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July 2, 2004

  • News: Class of 2004 Does Itself Proud

    Each graduating class from Oyster Bay High School is unique and the Class of 2004 is no exception. On Sunday, June 27, they mentioned their most obvious claim to distinction is that they were the first class to leave the Vernon Middle School without being the "big kids on campus" as they entered the newly enlarged high school. The decision to create a junior/senior high school had been a difficult one for the community, but the class has done well. FULL STORY

  • News: Community Honors Service Men and Women on Memorial Day

    Oyster Bay and East Norwich came together on Monday, May 31, as they celebrated Memorial Day with a great parade that included the military, fire companies, local groups and children in sports and Scouts. It was a great cross-section of the community. The parade chairman was Reginald Butt Jr., recently inducted as the Nassau County American Legion Commander. He has served as the American Legion Quentin Roosevelt Post #4 commander as well as commander of the Oyster Bay Veterans of Foreign Wars Post 8033. He said, "This is the first time in 85 years that someone from Oyster Bay has been one of the Nassau County American Legion leaders." FULL STORY

  • Sports: Oyster Bay's 4th of July Weekend

    Passport to Historic Oyster Bay is a weekend series of events meant to invite you to trod the streets where history comes alive. Want to walk in the footsteps of Theodore Roosevelt? See the Rough Riders in action? Dance to traditional American music? Try on clothing from the colonial era or see a British American Revolutionary War Encampment? You can, in Oyster Bay on July 3rd and 4th - as part of the Passport to Historic Oyster Bay summer weekends. FULL STORY

  • Sports: Marty Lyons Foundation Golf Classic

    On Monday, July 19, The Marty Lyons Foundation will host its 20th Anniversary Celebrity Golf Classic at the Old Westbury Country Club and Sands Point Golf Club. The event will honor man of the year Thomas B. Poole for his humanitarian efforts. The events will begin at 9 a.m. at Sands Point and 9:30 a.m. at Old Westbury, and the reception will follow at the Old Westbury Country Club at 5:30 p.m. FULL STORY

  • Opinion: The Amazing Class of 2004
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