Open Space Fills Muttontown Meeting
With open space a priority, and every small parcel in the area being filled, the press of development on the north shore is galloping along. Lisa Ott, executive director of the North Shore Land Alliance (NSLA) appeared before the Muttontown Village Board to suggest they act to preserve their remaining open space and to invite a Muttontown resident to join her board. She said, "Muttontown has the blessing of great expanses of remaining open space and the burden of making the right decisions about what to do with it."
Eighth Graders Formerly in Richard Siegelman's Third Grade Visit TR Museum
It was a day for children at the Theodore Roosevelt Museum at the Old Orchard at Sagamore Hill National Historic Site on Saturday, Jan. 24, as former students of Oyster Bay-East Norwich school teacher Richard Siegelman were invited by him to attend the Sunday, Jan. 25 from 2 to 4 p.m. It was the day when staff members would have a walk through the site.
OBHS Hosts Women's Gymnastic Event
Ten-year-old Maxine Jann, a fifth grade student at Vernon School in East Norwich, will be competing in the First Annual Mother of Pearl Women's Gymnastics National Invitational. The competition will be held on Saturday, March 20 and Sunday, March 21 at the Oyster Bay High School gymnasium.
Oyster Bay Youth Football Opens
Last year the new youth football and cheerleading program started in Oyster Bay. "We have had a tremendous showing and team support from the surrounding communities of Oyster Bay, Brookville, Muttontown, Centre Island, Locust Valley, Mill Neck, Laurel Hollow and East Norwich, etc." said M.T. Marolda. "We need more positive programs like this for our children and our community." Sponsors and volunteers are always needed, she added.
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