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  • Brady Hopkins and Brennan Carey<br/><span style='font-style:italic'>Submitted by Enoughalready, Sag , May 23</span>
  • Twins Liam and Grace Brosnan, 13, at Provisions in Sag Harbor on Saturday collecting donations and spreading awareness about their charity Here@Home, which provides financial support to local families who need warm clothing and heating oil during the cold, winter months. SUMMER LOUCHHEIM<br/><span style='font-style:italic'>Submitted May 22</span>
  • Eighth-graders from Pierson Middle School met with U.S. Representative Lee Zeldin on the Capitol steps on their recent trip to Washington D.C.<br/><span style='font-style:italic'>Submitted May 19</span>
  • Sag Harbor Elementary School fifth-graders, left to right, Lilly Perello, Isabelle Caplin, Justin Gardiner, Khalita Martin, Augustus Hayes and Lyra Aubry, studnets in JoAnn Kelly’s class, have been studying the expeditions of Lewis and Clark and the Louisiana Purchase as part of a social studies unit. As part of the lesson, e students read historical texts, acted out historical scenes related to the time period and created original projects.<br/><span style='font-style:italic'>Submitted May 19</span>
  • Jill Schwartz at the CycloFemme and World Bicycle Relief women's group ride hosted by Sag Harbor Cycle Company in Sag harbor on Saturday. This year's ride will help provide to provide girls in rural Kenya with sturdy bicycles to ride to school. TOM KOCHIE<br/><span style='font-style:italic'>Submitted May 15</span>
  • Sporting temporary tattoos at the CycloFemme and World Bicycle Relief women's group ride hosted by Sag Harbor Cycle Company in Sag Harbor on Saturday. This year's ride will help provide to provide girls in rural Kenya with sturdy bicycles to ride to school. TOM KOCHIE<br/><span style='font-style:italic'>Submitted May 15</span>
  • Kathleen King at the CycloFemme and World Bicycle Relief women's group ride hosted by Sag Harbor Cycle Company in Sag Harbor on Saturday. This year's ride will help provide to provide girls in rural Kenya with sturdy bicycles to ride to school. TOM KOCHIE<br/><span style='font-style:italic'>Submitted May 15</span>
  • David Fletcher, Kathleen King, Julianne Idlet, Katherine Persky, Jennifer Schofield, MItti Ellams, Jill Schwartz, Susi Wunsch, and Jason Lucas at the CycloFemme and World Bicycle Relief women's group ride hosted by Sag Harbor Cycle Company in Sag Harbor on Saturday. This year's ride will help provide to provide girls in rural Kenya with sturdy bicycles to ride to school.    TOM KOCHIE<br/><span style='font-style:italic'>Submitted May 15</span>
  • Sag Harbor Elementary School kindergartners in Nina Landi’s class have been collecting bottletops, as part of a community service project with the goal of constructing a recycled bottletop bench for an underprivileged school in Michigan. The students need to collect 400 pounds of bottletops to complete the project and, so far, they have garnered 100 pounds of bottletops. Participating in the project are, left to right, Blake Day, Evie Berkoski, Matthew Dehler and Harrison Hellen.<br/><span style='font-style:italic'>Submitted May 4</span>
  • As part of an Earth Day celebration, Sag Harbor Elementary School second-graders in Jennifer Regan’s class researched various environmentalists. The students used the information they learned to create Google slideshows and shared what they learned with their peers during the school’s morning session on April 27. They also designed Earth Day shirts to wear during their presentation and recited the poem, “Earth Day” by Jane Yolen.<br/><span style='font-style:italic'>Submitted May 1</span>
  • On Earth Day on April 22, students from Pierson High School participated in the Great East End Cleanup and collected more than 300 pounds of trash from both sides of the Sag Harbor-North Haven Bridge. The bridge was dedicated in memory of Jordan Haerter, a Pierson Alumni who was killed while serving in Iraq and April 22 was the anniversary of this tragedy, making the day significant for the volunteers. The effort was spearheaded by the Pierson Interact Club, which is a community service club started by Cristina Stivala, a sophomore at Pierson High School.<br/><span style='font-style:italic'>Submitted Apr 27</span>
  • On Earth Day on April 22, students from Pierson High School participated in the Great East End Cleanup and collected more than 300 pounds of trash from both sides of the Sag Harbor-North Haven Bridge. The bridge was dedicated in memory of Jordan Haerter, a Pierson Alumni who was killed while serving in Iraq and April 22 was the anniversary of this tragedy, making the day significant for the volunteers. The effort was spearheaded by the Pierson Interact Club, which is a community service club started by Cristina Stivala, a sophomore at Pierson High School.<br/><span style='font-style:italic'>Submitted Apr 27</span>
  • At the Q&A after the screening of the Hamptons Take 2 Documentary Film Festival’s Spring Doc “The Pulitzer at 100” at Bay Street Theater on April 23 were, left to right, co-producer Ron Simon, Pulitzer Prize nominee Dava Sobel, who led the conversation, and director/producer Kirk Simon. CB GRUBB<br/><span style='font-style:italic'>Submitted Apr 27</span>
