Greg Unis, Brooke Shields, and David Kratz
Durell Godfrey Photos
Annette and Matt Lauer
Claudette Darrell and Dawn Todd
Georgina Bloomberg and her son, Jasper Quintana
The air-kissing friends Lee Fryd and Colleen Rein
Thomas Hill and Mimi Lang
Michael Bloomberg and Diana Taylor
Hard numbers are difficult to come by, but one source is the New York State Department of Transportation, which has detailed traffic counts for Route 27, the main road into and out of the area, going back several years.
The Rev. Dr. Katrina Foster, pastor of St. Michael’s Lutheran Church in Amagansett and Incarnation Lutheran Church in Bridgehampton for the past five years, is leaving for Brooklyn.
Troy Carter, left, and Valentino D. Carlotti joined Loida Lewis at the party. Mr. Carlotti accepted an award given to Goldman Sachs Gives for corporate leadership.
Morgan McGivern Photos
Many of the students attended the party and showcased their work at several interactive stations. The group above included Austin Carvey, Adrian Davis, Anthony Box, Zaire Elleby, Sam Rigs, and Ruben Martinez.
The party took place on the grounds of Ms. Lewis's oceanfront estate.
Snakey-Snakey was a popular interactive game.
Remote-controlled gloves powered robotic finches in a Finchfa Tournament game, based on FIFA soccer.
Miss U.S.A. Olivia Jordan received instruction from one of the student coders.
Hannah Sanders and Nia Meadows paused for a selfie in the middle of the party.
Marcus Samuelsson of Red Rooster restaurant in Harlem catered the event.
Guests during the awards presentation
Inspirational signs posted throughout the tent and setting highlighted the empowering themes of the evening.