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August 23, 2002

  • News: Swim-A-Cross Serves Two Needs

    The 13th Annual Swim-A-Cross had a special synergy as it joined together the Red Cross' commitment to public service and raised funds for them to do that job. It all came together at the Swim-A-Cross on Friday, Aug. 16, held at Centre Island Beach in Bayville. This year there were more people than ever raising funds for the nationwide organization that helps people in tragic emergencies, such as the attack on the World Trade Center. This year, 47 of the swimmers participated in memory of a loved one who perished on September 11, 2001. FULL STORY

  • News: 'Our Way' Opens on October 6

    Rabbi Yoni Katz of the Mesorah Center for Continuing Jewish Education announced the opening of a new program. On Sunday, Oct. 6, in the hamlet of Oyster Bay, they open the "Our Way" Hebrew School/Family Education Program at the Knights of Columbus Hall. There are a total of 29 different programs, that will be given Sundays, for both children and their parents in Jewish family education. FULL STORY

  • Sports: Oyster Bay Town Supervisor's Run Kicks Off Oyster Fest Again This Year

    Runners and walkers of every age and ability are cordially invited to be part of the 15th annual edition of the Oyster Bay Town Supervisor's Oyster Festival 5 Kilometer Run, to be held on Saturday morning, Oct. 19, as the kickoff event of this year's Oyster Festival. The run will start in Fireman's Field in Oyster Bay at exactly 9 a.m. or the morning of the 19th. FULL STORY

  • Sports: Long Island Ducks Sandlot Stars

    The Long Island Ducks and Vytra Health Plans Sandlot Stars Program developed to test the different skills of youth baseball players in the 11, 12 and 13-year age groups culminated at Citibank Park with everyone being a champion. The top winners in each group were 11-year-old Jeff Behouner of Bohemia; 12-year-old Edwin Suarez of Jamaica and 13-year-old Alfie Breuning of Oyster Bay Cove. 1,800 players from the Long Island Federation of Amateur Baseball Leagues (FABL) and the National Junior Baseball League (NJBL) participated and were tested in three skill areas essential to baseball, hitting, accuracy throwing and base running. FULL STORY

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