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March 12, 2004

  • News: Theodore Roosevelt Museum Reopens at Old Orchard

    Going through the newly redesigned exhibits at the Theodore Roosevelt Museum at the Old Orchard at Sagamore Hill was especially engaging, on Sunday, Jan. 25 because the building was filled with museum volunteers taking their first look at the finished project. It was also the day some of the children who were in the focus group that was a part of the planning process came to see the exhibit. FULL STORY

  • News: Mayor David Kappel Delivers the Message That Inclusion Makes a Better Result

    It was standing-room-only to hear Greenport Mayor David Kappel speak about positive changes in his village. He was the guest of the Main Street Association at a meeting held March 3 at the Doubleday Babcock Senior Center. The evening was sponsored by the Rauch Foundation. FULL STORY

  • Sports: Spring Training Set to Begin for Little League Baseball in Oyster Bay

    Starting Saturday, March 13, Oyster Bay Little League Baseball will hold its spring training and player evaluations for the 2004 season. Following Little League Baseball's guidelines, every registered player will be placed on a team and play during the games throughout the season. The purpose of these sessions is not at all to make "cuts" but rather to provide the most equitable distribution of players on each team and ensure each player is playing in the division that fits them best so they will get the most learning benefit from the season. With that in mind, players should try to attend at least one of the sessions. FULL STORY

  • Sports: Falcon Pride Gift LVSD Athletic Programs

    The Falcon Pride Booster Club has made a gift of a sound system for athletic events in the HS/MS gymnasium. The owners of General Contract, the company that previously donated a state-of-the-art audio system for the new Wrestling Room, has offered to supply and install at their cost an additonal system for the main gym. The board of the Falcon Pride Booster Club voted to pay General the cost ($6,000) to install the system. This gift will allow all functions and athletic events held in the gym to have state-of-the-art audio. This includes boys and girls basketball, boys wrestling and girls volleyball. FULL STORY

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