How Well Do You Know the Area? Do you know where this week’s picture was taken? If you do, call the Enterprise-Pilot at 747-8282 and let us know. If you have a picture that you think might be interesting for others to guess, drop it off in our box at Raynham Hall Museum, 20 East Main St., Oyster Bay.
The mystery picture in the Feb. 5 issue remains a mystery. But, Peggy Bundas called to identify the mystery-mystery picture of Feb. 5 which first appeared in the Jan. 29 issue. "The picture last week were the doors across from town hall in the brick building on Spring Street and Audrey Avenue. I saw those doors a year ago. I always admired them when I got coffee at the Oyster Bay Deli."
She added, "As for this week, I think the photo taken inside town hall." It was not taken in town hall.
Dottie Brandt called for she and her friends, Joan Adami and Rosemary Mavros. She said, "It's the old Acclaim building across from Town Hall on Audrey Avenue and the corner of Spring Street."
It was great to hear Dottie's voice again. We were neighbors when the Oyster Bay Enterprise Pilot was located on Audrey Avenue, where the Oyster Bay Railroad Museum Preview Center is located. At the time Dottie ran a sweet dog washing and grooming business. She has a way with animals and people.
Billy Minicozzi guessed the two big wooden doors were at St. Dominic Church. On a sports note he added that the recent win of the SuperBowl by the Pittsburg Steelers was their 6th in SuperBowl history. He added, "I hope the snow goes away before the end of the week."
Jessica Craft too guessed the doors pictured in the Jan. 29 and Feb. 5 issues of the newspaper were the side doors of St. Dominic's.
It is always interesting to find out that there are similar elements to the architecture of Oyster Bay located in different areas. Please continue calling. Have a great and interesting week, and don't hesitate to call the newspaper at 403-5104 or to email us with information at email@example.com. We are always looking for "Your" story. - DFK