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  • Tuckahoe School students, from left, Ava Lima, Emma Cervone, Mya Halsey and Stella Lima were among those who were selected to participate in the annual Hamptons Music Educators Association's festival recently.<br/><span style='font-style:italic'>Submitted Feb 15</span>
  • Nicholas Maddock, a senior at Southampton High School, has been named the Rotary Student of the Month for February.<br/><span style='font-style:italic'>Submitted Feb 14</span>
  • Southampton High School thespians staged a production of “Mamma Mia!” on February 8 and 9.<br/><span style='font-style:italic'>Submitted Feb 13</span>
  • Southampton High School thespians staged a production of “Mamma Mia!” on February 8 and 9.<br/><span style='font-style:italic'>Submitted Feb 13</span>
  • Southampton High School students recently visited Quebec City, where thye explored the culture of the area in temperatures that hovered around 35 degrees below zero.<br/><span style='font-style:italic'>Submitted Feb 13</span>
  • Jeff Muhs, Ruby Jackson, Darlene Charneco, Amy Kirwin, Kara Hoblin, Jerome Lucani, Laurie Lambrecht and Daniel Cabrera at the opening of the artists in residence show "Takeover!" at the Southampton Arts Center on Saturday. TOM KOCHIE<br/><span style='font-style:italic'>Submitted Feb 11</span>
  • Artist Daniel Cabrera at the opening of the artists in residence show "Takeover!" at the Southampton Arts Center on Saturday. TOM KOCHIE<br/><span style='font-style:italic'>Submitted Feb 11</span>
  • Jerome Lucani, Joe Mangiaraciana and Bridget Fleming at the opening of the artists in residence show  "Takeover!" at the Southampton Arts Center on Saturday.  TOM KOCHIE<br/><span style='font-style:italic'>Submitted Feb 11</span>
  • Artist Kara Hoblin at the opening of the artists in residence show "Takeover!" at the Southampton Arts Center on Saturday. TOM KOCHIE<br/><span style='font-style:italic'>Submitted Feb 11</span>
  • Cletus "The Hebrew Hammer" Seldin, a super lightweight professional boxer from Shirley, held a free boxing clinic at Hill Street Boxing in Southampton on Saturday morning. The event was sponsored by Montauk Iced Tea.<br/><span style='font-style:italic'>Submitted by CASSIDY RADZIUL, , Feb 11</span>
  • Cletus "The Hebrew Hammer" Seldin, a super lightweight professional boxer from Shirley, held a free boxing clinic at Hill Street Boxing in Southampton on Saturday morning. The event was sponsored by Montauk Iced Tea.<br/><span style='font-style:italic'>Submitted by CASSIDY RADZIUL, , Feb 11</span>
  • Cletus "The Hebrew Hammer" Seldin, a super lightweight professional boxer from Shirley, held a free boxing clinic at Hill Street Boxing in Southampton on Saturday morning. The event was sponsored by Montauk Iced Tea.<br/><span style='font-style:italic'>Submitted by CASSIDY RADZIUL, , Feb 11</span>
  • Cletus "The Hebrew Hammer" Seldin, a super lightweight professional boxer from Shirley, held a free boxing clinic at Hill Street Boxing in Southampton on Saturday morning. The event was sponsored by Montauk Iced Tea.<br/><span style='font-style:italic'>Submitted by CASSIDY RADZIUL, , Feb 11</span>
  • Cletus "The Hebrew Hammer" Seldin, a super lightweight professional boxer from Shirley, held a free boxing clinic at Hill Street Boxing in Southampton on Saturday morning. The event was sponsored by Montauk Iced Tea.<br/><span style='font-style:italic'>Submitted by CASSIDY RADZIUL, , Feb 11</span>
  • The Southampton School District varsity chess team, are the Suffolk County Chess League co-champs, bringing home the first county title for the school from Saturday’s tournament.  From left, Griffin Schwartz, Elijah Halsey (a Top 5 Player in Tournament), Remi Wesnofske, Oscar Avendano, Gabe Camacho (Top 5 Player in Tournament), and Coach Barry Raebeck.<br/><span style='font-style:italic'>Submitted Feb 11</span>
  • Tuckahoe School has recently unveiled its Wall of Honor where students will be recognized as Students of the Semester. This semester's honorees are eighth-graders Thayer Schwartz and Vanessa Reyes, who were recently congratuated by Board of Trustees  members, Robert Grisnik, left, Sean Hattrick, and Daniel Crough, right.<br/><span style='font-style:italic'>Submitted Feb 8</span>
  • The next meeting of The Olde Towne Garden Club will be held at 11:30 a.m. on Tuesday, March 11, 2019 at the Southampton Historical Museum. Discussion topics relating to flower and vegetable gardening, pollination, protection from Lymes disease, the safe guarding of our aquafer, as well as demonstrations and instruction of flower designs are offered during the luncheons. From left, are members In photo below are members  Jean Waters, Madeline O'Keefe and Valerie Zuccarelli, at a recent Garden Club event. New members are welcome and may contact Monica Freeman at 631 -738-8785 for additional information.<br/><span style='font-style:italic'>Submitted Feb 8</span>
  • Our Lady of the Hamptons School Prep 8 student Juliette Kearns with her grandmother Catherine Queally at a recent Grandparents Day event at the school.<br/><span style='font-style:italic'>Submitted Feb 4</span>
  • The winners in the recent Our Lady of the Hamptons School oratorical contest, were, from left, first, Bernadette Curran; third, Anna Milton; and second, Amanda Guzman.<br/><span style='font-style:italic'>Submitted Feb 4</span>
