Robyn Hale called to identify the April 11 mystery picture in the Enterprise Pilot as the “Oyster Bay Water District facility on Shutter Lane in Oyster Bay Cove.”
Oyster Bay-East Norwich is a great community. But I am not particularly objective- having been born into this community more years ago than I now care to remember(!). What I have routinely seen over that time is that we do not generally ask for much, which I think speaks to the tremendous quality of the people who live and do business here - modest and relying more on the “do it yourself” attribute that drives this community.
Jessica Craft called to identify the April 1 mystery photo. She said, “It is the flagpole at Teddy Roosevelt Park.”
Editorials grow by themselves. Some topic or other produces a response that is personal, not objective, and deserves a mention. This is not to say that this writer is correct – just that is it an opinion. We are sure you have yours and that is what the letters to the editor are for.
Jessica Craft correctly identified the March 26 mystery picture in the Enterprise Pilot. She emailed the answer saying, “It is the wall inside the Theodore Roosevelt Elementary School. Each apple has a student’s name on it.”
Here’s a bee to put into your bonnet. If East Norwich had fields to offer to the mix in the Oyster Bay-East Norwich School District, there might not be this problem of needing fields.
Just think about that for a few moments...
Richard Oaks of Bayville correctly identified the March 18 mystery picture in the Enterprise Pilot. He said, “It’s the First Presbyterian Church. I was there for a recent fair.”
In celebration of the new Frederic R. & Margaret Coudert Clubhouse, the Kips Bay Boys & Girls Club hosted a ribbon cutting ceremony on Thursday, March 18.
Bev Zembko called to identify the mystery picture in the March 11 issue of the Enterprise Pilot. She said, “It is the bench and garden at the entrance to the Education and Office Building of the First Presbyterian Church with Randy Daub seated on the bench probably taking a break from the Thanksgiving Food Drive.”
It is a great credit to the Oyster Bay-East Norwich school community in that they truly support the district through their fundraising efforts. Last weekend we had a great time at the 10th annual Taste of the Gold Coast gala. The event is run by the Oyster Bay High School Parent Teacher Student Association and is a marvelous evening out with friends. The gala supports the arts in the schools.
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