Barbara Hadel Retires From DBSC
Doubleday Babcock Senior Center's (DBSC) reach cuts through the community. It serves the senior population who are the parents and grandparents of the residents. John Palmer, Esq. showed that when he said he took an ad in the DBSC Journal for Barbara Hadel's retirement party. He said his mother Agnes Palmer loved being at DBSC. "She made great friends here and enjoyed the bus ride. She always took the long way home on the DBSC bus. She is 87. She came to DBSC for 20 to 25 years. DBSC gave her the ability to socialize. They were good to her," he said.
Locust Valley Honors Operation Democracy
In 1947, citizens of Locust Valley made history by adopting the French town of Ste. Mere Eglise as a sister city. On Feb. 14 you are invited to join the community of Locust Valley at a bronze plaque dedication for Operation Democracy, honoring the hamlet for its contribution to post-WWII reconstruction.
Two OBHS Students Earn Highest New York State Association Award
Ran Nakajima and Patrick Cobbs, seniors at Oyster Bay High School, have earned the highest award from the New York State Association of Health, Physical Education and Recreation and Dance for 2005-2006. The award recognizes students for outstanding achievements in the areas of citizenship, academics and physical education/athletics.
The next time you see grime on your car and decide to wash the car in the driveway or on the street hopefully you will think of this column. Washing your car in your driveway poses a significant threat to Oyster Bay's environmental health. According to the New York League of Conservation Voters Education Fund when we change the oil in our cars or wash them with detergents at home these pollutants run into storm drains and then directly into our waterways. In the Oyster Bay area this means that the pollutants run right into Oyster Bay Harbor where we swim and fish.
Save the Jewel By the Bay Workshop Discusses Zoning Procedures, Laws