The United States Coast Guard Auxiliary Flotilla 12-03 held its first monthly meeting of 2010 at the Hideaway Restaurant in the Glen Cove Marina the evening of Jan. 8. In addition to the normal meeting agenda, the various FSOs (Flotilla Staff Officers) were sworn in by the District Auxiliary Commander, John Pitrowski.
Five Oyster Bay women took part in the New York Marathon on Nov. 1. Friends, they started their training in August. The women are Maryann Santos, Cara Baugh, Adrianne Faranda, Angela Sesti and Colleen Puccio.
This winter, the Boys & Girls Club of Oyster Bay-East Norwich will be offering a Ball Room Dance clinic in conjunction with the “Yoga Rocks” Studio in Oyster Bay. This very exciting program will be instructed by Vladimir Velev, a dance teacher at Yoga Rocks. It is designed for members in grades K-eight and will be held on Friday, Jan. 22, at the clubhouse. Members in grades K-two will dance from 4:15 to 5 p.m. while members in grades three through eight will glide gracefully from 3:30 to 4:15 p.m. The cost of this unique one-day clinic is just $5 for club members.
The following was submitted by Oyster Bay Baseball:
Please go to our website at www.oysterbaybaseball.com and register to play for the 2010 season, which runs from April to June.
The Incorporated Village of Bayville Adult Basketball and Volleyball Programs include: older teens and adults basketball on Monday and Thursday evenings from 7 p.m. to 10 p.m. and coed volleyball, Wednesday night from 7 p.m. to 10 p.m. Activities are held at the Bayville Intermediate School. For more information call 628-1439.
Registration is currently underway for 45 positions to form the under 19s and under 15s Long Island Colts boys rugby teams. Season dues are $150.
The Town of Oyster Bay will host the Supervisor’s College Hockey Challenge, a NCAA Division 1 College Hockey Showdown, at the Town of Oyster Bay Ice Skating Center on Stewart Avenue, Bethpage on Saturday, Jan. 9 at 8:00 p.m., according to Supervisor John Venditto.
Indoor golf lessons at the clubhouse this fall proved to be a hole-in-one! Indoor golf, instructed by athletic supervisor Kurt LeBright, was held at the clubhouse on Monday evenings. Participants hit special indoor golf balls that simulate the flight of real golf balls. The club’s golfers worked on the mechanics of their swings and hit targets to work on accuracy. Kurt worked one-on-one with the participants, as well as instructing group drills. The program included a trip to the Town of Oyster Bay Golf Course driving range on Tuesday, Nov. 24, where the children had an opportunity to hit real golf balls outdoors, as well as practice putting on the putting green. The trip was generously sponsored by Boys & Girls Club board member and Sports Committee Chairperson, Jim Litke. More information regarding indoor golf is available at the clubhouse, as well as on the website at www.bgcoben.org.
New York State Department of Motor Vehicles Commissioner David J. Swarts announced that a special license plate commemorating the New York Yankees’ 2009 World Series victory is now available. The new plate features the famous interlocking “NY” and official 2009 Major League Baseball logo.
For college students from Nassau County, winter break doesn’t have to mean a month of inactivity. The Nassau County Aquatic Center is offering Nassau County residents who are college students the opportunity to swim and work out through a short-term winter break membership.
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