East Norwich Memorial Day 2001
That old adage, "Good things come in small packages," certainly held true Monday, May 28, on the occasion of the East Norwich Memorial Day Parade. Although not as large, nor as long, as some of our neighboring town's parades it more than matched theirs in spirit and dedication. Participating units assembled by the Community United Methodist Church of East Norwich on Route 106 just south of Route 25A and, preceded by a Nassau County Police cruiser, began their northward trek at the 9 a.m. starting time as scheduled.
American Legion Memorial Day Parade
It had been a dicey weekend, with rain dominating the news reports. To everyone's pleasure, the sun came out on Monday, May 28, long enough to provide Oyster Bay with its traditional double-take Memorial Day Parade.
Oyster Bay's Williams and Davis to Compete at State Meet
The farther along into the track season one goes the meets become longer as more teams compete against each other, but the rewards of success grow as well. The penultimate meet for the Oyster Bay High School boys track team was the two-day state qualifier of May 29 and 30 at Mitchel Field. Excelling in this meet and surviving for the New York State championship were two juniors, Ross Williams and William Davis.
Polo and Puppets Too!
The thirteenth annual LaBranche & Co. Save the Children Polo Cup, Chukkars for Children will be held, rain or shine, at the Meadowbrook Polo Club, Whitney Lane, Old Westbury, on Sunday, June 10.
Roll Out the Blackout, We'll Have a Barrel of Fun!