30 Trees Downed in Muttontown
An electric/wind storm cut a swath through Muttontown on Sunday, July 1, at around 4 p.m. that uprooted over 30 trees and resulted in electricity being lost for about 24 hours in the effected areas. Muttontown Highway Commissioner Raz Tafuro looked at a map of the village on Monday, and traced the path of the strong winds that had trees sailing through the air.
Fourth of July Extols TR
"Patriotism is the last refuge of the scoundrel," quoted Attorney Marvin Morrison. "That doesn't mean exactly what it sounds like," he said. "It means that even a scoundrel is stirred with feelings of patriotism." Mr. Morrison was standing near the Derby-Hall Bandstand, celebrating his July 4 birthday and observing this year's Fourth of July celebration in Oyster Bay.
LuHi Sports Awards
Long Island Lutheran Middle and High School recognized the achievements of its outstanding students at its Annual Honors Banquet held on June 18 at the Swan Club in Glenwood Landing. Among those honored was sophomore Danielle Tascone, a resident of Oyster Bay, who received the Winter Cheerleading Most Valuable Player Award.
Grenville Baker Boys & Girls Club
In a wildcard playoff game, the GBB&GC's major softball team, for seventh and eighth grade girls which includes players from St. Gertrude's CYO, under Nadine Pacifico's coaching, beat St. Dominic's of Oyster Bay for fourth place.
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