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OB-EN Chat Meeting Focuses on Guidance Re-Do, Homework, Cap

Written by Dagmar Fors Karppi Friday, 20 January 2012 00:00

Dr. Harrington Initiates Discussion with Parents, Teachers, Students on School Issues

 Members of the community were invited to an informal chat on Thursday, Jan. 12 in Room 115 at the high school, as the introduction to the 2012-2013 Oyster Bay-East Norwich School budget. About 40 parents, teachers and board members attended and discussed their concerns.

Considering last year’s first budget forum, this was a way to informally hear people speak about their concerns without using “Robert’s Rules” of procedure.  The 2011 forum was a board meeting that - because of the number of people who came – was held in the auditorium. The board listened but didn’t answer questions. It was a very long night. Instead, this meeting was a dialog with Superintendent of Schools Dr. Phyllis Harrington acting as the chair and parents and students (seniors) asking questions, making suggestions and comments and answers were given.

 

TOB Holds Induction Ceremony for 2012

Written by Dagmar Fors Karppi Friday, 13 January 2012 00:00

 Quality of life issues are the main message

The Town of Oyster Bay inducted their newly elected officials on Jan. 2, in a ceremony of gratitude and thanks to the Republican Party leaders, the town workforce, the families who support them and the voters who as Supervisor John Venditto said – get their message. That message is preserving their quality of life, good fiscal management, and listening to civic leaders and making them partners instead of adversaries.

Supervisor Venditto spoke of the challenges of winning and having to do better each time. He said proudly, that they are winning by increasingly greater margins each time they seek election and said, “It’s because of the people in this room and beyond.

 

Lighting the Menorah in Oyster Bay Is an Ecumenical Community Event

Written by Dagmar Fors Karppi Friday, 13 January 2012 00:00

Oyster Bay Civic Association and Jewish Center celebrate a miracle

It was a busy holiday season for Oyster Bay Jewish Center Rabbi Marvin Demant as he lead Channukah events on Monday, Dec. 19 at 4:30 p.m. at OBJC; 5 p.m. at Harbor House; and 5:30 p.m. at the Derby-Hall Bandstand.

Rabbi Demant said, “The Oyster Bay Jewish Center celebrated Channukah symbolically, on the day before the first candle was to be lit the next night. The reason was that all the children of the Oyster Bay Jewish Center Hebrew School are there on Mondays. Our Hebrew school meets on Monday and Wednesday so it is easy for us to get them together those days.”

 

America’s First Valentine Card Inspires the First Valentine Fair

Written by Dagmar Fors Karppi Friday, 06 January 2012 00:00

Visit Oyster Bay, the Home of America’s First Valentine to Raynham Hall’s Sally Townsend

Ewa Rumprecht and Jolanta Zamecka of Think Long Island First said, “Within minutes of sending our first announcement of the Show the Love Valentine Competition we have received enthusiastic letters from prospective participants. We are thrilled with the response.”

The invitation to the competition said, “Love is all around us in many shapes and forms, and this Valentine’s Day a special competition will give local artists and budding artists-to-be a chance to show what love means to them in the way of the time-honored tradition of the Valentine.”

 

MSA Brings $950,000 in Outside Dollars to Hamlet

Written by D.F. Karppi Friday, 06 January 2012 00:00

Main Street Association Annual Meeting to Present the Future of Historic Oyster Bay

The Oyster Bay Main Street Association has been gently tweaking buildings in historic Oyster Bay by bringing in “outside dollars” to the hamlet over the past few years for restoration and preservation. They recently received a grant for $500,000 to add to $200,000 last year; and a $70,000 Preserve America federal matching grant; and a $10,000 grant for the Octagon Hotel. “So over the last three years, that comes to $950,000,” said Isaac Kremer, OB MSA executive director.

It would seem the Oyster Bay Main Street Association is building on their success with each grant they receive, but executive director Isaac Kremer said his best selling feature is Oyster Bay- the hometown of Theodore Roosevelt. “When I go around the country on conferences the best thing I can tell them is I’m restoring Theodore Roosevelt’s hometown and people understand and most of the time they go out of their way to support it. They appreciate the Roosevelts and that Oyster Bay is the place that should be kept at its best because it is a strong memorial to him,” Mr. Kremer said.

 

Celebrating a Life Lived with Purpose Joan Imhof of Bayville: Dies at 67

Written by Dagmar Fors Karppi Friday, 30 December 2011 00:00

Joan Aileen Whiteman Imhof died on Dec. 12. A resident of Bayville, she was the wife of John Imhof and the mother of Julie and Meg. She died at the age of 67, of complications of a fast moving pancreatic tumor.

Joan Imhof’s death is a loss to the community because in her life she made such an effort to work for the community’s good.

 

Holiday Art Exhibit and Sale Benefit For LECOB at Sewanhaka Yacht Club

Written by Dagmar Fors Karppi Friday, 30 December 2011 00:00

‘A New Vision for Seniors’ celebrated DBSC transition to The Life Enrichment Center at Oyster Bay

The Life Enrichment Center of Oyster Bay’s Board of Directors Fundraising Committee coordinated a Holiday Art Exhibit and Sale on Dec. 4. The event was held at the picturesque Sewanhaka Corinthian Yacht Club on Centre Island and featured the artwork of their in-Center artists as well as local noted artists.

At the Sewanhaka event, Gail Speranza, LEC executive director thanked the fundraising committee, including Beth Polner Abrahams, Patricia Azmitia, Edward Mohlenhoff, Susan Peterson Neuhaus and Lillian Soricillo. She presented a bouquet of flowers to Ms. Soricillo, chair of the group.

 

MTA Payroll Tax Repealed By State; Historic Tax Relief to Help Long Island

Written by D.F. Karppi Friday, 23 December 2011 00:00

NYS Governor Andrew Cuomo visited West Hempstead’s Cornwell Avenue School on Dec. 12, to sign into law the Middle Class Tax Cut and Job Creation bill, which has been touted by the governor and supporting legislators as bringing real tax relief to businesses and the middle class in New York State.

The state legislature passed the bill on Dec. 7.

 

Bayville Village Board Highlights: Beautification Committee Thanked

Written by Carla Panetta Friday, 23 December 2011 00:00

The Monday, Dec. 12, Bayville Village board meeting opened with the board’s business motions to accept the warrants and claims as presented, and to pass the prior meeting’s resolutions as accepted.

Environmental Conversation Committee (ECC)

A recommendation was accepted for an appointment to the Village of Bayville’s Environmental Conservation Commission. Ms. Beth Bates, a fourth-grade teacher from Bayville Intermediate School, was recommended to serve on the committee, which works on environmental projects such as removing invasive species from woodlands in the Harrison Williams Woods and preservation of trees, removing invasive vines.

 

Ida May Keel Laying Introduces the IMP Board

Written by Dagmar Fors Karppi Friday, 16 December 2011 00:00

Putting a Face on the Ida May Project and Its Mission

The life journey of the new Ida May began on December 9, 2011, at the official keel laying in J Building on the Western WaterFront of Oyster Bay. Two silver dollars were placed by Clint Smith and Franklin Flower into circular holes made by shipwright Dave Short for them. One is a 1925 silver dollar and the other, a 2011 silver dollar. Ida May Project board member Gregory Druhak said Mr. Short had to enlarge one hole since the 2011 silver dollar is bigger.

Shipwright Dave Short said after the weekend they would be standing up the eight frames that form the body of the ship that they just completed. “We are trying to create some momentum. I want to stay here and see it all through,” he said.

 

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