  • Sag Harbor Elementary School fifth-graders in JoAnn Kelly’s class recently raised more than $1,200 for the International Committee of the Red Cross, through a “Laps for Love” fundraiser. As part of the effort, the students procured pledges for money for every lap students ran or walked around the elementary school’s playground. The fundraiser was conducted in conjunction with a classroom lesson about human rights with students voting to make a difference by donating to a charity that helps others.<br/><span style='font-style:italic'>Submitted Apr 22</span>
  • Fiona and Keira Martin at the Sag Harbor Chamber of Commerce annual Easter Bonnet Parade on Saturday. KYRIL BROMLEY<br/><span style='font-style:italic'>Submitted Apr 17</span>
  • Tracy Mitchell, Daniel Marsili and Erik Battat the Sag Harbor Chamber of Commerce annual Easter Bonnet Parade on Saturday. KYRIL BROMLEY<br/><span style='font-style:italic'>Submitted Apr 17</span>
  • Violet and Sabrina McManus and Isabelle and Lily Caplin at the Sag Harbor Chamber of Commerce annual Easter Bonnet Parade on Saturday. KYRIL BROMLEY<br/><span style='font-style:italic'>Submitted Apr 17</span>
  • Bobbi, Lulu, and Tyler Liffen at the Sag Harbor Chamber of Commerce annual Easter Bonnet Parade on Saturday. KYRIL BROMLEY<br/><span style='font-style:italic'>Submitted Apr 17</span>
  • The Sag Harbor Chamber of Commerce hosted the annual Easter Bonnet Parade on Saturday afternoon.  KYRIL BROMLEY<br/><span style='font-style:italic'>Submitted Apr 17</span>
  • Sag Harbor Elementary School kindergartners recently participated in a Jungle Pet Vet classroom activity, as part of their studies on the jungle. Mia Milazzo and Jack Scuderi give their "pet" a check-up.<br/><span style='font-style:italic'>Submitted Apr 6</span>
  • "A Moveable Feast," a tasting of local foods and wines, sponsored by the Joshua Levine Memorial Foundation and Slow Food East End, was held at Dodds & Eder Landscape Design Showroom in Sag Harbor on Sunday afternoon. From left, Ryan and Holly Reventlow and Jonas Schwartz turned out to support the event. KYRIL BROMLEY<br/><span style='font-style:italic'>Submitted Apr 3</span>
  • "A Moveable Feast," a tasting of local foods and wines, sponsored by the Joshua Levine Memorial Foundation and Slow Food East End, was held at Dodds & Eder Landscape Design Showroom in Sag Harbor on Sunday afternoon. Among those at the event were Matt Forrest and Peggy Anderson. KYRIL BROMLEY<br/><span style='font-style:italic'>Submitted Apr 3</span>
  • On Saturday, April 1, LongHouse Reserve in East Hampton hosted a Pierson Fashion Workshop Exhibition and Fashion Show. Funded by the Donald Reutershan Educational Trust and LongHouse Reserve, Pierson students used the 16-acre reserve and sculpture garden as inspiration for their designs, which were unveiled on the runway later in the day.<br/><span style='font-style:italic'>Submitted Apr 3</span>
  • Sag Harbor Elementary School third-graders in Christopher Martin’s class have been exploring a variety of scientific topics, including simple experiments in electromagnetism and fluid viscosity.<br/><span style='font-style:italic'>Submitted Mar 24</span>
  • As part of a unit on nonfiction works, Sag Harbor Elementary School second-graders, including, left to right, Nicholas D’Angelo, Andrew Dehler, Grace Montero and Rashel Pacheco, students in Lacey Levine’s class recently penned their own nonfiction books. For the project, the students used titles written by children’s author Gail Gibbons as their inspiration.<br/><span style='font-style:italic'>Submitted Mar 17</span>
  • Sag Harbor Elementary School third-graders studying the whaling industry took a virtual tour of the Mystic Seaport Museum in Connecticut on March 3. Through the distance learning workshop, the students learned about the museum on a live, interactive video call with museum representatives who spoke to the students about the museum’s exhibits, history and the Charles Morgan whaling ship.<br/><span style='font-style:italic'>Submitted Mar 13</span>
  • In honor of Dr. Seuss’ birthday, second-graders at Sag Harbor Elementary School made “Cat in the Hat” hats and wore them throughout the day on March 3. Students also spent time reading classic Dr. Seuss books.<br/><span style='font-style:italic'>Submitted Mar 8</span>
  • Sag Harbor Elementary School kindergartners and fifth-graders took part in their school’s annual buddy skate on March 3 at Buckskill Winter Club in East Hampton. Cole Baxter gets some help from his fifth grade buddy Jack Davis.<br/><span style='font-style:italic'>Submitted Mar 8</span>
  • Sag Harbor Elementary School kindergartners and fifth-graders took part in their school’s annual buddy skate on March 3 at Buckskill Winter Club in East Hampton. Leanora Gangemi with her fifth grade buddy Helena Kolhoff.<br/><span style='font-style:italic'>Submitted Mar 8</span>
  • Sag Harbor Elementary School third-graders in Mr. Christopher Martin’s class recently explored Sag Harbor’s vast history as part of a field trip to the John Jermain Memorial Library. 
During the excursion, the students discovered the library’s granite courtyard, wrought-iron spiral staircase and labyrinth of rooms that each told a historical story. They learned about a hurricane that nearly destroyed the library and about the library’s namesake. 
“As they explored, they began to realize that this mysterious place was as much a character in their Sag Harbor story as it had been for the generations of children that had wondered its narrow passageways decades earlier,” said Mr. Martin. 
The visit culminated with students receiving their own library card. 
<br/><span style='font-style:italic'>Submitted by TinaBina, Farmingville, Mar 6</span>