Civic Association Begins 2006 Plans
The Oyster Bay Civic Association (OBCA) announced the winners of their holiday house-decorating contest for the hamlet of Oyster Bay. The first place winner is the house at 11 Ivy Street, the home of Lori and Joseph Caggiano. "They won because their display was the best," said OBCA President Marie Knight. She and Charlene Niznik took a two-hour tour of the area to pick the winners. The second place winner was the home of Natalie and Dan Aquilino at 90 Summers St. "They won because of their beautiful display, plus the fact that they had a crèche which impressed me," said Ms. Knight.
OB Chamber Plans Future Events
The Oyster Bay Chamber of Commerce is making plans for the new year. It will be hosting two free events during the month of January. Chamber President Brian Morrison said, "They both should be great."
Oyster Bay High School Fall Sports Wrap-up
The Oyster Bay High School recently concluded its fall season with students participating on 17 teams in six different sports for girls and boys in grades seven through 12. The season was filled with many highlights and notable accomplishments.
There are only four months left until the boating season begins. It may seem like four months is far away. Even though the weather is still chilly and gray, it is not too early to start thinking about getting the boat or your crew ready for May.