an undefeated season with 50-10 defeat over Glen Cove.
Woe to the Easter Bunny!