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Students and teachers with the East End nonprofit Our Fabulous Variety Show and the New England-based Speaking in Taps following a performance at Disney Springs in Orlando, Florida on Friday, July 1. The students were selected to entertain guests with a half hour show at Walt Disney World based on their performance, “Tap: An Evening Of Rhythm,” performed last year at the Children’s Museum of the East End in Bridgehampton. 
LISA FROHLICH

Students and teachers with the East End nonprofit Our Fabulous Variety Show and the New England-based Speaking in Taps following a performance at Disney Springs in Orlando, Florida on Friday, July 1. The students were selected to entertain guests with a half hour show at Walt Disney World based on their performance, “Tap: An Evening Of Rhythm,” performed last year at the Children’s Museum of the East End in Bridgehampton. LISA FROHLICH

Robert Stewart, a rising senior at Pierson High School, attended Boys State held at SUNY Morrissville from June 26 to July 1. One of 500 boys from across New York State, he was a selected participant by the American Legion Chelberg Battle Post in Sag Harbor.  At Boys State, participants simulate local and state government. While there, Robert was elected a senator and helped pass four bills.

Robert Stewart, a rising senior at Pierson High School, attended Boys State held at SUNY Morrissville from June 26 to July 1. One of 500 boys from across New York State, he was a selected participant by the American Legion Chelberg Battle Post in Sag Harbor. At Boys State, participants simulate local and state government. While there, Robert was elected a senator and helped pass four bills.

Artist Dalton Portella and Aynsley Schöpfer at the opening reception of

Artist Dalton Portella and Aynsley Schöpfer at the opening reception of "Earth/Sea/Sky" at Grain Surfboards in Amagansett on Friday. RICHARD LEWIN

Abby Sisler of Wading River, the only female caddie at Sebonack Golf Club, was awarded the  Western Golf Association's Chick Evans Scholarship, a four-year tuition and housing scholarship worth $120,000. She is the first recipient representing Sebonack. Following a major back surgery for scoliosis repair, Abby plans to attend the University of Maryland in the fall to study education.

Abby Sisler of Wading River, the only female caddie at Sebonack Golf Club, was awarded the Western Golf Association's Chick Evans Scholarship, a four-year tuition and housing scholarship worth $120,000. She is the first recipient representing Sebonack. Following a major back surgery for scoliosis repair, Abby plans to attend the University of Maryland in the fall to study education.

Abby Sisler of Wading River, the only female caddie at Sebonack Golf Club, was awarded the  Western Golf Association's Chick Evans Scholarship, a four-year tuition and housing scholarship worth $120,000. She is the first recipient representing Sebonack. Following a major back surgery for scoliosis repair, Abby plans to attend the University of Maryland in the fall to study education.

Abby Sisler of Wading River, the only female caddie at Sebonack Golf Club, was awarded the Western Golf Association's Chick Evans Scholarship, a four-year tuition and housing scholarship worth $120,000. She is the first recipient representing Sebonack. Following a major back surgery for scoliosis repair, Abby plans to attend the University of Maryland in the fall to study education.

Jameson Hughes, William Hughes VFW Post 5350 Commander and Mr. Bill Evans Owner and host at WLNG, broadcasting from the Southampton July 4 parade.    COURTESY WILLIAM HUGHES
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Jameson Hughes, William Hughes VFW Post 5350 Commander and Mr. Bill Evans Owner and host at WLNG, broadcasting from the Southampton July 4 parade. COURTESY WILLIAM HUGHES --

authorStaff Writer on Jul 4, 2022
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