“Now, when we have special events in the future, we can bring this disposal box with us,”
White's Apothecary is sponsoring another "Big Red Med" drug disposal box, to be used by town and village police at community events. From left are Tom McAbee, creator of the Big Red Med disposal box, Sgt. Daniel Roman, Diana Dolling-Ross, owner of White's Apothecary, and Police Officer Kenneth Alversa.
Contestants posed in the look-alike contest.
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Edwina von Gal, who won a look-alike contest with her dog, Clover, and the fashion designer Isaac Mizrahi, who designed the T-shirt for this year's event.
The dog walk makes a stop at Main Beach in East Hampton Village before returning to Mulford Farm.
Stella Ames, who helped raise $3,786 for ARF Hamptons, took a moment with Fallon.
Perhaps the tiniest participant, Pippa, was carried by Debbie Loeffler.
Jeff Williams and Murray
There's nothing like a good kiss.
Big and small frolicked in the ocean.
Harry Lagarenne took honors in the East Hampton Town Trustees' Largest Clam Contest for Napeague Harbor with a 2-pound, .9-ounce monster, and also won for the largest clam over all.
Jim Lubetkin's traditional Bonac chowder was deemed the day's finest. Durell Godfrey
Judges of the Largest Clam Contest -- Bill Taylor and Francis Bock in back and Joe LaCarrubba and James DiSunno in front -- weighed one of the contestants.Durell Godfrey
Tim Bock and Brian Byrnes ladled out Fred Overton's famous Bonac chowder, served every year at the event to much praise.Durell Godfrey
Joan Brill enjoyed a bowl of Mr. Overton's famous chowder. Durell Godfrey
Clint Bennett, center, dug the largest clams from Lake Montauk (1 pound, 7.2 ounces) and Three Mile Harbor (1 pound, 7.8 ounces).Durell Godfrey
As a long line of people waited for free clams on the half shell, Harry Lagarenne, Jim Lagarenne, and Paul Roman shucked and shucked and shucked.Durell Godfrey
Kids took turns blowing plastic shofars during a 2013 Rosh Hashana celebration at the Jewish Center of the Hamptons.