Police Forum Proves Informative
Oyster Bay is a very busy place. The same evening Nassau County Police Deputy Inspector Steve Skrynecki of the 2nd Precinct held a forum in the Oyster Bay High School Library on Tuesday, Feb. 13, the rally for the Rely for Life was holding a meeting in the OBHS auditorium. Walking down the corridor to the library you could hear the applause reflecting the success of the cancer fundraiser being planned.
Standing Room Only Crowd Turns Out for Relay For Life Kick Off Celebration
Despite an oncoming winter storm, the Oyster Bay-East Norwich community turned out in big numbers to take part in the Relay For Life Kick Off Celebration on Tuesday, Feb. 13. As people filed into the high school cafeteria, they were greeted with festive decorations, refreshments, and the song stylings of OBHS senior Nick Goldston on acoustic guitar and vocals. Team captains picked up packets from the registration committee at a table set up just inside the door. The idea behind the Relay For Life is that community members will get together in teams. Each team will then individually raise money through sponsorship and sales.
Cub Scout Pack 253 News
Webelos from Cub Scouts from Pack 253, Oyster Bay-East Norwich, recently placed first in the annual Klondike Derby sponsored by the Shelter Rock District of the Boy Scouts of America, here at the Muttontown Preserve.
Oyster Bay Holds Line on Golf Fees
For the 11th consecutive year, the Town of Oyster Bay is holding the line on membership fees at the Town Golf Course, keeping them at the 1996 level, according to Town Councilman Angelo A. Delligatti.
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