Bay Management Seeds the Bay
The Town of Oyster Bay held their annual Bay Management meeting on Feb. 16 in the town's Environmental Resources Department office on Miller Place. Dave Relyea, spokesperson of Frank M. Flower & Sons, Inc., (and one of the three owners, along with Dwight Relyea and Joe Zahtila) attended the meeting held to discuss the shellfishing plans for Oyster Bay Harbor.
OB Chamber Has New Plans
The Oyster Bay Chamber of Commerce opened its March 22 meeting at Il Piatto restaurant with the announcement of a new president and a new newsletter. Bryan Morrison of Trading Places was voted in as the new president after the resignation of Sue Manno. Mr. Morrison, working with Dr. Ronny Bergman, chiropractor, created this month's Chamber Chat newsletter. At the meeting Mr. Morrison said the Chamber Chat staff is always willing to help local members further their business and give them valuable exposure by contributing editorials, advertisements and coupons for their businesses. The current issue has articles about Harbor House and Marshall Chiropractic. Editor Morrison can be reached at 922-6600.
Melillo Family Foundation Jiu-Jitsu Tournament
Oyster Bay Town Councilman Chris J. Coschignano recently attended the Melillo Family Foundation's Jiu-Jitsu Tournament, which was held at Oyster Bay High School to help raise funds for Autism research and treatment. The foundation was started by George and Rose Melillo and aids families in coping and understanding Autism. The goal of the foundation is to help children with Autism grow up to become somewhat independent adults who can function in their communities and lead as normal a life as possible.
Calling All Recreational Athletes to the 18th Annual Vytra-TOBAY Triathlon
Applications are now available and being accepted for the 18th annual Vytra-TOBAY Triathlon, Long Island's largest triathlon, and perhaps the most athlete friendly--multisport event in the country.
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