In Your Neighborhoods, July 30 - 27 East

In Your Neighborhoods, July 30

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State Assemblyman Fred W. Thiele Jr., Montauk Library Director Denise DiPaolo, Library Board President Joan Lycke, Library Trustee Carter Tyler, Trustee Lynda Bostrom, Trustee Marilyn Levine and East Hampton Town Supervisor Peter Van Scoyoc at the Montauk Library expansion and renovation building project groundbreaking ceremony on Friday, July 24. RICHARD LEWIN

State Assemblyman Fred W. Thiele Jr., Montauk Library Director Denise DiPaolo, Library Board President Joan Lycke, Library Trustee Carter Tyler, Trustee Lynda Bostrom, Trustee Marilyn Levine and East Hampton Town Supervisor Peter Van Scoyoc at the Montauk Library expansion and renovation building project groundbreaking ceremony on Friday, July 24. RICHARD LEWIN

Montauk Library Board President Joan Lycke and Library Director Denise DiPaolo at the Montauk Library expansion and renovation building project groundbreaking ceremony on Friday, July 24. RICHARD LEWIN

Montauk Library Board President Joan Lycke and Library Director Denise DiPaolo at the Montauk Library expansion and renovation building project groundbreaking ceremony on Friday, July 24. RICHARD LEWIN

Artist Sabina Streeter with Eastville Historical Society's Dr. Georgette Grier just prior to the opening of Streeter's exhibition at the Society's Heritage House on Saturday. MICHAEL HELLER

Artist Sabina Streeter with Eastville Historical Society's Dr. Georgette Grier just prior to the opening of Streeter's exhibition at the Society's Heritage House on Saturday. MICHAEL HELLER

As artist Sabina Streeter looks on AS curator Dr. Georgette Grier of the Eastville Historical Society speaks about her artwork to visitors just prior to the opening of her exhibition at the Society's Heritage House on Saturday.   MICHAEL HELLER

As artist Sabina Streeter looks on AS curator Dr. Georgette Grier of the Eastville Historical Society speaks about her artwork to visitors just prior to the opening of her exhibition at the Society's Heritage House on Saturday. MICHAEL HELLER

Brenda Simmons, center, at the Southampton Arts Center Unity Fest on Sunday afternoon.  DANA SHAW

Brenda Simmons, center, at the Southampton Arts Center Unity Fest on Sunday afternoon. DANA SHAW

Certain Moves performs at the Southampton Arts
Center's Unity Fest on Sunday afternoon. DANA SHAW

Certain Moves performs at the Southampton Arts Center's Unity Fest on Sunday afternoon. DANA SHAW

The Southampton Arts Center hosted Unity Fest, a celebration of African American and Afro Indigenous culture, on Sunday afternoon.  DANA SHAW

The Southampton Arts Center hosted Unity Fest, a celebration of African American and Afro Indigenous culture, on Sunday afternoon. DANA SHAW

New kindergartner Myla Turnbull tried on her new OLH uniform for the first time.

New kindergartner Myla Turnbull tried on her new OLH uniform for the first time.

COVID-19 has forced many changes that are inconvenient, among them was the suspension of complimentary valet parking at Stony Brook Southampton Hospital. Brett Pickett, President of Shinnecock Hills Golf Club, took note and donated a spiffy, six-seater golf cart (sans caddie) to shuttle patients, caretakers and visitors to and from the designated Hospital parking areas in style. (From left) Nicholas Conlin, General Manager, Shinnecock Hills Golf Club; Robert S. Chaloner, Chief Administrative Officer, Stony Brook Southampton Hospital; Tom Collitti, Director of Safety and Security, Stony Brook Southampton Hospital; and Brett Picket, President, Shinnecock Hills Golf Club, celebrate the donation. Photo courtesy of Stony Brook Southampton Hospital

COVID-19 has forced many changes that are inconvenient, among them was the suspension of complimentary valet parking at Stony Brook Southampton Hospital. Brett Pickett, President of Shinnecock Hills Golf Club, took note and donated a spiffy, six-seater golf cart (sans caddie) to shuttle patients, caretakers and visitors to and from the designated Hospital parking areas in style. (From left) Nicholas Conlin, General Manager, Shinnecock Hills Golf Club; Robert S. Chaloner, Chief Administrative Officer, Stony Brook Southampton Hospital; Tom Collitti, Director of Safety and Security, Stony Brook Southampton Hospital; and Brett Picket, President, Shinnecock Hills Golf Club, celebrate the donation. Photo courtesy of Stony Brook Southampton Hospital

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