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  • In an effort to support the Great East End Cleanup, the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints, organized a group of more than 40 individuals as part of  “Mormon Helping Hands,” a worldwide program in the church that focuses on service to individuals and communities. The group cleaned approximately 2.5 miles of roadway from the old Hampton Bays Diner to the Shell gas station, hauling nearly 50 bags full of trash. Edward McGuire gives out safety vests; Shayla Mackay doing her part at the old Hampton Bays Diner.<br/><span style='font-style:italic'>Submitted May 2</span>
  • In an effort to support the Great East End Cleanup, the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints, organized a group of more than 40 individuals as part of  “Mormon Helping Hands,” a worldwide program in the church that focuses on service to individuals and communities. The group cleaned approximately 2.5 miles of roadway from the old Hampton Bays Diner to the Shell gas station, hauling nearly 50 bags full of trash. Edward McGuire gives out safety vests; Shayla Mackay doing her part at the old Hampton Bays Diner.<br/><span style='font-style:italic'>Submitted May 2</span>
  • In an effort to support the Great East End Cleanup, the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints, organized a group of more than 40 individuals as part of  “Mormon Helping Hands,” a worldwide program in the church that focuses on service to individuals and communities. The group cleaned approximately 2.5 miles of roadway from the old Hampton Bays Diner to the Shell gas station, hauling nearly 50 bags full of trash. Edward McGuire gives out safety vests; Shayla Mackay doing her part at the old Hampton Bays Diner.<br/><span style='font-style:italic'>Submitted May 2</span>
  • On Earth Day, sixth-graders from East Quogue Elementary School visited the Bay Avenue Marina where they met with members of the Shinnecock Bay Restoration Program. The students, who learned first-hand about water quality and the dynamics of the bay environment, loaded dozens of bags of clams onto the organization’s boats. This program was funded by the Crowe Science Fund. From left, back row, Griffin Schuerer, Alan Saldana, Rachael Terry, Jaden Willingham, Dan Stark and Katelyn Stabile; front row, Anna Weeks and Lauren Schurek<br/><span style='font-style:italic'>Submitted May 2</span>
  • In an effort to support the Great East End Cleanup, the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints, organized a group of more than 40 individuals as part of  “Mormon Helping Hands,” a worldwide program in the church that focuses on service to individuals and communities. The group cleaned approximately 2.5 miles of roadway from the old Hampton Bays Diner to the Shell gas station, hauling nearly 50 bags full of trash. Edward McGuire gives out safety vests; Shayla Mackay doing her part at the old Hampton Bays Diner.<br/><span style='font-style:italic'>Submitted May 2</span>
  • As a Lenten activity, children in religious formation classes at St. Rosalie’s Catholic Church in Hampton Bays donated some of the money raised by them this year to help displaced children in the Middle East. They also gave some of the money raised to the Community Food Pantry and, on Sunday, April 24, they presented a check for $1,000 to Chris Kennedy of the Catholic Near East Welfare Association. Joining Chris Kennedy and the children for the presentation were Rev. Edward Sheridan, pastor of St. Rosalie’s and Marion Boden of its Committee for the Common Good.<br/><span style='font-style:italic'>Submitted May 2</span>
  • Hampton Bays kindergartners, with teacher Mary Beth Motz, celebrated Earth Day by making recycled paper on April 20.<br/><span style='font-style:italic'>Submitted Apr 29</span>
  • Centro Corazon de Maria and Neighbors In Support of Immigrants (NISI) recently hosted the second annual "Celebration of Immigration" event, which successfully achieved its goal to defray costs for local children to participate in summer youth programs by raising $2,400. This annual event recognizes the contributions that all ethnic groups make to the East End. Among those attending were event organizer Anne Hastings, left, and dance coordinator Alice Yaker.<br/><span style='font-style:italic'>Submitted Apr 20</span>
  • Centro Corazon de Maria and Neighbors In Support of Immigrants (NISI) recently hosted the second annual "Celebration of Immigration" event, which successfully achieved its goal to defray costs for local children to participate in summer youth programs by raising $2,400. This annual event recognizes the contributions that all ethnic groups make to the East End. Among those attending were, left to right, Lulu Bouvier and Southampton Town Councilman John Bouvier and Sally Pope.<br/><span style='font-style:italic'>Submitted Apr 20</span>
