Community News for April 29, 2021 - 27 East

Community News for April 29, 2021

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New York State Assemblyperson Rebecca Seawright presents citations to Southampton Town Supervisor Jay Schneiderman and LGBTQ activist and advocate Judith Kasen-Windsor during a ceremony announcing the Edie Windsor Heart at Southampton Town Hall at the Union Steak & Sushi restaurant in Southampton on Thursday, April 22.    MICHAEL HELLER

New York State Assemblyperson Rebecca Seawright presents citations to Southampton Town Supervisor Jay Schneiderman and LGBTQ activist and advocate Judith Kasen-Windsor during a ceremony announcing the Edie Windsor Heart at Southampton Town Hall at the Union Steak & Sushi restaurant in Southampton on Thursday, April 22. MICHAEL HELLER

Southampton Town Supervisor Jay Schneiderman introduces announces the Edie Windsor Heart at Southampton Town Hall during a ceremony at the Union Steak & Sushi restaurant in Southampton on Thursday, April 22.   MICHAEL HELLER

Southampton Town Supervisor Jay Schneiderman introduces announces the Edie Windsor Heart at Southampton Town Hall during a ceremony at the Union Steak & Sushi restaurant in Southampton on Thursday, April 22. MICHAEL HELLER

Students in Nick Epley’s after school service club spent part of their Saturday raising money for the Flying Point Foundation for Autism by volunteering to run its Lemon-AID stand outside the Southampton Arts Center.

Students in Nick Epley’s after school service club spent part of their Saturday raising money for the Flying Point Foundation for Autism by volunteering to run its Lemon-AID stand outside the Southampton Arts Center.

James Farrell, Keanu King, Michael Ramundo and Troy Remkus were a part of a food drive held by the Boy Scouts of Troop 455 Sag Harbor last Saturday, April 24, on Main Street in support of the Sag Harbor Food Pantry. The troop collected a large box of food donations and $208 to support the pantry’s efforts.

James Farrell, Keanu King, Michael Ramundo and Troy Remkus were a part of a food drive held by the Boy Scouts of Troop 455 Sag Harbor last Saturday, April 24, on Main Street in support of the Sag Harbor Food Pantry. The troop collected a large box of food donations and $208 to support the pantry’s efforts.

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Montauk Seed Exchange The Montauk Library’s new seed exchange program has launched. To participate, visit the library and pick up some free seeds. As you harvest, save some seeds to... more

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