Some of the SCOPE Education Services honorees, including Dorothy White, in the second row from the bottom and second from the right
Lillian Tyree-Johnson, in the first row to the far right, the Bridgehampton school board vice president, received an award for her contributions as a board member.
Rebecca Morgan Taylor, far right, has been named the new executive director at Project Most. She is seen here in February with, from left, Assemblyman Fred W. Thiele Jr., Peter Van Scoyoc and Sylvia Overby, East Hampton Town Board members, and Amos Goodman, who is running for county legislator on the Republican ticket.
Jeff Mansfield, the Bridgehampton School Foundation president, shook hands with Chase Andreassi of Sabrosa Mexican Grill. Pictured from left: Mr. Mansfield, Elizabeth Whelan Kotz, the foundation's secretary, its vice president, Kathleen McCleland, and Kelly A. Harris, a foundation trustee.
Lt. Chris Hatch gave a final salute.Taylor K. Vecsey
East Hampton Village Police Officer Ken Brabant offered his congratulations to Lt. Chris Hatch.Taylor K. Vecsey
Ed Ecker, who served as police chief until 2013, embraced Chris Hatch.Taylor K. Vecsey
Lt. Chris Hatch got a big hug from East Hampton Village Police Sgt. Kevin Duchemin. Taylor K. Vecsey
Taylor K. Vecsey
Lt. Chris Hatch listened to officers from around the South Fork call in to congratulate him on his retirement during a ceremony on Friday. Taylor K. Vecsey
Taylor K. Vecsey
Lt. Chris Hatch with his mother, Peggy, left, and his wife, Lauren, and their two daughters, Leah and Camryn.Taylor K. Vecsey
Bay scallops fresh from a South Fork harbor
David E. Rattray
People wear their finest hats for Sag Harbor's Easter Bonnet Parade, to be held on Saturday, April 4.
The Ladies Village Improvement Society Easter egg hunt. Durell Godfrey
Ava Tintle and Georgia Kenny, East Hampton Brownie Scouts, helped fill eggs for the Children's Museum of the East End's Mad Hatter Tea Party, which will be held on Saturday, March 28.Durell Godfrey
"They swam their hearts out and when they weren’t competing they were cheering each other on.”
Kara Lynn Joyce, a three-time Olympian, oversaw two days of clinics for the Y.M.C.A. East Hampton RECenter’s youth swim team, the Hurricanes, before they swam in last weekend’s state meet.
Julia Brierley, above, broke Georgie Bogetti’s state meet record in the 200-yard individual medley, and, below, was a member, along with Cecilia De Havenon, Carly Drew, and Maggie Purcell, of the record-breaking open 200 medley relay team.
Chasen Dubs won the 13-to-14-year-old 200 individual medley, was the runner-up in the 100 freestyle, and was third in the 50 free. Christopher Dubs Photos