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Dec 19, 2017 3:10 PMPublication: The Southampton Press

A Year In Western Edition News Photos 2017

June 22 -- Eighteen-year-old twins Julia and Gary Tetrault were immersed for the better part of the last year in finishing up projects that allowed them to earn the highest honors in the Girl Scouts and Boy Scouts, respectively. Gary attained the prestigious rank of Eagle Scout—a distinction that fewer than 3 percent of Boy Scouts achieve—while Julia earned her Gold Award, a comparable honor for Girl Scouts. The pair spent close to 400 hours combined on their projects. Julia handmade 50 dresses out of old pillowcases for young girls in Africa, while Gary took on a restoration project at the Church of St. Rosalie in Hampton Bays, raising money to purchase and then install new kneelers and bumpers, while also completing a deep cleaning of the building. Gary and Julia were both recognized with a traditional Court of Honor ceremony at the St. Rosalie’s church community center on June 10.
Dec 19, 2017 3:10 PM

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 Western Edition news 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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