Townsend Slave Bible Comes Home
The Townsend family slave Bible returns to Raynham Hall Museum after being successfully bid on at the Monday, Feb. 28 auction at the Swann Galleries' 10th Annual African-Americana auction in New York City.
Vigil: It's Not Over Till It's Over
Parishioners Reach Out to Possible Victims of Abuse and Ask for Accountability --
About 100 parishioners of St. Dominic R.C. Church held a vigil on Sunday, Feb. 27, outside the church on the corner of Anstice Street. Police cars were there to see that things were done properly, said Rich Cieciuch, a Eucharistic minister.
Oyster Bay Crew Club Season Begins
Sagamore Rowing's Crew Club of Oyster Bay (CCOB) began their spring season on Monday, March 7. Practices are from 3:45-6 p.m. each afternoon from the boathouse at Beekman Beach (West End Avenue). Students from the ages 13 and up are invited to join. No experience is required. "We only ask that you bring a desire and determination to be part of the premier rowing program in the Northeast," said CCOB Coach Peter Bisek.
Amanda Hemme to Play Soccer at SUNY
OBHS Senior Signs Letter of Intent for Stony Brook --
Amanda Hemme, a senior at Oyster Bay High School, signed a Letter of Intent on March 2 to play soccer for SUNY Stony Brook next fall. "This is the first time a student has been recruited for Division I girls' soccer and we are extremely proud of Amanda," said John Piropato, athletic director.
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