  • The OLH cheerleaders excite the crowd at a recent pep rally.<br/><span style='font-style:italic'>Submitted Feb 4</span>
  • Southampton High School thespians will present a production of “Mamma Mia!” on Friday, February 8, at 7 p.m. and Saturday, February 9, at 2 p.m., at Southampton High School. For the last several weeks, the 26-member cast has been working to perfect the production.<br/><span style='font-style:italic'>Submitted Feb 1</span>
  • Southampton High School students Grace Carter (left) and Sofia Skoldberg performed in the Long Island String Festival Association’s Suffolk Secondary Festival on January 13.<br/><span style='font-style:italic'>Submitted Feb 1</span>
  • Southampton Elementary School students have been collecting gently used shoes for children in poor countries.<br/><span style='font-style:italic'>Submitted Feb 1</span>
  • The Southampton High School Key Club recently held a clothing drive to help those in need. The students collected hundreds of used items and donated them to the Hampton Bays Public Library for the library’s clothing drive. From left,  Key Club President Bhuvanishar Ramkhelawan, Vice President Ian Robinson and Treasurer Bhupati Ramkhelawan.<br/><span style='font-style:italic'>Submitted Feb 1</span>
  • Southampton Intermediate School eighth-graders are leading their school in a schoolwide reading of “I Will Always Write Back” by Caitlin Alifirenka, Liz Welch and Martin Ganda.<br/><span style='font-style:italic'>Submitted Feb 1</span>
  • Southampton Boy Scouts Troop 58 has added a new Eagle Scout to its rolls: Nicholas Maddock. He earned the esteemed rank in the fall after completing his Eagle Scout Project, which benefitted the North Sea Fire Department. Over the course of 10 months and with the help of 19 fellow Scouts, friends and North Sea Fire Department members, Nicholas constructed a 12’ x 12’ carnival booth on the grounds of the North Sea Fire Department Fireman’s Field on Noyac Road. It took 269 man hours to build, 68 of those were put in by Nicholas personally. Nicholas got thelp from two mentors, Wayne Moore Sr. an assistant Scoutmaster for Troop 58, and Tim Lynch, a member of North Sea Fire Department. Nicholas chose the North Sea Fire Department as his beneficiary because he wanted to contribute to the fire service and to give back to his home fire district. The project took longer than anticipated, but it was finished just in time for the Fire Department’s annual carnival fundraiser, where it was used as a soft-serve ice cream booth. Nicholas is thrilled that his Eagle Project will continue to serve as a fundraiser for the Fire Department and also looks forward to seeing the booth used during the Red Knights annual Bike Blessing & Ride that raises money for the Volunteer Firefighter Burn Center at Stony Brook University Hospital. Nicholas was honored on November 18, 2018, with an Eagle Scout Court of Honor at the Basilica Parish of Sacred Hearts in Southampton. In attendance were a multitude of local dignitaries to personally congratulate the new Eagle Scout on a job well done. Nicholas is currently a senior at Southampton High School. In August he will be attending Lehigh University to study mechanical engineering and military science.<br/><span style='font-style:italic'>Submitted Jan 31</span>
  • Southampton Boy Scouts Troop 58 has added a new Eagle Scout to its rolls: Nicholas Maddock. He earned the esteemed rank in the fall after completing his Eagle Scout Project, which benefitted the North Sea Fire Department. Over the course of 10 months and with the help of 19 fellow Scouts, friends and North Sea Fire Department members, Nicholas constructed a 12’ x 12’ carnival booth on the grounds of the North Sea Fire Department Fireman’s Field on Noyac Road. It took 269 man hours to build, 68 of those were put in by Nicholas personally. Nicholas got thelp from two mentors, Wayne Moore Sr. an assistant Scoutmaster for Troop 58, and Tim Lynch, a member of North Sea Fire Department. Nicholas chose the North Sea Fire Department as his beneficiary because he wanted to contribute to the fire service and to give back to his home fire district. The project took longer than anticipated, but it was finished just in time for the Fire Department’s annual carnival fundraiser, where it was used as a soft-serve ice cream booth. Nicholas is thrilled that his Eagle Project will continue to serve as a fundraiser for the Fire Department and also looks forward to seeing the booth used during the Red Knights annual Bike Blessing & Ride that raises money for the Volunteer Firefighter Burn Center at Stony Brook University Hospital. Nicholas was honored on November 18, 2018, with an Eagle Scout Court of Honor at the Basilica Parish of Sacred Hearts in Southampton. In attendance were a multitude of local dignitaries to personally congratulate the new Eagle Scout on a job well done. Nicholas is currently a senior at Southampton High School. In August he will be attending Lehigh University to study mechanical engineering and military science.<br/><span style='font-style:italic'>Submitted Jan 31</span>
