Monthly Archives: November 2014

Town of Oyster Bay Invites Residents to Register for Adult Co-Ed Badminton Program

Residents looking for a fun activity to brighten up the upcoming winter months are invited to take part in the Town of Oyster Bay’s Adult Co-Ed Badminton Program, according to Town Councilwoman Rebecca M. Alesia. The program is open to Town residents and non-residents 18 and older, and will be held at the Town of Oyster Bay Hicksville Athletic Center.
The Badminton program starts on Sunday, January 4th and will be held on Thursdays, Fridays, [Read More]

Town of Oyster Bay Open Court Volleyball Program Returning this Winter

Residents looking for a new social activity or outlet for keeping in shape during the winter months are invited to take part in the Town of Oyster Bay’s Winter 2015 Open Court Volleyball Program, according to Town Councilman Anthony D. Macagnone. The program is open to Town residents and non-residents 18 and older, and will be held at the Town of Oyster Bay Hicksville Athletic Center.
Prior to the Open Court Volleyball Program starting in [Read More]

Councilman Pinto Issues Carbon Monoxide Safety Tips

Known as the “Silent Killer,” carbon monoxide, commonly called CO, is the leading cause of accidental poisoning deaths in America. Oyster Bay Town Councilman Joe Pinto is urging residents to take an inventory of their home to help insure they are protected against this potentially lethal substance and outlined some simple steps residents can take to protect themselves and their loved ones.
 “Carbon monoxide is colorless, odorless and tasteless, and has the potential to be [Read More]

Town of Oyster Bay Offers Brochure on Program for the Handicapped

The Group Activities Program (GAP) is a social and therapeutic recreation program developed to meet the needs of Town of Oyster Bay residents who are mentally challenged, developmentally disabled, learning disabled or autistic. For residents who would like more information about this program, the Town has available an informative brochure, according to Town Councilwoman Michele M. Johnson.
“The primary aim of GAP, which is under the auspices of the Town’s Department of Community & Youth [Read More]