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  • Hampton Bays Fire Department volunteers, left to right, Ross Hamilton, Lieutenant Greg Sikorsky, and former captain Rodney Trafford participated in the Tunnels to Towers Run in Manhattan on Saturday. COURTESY WESTHAMPTON BEACH FIRE DEPARTMENT<br/><span style='font-style:italic'>Submitted Sep 26</span>
  • Julian Davila and Chris Raimo of the Hampton Bays Fire Department at the halfway point in the Tunnels to Towers run in Manhattan.<br/><span style='font-style:italic'>Submitted Sep 26</span>
  • Students at the East Quogue School participated in the annual Wildcat Fun Run on Friday morning. The event was a fundraiser for the East Quogue PTA. The fun run was facilitated by the Boosterthon organization, and the nine-day program kicked off with a pep rally, followed by daily lessons that focused on character building and making a difference in the community. Students raised pledges throughout that time, with either flat donations or dollar amounts pledged per lap completed.<br/><span style='font-style:italic'>Submitted Sep 26</span>
  • Students at the East Quogue School participated in the annual Wildcat Fun Run on Friday morning. The event was a fundraiser for the East Quogue PTA. The fun run was facilitated by the Boosterthon organization, and the nine-day program kicked off with a pep rally, followed by daily lessons that focused on character building and making a difference in the community. Students raised pledges throughout that time, with either flat donations or dollar amounts pledged per lap completed.<br/><span style='font-style:italic'>Submitted Sep 26</span>
  • Students at the East Quogue School participated in the annual Wildcat Fun Run on Friday morning. The event was a fundraiser for the East Quogue PTA. The fun run was facilitated by the Boosterthon organization, and the nine-day program kicked off with a pep rally, followed by daily lessons that focused on character building and making a difference in the community. Students raised pledges throughout that time, with either flat donations or dollar amounts pledged per lap completed.<br/><span style='font-style:italic'>Submitted Sep 26</span>
  • Students at the East Quogue School participated in the annual Wildcat Fun Run on Friday morning. The event was a fundraiser for the East Quogue PTA. The fun run was facilitated by the Boosterthon organization, and the nine-day program kicked off with a pep rally, followed by daily lessons that focused on character building and making a difference in the community. Students raised pledges throughout that time, with either flat donations or dollar amounts pledged per lap completed.<br/><span style='font-style:italic'>Submitted Sep 26</span>
  • Students at the East Quogue School participated in the annual Wildcat Fun Run on Friday morning. The event was a fundraiser for the East Quogue PTA. The fun run was facilitated by the Boosterthon organization, and the nine-day program kicked off with a pep rally, followed by daily lessons that focused on character building and making a difference in the community. Students raised pledges throughout that time, with either flat donations or dollar amounts pledged per lap completed.<br/><span style='font-style:italic'>Submitted Sep 26</span>
  • Students at the East Quogue School participated in the annual Wildcat Fun Run on Friday morning. The event was a fundraiser for the East Quogue PTA. The fun run was facilitated by the Boosterthon organization, and the nine-day program kicked off with a pep rally, followed by daily lessons that focused on character building and making a difference in the community. Students raised pledges throughout that time, with either flat donations or dollar amounts pledged per lap completed.<br/><span style='font-style:italic'>Submitted Sep 26</span>
  • Students at the East Quogue School participated in the annual Wildcat Fun Run on Friday morning. The event was a fundraiser for the East Quogue PTA. The fun run was facilitated by the Boosterthon organization, and the nine-day program kicked off with a pep rally, followed by daily lessons that focused on character building and making a difference in the community. Students raised pledges throughout that time, with either flat donations or dollar amounts pledged per lap completed.<br/><span style='font-style:italic'>Submitted Sep 26</span>
  • Students at the East Quogue School participated in the annual Wildcat Fun Run on Friday morning. The event was a fundraiser for the East Quogue PTA. The fun run was facilitated by the Boosterthon organization, and the nine-day program kicked off with a pep rally, followed by daily lessons that focused on character building and making a difference in the community. Students raised pledges throughout that time, with either flat donations or dollar amounts pledged per lap completed.<br/><span style='font-style:italic'>Submitted Sep 26</span>
