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Community News, September 23

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At a recent meeting of the Kiwanis Club of Southampton Town, four new members were inducted. From left, new member Ann Hogan, Kiwanis Suffolk East Division Lt. Governor Robert Borowski, new member Sarah Johner, member and sponsor of the inductees Rachel Foster, new member Pat Finnochiaro, new member Maureen Hogan, club President Lorri Schneider, and club Secretary Amy Graham.

At a recent meeting of the Kiwanis Club of Southampton Town, four new members were inducted. From left, new member Ann Hogan, Kiwanis Suffolk East Division Lt. Governor Robert Borowski, new member Sarah Johner, member and sponsor of the inductees Rachel Foster, new member Pat Finnochiaro, new member Maureen Hogan, club President Lorri Schneider, and club Secretary Amy Graham.

East Hampton Lions Club members,  Bridget Lynch, Tina Piette, Darius Narizzano, Carl Irace, Eve Gerard and Jaden Lynch at the Lions Club chicken barbeque on Saturday afternoon.  KYRIL BROMLEY

East Hampton Lions Club members, Bridget Lynch, Tina Piette, Darius Narizzano, Carl Irace, Eve Gerard and Jaden Lynch at the Lions Club chicken barbeque on Saturday afternoon. KYRIL BROMLEY

Steve Lynch Jr and Bob Pucci prepare the birds at the East Hampton Lions Club chicken barbeque at the Amagansett American Legion on Saturday.  KYRIL BROMLEY

Steve Lynch Jr and Bob Pucci prepare the birds at the East Hampton Lions Club chicken barbeque at the Amagansett American Legion on Saturday. KYRIL BROMLEY

Joe McBride, former President of Montauk Boatmen and Captains Association speaks at 70th anniversary talk of the Pelican disaster at the Montauk Lighthouse on Sunday.   KYRIL BROMLEY

Joe McBride, former President of Montauk Boatmen and Captains Association speaks at 70th anniversary talk of the Pelican disaster at the Montauk Lighthouse on Sunday. KYRIL BROMLEY

Some of the members of the Pierson Class of 1971, Michael Remkus, Steve Haerter, Marion Allen, Cathy Santacroce-Worwetz, Harold Worwetz, Colleen Stafford, Beth O’Sullivan, Tim Mott, Fred Thiele, Vee Bennett, Bethany Deyermond and Mark Weiderst, met at the Corner Bar in Sag harbor on Saturday evening to celebrate their 50th reunion.    KYRIL BROMLEY

Some of the members of the Pierson Class of 1971, Michael Remkus, Steve Haerter, Marion Allen, Cathy Santacroce-Worwetz, Harold Worwetz, Colleen Stafford, Beth O’Sullivan, Tim Mott, Fred Thiele, Vee Bennett, Bethany Deyermond and Mark Weiderst, met at the Corner Bar in Sag harbor on Saturday evening to celebrate their 50th reunion. KYRIL BROMLEY

authorStaff Writer on Sep 20, 2021
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