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W.E. Paddle: Local Lifeguards Show Their Hearts For The Hamptons

by Eileen Casey
Community News - "I saw an article regarding the Springs Food Pantry and the difficulty food pantries are having related to the Covid virus, and since I participate in the Polar Plunge each year and am familiar with the great work HOH does, I wanted to do something further as we want to ensure our neighbors in need are taken care of," Alyx McClatchey relayed.

The Friends of The Big Duck's Annual Rubber Duckie Race

by Nicole Barylski
Community News - "The Friends of The Big Duck's Annual Rubber Duckie Race is a great outdoor family event," Neil Young, President - Friends of The Big Duck, noted.

A Hamptons' Two Pak Treatment: Husband And Wife Aid Cyclist Hit By Van

by Lee Fryd
Community News - What are the chances? A cyclist hit by a van must have had his guardian angels watching over.

The Waverly Project Foundation Holding Virtual 5K This Weekend

by Nicole Barylski
Community News - "Our mission is to support girls on their journey toward mental, physical and spiritual well-being," Grace Wills explained.

The Montauk Playhouse Community Center Foundation's 12th Annual Montauk Swim Challenge Going Virtual

by T.J. Clemente
Community News - "We are hoping to raise our goal of $10,000 this year," Lauren Maldonado explained.

Ellen's Run Commemorating 25th Anniversary With Virtual Run

by Lee Fryd
Community News - "Sign up and help us celebrate our 25th Anniversary," says Julie Ratner. "With a virtual run, our friends all over the world can participate."

Stony Brook Southampton Hospital Reports It's COVID-19 Free

by Nicole Barylski
Community News - "As of this morning, Friday, July 31, we have no confirmed COVID admitted patients in our Hospital and no admitted patients under investigation for COVID-19," reported Robert S. Chaloner, Chief Administrative Officer, Stony Brook Southampton Hospital.

Beloved Hamptons Summer Sandcastle Contest Goes Digital

by Nicole Barylski
Community News - "We wanted to ensure our tradition continued and are excited to see what everyone creates from afar," Kori Peters said about the virtual edition.

INTERVIEW: Kimberly Barbour, Cornell Cooperative Extension Marine Program Outreach Manager, On The Spat-on-shell Oyster Reef In Lake Montauk

by Nicole Barylski
Community News - "The juvenile spat-on-shell oysters will continue to grow on to adults that are capable of filtering up to 50 gallons of water per day, helping to remove excess nutrients from the water column and improving water quality and clarity," Barbour told us.

INTERVIEW: East Hampton Town Supervisor Peter Van Scoyoc's Thoughts About The Covid-19 Pandemic

by T.J. Clemente
Community News - "There will be an ongoing need to address the impacts and consequences of the pandemic. We are likely to have a much larger year-round community for the foreseeable future," Supervisor Van Scoyoc told us.

How To Tick Proof Your Outdoor Oasis

by Sponsored Guest Post by East End Tick & Mosquito Control
Community News - "This will not be a normal summer, but while we're all out practicing our social distancing guidelines, ticks will NOT be adhering to the rules," Brian Kelly stated.

Inaugural "Unity Fest" To Feature "Killer Bees" Screening, Guest Speakers, Live Music, Community Art And More

by Nicole Barylski
Community News - "It's crazy. I've been going to the Hamptons for 20-30 years and I thought the Hamptons was all about rich people. But there's another side of the Hamptons that you really don't see," Shaquille O'Neal, who served as a "Killer Bees" Producer, said.

Jordan's Run/Walk Veteran's Memorial 5K Goes Virtual This Year

by Eileen Casey
Community News - "Jordan's Run helps to keep Jordan's name known and his story of heroism shared so that he is not forgotten. It is a good fundraiser for In Jordan's Honor, Ltd. and helps us continue the awards to seniors who choose to serve their country," JoAnn Lyles told us.

INTERVIEW: Children's Museum Of The East End President Steve Long On The CMEE Food Pantry And Other Pandemic Initiatives, Virtual Trivia Night Benefit And More

by Nicole Barylski
Community News - "CMEE launched several emergency initiatives to help families cope with the crisis, including a weekly food pantry," Long told us. "We also developed an array of online educational programs and family support groups."

INTERVIEW: Melissa Berman Talks Goldberg's Bagels Joining East End Cares In Bagels For BHCCRC Campaign

by T.J. Clemente
Community News - "This is what volunteerism and East End Cares is all about - everyone working together to make a difference," Melissa Berman said.

Hampton Bays-Based Wildlife Rescue Center Holding Wildlife Baby Shower Fundraiser

by Nicole Barylski
Community News - "Everyone loves babies and wildlife babies require just as much care as human babies," Shelley Berkoski noted.

Animal Rescue Fund Of The Hamptons Holding Donation Drive In Support Of Pet Food Pantry

by Lindsay Aitken
Community News - "Families are struggling to make ends meet and ARF is hoping to eliminate some of that stress by helping to provide food for the family pet(s). We hope that our friends and neighbors will take advantage of this new program," Jamie Berger noted.

Hampton Bays-Based Non-Profit Launches Summer Community Composting Program

by Lindsay Aitken
Community News - "ECI hopes to close the loop on food waste while empowering community members, schools, and local businesses. The Community Composting Program diverts food waste from the landfill and into home gardens as nutrient-rich compost," Lauren Carrozzi noted.

Southampton In The Streets Pilot Program To Promote Al Fresco Dining And Commerce

by Nicole Barylski
Community News - "This is a pilot program, we're going to test out the closures of Main Street and Jobs Lane," Mayor Warren noted. "If all goes well, this could be more of a common and a regular thing. I think everyone's very excited."

Innovative East End Program To Bring Produce Straight From The Farm To Local Food Pantry

by Nicole Barylski
Community News - "Before the pandemic, our food pantry was feeding approximately 70 individuals per month," Bonnie Michelle Cannon, Executive Director, BHCCRC, explained. "We are now feeding about 450 individuals per week."

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