Anna Lytton's mother, Kate Rabinowitz, addressed the gathering while Anna's father, Rameshwar Das, looked on.
The plaque at the foot of the tree dedicated to Anna LyttonMorgan McGivern
East Hampton Village Police Officer Jack Bartelme, one of the first officers on the scene of the accident that killed Anna Lytton, helped organize the dedication.Joanne Pilgrim
Rameshwar Das, Anna's father
East Hampton Village Police Chief Gerard Larsen also addressed the crowd.Joanne Pilgrim
A referendum regarding the Sag Harbor Volunteer Ambulance Corps is on the ballot for Tuesday.
Tom House, right, is an English teacher at the Bridgehampton School who got a group of students involved in planning the vigil held Tuesday to remember the victims of the mass shooting in Orlando. The students are pictured here holding the banner they made earlier in the day on Tuesday.
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People came to Bridgehampton from all over the South Fork on Tuesday to call for less hate and more love in society. The crowd numbered nearly 100 people as it paused in front of the Hampton Library with a banner that read, "Standing on the side of love."
Clergy members from various houses of worship, including the Rev. Karen Ann Campbell of Christ Episcopal Church in Sag Harbor, left, and the Rev. Kimberly Quinn Johnson of the Unitarian Universalist Congregation of the South Fork in Bridgehampton, right, came to the vigil and led the participants in a moment of silence.