LIRR Presents OB Station Keys to TOB
Another page in the Oyster Bay Railroad Museum was turned on Friday, Feb. 18 at 11 a.m. as title to the former Long Island Railroad Station was officially turned over to the Town of Oyster Bay in a brief ceremony. The event, sponsored by Knockout Pest Control Corp. and the Friends of Locomotive #35 Inc., was held to commemorate the "turning over of the keys" to the station enabling the continued formation of what will soon become the Oyster Bay Railroad Museum.
Coalition to Save the Mill Pond Urges Public to Attend Environmental Meetings
Friends of the Bay Executive Director Kyle Rabin of the Coalition to Save Mill Pond asked members of the Oyster Bay Civic Association to ask the county and the town to acquire the Mill Pond Overlook property, as he spoke at their Feb. 24 meeting. He recommended residents attend the upcoming public meetings to tell legislators how to spend the recent environmental bond funds approved by voters.
Polar Bear Break the Ice Swim Benefits UCP Association
Come "chill-out" and help raise funds for a cause that will warm your heart! On March 20, starting at 1 p.m., the United Cerebral Palsy Association of Nassau County, Inc. will be hosting a new fundraiser, the First Annual "Polar Bear Break the Ice" Swim.
15 Kilometer Run Benefits Brain Tumor Charities
Local runners and walkers of all ages and levels of ability from Oyster Bay, East Norwich, Bayville, Locust Valley and other North Shore communities are invited to "head east" to test their training and endurance levels in the eighth annual Lazer, Aptheker, Rosella & Yedid Kings Park 15 Kilometer Run, Long Island's toughest running event.
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