Kids have been encouraged through the Wellness Foundation of East Hampton’s programs to become “wellness warriors” to spread the word about healthier living. Mike Tremblay

Peter Jennings in 1990

AT&T presented a $10,000 grant to the Bridgehampton Child Care and Recreational Center on Friday. Pictured with several children from the center's summer camp program are Marissa Shorenstein, president of AT&T's New York State division; Brandon Ray, head of AT&T's Long Island operation; Bonnie Michelle Canon, executive director of the B.C.C.R.C., Anna Throne-Holst, supervisor of Southampton Town and a candidate for the U.S. House of Representatives; Gloria Harris, treasurer of the board of directors of the B.C.C.R.C.; and Jay Schneiderman, Suffolk County legislator. Christine Sampson

Members of East Hampton’s Girl Scout Troop 419 took their plan for a sign requesting quiet to the town’s nature preserve committee earlier this month. Pictured are, from left, Alexandra Schumacher, Caroline Brown, Cailyn Lynch, Sienna Bowen, Mary McCann, and Arianna Islami, and, in front, Mary Kate Kopka. Christopher Walsh