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The Southampton History Museum will host Ghost Hunting at Rogers Mansion on Saturdays throughout October.

The Southampton History Museum will host Ghost Hunting at Rogers Mansion on Saturdays throughout October.

Bridgehampton School third grader Savanna Lillie built a tower with plastic cups.

Bridgehampton School third grader Savanna Lillie built a tower with plastic cups. Photos courtesy of the Bridgehampton School District

Raynor Country Day School students enjoy a Bus Safety presentation courtesy of Physical Education and Health teacher, Erik Broskie.

Raynor Country Day School students enjoy a Bus Safety presentation courtesy of Physical Education and Health teacher, Erik Broskie. Courtesy of Raynor Country Day School

Kay Dupree assists her Grandmother during beach cleanup on Shinnecock Bay October 3 as a part of The Great East End Cleanup.

Kay Dupree assists her Grandmother during beach cleanup on Shinnecock Bay October 3 as a part of The Great East End Cleanup. Ellen Dupree photo

Father Janusz Lipski, the pastor of Our Lady of Poland Parish officiated at the annual Blessing of Animals at Our Lady of the Hamptons last week in honor of St. Francis of Assisi. An estimated 200 family pets were gathered to be blessed in the outdoor prayer service.

Father Janusz Lipski, the pastor of Our Lady of Poland Parish officiated at the annual Blessing of Animals at Our Lady of the Hamptons last week in honor of St. Francis of Assisi. An estimated 200 family pets were gathered to be blessed in the outdoor prayer service. Courtesy of OLH

Pre-K and kindergarten students enjoyed in-person learning and recreation at the new Sag Harbor Learning Center. The facility features a nautical design and has the latest measures in safety and security in place.

Pre-K and kindergarten students enjoyed in-person learning and recreation at the new Sag Harbor Learning Center. The facility features a nautical design and has the latest measures in safety and security in place. Photos courtesy of Sag Harbor Union Free School District

The Southampton School District has promoted teaching assistant Natasha Jeffries to community placement coordinator for the district’s new Community as a Classroom program.

The Southampton School District has promoted teaching assistant Natasha Jeffries to community placement coordinator for the district’s new Community as a Classroom program. Photo courtesy of the Southampton Union Free School District

Using pins, fabric and sewing machines, Kathleen Ciancio’s seventh and eighth grade family and consumer sciences students at Westhampton Beach Middle School put their sewing skills into practice and learned how to stitch their own face masks. After mastering mask making, the students plan to sew more for those in need.

Using pins, fabric and sewing machines, Kathleen Ciancio’s seventh and eighth grade family and consumer sciences students at Westhampton Beach Middle School put their sewing skills into practice and learned how to stitch their own face masks. After mastering mask making, the students plan to sew more for those in need. Photos courtesy of the Westhampton Beach Union Free School District

Dennis D’Andrea and Carolyn Logan Gluck of the Wainscott CAC present the annual Business Community Award to Scott Rubenstein, left, of The Clubhouse on Saturday afternoon. KYRIL BROMLEY

Dennis D’Andrea and Carolyn Logan Gluck of the Wainscott CAC present the annual Business Community Award to Scott Rubenstein, left, of The Clubhouse on Saturday afternoon. KYRIL BROMLEY

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