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The Sag Harbor Chamber Of Commerce Launches LOVE Sag Harbor Initiative To Uplift Local Businesses And Drive Transparency

by Sydney A. Braat
Community News - "The LOVE Sag Harbor campaign is a tribute to the strength of our community, the resilience of our small businesses, and gratitude for the support of so many people who truly love our village," said new Sag Harbor Chamber President, Gavin Menu.


New Education Partnership Spearheading Year-Round STEAM Enrichment Program

by Nicole Barylski
Community News - "After school STEAM enrichment classes are a fun and creative way for children to experience project-based learning that connects nature observations to the technology tools we use to make our observations better and understand the world around us," said Melanie Meade.


East Hampton Town Supervisor Peter Van Scoyoc Says Town Is "Ready To Administer" COVID-19 Vaccine

by T.J. Clemente
Community News - "I remain optimistic that all of our efforts to put together a dedicated vaccination site will greatly improve our resident's chances for receiving vaccine," Supervisor Van Scoyoc told us.


Hamptons Winter Break Virtual And In Person Camps And Classes

by Nicole Barylski
Community News - Looking for an enriching workshop to keep the kids occupied during winter break? There's plenty of East End options.


Local Student Earns First Place At 2021 Code-A-Thon

by Nicole Barylski
Community News - "One of the most important things about competing in the Code-A-Thon was that it was not only about coding," Bonnie Michelle Cannon said. "It challenged the students to use critical thinking and come up with Global Solutions."


East End-Based Library Live Streaming Groundhog Day Celebration With Quigley The Groundhog

by Nicole Barylski
Community News - "We are very happy to welcome Quigley and the STAR rescue team back to Quogue, continuing our Groundhog Day traditions," said Susan McKenna.


Sugar Kelp Farming: Benefit Our Climate, Our Water And Ourselves

by Eileen Casey
Community News - "Efforts this year are pilot projects designed to collect information that will be used to improve cultivation methods, identify ideal growing conditions, and provide kelp that processors can use to perfect their methods," the Moores relayed.


Jerry & The Mermaid And Branches Long Island Team Up To Give Back To Hospitality Workers

by Eileen Casey
Community News - "We are proud to say that we have raised nearly $30,000 in less than two weeks! My thoughts and prayers go out to the hospitality staff and their families who are suffering at this time because of jobs lost or hours cut," Jerry Dicecco expressed.


Successful Giving Tuesday Campaign Results In More Than 5,000 Pound Pet Food Donation To Baxter's Pet Pantry

by Nicole Barylski
Community News - "When households struggle to feed themselves, they also struggle to feed their pets, and the success of this campaign highlights how much we can accomplish by joining together on their behalf," Leslie Granger said.


INTERVIEW: Marit Molin Talks Lending A Helping Hand Through Hamptons Community Outreach

by T.J. Clemente
Community News - "We couldn't fundraise for the camp in March 2020 - because we didn't know if there would be a camp, and at that time, people really started telling me we need food. All the people I reached out to said they really needed food," Molin told us.


East Quogue's Gregory Ficara Named SASF Volunteer Of The Month

by Nicole Barylski
Community News - "I always look forward to the days that Greg comes to volunteer because he makes us laugh and lights up the shelter with his can-do attitude," Crystal Monaco noted.


Thanksgiving Donation Drive Raises $60,000 For Nine Hamptons-Based Food Pantries

by Nicole Barylski
Community News - "We originally started with a goal of $10,000 and with the overwhelming support from the community, we surpassed that within one week of launching the GoFundMe page," Steve Glick noted.


Precious Cargo Aboard: Local Pilots Aid In The Rescue Of 15 Puppies

by Nicole Barylski
Community News - "I have two dogs and I adopted them both from ARF. They're one of the best parts of my life. I love them very much and I wanted to help anyway I could," Charles Caravan told Hamptons.com.


Stony Brook Eastern Long Island Hospital Emergency Department Chief Receives Greenport-Based Hospital's First COVID-19 Vaccine

by Nicole Barylski
Community News - "I'm extremely grateful to be part of the solution to this disease that has tragically impacted so many," said Dr. Schiff. "This vaccine allows me to continue safely caring for my patients, while better protecting my family, friends and community."


INTERVIEW: Sheila Barrila On Citizens 4 Humanity's Holiday Mission

by T.J. Clemente
Community News - "We decided for the holidays, in addition to giving prepared food to the food pantries, we would start doing holiday meals for single mom families, because we knew we couldn't feed the whole East End, so we decided to have a focus," Barrila noted.


INTERVIEW: Riverhead CSEA President Ken Schuhmann On Supporting Local Eateries Through Gift Cards

by T.J. Clemente
Community News - "As everyone knows, most of the restaurants in town are really hurting. The membership loved the idea," Schuhmann told us.


INTERVIEW: David Steckowski Tells The Story Of "Sammy's Lights On Wheels" - His Mobile Christmas Tree With Over 2,000 Lights

by T.J. Clemente
Community News - "I was working at the East Hampton Recycling Center and someone threw away a tree. I stuffed it in my truck for the day, just as a joke. Everyone kind of liked it, so I drove off with it," Steckowski told us.


East Hampton Library Spreading Warmth And Holiday Cheer Through Annual Coat Drive

by T.J. Clemente
Community News - "We are really fortunate to be in this area and have such generous residents. Collections are well ahead of last year," Dennis Fabiszak told Hamptons.com.


INTERVIEW: Sag Harbor's Melissa Ann Mitchell Is Making A Difference Via Her Little Free Library And Holiday Drive

by T.J. Clemente
Community News - "We are seeing more and more kids and families struggling due to COVID-19, so I am trying to generate some interest in the local community to try to give a little bit this holiday season," Mitchell told us.


Santa Claus Is Taking A Sleigh Ride Through The Hamptons

by Nicole Barylski
Community News - "Supported by our local police and fire departments, our hope is that Santa will be able to bring joy to all during these challenging times," shared Emily Cullings.


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