Update on Ayhan
"I think the worst is over," said Ayhan Hassan, at a press conference he held at Main Street's Shish Kebab last Thursday, June 7. "But it's something I wouldn't wish on my worst enemy," he added speaking of the recent outbreak of shigellosis, a gastrointestinal illness, in his five restaurants.
Baxter Estates Eyes New Shields Hardware by Sept. 1
It looms over lower Main Street like a giant steel spider, but the ironwork for the new Shields Hardware Store is finally in place.
On The Bay
Bay racing is in full swing. The results for the Memorial Day weekend of May26-28th, starting with Saturday, May 26: Only three Sonars sailed. The finishers: 1. Sounder, #652, Rick Jordan, 2. Weekend Warrior, #421, Dan Simon/Bill Simon, and 3. Elusive, #316, Ed King/Mary Lu Dempsey. On Sunday, May 27th, RC ran three races. Results for the first and second race were the same: 1. Delight, #396, Bob Kirtland, 2. Sounder, and 3. Housemartin, #375, Greg Danilek/Beth Danilek. The results for the final race of the days: 1. Housemartin, 2. Delight, and LaurieB, #356, Bob Baskind. On Memorial Day, May 28th, there was only one race. Finishers: 1. Delight, 2. Weekend Warrior, and 3. Elusive. Knickerbocker YC was the Race Committee for all three day.
The Port Vipers (Boys U11) won one and tied one over a busy soccer weekend. The Vipers shut out the Plainedge Red Storm Saturday 5-0. Erik Schroeder paced the defense from his fullback spot. Rich Iumperatore turned in another fine game as goalie. Matt O'Dell, Jake Most and Will Rizzo also had good games in the backfield. Spencer Irving turned in another fine performance at midfield, feeding the ball forward and thwarting Plainedge's efforts at ball control. The offense was led by Harry Roberts with one goal and two assists, Nick Balterman with three goals, and one goal by Matt Siegel.
LWV Opposes Sr. Housing Proposal on Lower Main
Much Faith in Ayhan