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Community News, January 30

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Montauk School and the Concerned Citizens of Montauk partnered for the annual Montauk School Science Fair on Friday. Nina King’s studied the effects of a warming climate on the growth rate of grass. KYRIL BROMLEY

Montauk School and the Concerned Citizens of Montauk partnered for the annual Montauk School Science Fair on Friday. Nina King’s studied the effects of a warming climate on the growth rate of grass. KYRIL BROMLEY

Three teams from Springs School — the Springin’ Ospreys, the Springs School Robonkacers and the Bionic Bonac Builders — competed Saturday at Huntington High School in one of seven qualifier rounds of the Long Island FIRST LEGO League Tournament season. While none of the teams, comprising students in fifth, sixth and seventh grades, advanced to the Long Island final, the teams all placed in the top 10 of the robotics competition. Ariel Puin Mayancela, left, and Shanli Yaghoubi compete for the Springin’ Ospreys at Huntington High School on Saturday. GAVIN MENU

Three teams from Springs School — the Springin’ Ospreys, the Springs School Robonkacers and the Bionic Bonac Builders — competed Saturday at Huntington High School in one of seven qualifier rounds of the Long Island FIRST LEGO League Tournament season. While none of the teams, comprising students in fifth, sixth and seventh grades, advanced to the Long Island final, the teams all placed in the top 10 of the robotics competition. Ariel Puin Mayancela, left, and Shanli Yaghoubi compete for the Springin’ Ospreys at Huntington High School on Saturday. GAVIN MENU

Montauk School and the Concerned Citizens of Montauk partnered for the annual Montauk School Science Fair on Friday. Mary Jo Corron and Liann Valentin studied the deer-repelling qualities of various plants. KYRIL BROMLEY

Montauk School and the Concerned Citizens of Montauk partnered for the annual Montauk School Science Fair on Friday. Mary Jo Corron and Liann Valentin studied the deer-repelling qualities of various plants. KYRIL BROMLEY

Montauk School and the Concerned Citizens of Montauk partnered for the annual Montauk School Science Fair on Friday. Amanda Arias's and Bea Flight’s project was to determine which school doorknobs contained the most bacteria. KYRIL BROMLEY

Montauk School and the Concerned Citizens of Montauk partnered for the annual Montauk School Science Fair on Friday. Amanda Arias's and Bea Flight’s project was to determine which school doorknobs contained the most bacteria. KYRIL BROMLEY

The Student Arts Festival opened at Guild Hall on Saturday with a reception. John Marshall Elementary School second-grader Annabelle Mahmouzian points to her work. KYRIL BROMLEY

The Student Arts Festival opened at Guild Hall on Saturday with a reception. John Marshall Elementary School second-grader Annabelle Mahmouzian points to her work. KYRIL BROMLEY

The Student Arts Festival opened at Guild Hall on Saturday with a reception. The Montauk School chorus performed. KYRIL BROMLEY

The Student Arts Festival opened at Guild Hall on Saturday with a reception. The Montauk School chorus performed. KYRIL BROMLEY

A pasta dinner fundraiser took place at the Montauk firehouse on Saturday to benefit the Robert R. Fisher scholarship fund. Regan Moloney and Shannon Coppola helped out. KYRIL BROMLEY

A pasta dinner fundraiser took place at the Montauk firehouse on Saturday to benefit the Robert R. Fisher scholarship fund. Regan Moloney and Shannon Coppola helped out. KYRIL BROMLEY

A pasta dinner fundraiser took place at the Montauk firehouse on Saturday to benefit the Robert R. Fisher scholarship fund. Dishing out the pasta were, from left, Donna DiPaolo, Judith Pfister, Patricia Byrne and Nicole George. KYRIL BROMLEY

A pasta dinner fundraiser took place at the Montauk firehouse on Saturday to benefit the Robert R. Fisher scholarship fund. Dishing out the pasta were, from left, Donna DiPaolo, Judith Pfister, Patricia Byrne and Nicole George. KYRIL BROMLEY

A pasta dinner fundraiser took place at the Montauk firehouse on Saturday to benefit the Robert R. Fisher scholarship fund. Dick Swanson and Nancy Stewart were there to support the cause. KYRIL BROMLEY

A pasta dinner fundraiser took place at the Montauk firehouse on Saturday to benefit the Robert R. Fisher scholarship fund. Dick Swanson and Nancy Stewart were there to support the cause. KYRIL BROMLEY

