Chamber Plans for Active Season
The Oyster Bay Chamber of Commerce just completed their move to their new office at 34 Audrey Avenue. They are located on the first floor in the middle office. Sherlock Homes Real Estate is in the front office and Attorney James Cronin is in the back office. "Terry Sciubba of Sherlock Homes, the landlord, has been very generous to the chamber," said Toni Junjulas, executive director of the chamber. The chamber had most recently been housed in John Specce's State Farms Insurance office in his landmark building on East Main and Pearl Streets.
International Coastal Clean-Up Day
It's an international event and you're invited! Friends of the Bay will again lead this year's International Coastal Clean-Up Day effort in Oyster Bay at Theodore Roosevelt Park Beach. Everyone is invited on Saturday, Sept. 18, at 10 a.m. to help remove unnatural, washed-up, man-made debris and litter from the beaches. Participants will learn how discarded items "left on the ground, end up in the Sound."
Local Athletes Score as Oyster Bay Hosts Annual Vytra-TOB Triathlon
A record field of nearly 1400 athletes gathered at Theodore Roosevelt Memorial Park in Oyster Bay on Sunday morning, August 22, for the 17th annual edition of the Vytra-TOB Triathlon and Tri-Relay, Long Island's largest multisport event. The Tri consists of a 1 Kilometer Swim in Oyster Bay harbor, a 15 kilometer bike ride through Oyster Bay Cove, and a 5 kilometer run up to the Planting Fields Arboretum and back to the exciting finish at Roosevelt Park.
Volunteers Are Still Needed for Boys Basketball at B&G Club
Volunteer officials and coaches are still needed for the boys' basketball program being offered this fall at the Boys & Girls Club of Oyster Bay-East Norwich. The program, which is open to boys entering fourth through eighth grade this month, will be split in two divisions: fourth and fifth grades and sixth through eighth grades. Practices will begin the week of Sept. 13 and games will begin the week of Sept. 20.
Theodore Roosevelt Park Looking Up