The Sea Cliff Yacht Club has announced dates and registration details for the 36th Annual Around Long Island Regatta (ALIR). The summer classic sailboat race will begin on Thursday, July 26 and conclude by Sunday, July 30 with a beach party awards gala.
The ALIR combines the challenges of open ocean racing and the beauty of coastal cruising, setting a breathtaking 190-mile course from Brooklyn to Montauk, into Gardiners Bay and Long Island Sound. A workout for all the sailing skills, the race is a favorite of veteran racing captains trying to match the blistering 17-hour course record, and is also perfect for weekend cruisers who want to test the racing waters.
Join in a night of family fun at the Boys & Girls Club of OB-EN’s Third Annual Family Kickball Night. Club members, along with their family and friends, are invited to participate in this family event hosted by the club‘s parents’ council, on Friday, May 18. The event starts at 7 p.m. with registration. Refreshments will be available for purchase at an additional cost, at this time.
At 7:30 p.m., let the games begin. Club members and their guests are invited to sign up on a team and play with their family and friends. The club promises that a great time will be had by all. Parents must provide supervision for children and their guests.
For those who want to test themselves beyond the marathon distance of 26 miles, 385 yards that marks the ultimate accomplishment for most runners, the Long Island Greenbelt Trail 50 Kilometer Run is the place to do it. The Run will be held on Saturday, May 12, starting and finishing at the Greater Long Island Running Club (GLIRC) headquarters on Dupont Street in Plainview, which is about a half mile from the Sunnyside Boulevard trailhead of the Greenbelt Trail.
The East Norwich-Muttontown-Brookvilles Republican Club enjoyed their third annual bowling night on Friday, March 23 at AMF Syosset Lanes. It was a wonderful, fun-filled evening with family and friends, complete with buffet, beverages, three games of bowling, prizes and many raffles. The 50/50 raffle was won by Mary Reardon.
This Saturday, April 28, two Oyster Bay community organizations will be walking with their constituencies, bringing awareness to their missions, and most importantly celebrating wellness. The Life Enrichment Center will be hosting its 7th Annual Community Wellness Walk and the Oyster Bay Cooperative Preschool (OBCP) will once again be joining us. The OBCP plays an important role in the lives of the members of our adult day care program. Once a month, the 3- and 4-year-old students along with the school’s director, Bev Zembko and her assistants, visit our Day Break program bringing joy and positivity to our members.
All PAL sport programs are highly beneficial to their participants by instilling a positive work ethic, determination, patience, tolerance, and respect for themselves and others. In addition, the program provides a safe environment for physical activity, competition, and personal growth.
Nassau County Executive Edward P. Mangano, on April 9, joined RXR Realty Chief Executive Officer Scott Rechler, Nancy Mariano, regional director of Friends of Karen and Long Island Marathon runner Brian Ihm, who has been running with the Friends of Karen team for four years, inside the winter garden at RXR Plaza in Uniondale, to announce the 2012 RXR Long Island Marathon Weekend, which will be held Friday, May 4 through Sunday, May 6. The marathon has grown to include a full and a half marathon, 10k, 5k, 1-mile run and Kids Fun Run.
Congratulations to Enno DeRoos of Oyster Bay, who scored as the first-place finisher in the Clydesdale 200 pound Weight Division in the 15th Annual Lazer Aptheker, Rosella & Yedid Kings Park 15 Kilometer Run on March 24.
Runner DeRoos crossed the finish line at the new Discovery School in Kings Park in one hour, 10 minutes, 26 seconds; thats 29 seconds in front of division runner-up David Whitwell. A total of 633 runners successfully navigated the 9.3 miles up and down the hills of Kings Park. Mile for mile, this is arguably the toughest course of any Long Island race, but local runners proved equal to the task.
On March 26, the Long Island Ducks announced the signing of pitcher Gustavo Chacin. The former Major Leaguer begins his first season in the Atlantic League and 14th in professional baseball.
“Gustavo brings a tremendous amount of Major League experience to our rotation,” says Ducks President/General Manager Michael Pfaff. “We are excited to see him on the mound this season.”
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