OB Chamber Calendar Is Full
The Oyster Bay Chamber of Commerce is coming up with some new ideas for promoting the business atmosphere in the hamlet. At their April 4 meeting, at the Homestead Restaurant, President Karen DeVine-Minicozzi read off a list of activities happening in the hamlet, including their downtown "Clean Sweep Morning," on April 13; an upcoming Business After Hours; an Art Walk on July 20; and their golf outing on July 29.
IP/MSA Launch Facade Program
Island Properties, L.L.C. ("IP") and the Oyster Bay Main Street Association ("MSA") announced on March 19 that they are collaborating on renovation plans for the façade at the recently announced Not Just Art location in the Hamlet of Oyster Bay. Members of the MSA's Design Committee reviewed the preliminary plans for the facility and worked with IP project managers to develop a design scheme that would emphasize traditional architectural materials and details.
Bruckner Family Wins Fencing Awards
The Bruckner family of Oyster Bay share a love of fencing and are earning honors for their skill at the sport. John Bruckner, Jr., coach of the Oyster Bay High School varsity fencing team, recently received the "John Halasz Coach of the Year Award." The award is named for the former fencing coach, whose career at Oyster Bay High School spanned 30 years. Mr. Halasz also coached Mr. Bruckner, who was a member of the class of 1975.
Do You Want to Be a Lifeguard?
The American Red Cross in Nassau County (ARC/Nassau) continues its mission of helping people prevent, prepare for, and respond to emergencies by educating the public year-round with life-saving skills. With this in mind, ARC/Nassau will conduct its Aquatics School 2002 in May and June with the support of Pierce Country Day Camp in Roslyn.
Macagnone Leading by Example
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