  • Students at the East Quogue School participated in the annual Wildcat Fun Run on Friday morning. The event was a fundraiser for the East Quogue PTA. The fun run was facilitated by the Boosterthon organization, and the nine-day program kicked off with a pep rally, followed by daily lessons that focused on character building and making a difference in the community. Students raised pledges throughout that time, with either flat donations or dollar amounts pledged per lap completed.<br/><span style='font-style:italic'>Submitted Sep 26</span>
  • Students at the East Quogue School participated in the annual Wildcat Fun Run on Friday morning. The event was a fundraiser for the East Quogue PTA. The fun run was facilitated by the Boosterthon organization, and the nine-day program kicked off with a pep rally, followed by daily lessons that focused on character building and making a difference in the community. Students raised pledges throughout that time, with either flat donations or dollar amounts pledged per lap completed.<br/><span style='font-style:italic'>Submitted Sep 26</span>
  • Students at the East Quogue School participated in the annual Wildcat Fun Run on Friday morning. The event was a fundraiser for the East Quogue PTA. The fun run was facilitated by the Boosterthon organization, and the nine-day program kicked off with a pep rally, followed by daily lessons that focused on character building and making a difference in the community. Students raised pledges throughout that time, with either flat donations or dollar amounts pledged per lap completed.<br/><span style='font-style:italic'>Submitted Sep 26</span>
  • Students at the East Quogue School participated in the annual Wildcat Fun Run on Friday morning. The event was a fundraiser for the East Quogue PTA. The fun run was facilitated by the Boosterthon organization, and the nine-day program kicked off with a pep rally, followed by daily lessons that focused on character building and making a difference in the community. Students raised pledges throughout that time, with either flat donations or dollar amounts pledged per lap completed.<br/><span style='font-style:italic'>Submitted Sep 26</span>
  • Students at the East Quogue School participated in the annual Wildcat Fun Run on Friday morning. The event was a fundraiser for the East Quogue PTA. The fun run was facilitated by the Boosterthon organization, and the nine-day program kicked off with a pep rally, followed by daily lessons that focused on character building and making a difference in the community. Students raised pledges throughout that time, with either flat donations or dollar amounts pledged per lap completed.<br/><span style='font-style:italic'>Submitted Sep 26</span>
  • Students at the East Quogue School participated in the annual Wildcat Fun Run on Friday morning. The event was a fundraiser for the East Quogue PTA. The fun run was facilitated by the Boosterthon organization, and the nine-day program kicked off with a pep rally, followed by daily lessons that focused on character building and making a difference in the community. Students raised pledges throughout that time, with either flat donations or dollar amounts pledged per lap completed.<br/><span style='font-style:italic'>Submitted Sep 26</span>
  • Students at the East Quogue School participated in the annual Wildcat Fun Run on Friday morning. The event was a fundraiser for the East Quogue PTA. The fun run was facilitated by the Boosterthon organization, and the nine-day program kicked off with a pep rally, followed by daily lessons that focused on character building and making a difference in the community. Students raised pledges throughout that time, with either flat donations or dollar amounts pledged per lap completed.<br/><span style='font-style:italic'>Submitted Sep 26</span>
  • Students at the East Quogue School participated in the annual Wildcat Fun Run on Friday morning. The event was a fundraiser for the East Quogue PTA. The fun run was facilitated by the Boosterthon organization, and the nine-day program kicked off with a pep rally, followed by daily lessons that focused on character building and making a difference in the community. Students raised pledges throughout that time, with either flat donations or dollar amounts pledged per lap completed.<br/><span style='font-style:italic'>Submitted Sep 26</span>
