There is a lot of good news being generated by the young people at the Oyster Bay High School. The Oyster Bay High School Foreign Language Honor Society put on a spectacular concert to raise money for the Haitian relief effort on Tuesday, Feb. 9 in the Oyster Bay High School Performing Arts Center (the PAC). Big Shot was performing. They are a premier Billy Joel tribute band. They raised over $11,000 for Haiti earthquake relief.
The Oyster Bay High School Varsity Basketball team did wonderfully at the semi-finals against Locust Valley played at SUNY Old Westbury. They won the semi-final on a 35-foot shot with less than one second to go in the game.
They will be playing in the finals at C.W. Post this Saturday evening, Feb. 20, at 8 p.m. Now that is the place to be on Saturday night, wearing purple and gold. Great good luck to the Baymen!
Gregory Adami correctly identified the Feb. 4 mystery photo as, “The florist on West Main Street, Andrew Pascoe at 47 West Main Street.”
Alice O’Hagan said, “This week’s is the florist in the renovated building next to Next to New used clothing.”
It was a great weekend in Oyster Bay. The snow didn’t come but it did cancel the Oyster Bay-East Norwich School District budget presentation. It was re-scheduled for Tuesday, Feb. 23. [That left Saturday morning free for some of us.]
Raynham Hall Museum held its fabulous fund raiser at Planting Fields on Feb. 6, and Rebecca Finelli, co-chair said, “It went well. Most people liked having it at Planting Fields Coe Hall mansion. It’s a lovely place and has a romantic atmosphere which went with the theme of the event – Valentine’s Day. We were delighted to have Barbara Ernst Prey as our honoree. She has been a very generous supporter of the museum for quite a while. She is a lovely individual, and a friend of Raynham Hall and we thought it was a great year to honor her.”
The problem with information is that it may be out there, but you sometimes really have to work hard to find it.
The Oyster Bay-East Norwich Board of Education members determined last year that they would vote on the salary increase of the Superintendent of Schools, the Assistant for Curriculum, and the Assistant for Business at the July 7, 2009 re-organization meeting – after the school budget vote had passed.
Billy Minicozzi said the Mystery Picture in the Jan. 28 issue of the Enterprise Pilot was the Town of Oyster Bay 9/11 sign in Oyster Bay. That is not correct. [On a sports note he said the last time the Jets won the Superbowl was in 1969. The Mets won that year too and what was interesting is that they both won while playing in Shea Stadium. He said there was no Giants stadium in 1969. The Jets beat the Colts that year he said.]
“It is a small sailing ship by the boardwalk on Shore Road by the traffic light,” said Billy Minicozzi of the Jan. 21 mystery picture in the Enterprise Pilot. (It’s not quite right though.) As for the Jets, he said he hoped they go to the Super Bowl. The last time they won was 1959. “It has been almost 40 years,” said Billy Minicozzi. Unfortunately, the Jets lost to the Colts.
Michelle Pinto, director, Media Relations Dept. of Public Relations North Shore-LIJ Health System, alerted the media about a memorial event to be held at St. Dominic R.C.C.
She wrote, “On Jan. 25, 1990 , through a series of tragic miscommunications and human error, Avianca Flight 052 crashed in Cove Neck…killing 73 people, (passengers and crew).
Rosemary Colvin called and identified the Jan. 14 mystery picture in the Enterprise Pilot. She said, “I recognize the mystery picture. It’s Christ Church on East Main Street. The windows face East Main Street. and the Hispanic Cultural Center has space donated by them and I see that view all the time.” Ms. Colvin is on the HCC board.
As everyone is thinking about what to do to help the people of Haiti, some East Norwich firefighters decided to take action.
The results for last weeks and this weeks Mystery Pictures will be in next weeks issue.
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