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Project Most In East Hampton Expands Its Offerings

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Project Most has expanded its programming to the East Hampton Neighborhood House. Kyril Bromley

Project Most has expanded its programming to the East Hampton Neighborhood House. Kyril Bromley

authorStephen J. Kotz on Jan 13, 2020
Project Most, which has provided after-school enrichment programs for children in the East Hampton and Springs school districts for nearly two decades, has expanded its offerings to include a full... more

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