Smith Point Lifeguard Team Earns Top Honors For Third Consecutive Year - 27 East

Smith Point Lifeguard Team Earns Top Honors For Third Consecutive Year

author on Jul 21, 2014
For the third straight year, the Smith Point Lifeguards ruled both the sand and water at Main Beach in East Hampton.On Thursday, July 17, lifeguards from as far west as... more

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