  • Hampton Bays High School seniors, left to right, George Ramirez, Erik Morastitla Rojas, Alexis Ochi, Christina Pasca, Chloe Haynes, Rachel Moscato, Rachel Smith, Nicholas Kolb, were recognized by the College Board as Advanced Placement Scholars. Also recognized were Stephanie Cruz and Bankesha Samuel.<br/><span style='font-style:italic'>Submitted Sep 21</span>
  • Westhampton Garden Club president Joy Flynn, left,  welcomes Marisa Nelson, director of the Quogue Wildlife Refuge, the program presenter at the Club's monthly meeting on September 12. With horned and screech owls in hand, Ms. Nelson highlighted the long-term partnership that the Westhampton Garden Club has had with the Quogue Wildlife Refuge.<br/><span style='font-style:italic'>Submitted Sep 19</span>
  • The Southampton Animal Shelter Foundation held a fundraiser at the Boardy Barn in Hampton Bays on Saturday evening. Pat Allen and Freddie Hughes, loyal Boardy Barn patrons since 1969 and 1970, also turned out to suppor the event. !TOM KOCHIE PHOTOS<br/><span style='font-style:italic'>Submitted Sep 12</span>
  • Adrienne Woodduck and chairwoman and benefit organizer Susie Kinscherf, right, at the Southampton Animal Shelter Foundation fundraiser at the Boardy Barn in Hampton Bays on Saturday evening. TOM KOCHIE PHOTOS<br/><span style='font-style:italic'>Submitted Sep 12</span>
  • Kate McEntee was among those who attended th Southampton Animal Shelter Foundation fundraiser at the Boardy Barn in Hampton Bays on Saturday evening. TOM KOCHIE PHOTOS<br/><span style='font-style:italic'>Submitted Sep 12</span>
  • Hampton Bays Middle School fifth-graders, left to right, Alex Blas, Alessandro Bejines, Rocco Guerra (back), Joseph Arroyo and Aidan Zielinski-Mendez,  during their lunch period on the first day of school last week.<br/><span style='font-style:italic'>Submitted Sep 9</span>
  • Kaylee Dalian presented Frank Amalfitano, president and CEO of the United Veterans Beacon House, with a check for $1,050. The United Veterans Beacon House is located in Riverhead and provides shelter to the East End’s homeless veterans. For her generosity, Kaylee was awarded the organization’s Certificate of Excellence. Kaylee is a sixth-grader at East Quogue Elementary School.<br/><span style='font-style:italic'>Submitted Sep 5</span>
  • Hampton Bays High School Class of 1976 held its 40th reunion on July 30 at Tiana Beach Community Center. Thirty-seven former classmates and four retired teachers attended the event.<br/><span style='font-style:italic'>Submitted Sep 5</span>
  • Surf Club also hosted its annual Family Swim Meet on Sunday, August 21. Emily Weiss was named Club Champion; Brigit Lapolla was named Best Senior Female Swimmer; Kade Murphree was named Best Senior Male Swimmer; Kaleigh Sommers earned Junior Club Champion; Maggie Rogers earned Best Junior Girl Swimmer; Cormac Lapolla was Best Junior Boy Swimmer; and Abby Law won Most Dedicated Swimmer at the family barbeque. The Surf Club Swim Team is coached by Darrell Henderson.<br/><span style='font-style:italic'>Submitted Aug 30</span>
  • Surf Club also hosted it's annual Family Swim Meet on Sunday, August 21. Emily Weiss was named Club Champion; Brigit Lapolla was named Best Senior Female Swimmer; Kade Murphhree was named Best Senior Male Swimmer; Kaleigh Sommers earned Junior Club Champion; Maggie Rogers earned Best Junior Girl Swimmer; Cormac Lapolla was Best Junior Boy Swimmer; and Abby Law won Most Dedicated Swimmer at the Family Barbeque. The Surf Club Swim Team is coached by Darrell Henderson.<br/><span style='font-style:italic'>Submitted Aug 30</span>
  • The Hampton Invitational took place Thursday, August 18, at the Surf Club of Quogue. Participants/winners from the Surf Club were Phoebe Cook, Ryan Rafferty, Abby Law, Cormac Lapolla, Maggie Rogers, Jackson Rose, Elle Reilly, Kellen Stewart, K Sommers, Kade Murphee, Eleannor Salvatore, Robert McCallister, Alexandria Fernandez, Adam Carroll, Catherine Lapolla, Sara Rogers, JR Coster, Jack Glen, Clare Burk, Maura Michalowski, Wylie Brimeyer, Briget Lapolla, Will Mazzaro and Sabastian Radcliffe.<br/><span style='font-style:italic'>Submitted Aug 30</span>
  • The Hampton Invitational took place Thursday, August 18, at the Surf Club of Quogue. Participants/winners from the Surf Club were Phoebe Cook, Ryan Rafferty, Abby Law, Cormac Lapolla, Maggie Rogers, Jackson Rose, Elle Reilly, Kellen Stewart, K Sommers, Kade Murphee, Eleannor Salvatore, Robert McCallister, Alexandria Fernandez, Adam Carroll, Catherine Lapolla, Sara Rogers, JR Coster, Jack Glen, Clare Burk, Maura Michalowski, Wylie Brimeyer, Briget Lapolla, Will Mazzaro and Sabastian Radcliffe.<br/><span style='font-style:italic'>Submitted Aug 30</span>