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Community News, December 5

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Tony Ingrao, Dale Ellen Leff, Michael Garsten and Nick Martin at  the kick-off cocktail party for the annaul East Hampton House & Garden Tour, now in its 35th year, to benefit the East Hampton Historical Society, on Friday evening at the Maidstone Club.   RICHARD LEWIN

Tony Ingrao, Dale Ellen Leff, Michael Garsten and Nick Martin at the kick-off cocktail party for the annaul East Hampton House & Garden Tour, now in its 35th year, to benefit the East Hampton Historical Society, on Friday evening at the Maidstone Club. RICHARD LEWIN

The annual Thanksgiving Day tradition continued in Montauk with the Turkey Trot around Fort Pond. KYRIL BROMLEY

The annual Thanksgiving Day tradition continued in Montauk with the Turkey Trot around Fort Pond. KYRIL BROMLEY

The annual Thanksgiving Day tradition continued in Montauk with the Turkey Trot around Fort Pond. KYRIL BROMLEY

The annual Thanksgiving Day tradition continued in Montauk with the Turkey Trot around Fort Pond. KYRIL BROMLEY

Wreaths were made and quickly sold at the Springs Community Presbyterian Churchon  Saturday. From left, Wendy Hall, Deanna Tikkanen, Dru Raley, Pastor Linda Maconochie and Pat Titus were there to help out. KYRIL BROMLEY

Wreaths were made and quickly sold at the Springs Community Presbyterian Churchon Saturday. From left, Wendy Hall, Deanna Tikkanen, Dru Raley, Pastor Linda Maconochie and Pat Titus were there to help out. KYRIL BROMLEY

The Montauk Lighthouse was lit for the season on Saturday. Sara Conway and the Playful Souls warmed the crowd with Christmas carols. KYRIL BROMLEY

The Montauk Lighthouse was lit for the season on Saturday. Sara Conway and the Playful Souls warmed the crowd with Christmas carols. KYRIL BROMLEY

The Montauk Lighthouse was lit for the season on Saturday. CaptAIN Paul Forsberg was among the guests. KYRIL BROMLEY

The Montauk Lighthouse was lit for the season on Saturday. CaptAIN Paul Forsberg was among the guests. KYRIL BROMLEY

The Montauk Lighthouse was lit for the season on Saturday. KYRIL BROMLEY

The Montauk Lighthouse was lit for the season on Saturday. KYRIL BROMLEY

The Montauk Lighthouse was lit for the season on Saturday. Fisher Forsberg flipped the switch to light the lighthouse. KYRIL BROMLEY

The Montauk Lighthouse was lit for the season on Saturday. Fisher Forsberg flipped the switch to light the lighthouse. KYRIL BROMLEY

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