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In Your Neighborhoods, August 13

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The East End Cares/Clamshell foundation Fund for Food campaign has raised a total of $126,000 so far, including nearly $54,000 in donations at the Citarella stores in Bridgehampton and East Hampton and $16,000 at the Citarella store in Southampton. $110,000 will go to the food pantries in East Hampton, Montauk, Springs and Sag Harbor, and $16,000 for Heart of the Hamptons. Left to Right are: Lau Zarate, Director of Store Operations, Citarella; Jill Kalbacher, Director of The Clamshell Foundation; Melissa Berman, Co-Founder of East End Cares; Christopher Barry, Lead Fundraising Volunteer, East End Cares; Joe Gurrera, Founder of Citarella; Billy Kalbacher, CEO of The Clamshell Foundation.            DOUG KUNTZ

The East End Cares/Clamshell foundation Fund for Food campaign has raised a total of $126,000 so far, including nearly $54,000 in donations at the Citarella stores in Bridgehampton and East Hampton and $16,000 at the Citarella store in Southampton. $110,000 will go to the food pantries in East Hampton, Montauk, Springs and Sag Harbor, and $16,000 for Heart of the Hamptons. Left to Right are: Lau Zarate, Director of Store Operations, Citarella; Jill Kalbacher, Director of The Clamshell Foundation; Melissa Berman, Co-Founder of East End Cares; Christopher Barry, Lead Fundraising Volunteer, East End Cares; Joe Gurrera, Founder of Citarella; Billy Kalbacher, CEO of The Clamshell Foundation. DOUG KUNTZ

East Hampton Town Supervisor Peter Van Scoyoc and East Hampton Village Deputy Mayor Rick Lawler cut the ribbon during the ribbon-cutting ceremony for the new East Hampton Fire Department substation at 18 Old Northwest Road on Friday.   MICHAEL HELLER

East Hampton Town Supervisor Peter Van Scoyoc and East Hampton Village Deputy Mayor Rick Lawler cut the ribbon during the ribbon-cutting ceremony for the new East Hampton Fire Department substation at 18 Old Northwest Road on Friday. MICHAEL HELLER

Larrilee Jemiola, an East Hampton resident who is retiring after 51 years of service to the East End educational community, is celebrated at a recent Peconic Teacher Center policy board meeting by new Co-Directors Kim Milton and Kelly Anderson.

Larrilee Jemiola, an East Hampton resident who is retiring after 51 years of service to the East End educational community, is celebrated at a recent Peconic Teacher Center policy board meeting by new Co-Directors Kim Milton and Kelly Anderson.

Vincent Hardalo, Suffolk Federal Southampton Branch Manager; Hilton Crosby, Executive Director, Heart of the Hamptons; Maribel Ramos, Food Pantry Manager, Heart of the Hamptons and Francisco Zhiminaicela, Food Pantry Assistant, Heart of the Hamptons.

Vincent Hardalo, Suffolk Federal Southampton Branch Manager; Hilton Crosby, Executive Director, Heart of the Hamptons; Maribel Ramos, Food Pantry Manager, Heart of the Hamptons and Francisco Zhiminaicela, Food Pantry Assistant, Heart of the Hamptons.

Helen Lopez has been named the new registrar for the Southampton School District.

Helen Lopez has been named the new registrar for the Southampton School District.

The Southampton School District has appointed Michael Connell as the new Southampton Intermediate School assistant principal.

The Southampton School District has appointed Michael Connell as the new Southampton Intermediate School assistant principal.

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