Community News, July 21 - 27 East

Community News, July 21

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Alex Kravitz , Aram Terchunian, Kasey Chockalingam and Anthony Sferazza at the Moriches Bay Project's Summertime Cocktails at the Quogue Dock event to celebrate the new  Floating Upwelling System at the dock and to thank the Quogue community and sponsor, relic.    COURTESY MORICHIES BAY PROJECT

Alex Kravitz , Aram Terchunian, Kasey Chockalingam and Anthony Sferazza at the Moriches Bay Project's Summertime Cocktails at the Quogue Dock event to celebrate the new Floating Upwelling System at the dock and to thank the Quogue community and sponsor, relic. COURTESY MORICHIES BAY PROJECT

Allie Mirsky and Leah McLaughlin at the Moriches Bay Project's Summertime Cocktails at the Quogue Dock event to celebrate the new  Floating Upwelling System at the dock and to thank the Quogue community and sponsor, relic.    COURTESY MORICHIES BAY PROJECT

Allie Mirsky and Leah McLaughlin at the Moriches Bay Project's Summertime Cocktails at the Quogue Dock event to celebrate the new Floating Upwelling System at the dock and to thank the Quogue community and sponsor, relic. COURTESY MORICHIES BAY PROJECT

Diane Johnston and Anne Bickerstaff at the Wainscott Heritage Project's

Diane Johnston and Anne Bickerstaff at the Wainscott Heritage Project's "Gathering in the Garden" at the Thomas Strong House on Wainscott Hollow Road on Saturday afternoon. It is the oldest house still standing in Wainscott, built in 1695. RICHARD LEWIN

East Hamtpon Town Supervisor Peter Van Scoyoc, Marilyn Van Scoyoc and Dennis D'Andrea
at the Wainscott Heritage Project's

East Hamtpon Town Supervisor Peter Van Scoyoc, Marilyn Van Scoyoc and Dennis D'Andrea at the Wainscott Heritage Project's "Gathering in the Garden" at the Thomas Strong House on Wainscott Hollow Road on Saturday afternoon. It is the oldest house still standing in Wainscott, built in 1695. RICHARD LEWIN

Suffolk County Legislator Bridget Fleming presents a proclamation to Marine Sgt. Evelyn Kandel at the Honor Flight Long Island Listen To The Wind gala on Saturday evening at the Sagaponack Farm Distillery.  DANA SHAW

Suffolk County Legislator Bridget Fleming presents a proclamation to Marine Sgt. Evelyn Kandel at the Honor Flight Long Island Listen To The Wind gala on Saturday evening at the Sagaponack Farm Distillery. DANA SHAW

Vee Bennett and Bill Jones at the Honor Flight Long Island Listen To The Wind gala on Saturday evening at the Sagaponack Farm Distillery.  DANA SHAW

Vee Bennett and Bill Jones at the Honor Flight Long Island Listen To The Wind gala on Saturday evening at the Sagaponack Farm Distillery. DANA SHAW

Martin Gilmartin with Joe and Kelly Zaffuto at the Honor Flight Long Island Listen To The Wind gala on Saturday evening at the Sagaponack Farm Distillery.  DANA SHAW

Martin Gilmartin with Joe and Kelly Zaffuto at the Honor Flight Long Island Listen To The Wind gala on Saturday evening at the Sagaponack Farm Distillery. DANA SHAW

Deb Dolber and Nathina Inez at the Honor Flight Long Island Listen To The Wind gala on Saturday evening at the Sagaponack Farm Distillery.  DANA SHAW

Deb Dolber and Nathina Inez at the Honor Flight Long Island Listen To The Wind gala on Saturday evening at the Sagaponack Farm Distillery. DANA SHAW

Lisa Frisicano learns the techniques of sculpting with bamboo in the Pavilion at LongHouse Reserve in East Hamptonon on July 14. Artist Cheng Tsung Feng and his staff taught the workshop to celebrate the newest installation of artworks from Asia,

Lisa Frisicano learns the techniques of sculpting with bamboo in the Pavilion at LongHouse Reserve in East Hamptonon on July 14. Artist Cheng Tsung Feng and his staff taught the workshop to celebrate the newest installation of artworks from Asia, "Fish Trap VI", in the LongHouse Art collection, and the first from a Taiwanese artist. RICHARD LEWIN

More than 300 Westhampton Beach students are spending their summer mornings
learning and playing as part of the district’s summer recreation and academy program,
which runs through the month of July.
During the four-week program, held at Westhampton Beach Elementary School,
students in grades K-8 participate in a wide variety of activities, including swimming,
science, computers, crafts and sports. The summer program also provides an opportunity
for incoming kindergartners to get acquainted with their new school and for students to
work on their academics through extended learning opportunities. High school students
volunteer to assist with the program.

