The long weekend of September 20-23 was certainly an arduous one for members of Atlantic Steamer Fire Company’s (ASFC) Dive/ Water Rescue Team. Six divers earned certification as Public Safety Diver (PSD). PSD is a basic certification needed for rescue diving within a public safety (in this case, fire department) dive team.
The training took place at beaches in Oyster Bay and Glen Cove and at the Atlantic Steamer Marine Facility at Theodore Roosevelt Memorial Park. Danny Rivera and Chris Zino are in charge of diver training for the fire company. Both are master scuba diver trainers and PSD instructors.
The Saint Dominic C.Y.O. Soccer program hosted a Breast Cancer Awareness Day at the beautiful playing fields on Sunday, Sept. 30. This event, the first of its kind for the C.Y.O., was a rousing success, with over $600 raised while garnering a tremendous response from both the local community and from the visiting opponents from Holy Spirit parish and Sacred Heart parish.
With the families of the Lady Bayhawk soccer players supplying delicious baked goods, crafts made by the players, and pink ribbon sweatbands and armbands, the occasion was a chance for not only the Saint Dominic C.Y.O. family to recognize those in our area affected by breast cancer, but to celebrate those survivors and their loved ones who have shown such bravery and resiliency.
Falcons United and Garden City Devils played to a 2-2 draw in sloppy conditions at Locust Valley High School on Saturday, Sept. 29. In an end to end game with many missed chances on each end, both teams are probably dissatisfied with the result.
Mark Salas put United ahead early with a calm finish following some nifty passing in the build up. This marked the third time in four games that United has struck first. But the lead did not make it to halftime, and the boys found themselves trailing midway thru the second half.
The Huntington-Oyster Bay Chapter of the National Audubon Society (HOBAS) will be hosting their first Walk/Run for Wildlife and Conservation on Saturday, Oct. 27, at Planting Fields Arboretum, with all proceeds benefiting the chapter’s conservation fund.
This event, for those willing to walk, run or do a combination of both, is designed to raise money for the chapter’s important conservation initiatives such as habitat restoration efforts, wildlife research projects, and conservation advocacy. “Participating in this fun-filled morning, with other like-minded folks, is a great way to help the wildlife and our environment on a local and regional level,” said Stella Miller, chapter president.
The annual Commodore’s Cup Regatta and dinner were held on Sept. 15. This event was a salute to the outgoing commodore, Darren Martin. The race started at 11 a.m. All sailors were invited to participate regardless of experience and race courses were adjusted accordingly.
The awards ceremony and dinner took place at the Sagamore Club house that evening. Sailors, power boaters and other members are all invited to enjoy the evening. The dinner was catered by Jack Halyards of Oyster Bay.
More than 20 participants took place in the NFL Punt Pass Kick competition hosted by the Oyster Bay Rotary Club on Sunday, Sept. 23. These youngsters earned first-place honors in their respective age groups:
Girls Age 8-9 - Emma Guarini of Oyster Bay, 74.3 feet
Karen DeVine-Taglia will be running in the Nov. 4 ING New York City Marathon again. She is looking for people who would like to support her charity in the race.
“I’m running the NYC Marathon with Fred’s Team to support crucial research at Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center.
BU14 Falcons United came out flying in the season opener, scoring off the kick off in fewer than 10 seconds. The tone was set, and the boys kept up a blistering pace to win comfortably 5-2.
Coming off a successful Labor Day Weekend tournament, the offense was clicking, and United’s passing and speed of play carried the day. Four different players scored as Elvin Zavala twice hit the back of the net in the convincing win against Valley Stream.
Runners, walkers and wheelchair athletes of all ages and levels of ability are invited to join in the fun on Saturday, Oct. 13, and accept the challenge of the Oyster Bay Town Supervisor’s 5 Kilometer Run. It is the opening event for the 29th Oyster Festival to be held Oct. 13 and 14 from 11 a.m. to 6 p.m.
The Run will once again start on South Street in the heart of downtown Oyster Bay, head up Berry Hill Road, turn down Sandy Hill Road, with a great finish on East Main Street to Townsend Square. This is the sixth year that the Run will be utilizing a unique course that will show you the scenic beauties of Oyster Bay at their best!
There is still time to sign up for one of the most exciting fun-filled events ever planned by the Oyster Bay Republican Club.
The club is running its 16th Annual Golf Outing at the Brookville Country Club. This event is to be held on Monday, Oct. 1. This event is open to men and women! Non-golfers can also participate by attending the cocktail hour and dinner.
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