  • Southampton Boy Scouts Troop 58 has added a new Eagle Scout to its rolls: Nicholas Maddock. He earned the esteemed rank in the fall after completing his Eagle Scout Project, which benefitted the North Sea Fire Department. Over the course of 10 months and with the help of 19 fellow Scouts, friends and North Sea Fire Department members, Nicholas constructed a 12’ x 12’ carnival booth on the grounds of the North Sea Fire Department Fireman’s Field on Noyac Road. It took 269 man hours to build, 68 of those were put in by Nicholas personally. Nicholas got thelp from two mentors, Wayne Moore Sr. an assistant Scoutmaster for Troop 58, and Tim Lynch, a member of North Sea Fire Department. Nicholas chose the North Sea Fire Department as his beneficiary because he wanted to contribute to the fire service and to give back to his home fire district. The project took longer than anticipated, but it was finished just in time for the Fire Department’s annual carnival fundraiser, where it was used as a soft-serve ice cream booth. Nicholas is thrilled that his Eagle Project will continue to serve as a fundraiser for the Fire Department and also looks forward to seeing the booth used during the Red Knights annual Bike Blessing & Ride that raises money for the Volunteer Firefighter Burn Center at Stony Brook University Hospital. Nicholas was honored on November 18, 2018, with an Eagle Scout Court of Honor at the Basilica Parish of Sacred Hearts in Southampton. In attendance were a multitude of local dignitaries to personally congratulate the new Eagle Scout on a job well done. Nicholas is currently a senior at Southampton High School. In August he will be attending Lehigh University to study mechanical engineering and military science.<br/><span style='font-style:italic'>Submitted Jan 31</span>
  • Southampton Boy Scouts Troop 58 has added a new Eagle Scout to its rolls: Nicholas Maddock. He earned the esteemed rank in the fall after completing his Eagle Scout Project, which benefitted the North Sea Fire Department. Over the course of 10 months and with the help of 19 fellow Scouts, friends and North Sea Fire Department members, Nicholas constructed a 12’ x 12’ carnival booth on the grounds of the North Sea Fire Department Fireman’s Field on Noyac Road. It took 269 man hours to build, 68 of those were put in by Nicholas personally. Nicholas got thelp from two mentors, Wayne Moore Sr. an assistant Scoutmaster for Troop 58, and Tim Lynch, a member of North Sea Fire Department. Nicholas chose the North Sea Fire Department as his beneficiary because he wanted to contribute to the fire service and to give back to his home fire district. The project took longer than anticipated, but it was finished just in time for the Fire Department’s annual carnival fundraiser, where it was used as a soft-serve ice cream booth. Nicholas is thrilled that his Eagle Project will continue to serve as a fundraiser for the Fire Department and also looks forward to seeing the booth used during the Red Knights annual Bike Blessing & Ride that raises money for the Volunteer Firefighter Burn Center at Stony Brook University Hospital. Nicholas was honored on November 18, 2018, with an Eagle Scout Court of Honor at the Basilica Parish of Sacred Hearts in Southampton. In attendance were a multitude of local dignitaries to personally congratulate the new Eagle Scout on a job well done. Nicholas is currently a senior at Southampton High School. In August he will be attending Lehigh University to study mechanical engineering and military science.<br/><span style='font-style:italic'>Submitted Jan 31</span>
  • Southampton Boy Scouts Troop 58 has added a new Eagle Scout to its rolls: Nicholas Maddock. He earned the esteemed rank in the fall after completing his Eagle Scout Project, which benefitted the North Sea Fire Department. Over the course of 10 months and with the help of 19 fellow Scouts, friends and North Sea Fire Department members, Nicholas constructed a 12’ x 12’ carnival booth on the grounds of the North Sea Fire Department Fireman’s Field on Noyac Road. It took 269 man hours to build, 68 of those were put in by Nicholas personally. Nicholas got thelp from two mentors, Wayne Moore Sr. an assistant Scoutmaster for Troop 58, and Tim Lynch, a member of North Sea Fire Department. Nicholas chose the North Sea Fire Department as his beneficiary because he wanted to contribute to the fire service and to give back to his home fire district. The project took longer than anticipated, but it was finished just in time for the Fire Department’s annual carnival fundraiser, where it was used as a soft-serve ice cream booth. Nicholas is thrilled that his Eagle Project will continue to serve as a fundraiser for the Fire Department and also looks forward to seeing the booth used during the Red Knights annual Bike Blessing & Ride that raises money for the Volunteer Firefighter Burn Center at Stony Brook University Hospital. Nicholas was honored on November 18, 2018, with an Eagle Scout Court of Honor at the Basilica Parish of Sacred Hearts in Southampton. In attendance were a multitude of local dignitaries to personally congratulate the new Eagle Scout on a job well done. Nicholas is currently a senior at Southampton High School. In August he will be attending Lehigh University to study mechanical engineering and military science.<br/><span style='font-style:italic'>Submitted Jan 31</span>