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Hamptons Non-Profits Holding Holiday Food Drives

by Nicole Barylski
Community News - "In the midst, of a pandemic our community's love has poured out to The Center," Bonnie Michelle Cannon expressed. "Your help has allowed us to spread love back to our community and we want to continue to give back with our THANKFUL Food Drive."


Martha Stewart And Other Notable Designs Creating Tabletop Holiday Trees For Hamptons Designer Tree Auction

by Nicole Barylski
Community News - "This is a great way to get the family out after Thanksgiving and begin a festive season," Tom Edmonds, Southampton History Museum Executive Director, shared.


Hamptons-Based Animal Shelter Hosting #Catsgiving, Its First-Ever, Online Adoption Event

by Nicole Barylski
Community News - "As we continue to conduct adoptions at ARF by appointment only, we are hoping to bring some extra attention to our fabulous felines - in an effort to find them their forever homes," Jamie Berger noted.


Peanut Butter Buddies Campaign Aims To Collect 300 Jars For Long Island Animal Shelter

by T.J. Clemente
Community News - "In recent months, because of COVID, Valerie hasn't been able to be at the shelter and care for the dogs. So, she came up with the idea to collect jars of peanut butter," Gabriella Rose told us.


Bay Street Makes $6,000 Donation To JBJ Soul Kitchen Food Bank

by Gabrielle Topping
Community News - "As the pandemic raged, and the food pantry lines kept growing, we simply had to do something to help," Tracy Mitchell, Bay Street's Executive Director said. "It felt like an obvious choice to be sure our neighbors were receiving basic food necessities."


Family Service League Offers "Safety Net" To Eastern Long Island

by Eileen Casey
Community News - "The overwhelming life challenges that we as a community are facing have been exacerbated by the additional stressors associated with COVID-19, making FSL's programs a lifeline for many Long Islanders," Karen Boorshtein told us.


INTERVIEW: Lisa Field On The Sag Harbor Variety Store's 50th Anniversary

by T.J. Clemente
Community News - "Mom and dad knew nothing about retail. At first, it was tough, but after a while they got the hang of it," Lisa Field told us about her parents Rose and Phil Bucking, who purchased the Variety Store in 1970.


Hamptons Halloween Jack-o'-Lantern Contests, Trivia Nights, Virtual Performances And Other Celebrations

by Nicole Barylski
Community News - While many of the traditional East End All Hallows' Eve festivities have been canceled this year, there are still plenty of fun ways to celebrate Halloween.


INTERVIEW: A Talk With Molly Bishop, The Sag Harbor Partnership's Inaugural Executive Director

by T.J. Clemente
Community News - "It's really to be a partner with the village and the other community organizations to see that the whole village thrives as best as it can," Bishop told us about the Sag Harbor Partnership.


Where To View The Best Hamptons Jack-o'-Lanterns

by Nicole Barylski
Community News - There will be many opportunities to admire some of the most imaginative, jaw-dropping pumpkin carvings in the Hamptons this year - socially distanced, of course.


Celebrate Halloween With Ghost Hunting And A Haunted Village At Southampton History Museum

by Gabrielle Topping
Community News - "Everyone, especially adults should dress up in their most terrible costumes and enjoy a frightening tour of our historic buildings," said Tom Edmonds, director of the Southampton History Museum.


Autumn Scarecrow Stroll To Return To Quogue

by Nicole Barylski
Community News - "The creativity and dedication that Quogue families put on display are delightful. We enjoy offering opportunities that engage the community and encourage connection," Susan McKenna expressed.


Halloween Fest Canceled, But Halloween Lamp Post Decorating, "Trunk Or Treat" Drive-Thru Still On

by Nicole Barylski
Community News - "While limited by current restrictions on events, this is an activity that can still occur. We are focused on ways to help our community enjoy special occasions and will continue as many traditions as we safely can," Kristy Verity noted.


INTERVIEW: Tara Mahon And The 2020 Virtual Shelter Island 5K Run-Walk Held In Support Of The Fight Against Women's Cancers

by T.J. Clemente
Community News - "Running this event and the other events is just a way to give back and to support the ones who are going through treatment and honor the ones who have been taken from us and to give a hurrah to the survivors - because we all have our own journey with this breast cancer," Mahon told us.


Hannah Berner And Des Bishop To Judge Wag-O-Ween Spooktacular Costume Contest

by Nicole Barylski
Community News - "It is going to be a great day to have fun and support shelter pets. We have great raffles and prizes for contest," Kate McEntee said.


Westhampton Beach's Golden Canes Continues Mission Despite COVID-19

by Gabrielle Topping
Community News - "We saw a lot of fundraisers happening and thought, what if we did something like that?" Sydney Anastasia said. "Knowing you are helping kids, even if it's something as simple as a lunch, is a good feeling."


Historic And Preservation Funds For Montauk's Third House Approved By Suffolk County

by Gabrielle Topping
Community News - "Finishing the restoration of this important part of Suffolk County history will add to Montauk's many attractive destinations," Legislator Fleming added. "I appreciate the support of my colleagues in Suffolk County government who realize the significance of our historical landscape."


Montauk Fall Festival - And Chowder Contest - Goes Virtual

by Nicole Barylski
Community News - "All non-profits such as the chamber were hit particularly hard this year. Montauk Fall Festival is our largest fundraiser that attracts hundreds of people," noted Kay Tyler.


"Shark Shuffle" Virtual Walk/Run To Support College Scholarships

by Nicole Barylski
Community News - "Community colleges," Alex Helisek noted, "are affordable, but even so there are students in need."


Influenza A, Influenza B And COVID PCR Testing To Be Offered At Several Hamptons Sites

by Nicole Barylski
Community News - "COVID-19 symptoms are similar to the flu and we are providing influenza testing because it is important to get the correct diagnosis," said Fredric I. Weinbaum, MD, Chief Medical Officer and Chief Operating Officer, Stony Brook Southampton Hospital.


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