OBHS Series Takes on Preservation
The Oyster Bay Historical Society (OBHS) continues its history series that informs the public about the people and places in Oyster Bay as it raises funds to create an archival building to preserve that past. To continue that work, the OBHS invites you to share in a series of events which celebrate three centuries of unique and irreplaceable architecture in our town. The series will begin at 3 p.m. on Nov. 20 with cocktails and hors d'oeuvres and will feature a lively, and potentially controversial, roundtable discussion on the conflict between historic preservation and land development. It will take place at Nassau Hall in the Muttontown Preserve.
It Can Happen to Any Family
"Most families in our community are in denial," said Linda Caroli, co-chair of CCSAP (Concerned Citizens for Substance Abuse Prevention) a local organization founded about 1-1/2 years ago by Linda Caroli and Lisa McLoughlin, co-chair. She referred to the fact that families do not want to face the reality that their children are, or might be, afflicted with substance abuse.
Oyster Bay-East Norwich Soccer Club News
The U10 girls team beat Rockville Centre Strikers at the LI Junior Soccer fields on Saturday, Oct. 23, 6-0 and Syosset on Sunday, Oct. 24 at Vernon 3-0 at Vernon Middle School. The team is 5-0 with 24 goals scored and only allowing one goal against. This is a tremendous start for our young girls.
St. Gertrude's Skills & Drills Registration
Volunteerism is the backbone of the St. Gertrude's Basketball program. They highly encourage parental participation in this program.
Here's for Historic Preservation!