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Lake Agawam Conservancy Launching Educational Seminar Series

by Nicole Barylski
Community News - "'Conventional to Organic, Transforming Landscapes to Preserve Our Water' is the first in a series of seminars sponsored by the newly formed Lake Agawam Conservancy to educate the community about how to reduce the chemical load in lawn care practices in order to protect local water quality, our environment and human health," Meghan Nadosy Magyar explained.


Out East Neighborhood Network Hosting Informational Session At South Fork Natural History Museum

by Nicole Barylski
Community News - "We are very pleased to have a wonderful volunteer, who decided, after retirement, that he wanted to learn more about his interest in marine aquaculture, so he volunteers each Wednesday with our marine tanks and is a great help to us," Carol Crasson explained. "It would be great to have more seniors involved doing things they can enjoy, while contributing to the community."


Local Middle School Students Presenting 2nd Annual Polar Plunge At Rogers Beach In Support Of East End Disability Associates

by Nicole Barylski
Community News - "It's an amazing day. The community rallies," Kelly Russell expressed. "It's a giant celebration on the beach."


Gurney's Montauk Resort & Seawater Spa To Kick-Off The New Year With Benefit Polar Bear Plunge

by Nicole Barylski
Community News - "You get the best of all worlds with the luxury of Gurney's and the gorgeous Montauk beaches, all while helping The Retreat," Kimberly J. Nichols concluded. "What better way to start 2020?"


EMT Randy Hoffman: A Hero Who Needs Our Help

by Eileen Casey
Community News - "Randy and his family and close friends are so grateful to the community for their outpouring of support and encouragement," Alison Hoffman Stern said. "Randy reads all Facebook messages and texts and is very thankful to everyone who has contributed to his fundraiser."


Kick 2020 Off By Getting "Freezin' For A Reason" At Annual Hamptons Polar Bear Plunge

by Nicole Barylski
Community News - "This fundraiser is one of the largest that benefits all of the East Hampton Food Pantries," Vicki M. Littman relayed. "The money raised helps feed those in need in our community all year long."


Quogue Library Hosting Snowman Stroll Around The Pond - Complete With Movie And Hot Cocoa At The Firehouse

by Sydney A. Braat
Community News - "With Jessup Pond offering a beautiful winter scene, it is the perfect backdrop for the display," Susan Mckenna noted. "The snowmen bring life and whimsy to our quiet village this time of year, people young and old have stopped to take photos and stroll along to enjoy the views."


Project MOST Opens New Campus At Neighborhood House

by Eileen Casey
Community News - Executive Director, Rebecca Morgan Taylor, relayed that their mission has always been, "To nurture creativity and exploration through hands-on learning in a welcoming environment and to make essential enrichment activities available to all. To this end we provide financial assistance to families as needed so that every child is able to participate and is encouraged to explore their natural curiosity and the joy of learning."


The Holiday Spirit To Spread Throughout Downtown Riverhead

by Nicole Barylski
Community News - "We are thrilled to once again host this annual event with the positivity and participation of the town and people of Riverhead; making this a special holiday tradition for hundreds of families and children every year," Kristy Verity shared.


Children's Book Series Inspired By Local Wildlife To Be Featured In Sag Harbor StoryWalk

by Nicole Barylski
Community News - "The Wild Adventures of Scurry the Squirrel: Book Two is the second in an ongoing series, following the adventures of a rehab squirrel I raised named Scurry," Dell Cullum explained. "Scurry teaches both young and old, why wildlife so important, why we need to be compassionate toward our wildlife, as well as introducing the readers to all our beautiful wildlife species that we share the East End of Long Island with."


East End Tick & Mosquito Control Launches Winter Tick Treatment

by Nicole Barylski
Community News - "It's crucial to continue taking preventative measures and checking for ticks because they are still active and in search of a blood meal whenever temperatures exceed 32 degrees Fahrenheit," Brian Kelly said.


INTERVIEW: Heart Of The Hamptons Executive Director Hilton Crosby On The 2019 Polar Bear Plunge At Coopers Beach, And More

by T.J. Clemente
Community News - "The goal this year is to raise the lofty total of $125,000," Hilton Crosby told Hamptons.com. "If we reach that goal for the upcoming year, we can then focus on the quality and types of programming that we carry out throughout the year."


2019 Hamptons Parade Of Lights, Santa Parades, Tree Lightings And More

by Nicole Barylski
Community News - The most wonderful time of the year will bring several merry outings to the Hamptons.


Southampton Animal Shelter Foundation: "It's Cool To Be Kind" Always!

by Eileen Casey
Community News - "Most schools take advantage of a field trip to the shelter where they explore the many departments and staff that is needed to care for animals," Ava Locks relayed.


Hamptons-Based Animal Adoption Center Hosting Pictures With Santa

by Nicole Barylski
Community News - "Each year Bideawee hosts a day where we invite folks -- and their furry friends -- into our Westhampton adoption center for a photo session with Santa," Leslie Granger shared.


East End Turkey Trots, Walk-It-Off Hikes, And A Turkey Plunge

by Nicole Barylski
Community News - If you're dreading the annual post Thanksgiving food coma, fit in a little fresh air and fitness during one of these Hamptons turkey trots and post Turkey Day walks.


Annual Holiday Light Show To Illuminate The East End

by Nicole Barylski
Community News - "We are happy to bring back this Long Island tradition and hope everyone is excited to see our new displays," Amanda Sanderlin noted.


Sag Harbor Historical Society Celebrating Halloween With Annie's Field Of Jack-O-Lanterns

by Nicole Barylski
Community News - "The glow of the jack-o-lantern on the porch, the wreath adorning the front door, the candles or menorah glowing in the window," Nancy Remkus of the Sag Harbor History Society noted. "It reminds us that life is to be celebrated."


"A Place At The Table:" Documentary Film On Hunger In America

by Eileen Casey
Community News - "This is not a political issue, but a human rights and moral issue. It is essential to work together to help our neighbors in need," Cathy Demeroto said about food insecurity.


East End Halloween Fest To Feature Coffin Races, "The Rocky Horror Picture Show," Dracula Appearance, A Costume Parade, And More

by Nicole Barylski
Community News - "In Riverhead, we work hard to offer extraordinary free community events throughout the seasons," Kristy Verity noted. "Halloween Fest is a wonderful Downtown celebration that delivers a fun, safe Halloween experience to our town and we welcome everyone to visit for an experience unlike any other on Long Island."


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