Villages

As dory squad waned, East Hampton Volunteer Ocean Rescue took its place
Volunteers stay fit and ready for ocean emergencies through twice-weekly drills that involve swimming, hauling pretend victims out of the sea, and carrying them to safety onshore. Judy D’Mello
Matt Norklun, an East Hampton volunteer lifeguard for 10 years, enjoyed some downtime with Steve McMahon, a fellow volunteer rescue swimmer. Matthew Charron
Unloading a Jet Ski at Atlantic Avenue Beach in Amagansett for specialized training required for rescues in rough seas. About half of the volunteers are certified Jet Ski operators. Matthew Charron
Katie Osiecki, one of three East Hampton Volunteer Ocean Rescue captains, went over plans with T.J. Calabrese, the organization’s chief, during its monthly meeting at the Dory Rescue Barn in Amagansett. Matthew Charron

Durell Godfrey



Elaine Defalco, a daughter of Fritz Leddy, a former chief of the East Hampton Village Police Department, pinned Mr. Leddy’s shield to her son-in-law, Michael Tracey. Christopher Walsh


The mill cottage at the Gardiner home lot is being restored to its 1880s appearance. When the alterations are complete, it will be a museum featuring East Hampton landscape paintings. Durell Godfrey

The vegetation planted to trap pollutants and silt from surface runoff at the East Hampton Village green is in full bloom this month. Durell Godfrey