Oyster Bay Chamber Greets Tourists
The Oyster Bay Chamber of Commerce has an active agenda. The weekend of July 24 and 25 was their annual ArtWalk event. The event brings in a new group of people to Oyster Bay furthering the chamber's concept of increasing the business climate in the hamlet.
Legislator Yatauro Listens to Residents
Nassau County Legislator Diane Yatauro (D-Glen Cove) recently held a legislative "Listening Tour" for Locust Valley, Mill Neck and Matinecock at the Locust Valley Public Library Community Room. Ms. Yatauro has held a series of these listening tours for the sole purpose of listening and addressing residents' needs in her district.
Bouchard Sisters Take it National
Two Vernon School students, 11-year-old Claire Bouchard and 10-year-old Julie Bouchard recently won New York State qualifying meets in karate to participate in the USA National AAU (Amateur Athletic Union of Karate) on June 30 in Winston-Salem, North Carolina. Both sisters maintain A academic grades while training up to 12 hours a week to prepare for the upcoming national competition. This competition has been historically the door to the Junior Olympics for all karate martial arts.
Local Runners Invited to Sprint for the Arts on August 9
On Monday evening, Aug. 9, Long Island runners, walkers and wheelchair athletes are cordially invited to spend a very pleasant summer evening running 5 kilometers on the grounds of the Nassau County Museum of Art in Roslyn Harbor- arguably the most beautiful setting for a race in Nassau County - at the same time as they help Nassau County and the Greater Long Island Running Club promote and foster culture and the arts in general and Nassau County museums in particular. The starting horn will go off at 7 p.m. on the evening of the 9th.
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