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Community News, April 14

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The Montauk Chamber of Commerce recently donated $15,000 to the Montauk Food Pantry. Left to right, Paul Monte, Lorraine Kelly, Jennifer Fowkes, Alice Houseknecht, Chris Pfund, Simone Monahan, Thomas Byrne and Patty Kinney.  KYRIL BROMLEY

The Montauk Chamber of Commerce recently donated $15,000 to the Montauk Food Pantry. Left to right, Paul Monte, Lorraine Kelly, Jennifer Fowkes, Alice Houseknecht, Chris Pfund, Simone Monahan, Thomas Byrne and Patty Kinney. KYRIL BROMLEY

Montauk School students participating in the East End Classic Boat Society’s model boat building classes. COURTESY HUGH BROWN

Montauk School students participating in the East End Classic Boat Society’s model boat building classes. COURTESY HUGH BROWN

Montauk School students participating in the East End Classic Boat Society’s model boat building classes. COURTESY HUGH BROWN

Montauk School students participating in the East End Classic Boat Society’s model boat building classes. COURTESY HUGH BROWN

Members of Cub Scout Pack 14 Wolf Den visited Southampton Village Police headquarters on April 1 to work toward earning their “Council Fire” and “Hometown Heroes” achievements. Officers Lubold and McCulley gave the Scouts a tour, and Officers Moore and Cummings gave them a demonstrations with the help of K9 Officer Topper. COURTESY CHRIS CAPALBO

Members of Cub Scout Pack 14 Wolf Den visited Southampton Village Police headquarters on April 1 to work toward earning their “Council Fire” and “Hometown Heroes” achievements. Officers Lubold and McCulley gave the Scouts a tour, and Officers Moore and Cummings gave them a demonstrations with the help of K9 Officer Topper. COURTESY CHRIS CAPALBO

Marguerite Wetzel and Kira Brandmanat the Springs Food Pantry's annual

Marguerite Wetzel and Kira Brandmanat the Springs Food Pantry's annual "Chili Chowdown TO GO." Vehicles lined up in the church parking lot to pick up their pre-ordered hot-to-go chili lunch for two, chosen from the offerings of 15 local chefs and restaurants. RICHARD LEWIN

Allie Gressler at the Springs Food Pantry's annual

Allie Gressler at the Springs Food Pantry's annual "Chili Chowdown TO GO." Vehicles lined up in the church parking lot to pick up their pre-ordered hot-to-go chili lunch for two, chosen from the offerings of 15 local chefs and restaurants. RICHARD LEWIN

Members of Cub Scout Pack 14 Wolf Den visited Southampton Village Police headquarters on April 1 to work toward earning their “Council Fire” and “Hometown Heroes” achievements. Officers Tiffany Lubold and Lisa McCulley gave the Scouts a tour, and Officers James Moore and Thomas Cummings gave them a demonstrations with the help of K9 Officer Topper. COURTESY CHRIS CAPALBO

Members of Cub Scout Pack 14 Wolf Den visited Southampton Village Police headquarters on April 1 to work toward earning their “Council Fire” and “Hometown Heroes” achievements. Officers Tiffany Lubold and Lisa McCulley gave the Scouts a tour, and Officers James Moore and Thomas Cummings gave them a demonstrations with the help of K9 Officer Topper. COURTESY CHRIS CAPALBO

Kimberly Mockler and Deja at the dog Easter egg Hunt on Saturday at

Kimberly Mockler and Deja at the dog Easter egg Hunt on Saturday at "Peeps & Paws" at the Southampton Animal Shelter Foundation. DANA SHAW

Students at Westhampton Beach Middle School put together care packages for the Ukraine Military on Thursday morning.  Over 1000 packages were made up on Wednesday and Thursday. The event coordinated by the school, Rocco A. Carriero Wealth Partners and iloveukraine.org.  DANA SHAW

Students at Westhampton Beach Middle School put together care packages for the Ukraine Military on Thursday morning. Over 1000 packages were made up on Wednesday and Thursday. The event coordinated by the school, Rocco A. Carriero Wealth Partners and iloveukraine.org. DANA SHAW

Students at Westhampton Beach Middle School put together care packages for the Ukraine Military on Thursday morning.  Over 1000 packages were made up on Wednesday and Thursday. The event coordinated by the school, Rocco A. Carriero Wealth Partners and iloveukraine.org.  DANA SHAW

Students at Westhampton Beach Middle School put together care packages for the Ukraine Military on Thursday morning. Over 1000 packages were made up on Wednesday and Thursday. The event coordinated by the school, Rocco A. Carriero Wealth Partners and iloveukraine.org. DANA SHAW

Students at Westhampton Beach Middle School put together care packages for the Ukraine Military on Thursday morning.  Over 1000 packages were made up on Wednesday and Thursday. The event coordinated by the school, Rocco A. Carriero Wealth Partners and iloveukraine.org.  DANA SHAW

Students at Westhampton Beach Middle School put together care packages for the Ukraine Military on Thursday morning. Over 1000 packages were made up on Wednesday and Thursday. The event coordinated by the school, Rocco A. Carriero Wealth Partners and iloveukraine.org. DANA SHAW

authorStaff Writer on Apr 11, 2022
MONTAUK CCOM Science Fair At Montauk School Montauk School, and Concerned Citizens of Montauk partnered to present the 2022 Montauk School Science Fair on April 1. After a two-year hiatus... more

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