Working Together Pays Off
Oyster Bay re-created a small town atmosphere as the First Presbyterian Church, Christ Church and Doubleday Babcock Senior Center joined forces to create a great holiday shopping event on Friday and Saturday, Nov. 17 and 18. They kicked off the holiday season with fellowship, friendship and festive shopping at their three East Main Street locations.
Same Old/Same Old: But Always New
There are regulars and there are regulars. This year once again, Carol and Randy Daub were working with former Oyster Bay-East Norwich School District Administrator Joe Ferraro at the First Presbyterian Church for the annual sorting of foodstuffs for the annual Holiday Sharing program on Tuesday, Nov. 21. The program is directed by the Community Social Action Council (CSAC) of the Interreligious & Human Needs Council. Mr. Ferraro is a regular at the CSAC event as are Cindy and Katie Daub, but this year the young ladies couldn't get off from school in time. They attend Salisbury University in Maryland.
OBHS Girls Volleyball Team: NC Champs
The Oyster Bay High School Girls Varsity Volleyball team defeats East Rockaway High School to become the Nassau County Class C champions.
Rough Rider Lacrosse Season Begins
Rough Rider Lacrosse's winter season got off to a great start with the boys 7th/8th grade team last week. The Rough Riders had a decisive win over the Garden City Titans, 23-6. The Riders, coached by Joe Rogers, Bob Cook and Frank Caponi, played an amazing first half led by goalie Sam La Branche. The team got off to a quick 3-0 lead with goals by Spencer Colwin and Will Burke. Spencer went on to have a double "hat trick," six goals.
Remember Pearl Harbor on December 7