|November 2, 2001|
Town of Oyster Bay Supervisor Candidate: Joe Lorintz
Although Democratic Town of Oyster Bay Supervisor candidate Joe Lorintz is a newcomer to the world of politics, he is very familiar with the Town of Oyster Bay. Lorintz has made it his mission to meet as many people in the town as possible and hear their concerns. "Coming to the tail end of the campaign, after meeting many people in the town, I know there is tremendous concern in the entire town about the direction of our future and how we have been governed over the last few years," said Lorintz.
Town of Oyster Bay Supervisor Candidate: John Venditto
Republican John Venditto, the 59th supervisor of the Town of Oyster Bay, took office on Jan. 1, 1998, and brings nearly two decades of experience in public service to the supervisor's office. He served as town attorney from 1991 to December 1997 and as a town councilman from 1981 to 1991. He is running for re-election to this third term as supervisor of the Town of Oyster Bay.
F&K Victory a Team Effort
Falk & Klebanoff's superb teamwork earned them a victory in their Jericho Athletic Association girl's fourth and fifth grade intramural soccer league game at Jackson School on Oct. 28. Playing their positions and passing the ball enabled F&K to defeat Marjam Supply Co. 2-0. Allison Gluck and Marissa Terrasi scored first-half goals and shutout goaltending by Victoria Saunders and Jennifer Waldman slammed the door.
Tigers Come out Roaring
The U-10 Jericho Tigers Boys Soccer team has come roaring out of the gate in their first foray into travel soccer. The team, coached by Brian Landow, Tom Goren, Lloyd Solomon, and Ricky, has made all of their supporters extremely proud. The Tigers opened their year by winning the HBC Labor Day Weekend Tournament. The Tigers won all 5 games that weekend over 3 days, and they went unscored upon for the entire tournament.
Over 60: Hearst Castle