It's A Wrap: Sag Harbor 7-Eleven Closes - 27 East

It’s A Wrap: Sag Harbor 7-Eleven Closes

icon 9 Photos
A worker removes the sign from the Sag Harbor 7-Eleven, which closed on Friday. MICHAEL HELLER

A worker removes the sign from the Sag Harbor 7-Eleven, which closed on Friday. MICHAEL HELLER

The sign on the door of the Sag Harbor 7-Eleven says it all on Friday, as a worker removes the store's sign. MICHAEL HELLER

The sign on the door of the Sag Harbor 7-Eleven says it all on Friday, as a worker removes the store's sign. MICHAEL HELLER

Sag Harbor Community Food Pantry Volunteer Executive Director Evelyn

Sag Harbor Community Food Pantry Volunteer Executive Director Evelyn "Evie" Ramunno removes perishables that were donated to the food pantry by 7-11 as the store was emptied and shut down on Friday, Michael Heller

Sag Harbor Community Food Pantry's Volunteer Executive Director Evelyn

Sag Harbor Community Food Pantry's Volunteer Executive Director Evelyn "Evie" Ramunno removes perishables that were donated to the food pantry by 7-11 as the store was emptied and shut down on Friday. Michael Heller

The sign above the 7-11 is taken down as the store was emptied and shut down on Friday. Michael Heller

The sign above the 7-11 is taken down as the store was emptied and shut down on Friday. Michael Heller

Cynthia Williams, one of 7-Eleven's managers, loads a bag of groceries donated to the Sag Harbor Food Pantry for volunteer Pam Kern. MICHAEL HELLER

Cynthia Williams, one of 7-Eleven's managers, loads a bag of groceries donated to the Sag Harbor Food Pantry for volunteer Pam Kern. MICHAEL HELLER

Sag Harbor Community Food Pantry's Volunteer Executive Director Evelyn

Sag Harbor Community Food Pantry's Volunteer Executive Director Evelyn "Evie" Ramunno helps volunteer Pam Kern remove perishables that were donated to the food pantry by 7-11 as the store was emptied and shut down on Friday. Michael Heller

Sag Harbor Community Food Pantry volunteer Pam Kern is helped by 7-11 Store Manager Cynthia Williams as they remove food that was donated to the food pantry by 7-11 as the store was emptied and shut down on Friday. Michael Heller

Sag Harbor Community Food Pantry volunteer Pam Kern is helped by 7-11 Store Manager Cynthia Williams as they remove food that was donated to the food pantry by 7-11 as the store was emptied and shut down on Friday. Michael Heller

Sag Harbor Community Food Pantry's Volunteer Executive Director Evelyn

Sag Harbor Community Food Pantry's Volunteer Executive Director Evelyn "Evie" Ramunno removes perishables that were donated to the food pantry by 7-11 as the store was emptied and shut down on Friday.

authorStephen J. Kotz on Apr 30, 2021
It’s fascinating just how much merchandise can be packed into a 7-Eleven store. Besides the obvious things like milk and bread, beer and soda, cookies, chips, and all sorts of... more

You May Also Like:

East End Fund For Children Unites Nonprofits With Goal Of Helping Kids During Pandemic

Since the coronavirus pandemic began, charitable organizations across the East End have been in overdrive, ... 4 May 2021 by Cailin Riley

Southampton Town, Sag Harbor Village Cut A Deal To Allow Some Beach Access

Southampton Town and Sag Harbor Village have reached an agreement that will allow residents who ... by Stephen J. Kotz

Cops Called On Bay Street Protesters

Sag Harbor Village Police were called to Bay Street Theater at about 1 p.m. on ... by Stephen J. Kotz

South Fork Natural History Museum’s Young Environmentalists Society Allows Kids With A Love Of Nature To Thrive

For the past year, a dedicated group of preteens with a love for nature and ... by Cailin Riley

Larocca Will Challenge Mulcahy For Sag Harbor Mayor

Sag Harbor Village Trustee James Larocca on Monday said he would challenge incumbent Mayor Kathleen ... by Stephen J. Kotz

New Convenience Store Slated For 7-Eleven Space In Sag Harbor

A day after Sag Harbor’s 7-Eleven store closed its doors, signs announcing the arrival of ... 1 May 2021 by Stephen J. Kotz

Q&A: Village Police Reform Committee Member Sees Some Reasons For Optimism

To Willa Bernstein, a key to the guilty verdict in the Derek Chauvin case involved ... 28 Apr 2021 by Joseph Shaw

Sag Harbor Student Distributes Personalized Care Packages Benefiting Food Pantry

Over the past few months, Zoe McDonald started to notice something when she would listen ... by Cailin Riley

Baseball Returns To The Bridgehampton School

Infield chatter interspersed with the thwack of baseballs meeting wood bats and the thump of ... by Stephen J. Kotz

Archdiocese Releases List Of Accused Clergy In Bankruptcy Filings

A list of 101 Catholic priests, who have been accused of sexual abuse while serving in the Diocese of Rockville Centre, including 10 who served in parishes on the East End from the late 1950s to mid-1990s, was released earlier this month as part of a filing in United States Bankruptcy Court for the Southern District of New York. Jeff Anderson and Associates, a law firm based in St. Paul, Minnesota, which specializes in abuse cases, noted in a release that the diocese was the only one in New York State to refuse to release a list of accused clergy ... 27 Apr 2021 by Stephen J. Kotz
logo

Welcome to our new website!

To see what’s new, click “Start the Tour” to take a tour.

We welcome your feedback. Please click the
“contact/advertise” link in the menu bar to email us.

Start the Tour
Landscape view not supported
Send this to a friend