Oyster Festival Has a Future
If you've wondered who would take over when the original organizers of the Oyster Festival decide to hang up their aprons - not to worry. There is a second generation of volunteers who have grown up at the Oyster Festival and are willing to keep the event going. Oyster Festival co-chair Tom Reardon's daughter Kristen Reardon was in charge of transportation and has taken part on other festival committees over the years. At the Oyster Festival Eating and Shucking Contest, Jeremiah Relyea was there with friends and relatives. "We're here again, once a year, rain or shine," said Jeremiah. With him was his posse: Genevieve Manise, Jim Evensen, Kevin Stone and John Garrod, one of his Flower cousins from San Diego who said, "Frank M. Flower was my great-great grandfather."
All Runners Invited to Join in LI Blood Services 'Rob's Run'
Runners from all over Long Island are invited to be part of the 14th annual edition of Long Island Blood Services Rob's Run, a 5 Kilometer cross country run which will be held on Sunday morning, Nov. 26, at Stillwell Woods Park in Syosset.
Rally for the Cure Golf Tournament
Pictured are the winners of the Rally for the Cure Golf Tournament held on Wednesday, Oct. 4 at the Glen Cove Golf Course. Pictured from left to right are: Betty Mallett, Pat Power, Joan Smith, Corrine Connolly and Ronnie Killcommons: all "Pretty in Pink". Ms. Mallett is a former physical education teacher at Oyster Bay High School and has been organizing the tournament for many years.
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