Community News for July 1, 2021 - 27 East

Community News for July 1, 2021

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Members, Directors and Officers of the East Hampton Lions Club attended an installation dinner at The Blend on Thursday, June 24. The Club, which has been chartered locally since 1949, is current led by President Stephen Lynch, Sr., whose son, Stephen Lynch Jr. is also a member of the service-oriented organization.

Members, Directors and Officers of the East Hampton Lions Club attended an installation dinner at The Blend on Thursday, June 24. The Club, which has been chartered locally since 1949, is current led by President Stephen Lynch, Sr., whose son, Stephen Lynch Jr. is also a member of the service-oriented organization.

Maureen Vita and Paul Dempsey at The Remsenburg Academy’s opening reception for “Under the Strawberry Moon” on Saturday, which included a special art sale to benefit the Ellen Hermanson Foundation.

Maureen Vita and Paul Dempsey at The Remsenburg Academy’s opening reception for “Under the Strawberry Moon” on Saturday, which included a special art sale to benefit the Ellen Hermanson Foundation. Henry Mangels photo

Stained glass windows are removed from Temple Adas Israel in Sag Harbor on June 21 as the Temple begins an expansion and restoration of the oldest synagogue on Long Island.

Stained glass windows are removed from Temple Adas Israel in Sag Harbor on June 21 as the Temple begins an expansion and restoration of the oldest synagogue on Long Island. Michael Heller

Stained glass windows are removed from Temple Adas Israel in Sag Harbor on June 21 as the Temple begins an expansion and restoration of the oldest synagogue on Long Island.

Stained glass windows are removed from Temple Adas Israel in Sag Harbor on June 21 as the Temple begins an expansion and restoration of the oldest synagogue on Long Island. Michael Heller

Stained glass windows are removed from Temple Adas Israel in Sag Harbor on June 21 as the Temple begins an expansion and restoration of the oldest synagogue on Long Island.

Stained glass windows are removed from Temple Adas Israel in Sag Harbor on June 21 as the Temple begins an expansion and restoration of the oldest synagogue on Long Island. Michael Heller

LTV presented $500  scholarships to East Hampton students  Anni Spacek and Max Eberle on June 24. The LTV Community Scholarship is presented to students with a passion for community media, lifelong learning, and free speech and  who are pursuing an education in film, television, broadcasting or radio.  With the students are  LTV Chairman Jon Olken and Michael Clarke.   KYRIL BROMLEY

LTV presented $500 scholarships to East Hampton students Anni Spacek and Max Eberle on June 24. The LTV Community Scholarship is presented to students with a passion for community media, lifelong learning, and free speech and who are pursuing an education in film, television, broadcasting or radio. With the students are LTV Chairman Jon Olken and Michael Clarke. KYRIL BROMLEY

Eleanor Whitmore Early Childhood Center hosted a  Pre-K moving up ceremony on Friday for the more than 40 children who will celebrate their official entry into Kindergarten.  KYRIL BROMLEY

Eleanor Whitmore Early Childhood Center hosted a Pre-K moving up ceremony on Friday for the more than 40 children who will celebrate their official entry into Kindergarten. KYRIL BROMLEY

Eleanor Whitmore Early Childhood Center hosted a  Pre-K moving up ceremony on Friday for the more than 40 children who will celebrate their official entry into Kindergarten.    KYRIL BROMLEY

Eleanor Whitmore Early Childhood Center hosted a Pre-K moving up ceremony on Friday for the more than 40 children who will celebrate their official entry into Kindergarten. KYRIL BROMLEY

Valeria and Axel Yaguarem at the Eleanor Whitmore Early Childhood Center's  Pre-K moving up ceremony on Friday for the more than 40 children who will celebrate their official entry into Kindergarten.   KYRIL BROIMLEY

Valeria and Axel Yaguarem at the Eleanor Whitmore Early Childhood Center's Pre-K moving up ceremony on Friday for the more than 40 children who will celebrate their official entry into Kindergarten. KYRIL BROIMLEY

On Saturday evening, LongHouse Reserve in East Hampton revealed over 100 objects from the work and personal collection of the noted textile designer, and LongHouse Founder, the late Jack Lenor Larsen. The exhibition, on view through September 5th, is called

On Saturday evening, LongHouse Reserve in East Hampton revealed over 100 objects from the work and personal collection of the noted textile designer, and LongHouse Founder, the late Jack Lenor Larsen. The exhibition, on view through September 5th, is called "Jack, Larger Than Life", and was curated by Wendy Van Deusen and Sherri Donghia, who carefully selected from several thousand pieces. www.longhouse.org RICHARD LEWIN

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Montauk Book Reading The Montauk Lighthouse will host a reading with Amanda Fairbanks on her new book, “The Lost Boys of Montauk,” followed by a discussion with author Tom Clavin,... more

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