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Luncheon Benefits Boys & Girls Club

Written by Georgi DeMartino, Wednesday, 26 June 2013 14:11

The Boys and Girls Club of Oyster Bay-East Norwich celebrated their first spring luncheon at the deSeversky Mansion on Wednesday, June 12. The event included lunch, a vendor fair, and raffles to benefit the club.

The attire for the luncheon was dress to impress, and the prizes in the raffle — as well as the vendors present — set the theme.

Centerpieces, favors, and jazz piano player, Robert Lepley, were donated by Grace and Gregg Haggerty. Party favors were planting pots hand painted by the children of the club, each pot complete with a plant, gloves, and gummy worms.


Grill Night At Martin Viette

Saturday, 22 June 2013 00:00

Martin Viette Nurseries hosted their first annual Grill Night, Thursday June 6, from 6 to 9 p.m. The event was one of many that the business sponsors.

The evening was full of fun, featuring a special showing of the Lexus LFA supercar, music provided by Perfect Party NYC, grill demonstrations, and more. Stellar Meats provided meat for the occasion, and several chefs were grilling samples.

There were special discounts for all who attended on any merchandise purchased during the event. Every attendee had the option to enter his or her name in a raffle to win a brand new Kamado Joe Grill.


Classic Clothes, Locally Designed

Written by Jill Nossa, Friday, 21 June 2013 00:00

A local mother has combined her love of classic kids fashion with her desire for affordable clothing to create a children’s clothing line that is fit for her own four tots.

Monica Noone, a graduate of St. Dominic’s High School, launched Pennymeade this spring with a party at Nassau Country Club in Glen Cove.

“I was so frustrated that all the clothes I liked for my kids were so expensive,” says Noone. “We’d go to a barbecue and one ketchup stain later, we’re throwing out $350 worth of clothes.”


Successful ArtWalk Stroll

Written by Dagmar Fors Karppi, Wednesday, 19 June 2013 00:00

With notices now coming in, the first ArtWalk on June 2, was a success.  Walter Imperatore, co-chair of the Marketing Committee of the Oyster Bay-East Norwich Chamber of commerce offered, “We were generally happy with the results. Jim Perna of Long Island Picture Frame, who’s running this event for the chamber, said that he saw an increase in the number of people on the streets.  That being said, we were looking to attract more people.”

ArtWalk also gave several artists the opportunity to share their talent with the public as the Arts & Antiques Walk planned for this summer’s Sundays debuted. It is intended to bring people to the hamlet by adding “eye candy” to the streetscape and Julie and David Heiss of the Madd Potter agreed it did.


How I Love Sagamore Hill

Written by Robert Grabowski Saturday, 08 June 2013 00:00

The final 2013 lecture in the John A. Gable series was somewhat different from past lectures. The May 16 lecture showcased Xiomaro’s (pronounced SEE-oh-MAH-ro) wonderful and inspiring “How I love Sagamore Hill” photo collection. Commissioned by Sagamore Hill National Historic Site, and displayed in collaboration with the Oyster Bay Historical Society at the Koenig Center, “How I love Sagamore Hill”, derives from Theodore Roosevelt’s well-known quote to his wife Edith on the day before his death.


Improving The Community For 50 Years

Written by Pat Aitken, Thursday, 20 June 2013 00:00

Members of the Oyster Bay and East Norwich Civic Association celebrated 50 years of civic engagement and working to better their communities at the Pine Hollow Country Club on Friday, May 31. Many civic groups come together when a specific issue is raised, and then fade away or become inactive. The East Norwich Civic Association has remained strong and vibrant and has continued to work to better the community.  

As the Civic Association brochure states, “Good communities do not simply exist – they arise with community involvement.  We endeavor to be a proactive organization that resolves concerns before they become greater issues.  We alert residents of plans that may diminish the character of the community, such as downzoning and inappropriate land use.”  Nassau County Legislator Judy Jacobs and Town of Oyster Bay Receiver of Taxes James J. Stefanich presented the Civic Association with citations in recognition of the 50th anniversary.


Foundation At The Heart Of Oyster Bay

Written by Dagmar Fors Karppi, Thursday, 13 June 2013 00:00

Abby and George O’Neill greeted their Garden Party guests in front of a old fashioned carriage decorated with balloons at their annual Memorial Day weekend fundraiser for the Community Foundation of Oyster Bay-East Norwich (CF) on Sunday, May 26. “We’ve been very lucky with the weather over the years,” said Abby O’Neill.

Joseph Donohue, CF Board President mentioned the weather too, as he welcomed guests thanking the O’Neill family for their generosity and adding, “They have magical powers over the weather.” It rang true in that it was once again an exceptional day of meeting friends, neighbors and supporters of all things Oyster Bay on the day that officially starts the summer season.


Nassau D.A. Shames Local ‘Johns’

Thursday, 13 June 2013 00:00

Across Nassau County, residents are reacting with a mix of appreciation and shock to the Nassau County District Attorney’s recent arrests of more than 100 men for soliciting prostitutes, including one man from Mill Neck.

The DA’s office not only arrested the men, but made public their names and photographs. The arrests came after a month-long undercover sting conducted by the DA’s office and the police department. “Operation Flush the Johns” was the first of its kind in Nassau County. In the last ten years, police have arrested fewer than 40 johns. While prostitutes are regularly the prime targets of investigations, those soliciting them are overlooked.


Juniors Getting Ready To Sail

Friday, 14 June 2013 00:00

Recently Sagamore Yacht Club had a very successful enrollment session for the Sagamore YC Junior Sailing Program.  Members and residents of Oyster Bay alike were drawn to the program, and the club exceeded the initial enrollment expectations across the four two-week sessions starting June 25.

Parents and children were able to meet and discuss the program highlights, view the Optimist Sailing Dinghy (aka “Opti”) and speak with Bill Peterson, director of Junior Sailing, as well as Caitlin Fitzpatrick, senior sailing instructor.


New Board Life Enrichment Center

Written by Dagmar Fors Karppi, Wednesday, 12 June 2013 00:00

Oyster Bay’s Life Enrichment Center had its annual meeting on Tuesday, May 28, when new officers are elected and family and friends were invited for food and entertainment.

The newly elected board president is Susan R. Peterson, who joined the board in 1993.

Peterson has served on the board of LECOB (formerly Doubleday Babcock) for almost 20 years. She has been an active member of the bylaws committee and in fundraising, including the Garden Soirees and Day at the Races.


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