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Dec 19, 2017 2:55 PMPublication: The Southampton Press

A Year In Residence Section Photos 2017

November 16 -- Raymond Hartjen, Ph.D., 86, is a man of action who does not allow the grass to grow under his feet. When he finishes one community project, he is on to the next. He procured $450,000 to build the Hartjen–Richardson Community Boat Shop, home to the East End Classic Boat Society since 2008, and negotiated with East Hampton Town to lease the land for $2 year for 20 years. Dr. Hartjen is there every Wednesday and Saturday from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. when it is opened to members. I stopped by the light-filled building, overlooking the dunes behind the East Hampton Town Marine Museum on Bluff Road in Amagansett, last Wednesday and found eight men poring over plans and making preparations for their next boat, usually a vintage dinghy, dory, skiff or tender. Their new 12-foot Sunshine tender, complete with trailer, oars and sail, was raffled off to a lucky winner during the East End Classic Boat Society’s annual holiday party in December.
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A great photo catches your interest, makes you look twice. It bypasses words and tells a story even at a simple glance.

With 2017 coming to a close, and 2018 arriving, we at The Press News Group have taken a look back at 2017 and selected images from our Residence pages to tell the story of the year past.

Check out The Press’s Year In Review In Photos edition, available on newsstands this week.

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