The Love And Passion art show, curated by Karyn Mannix, opened at Ashawagh Hall last weekend and featured art work, music, dancing and poetry. Molly Moonbeam dancing while the Al Hawili Band plays. KYRIL BROMLEY

The Love And Passion art show, curated by Karyn Mannix, opened at Ashawagh Hall last weekend and featured art work, music, dancing and poetry. Molly Moonbeam dancing while the Al Hawili Band plays. KYRIL BROMLEY

The Love And Passion art show, curated by Karyn Mannix, opened at Ashawagh Hall last weekend and featured art work, music, dancing and poetry.  Rosalind Brenner with her art work. KYRIL BROMLEY

The Love And Passion art show, curated by Karyn Mannix, opened at Ashawagh Hall last weekend and featured art work, music, dancing and poetry. Rosalind Brenner with her art work. KYRIL BROMLEY

East Hampton Town Police Department Officer Robert Greene, left, is presented with the Southampton Kiwanis Club Police Officer of the Year Award from East Hampton Town Police Department Chief Michael Sarlo at Atlantis Banquet and Events in Riverhead on Friday evening. This is the Kiwanis Club's 50th annual ceremony recognizing local law enforcement in their individual departments. SONDRA ROSANTE

East Hampton Town Police Department Officer Robert Greene, left, is presented with the Southampton Kiwanis Club Police Officer of the Year Award from East Hampton Town Police Department Chief Michael Sarlo at Atlantis Banquet and Events in Riverhead on Friday evening. This is the Kiwanis Club's 50th annual ceremony recognizing local law enforcement in their individual departments. SONDRA ROSANTE

East Hampton Village Police Department Detective Bryan Eldridge and Officers Sean A. Christian and Jennifer Dunn are presented with the Southampton Kiwanis Club Police Officer of the Year Award from East Hampton Village Police Chief Michael Tracey at Atlantis Banquet and Events in Riverhead on Friday evening. This is the Kiwanis Club's 50th annual ceremony recognizing local law enforcement in their individual departments. SONDRA ROSANTE

East Hampton Village Police Department Detective Bryan Eldridge and Officers Sean A. Christian and Jennifer Dunn are presented with the Southampton Kiwanis Club Police Officer of the Year Award from East Hampton Village Police Chief Michael Tracey at Atlantis Banquet and Events in Riverhead on Friday evening. This is the Kiwanis Club's 50th annual ceremony recognizing local law enforcement in their individual departments. SONDRA ROSANTE

Three teams from Springs School — the Springin’ Ospreys, the Springs School Robonkacers and the Bionic Bonac Builders — competed Saturday at Huntington High School in one of seven qualifier rounds of the Long Island FIRST LEGO League Tournament season. While none of the teams, comprising students in fifth, sixth and seventh grades, advanced to the Long Island final, the teams all placed in the top 10 of the robotics competition. GAVIN MENU PHOTOS

Three teams from Springs School — the Springin’ Ospreys, the Springs School Robonkacers and the Bionic Bonac Builders — competed Saturday at Huntington High School in one of seven qualifier rounds of the Long Island FIRST LEGO League Tournament season. While none of the teams, comprising students in fifth, sixth and seventh grades, advanced to the Long Island final, the teams all placed in the top 10 of the robotics competition. GAVIN MENU PHOTOS

Three teams from Springs School — the Springin’ Ospreys, the Springs School Robonackers and the Bionic Bonac Builders — competed Saturday at Huntington High School in one of seven qualifier rounds of the Long Island FIRST LEGO League Tournament season. While none of the teams, comprising students in fifth, sixth and seventh grades, advanced to the Long Island final, the teams all placed in the top 10 of the robotics competition. Marcos Munoz, left, and Thomas “T.K.” Sookshawee-Barnard at the table for the Bionic Bonac Builders. GAVIN MENU PHOTOS

Three teams from Springs School — the Springin’ Ospreys, the Springs School Robonackers and the Bionic Bonac Builders — competed Saturday at Huntington High School in one of seven qualifier rounds of the Long Island FIRST LEGO League Tournament season. While none of the teams, comprising students in fifth, sixth and seventh grades, advanced to the Long Island final, the teams all placed in the top 10 of the robotics competition. Marcos Munoz, left, and Thomas “T.K.” Sookshawee-Barnard at the table for the Bionic Bonac Builders. GAVIN MENU PHOTOS

The Student Arts Festival opened at Guild Hall on Saturday with a reception. KYRIL BROMLEY

The Student Arts Festival opened at Guild Hall on Saturday with a reception. KYRIL BROMLEY

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