The United States Tennis Association (USTA) has announced that Will Ferrell, multi-award winner and platinum-selling artist Jordin Sparks, rising stars Honor Society and Usher protégé Justin Bieber will team with former US Open champion Andy Roddick and additional superstar players for the 14th annual Arthur Ashe Kids’ Day presented by Hess. The popular full-day tennis and music festival for children and families – including interactive games, musical entertainment and tennis clinics – will be hosted by television personalities Susie Castillo and Quddus. The festivities are set for Saturday, Aug. 29 at the USTA Billie Jean King National Tennis Center in Flushing, from 9:30 a.m. to 4 p.m. The tennis and music festival kicks off the 2009 US Open, which runs from Aug. 31 to Sept. 13.
Registration is now open for the School for Language and Communication Development’s (SLCD) Tenth Annual Golf Outing on Monday, Aug. 17, at The Creek in Locust Valley. “We are positive this year’s golf outing will not disappoint,” said Dr. Ellenmorris Tiegerman, president and founder of SLCD. “Our golf outing is the perfect opportunity for golfers to play their favorite sport knowing their golfing experience will help children with special needs.” By participating in this event, SLCD supporters and friends help raise funds that will directly benefit students at both SLCD schools in Glen Cove and Woodside. Registration and brunch for the outing begin at 10 a.m., along with an open driving range for all participants. The official shotgun time is at noon.
Sagamore Yacht Club, located in Oyster Bay, celebrated the 4th of July with its Annual Raft-Up at its club mooring on Oyster Bay located in the heart of Oyster Bay Cove. The weather and the water were beautiful.
The main anchor was Epicure, belonging to Past Commodore Joe and Doris Gentile. Many sailboats and powerboats tied up on either side of Epicure for a day of family fun, sun, good food and great friends.
Bob Reilly, of Oyster Bay, has spent his life in the world of sports, sports television and television, and now looks forward to bringing new life to an expanded AAU Baseball program in the New York Metropolitan area.
Mr. Reilly said, “The AAU baseball Metropolitan program is growing rapidly, and will see a 400 percent gain in new clubs and teams by the end of the year.
The Saint Dominic sixth-grade C.Y.O. baseball team which, on June 30, beat St. Killians of Farmingdale 4-1 to capture its second consecutive CYO championship.
The Bayhawks record over the last two years is a remarkable 24 wins and only one loss! Coached by Frank Mammano and assisted by Mike Maloney, the team represented St. Dominic parish and the Oyster Bay-East Norwich community in an exemplary manner.
Applications are now available and online registration is now open for the 2009 Arrow Exterminating Company Long Island Women’s 5 Kilometer Run, and women runners and walkers of all ages and abilities are cordially invited to participate.
This will be the 26th anniversary edition of the Run, which is Long Island’s only running event that is for women only, and it will be held on Saturday, July 18 starting and finishing at the Woodward Parkway Elementary School in Farmingdale.
Congratulations to 49-year-old Kelly Pickard of Oyster Bay for her award winning performance in the 18th annual David Lerner Associates Long Island Police Appreciation Run, held in Eisenhower Park on Thursday evening, June 11.
At the All County Awards dinner on Wednesday, June 17 at the Marriott in Hempstead, Coach Ron Scudder was presented with the “JV Coach of the Year” award. Coach Scudder’s Oyster Bay High School Junior Varsity Baseball team enjoyed a stellar season with a record of 17-1.
On Saturday, June 13, the New York State Southeast Regional Champion baseball team from Oyster Bay faced off against the Wildcats of Maple Hill, New York in round one of the New York State final four championship. Before the game began it was announced that Joe Carbone was chosen by the coaches to be honored with the sportsmanship award.
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