Babylon Town Supervisor Rich Schaffer and Councilwoman Jacqueline Gordon recently recognized North Babylon native Danny Green of the NBA’s San Antonio Spurs for his work in the community with his Team Green Basketball Camp, which teaches basketball fundamentals and the value of teamwork to local children of all ages. A presentation was held on the basketball courts of the Town Hall Annex on Phelps Lane with members of the camp in attendance.Bayport Elementary Chorus Performs Anthem at Ducks Game
The Sylvan Avenue Elementary Chorus recently performed the National Anthem at a Long Island Ducks game. The students, as well as family members and teachers, then got to enjoy watching the game which the Ducks won. "I am so proud of all my students for doing such a great job," chorus teacher Margaret A. Carton told Patch in an email.
Tuna Club Tournament Brings Hundreds to Docks
The Babylon Tuna Club's 62nd annual Tuna Tournament went off without a hitch, drawing large crowds all weekend long to the Babylon Village Docks. Fishermen big and small tried to bring in the biggest tuna fish they could find out on the Great South Bay, some weighing over 100 pounds and longer than six feet!
Wheatley Heights 6th Grader Set to Appear in Broadway Musical
Young Anthony Pierini has an impressive resume, even if he's only 10 years old. How many 6th graders have an IMDB page?
Anthony, who will attend Candlewood Middle School this year, is set to star in the Broadway musical "Big Fish," based on the 2003 film starring Ewan McGregor and Albert Finney about a disbelieving son who learns about his dad through his tall tales. Anthony will play the part of a young version of the son. He shares the role of "Young Will" with another boy.