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In Your Neighborhoods, September 17

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The Rev. Tisha Williams and her husband, Deacon Lawrence Williams, baptize Shakeva Brown and Delana Miller on Saturday in Bridgehampton. Both women have waited six months to be baptized as a result of the COVID-19 virus pandemic.

The Rev. Tisha Williams and her husband, Deacon Lawrence Williams, baptize Shakeva Brown and Delana Miller on Saturday in Bridgehampton. Both women have waited six months to be baptized as a result of the COVID-19 virus pandemic.

The Rev. Tisha Williams and her husband, Deacon Lawrence Williams, baptize Shakeva Brown and Delana Miller on Saturday in Bridgehampton. Both women have waited six months to be baptized as a result of the COVID-19 virus pandemic.

The Rev. Tisha Williams and her husband, Deacon Lawrence Williams, baptize Shakeva Brown and Delana Miller on Saturday in Bridgehampton. Both women have waited six months to be baptized as a result of the COVID-19 virus pandemic. Lori Hawkins

The Rev. Tisha Williams and her husband, Deacon Lawrence Williams, baptize Shakeva Brown and Delana Miller on Saturday in Bridgehampton. Both women have waited six months to be baptized as a result of the COVID-19 virus pandemic.

The Rev. Tisha Williams and her husband, Deacon Lawrence Williams, baptize Shakeva Brown and Delana Miller on Saturday in Bridgehampton. Both women have waited six months to be baptized as a result of the COVID-19 virus pandemic. Lori Hawkins

New York State Senator Tim M. Kennedy of Buffalo visited the Sag Harbor Whaling Museum last week. the senator is Chariman of the State Native American Relations Committee and was in town visiting the Shinnecock Nation Territory.  DANA SHAW

New York State Senator Tim M. Kennedy of Buffalo visited the Sag Harbor Whaling Museum last week. the senator is Chariman of the State Native American Relations Committee and was in town visiting the Shinnecock Nation Territory. DANA SHAW

Pre-K student, Julia Cammarata marches proudly in Raynor Country Day School's parade to honor Patriot Day on Friday, September 11.    COURTESY RAYNOR COUNTRY DAY SCHOOL

Pre-K student, Julia Cammarata marches proudly in Raynor Country Day School's parade to honor Patriot Day on Friday, September 11. COURTESY RAYNOR COUNTRY DAY SCHOOL

author on Sep 15, 2020
So much has been delayed during the COVID-19 pandemic, including rites of passage and key life moments often celebrated with family and community. On Saturday, the Reverend Tisha Williams, along... more

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