Community News for June 24, 2021 - 27 East

Community News for June 24, 2021

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Visitors browse at the Sag Harbor Arts and Crafts Fair in Marine Park on Saturday.     KYRIL BROMLEY

Visitors browse at the Sag Harbor Arts and Crafts Fair in Marine Park on Saturday. KYRIL BROMLEY

Visitors browse at the Sag Harbor Arts and Crafts Fair in Marine Park on Saturday.     KYRIL BROMLEY

Visitors browse at the Sag Harbor Arts and Crafts Fair in Marine Park on Saturday. KYRIL BROMLEY

Gail Cunningham of  Shellebration with her seashell creations at the Sag Harbor Arts and Crafts Fair in Marine Park on Saturday.     KYRIL BROMLEY

Gail Cunningham of Shellebration with her seashell creations at the Sag Harbor Arts and Crafts Fair in Marine Park on Saturday. KYRIL BROMLEY

Kindergarten though 8th grade students at the Bridgehampton School got a visit from the Southampton Town Police Department, the Suffolk County Police helicopter and the Southampton Town Police  K9 unit on June 16.  KYRIL BROMLEY

Kindergarten though 8th grade students at the Bridgehampton School got a visit from the Southampton Town Police Department, the Suffolk County Police helicopter and the Southampton Town Police K9 unit on June 16. KYRIL BROMLEY

Kindergarten though 8th grade students at the Bridgehampton School got a visit from the Southampton Town Police Department, the Suffolk County Police helicopter and the Southampton Town Police  K9 unit on June 16.  KYRIL BROMLEY

Kindergarten though 8th grade students at the Bridgehampton School got a visit from the Southampton Town Police Department, the Suffolk County Police helicopter and the Southampton Town Police K9 unit on June 16. KYRIL BROMLEY

Sgt. Evelyn Kandel, left, and Phillis J. Wilson, President of the Women in Military Service for American Foundation at Sagaponack Distillery on June 15. Sgt. Kandel, of Glen Cove, served in the  U.S. Marine Corps Women’s Reserve during the Korean War from 1951 to 1953. During her time serving, Sgt. Kandel was asked to pose for recruiting materials for the U.S. Marine Corps Women’s Reserve. She was given a uniform to wear for the photographs, but the Marines took it back afterward. Honor Flight Long Island and Col. Frank Tauches, U.S. Marine Corps, retired made sure that Sgt. Kandel finally got the uniform she earned and a ceremony honoring her and her service.  Sgt. Kandel is also Poet Laureate of Nassau County.  DANA SHAW

Sgt. Evelyn Kandel, left, and Phillis J. Wilson, President of the Women in Military Service for American Foundation at Sagaponack Distillery on June 15. Sgt. Kandel, of Glen Cove, served in the U.S. Marine Corps Women’s Reserve during the Korean War from 1951 to 1953. During her time serving, Sgt. Kandel was asked to pose for recruiting materials for the U.S. Marine Corps Women’s Reserve. She was given a uniform to wear for the photographs, but the Marines took it back afterward. Honor Flight Long Island and Col. Frank Tauches, U.S. Marine Corps, retired made sure that Sgt. Kandel finally got the uniform she earned and a ceremony honoring her and her service. Sgt. Kandel is also Poet Laureate of Nassau County. DANA SHAW

Sgt. Evelyn Kandel, right, poses for a recruitment ad for the U.S. Marine Corps Women's Reserve. She did not get to keep the uniform after the photo was taken, but was presented with one on June 15.      UNITED STATES MARINES

Sgt. Evelyn Kandel, right, poses for a recruitment ad for the U.S. Marine Corps Women's Reserve. She did not get to keep the uniform after the photo was taken, but was presented with one on June 15. UNITED STATES MARINES

Elle and Chris Petrie at the Sag Harbor Arts and Crafts Fair in Marine Park on Saturday. KYRIL BROMELY

Elle and Chris Petrie at the Sag Harbor Arts and Crafts Fair in Marine Park on Saturday. KYRIL BROMELY

Reverend Dr. Richard D. McCall returns for his 22nd season at the Church of the Atonement in Quogue this weekend.

Reverend Dr. Richard D. McCall returns for his 22nd season at the Church of the Atonement in Quogue this weekend.

Dr. Donald Williams and Dr. Latisha Ellis-Williams were married May 29, 2021 in Hanover, Maryland amongst an intimate gathering of friends and family. Ms. Ellis-Williams is a native of Bridgehampton and a graduate of the Bridgehampton High School Class of 1992.

Dr. Donald Williams and Dr. Latisha Ellis-Williams were married May 29, 2021 in Hanover, Maryland amongst an intimate gathering of friends and family. Ms. Ellis-Williams is a native of Bridgehampton and a graduate of the Bridgehampton High School Class of 1992.

Robert Murray, Larry Jones, Evan Robinson, Maureen Jones, Westhampton Beach Mayor Maria Z. Moore, and Bo Bishop at a ceremony honoring Mr. Jones, a Westhampton Beach resident, for his historic preservation work. The award was given by the Westhampton Beach Historical Society.

Robert Murray, Larry Jones, Evan Robinson, Maureen Jones, Westhampton Beach Mayor Maria Z. Moore, and Bo Bishop at a ceremony honoring Mr. Jones, a Westhampton Beach resident, for his historic preservation work. The award was given by the Westhampton Beach Historical Society.

The “LOVE Sag Harbor”tote bag is available at participating Sag Harbor Chamber of Commerce member shops and restaurants this summer.

The “LOVE Sag Harbor”tote bag is available at participating Sag Harbor Chamber of Commerce member shops and restaurants this summer.

Alice & Olivia took first place at the first annual Southampton Rose Day event held earlier this month in celebration of the village flower, the rose.

Alice & Olivia took first place at the first annual Southampton Rose Day event held earlier this month in celebration of the village flower, the rose.

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