Oyster Fest Committee at Work
James Cammarata is the chairman of Oyster Festival 2002 and Rob Crafa, executive director of The Waterfront Center and Judy Wasilchuk are co-chairs of the event. Mr. Cammarata, an attorney and a member of Rotary of Oyster Bay, said the service group will be running the Oyster Festival. Mrs. Wasilchuk is also a Rotary member, and is on the Oyster Bay-East Norwich Board of Education as well as being a realtor for Cove Point Realty.
Muttontown Horse Trail Preservation
The Village of Muttontown is dealing with the issue of preserving its horse trails. The village, which was part of a network of trails during the Gold Coast Era, was known as horse friendly. Riders were able to traverse the Island from Old Westbury to Cold Spring Harbor on horseback. Today, Muttontown is having growing pains in relation to its trails.
OB-EN Soccer Club News
For the first time in the club's history three travel soccer teams finished the fall season at the top of their Long Island Junior Soccer League division. Congratulations to players, coaches and parents and supporters. The successful teams were the Hurricanes (U-11 girls), the Blizzards (U-10 girls) and the Wildcats (U-15 boys).
Shooting Hoops for Hope
Shooting Hoops for Hope is a girls varsity basketball tournament that supports breast health education. It takes place on Saturday, Dec. 8 from 9 a.m. to 10 p.m. at Our Lady of Mercy Academy, Syosset.