More than 300 Westhampton Beach students are spending their summer mornings learning and playing as part of the district’s summer recreation and academy program, which runs through the month of July. During the four-week program, held at Westhampton Beach Elementary School, students in grades K-8 participate in a wide variety of activities, including swimming, science, computers, crafts and sports. The summer program also provides an opportunity for incoming kindergartners to get acquainted with their new school and for students to work on their academics through extended learning opportunities. High school students volunteer to assist with the program.

More than 300 Westhampton Beach students are spending their summer mornings
learning and playing as part of the district’s summer recreation and academy program,
which runs through the month of July.
During the four-week program, held at Westhampton Beach Elementary School,
students in grades K-8 participate in a wide variety of activities, including swimming,
science, computers, crafts and sports. The summer program also provides an opportunity
for incoming kindergartners to get acquainted with their new school and for students to
work on their academics through extended learning opportunities. High school students
volunteer to assist with the program.

More than 300 Westhampton Beach students are spending their summer mornings learning and playing as part of the district’s summer recreation and academy program, which runs through the month of July. During the four-week program, held at Westhampton Beach Elementary School, students in grades K-8 participate in a wide variety of activities, including swimming, science, computers, crafts and sports. The summer program also provides an opportunity for incoming kindergartners to get acquainted with their new school and for students to work on their academics through extended learning opportunities. High school students volunteer to assist with the program.

Eden Liu and Kathy Henderson in the Pavilion at LongHouse Reserve in East Hamptonon on July 14. Artist Cheng Tsung Feng and his staff taught the workshop to celebrate the newest installation of artworks from Asia,

Eden Liu and Kathy Henderson in the Pavilion at LongHouse Reserve in East Hamptonon on July 14. Artist Cheng Tsung Feng and his staff taught the workshop to celebrate the newest installation of artworks from Asia, "Fish Trap VI", in the LongHouse Art collection, and the first from a Taiwanese artist. RICHARD LEWIN

Oliver  Beyer-Clausen watches as a whale breaches at Flying Point Beach on Friday.     Mickey Beyer-Clausen

Oliver Beyer-Clausen watches as a whale breaches at Flying Point Beach on Friday. Mickey Beyer-Clausen

Chelberg & Battle American Legion Auxiliary Unit #388 recently installed new officers. From left,  Suffolk County American Legion Auxiliary President Carole Wolfe, 10th District Vice President Evelyn Gerlett, Chelberg & Battle American Legion Auxiliary Secretary Elizabeth Cary Koehne, Executive Committee members Bethany Deyermond and Cheryl Rozzi, Chaplain Margaret Cary Smyth, Second Vice President Rosawitha Daniels, County Committee Member Carol Martino, First Vice President Hanoria Schreiber, County Committee Member Joan O'Brien, President Marie Schellinger, County Committee Member and Sargent-at-Arms Jean Notturno, Treasurer Rosemarie Cary Winchell, Suffolk County American Legion Auxiliary10th Vice President Pat Bergin and Past County President Joan Smith. Executive Committee member Fran Nill is not in the photo.

Chelberg & Battle American Legion Auxiliary Unit #388 recently installed new officers. From left, Suffolk County American Legion Auxiliary President Carole Wolfe, 10th District Vice President Evelyn Gerlett, Chelberg & Battle American Legion Auxiliary Secretary Elizabeth Cary Koehne, Executive Committee members Bethany Deyermond and Cheryl Rozzi, Chaplain Margaret Cary Smyth, Second Vice President Rosawitha Daniels, County Committee Member Carol Martino, First Vice President Hanoria Schreiber, County Committee Member Joan O'Brien, President Marie Schellinger, County Committee Member and Sargent-at-Arms Jean Notturno, Treasurer Rosemarie Cary Winchell, Suffolk County American Legion Auxiliary10th Vice President Pat Bergin and Past County President Joan Smith. Executive Committee member Fran Nill is not in the photo.

authorStaff Writer on Jul 18, 2022
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