A social worker and a child psychiatrist will come on board in September

Celebrating good news for the St. David A.M.E. Zion Cemetery were, from left, Kathleen Tucker, the Eastville Community Historical Society’s historian; Gary Cole, whose great-grandmother was buried there; Gloria Primm Brown; Eunice Jackie Vaughan, the society’s president, and Georgette Grier-Key, the society’s director. Lucia Akard

The Navy SEAL fund-raiser at Navy Beach last year Jane Bimson

Susan Stroman proved orange is the new black at the East Hampton Historical Society's cocktail party on Saturday night. Durell Godfrey, photos
Left: Barbara Slifka and Nina Gellman enjoyed the evening. Right: The hostess, Diane van Amerongen, welcomed Mollie Zweig, left, to the event.Durell Godfrey
Boys will be boys. Left: Scott Sommer and Phil Weber had some fun. Right: Even more fun was had by, from left, Bruce Karp, Peter Photangtham, Ricardo Martinez, and Robert Carouse.Durell Godfrey
Those making the scene in festive seasonal attire included, from left, Dan Mason, Randy Wallace, Jennifer Borg, and Anthony GattoDurell Godfrey
Looking elegant near the tent were, from left, Maryjane Brock, Charlie Brock, Alain Lebec, and Leah Lebec.Durell Godfrey
John and Marjorie Diamond joined Tiger Graham, right, at the conservatory.Durell Godfrey

Dea Million stood with her muse, an illustration of Morticia, by Charles Addams at his house and studio in Sagaponack on Friday the 13. Morgan McGivern photos
Josh Bevry, the director of the Conscience Point Shelfish Hatchery, left, was joined by Kevin Maiserocchi, the executive director of the Charles and Tee Addams Foundation, and Charley Schneider of Sea Scouts.Morgan McGivern
More members of the "family"Morgan McGivern
Ivy Wilson helped serve the food, which included grilled fish.Morgan McGivern
Dea Million wasn't the only one who got in the act. Scott Partlow also found some thematic gear to help promote the mood of the event.Morgan McGivern
The Old Hot Wax Band provided the music for the event.Morgan McGivern
Scott Frankenbach and Robyn Allen ferried guests from street to house.