  • Hampton Bays Middle School Scrabble Club Competes In Massachusetts
  • The Hampton Bays Lions Club recently presented a donation to St. Rosalie's Church Food Pantry. At the presentation were, from left, Mary Howell, Tony Villareale, Catherine Andrejack and Frank Butz.<br/><span style='font-style:italic'>Submitted Apr 15</span>
  • Two Seals Rescued From Local Beaches Are Released Friday
  • The Hampton Bays Elementary School first-grade Community Service Committee presented a $700 check to the Southampton Animal Shelter on March 23. With the students is teacher Jonathan DellaSperanza.   COURTESY HAMPTON BAYS SCHOOL DISTRICT.<br/><span style='font-style:italic'>Submitted Apr 11</span>
  • Bruce and Nancy King recently visited their daughter, Julia, center, for the Cherry Blossom Festival in Changwon, South Korea, where she is a teacher. PHOTO COURTESY BRUCE KING<br/><span style='font-style:italic'>Submitted Apr 11</span>
  • The Hampton Bays High School Leo Club recently presented the Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation with a donation $435 check. They raised the money through a Valentine’s Day fundraiser in which they sold chocolate lollipops to their peers. Following that successful fundraiser, the club made raised money for an orphanage in Costa Rica through a “Sweatin’ for Cash” spin event at Marvil Fit in Hampton Bays.<br/><span style='font-style:italic'>Submitted Apr 11</span>
  • Girl Scouts at Bow Wow Boogie night at WHB elem School<br/><span style='font-style:italic'>Submitted by Staci Nappi, hampton Bays, Apr 8</span>
  • Troop 1802 at the Bow Wow Boogie<br/><span style='font-style:italic'>Submitted by Staci Nappi, hampton Bays, Apr 8</span>
  • Hampton Bays High School students, left to right, Ava Bianchi, Domenic Pensa and Matthew Zbikowski, recently performed at the Suffolk County Music Educators Association All-County Music Festival.<br/><span style='font-style:italic'>Submitted Apr 1</span>
  • Hampton Bays Elementary School students displayed their science projects at their school’s annual science fair. Among the participants were, standing left to right, Gianna Betta, Emily Robinson, Alexandra Flores, Joseph Arroyo and Emely Carillo, and seated Tony Haddock and Julianne Palmieri. COURTESTY HAMPTON BAYS SCHOOL DISTRICT<br/><span style='font-style:italic'>Submitted Apr 1</span>
  • Hampton Bays High School Science Research students learned about careers in the field of science during Brookhaven National Lab’s Women in Science, High School Career Day on March 30. COURTESY HAMPTON BAYS SCHOOL DISTRICT<br/><span style='font-style:italic'>Submitted Apr 1</span>
  • East Quogue’s James Kelly, a real property administrator, received the prestigious Building Owners and Managers Association of New York’s Pinnacle Award for the work he’s done in Manhattan at 101 Avenue of the Americas. The awards’ ceremony was held last month at Pier Sixty at Chelsea Piers, with some of the biggest names in New York City real estate in attendance.<br/><span style='font-style:italic'>Submitted Mar 29</span>
  • The cast and crew of the East Quogue Elementary School drama club production of "A Disney Dream," a compilation of many different Disney songs and dances. The performance took place on March 10 at the school. COURTESY EAST QUOGUE ELEMENTARY SCHOOL<br/><span style='font-style:italic'>Submitted Mar 29</span>
  • The cast and crew of the East Quogue Elementary School drama club production of "A Disney Dream," a compilation of many different Disney songs and dances. The performance took place on March 10 at the school. COURTESY EAST QUOGUE ELEMENTARY SCHOOL<br/><span style='font-style:italic'>Submitted Mar 29</span>
  • ANG Members Conduct Drill Off Ponquogue Beach In Hampton Bays Tuesday
  • troop 1802<br/><span style='font-style:italic'>Submitted by Staci Nappi, hampton Bays, Mar 24</span>
  • Cookies for the Irish<br/><span style='font-style:italic'>Submitted by Staci Nappi, hampton Bays, Mar 24</span>
  • Cookies for the Irish<br/><span style='font-style:italic'>Submitted by Staci Nappi, hampton Bays, Mar 24</span>
  • Four members of the Hampton Bays Junior High wrestling team took first place in their respective weight classes in a tournament at Hauppauge High School on March 12. From left: Dakota Thompson, Jaiden DeRosa, Nicholas Corredor, and River Orlando.<br/><span style='font-style:italic'>Submitted Mar 22</span>
  • Love of Learning preschool in Quogue held its annual Art Show on March 5, showcasing art work created by students in the two's, three's and four's classes during the month of February. CAILIN RILEY PHOTOS<br/><span style='font-style:italic'>Submitted Mar 21</span>
  • Love of Learning preschool in Quogue held its annual Art Show on March 5, showcasing art work created by students in the two's, three's and four's classes during the month of February. CAILIN RILEY PHOTOS<br/><span style='font-style:italic'>Submitted Mar 21</span>