Oyster Bay Celebrates Veterans Day
This year, on Veterans Day, Nov. 11, 2006, besides honoring the more than 25 million living American veterans who have taken the United States Oath of Service to protect and defend this great country from the evils of tyranny and injustice, American Legion Commander Reginald Butt, Jr. spoke of the need for continuing health care for veterans from World War II to the present.
Oyster Bay Railroad Museum on Track
Hardworking members of the Oyster Bay Railroad Museum (OBRM) presented a picture of how they arrived at becoming a 401 C-3 organization with two landmark buildings and certification from the New York State Department of Education. They spoke at the annual meeting of the Main Street Association held at the Doubleday Babcock Center on Nov. 14.
Darren Martin Fights for Charity
Long Island's brightest and toughest business professionals went head-to-head in the boxing ring at the fourth annual Long Island Fight For Charity held at the Long Island Hilton in Melville. A crowd of 1,200 fans attended the fundraiser to watch a dozen matches and to enjoy food and beverages donated by 20 LI restaurants that netted nearly $120,000 for charity.
St. Dominic Schools Benefit From the Kevin R. Murphy Golf Classic
The Sands Point Golf Club was the site for the Kevin R. Murphy Memorial Golf Classic on Monday, Oct. 2. Over 75 golfers from as far away as Syracuse and Rhode Island traveled to Long Island to pay tribute to Kevin whose life was unexpectedly cut short at the age of 51.
A Time to Think of Others