Petty Crimes in Oyster Bay Area
This past weekend the Oyster Bay waterfront was abuzz with motorboats. Motorcyclists tooled down Route 106, as yellow forsythia and daffodils lined the highways letting everyone know spring is here. What has also shown up in town is a spate of petty crimes - ones that can be called quality of life crimes. Flags were stolen, a monument has been graffitied and chipped, and pocketbooks left in cars are ripe for crime.
CITE Annual Meeting April 28 at DBSC
CITE will hold their annual meeting at the Doubleday Babcock Senior Center on Wednesday, April 28 at 7:30 p.m. CITE (Community Integration Time Exchange) is a sharing program where neighbors exchange their talents, time and life experiences in an organized local program. Service organizations can also participate and earn "Time Dollars" for their group.
Child's Sailing Scholarship Offered
This summer The Windward Yacht Club is teaming up with The Waterfront Center to enable an underprivileged child from the Oyster Bay area to experience the thrill of sailing.
Applications Ready for Vytra-Tobay Triathlon
Applications are now available and being accepted for the 17th annual Vytra-TOBAY Triathlon, Long Island's largest Triathlon, and one of the largest - and most athlete-friendly - multisports events in the country.
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