Durell Godfrey Photos

Edward Hoff III won in the youth division for the 2.36-pound clam he dug from Napeague Harbor. Durell Godfrey
Tina Schultz took home prizes for her Old Bonac chowder, which the judges deemed the finest of 15 entries.Durell Godfrey
The smiles were almost as big as the clams. Diane McNally, clerk of the East Hampton Town Trustees, presented Edward Hoff Jr. with prizes for the largest clam dug from Napeague Harbor and the largest overall.Durell Godfrey
Trustees Nat Miller, Sean McCaffrey, and Joe Bloecker, shucked clams and oysters by the hundreds.Durell Godfrey
Ryan Persan and his children, Laila and Tyler, showed off their prizes for the biggest Montauk clam. Durell Godfrey

East Hampton Town Police Chief Edward Ecker faced the members of the Montauk Citizens Advisory Committee along with Capt. Mike Sarlo, second from right, and Lt. Chris Hatch during a discussion of traffic hazards on Second House Road. Janis Hewitt
At the well-attended Montauk Archaeology Festival on Saturday, Arthur Kirmss showed a small group a display of wampum and other relics. Janis Hewitt
Janis Hewit

Harvesting hay in Springs
Capt. E.J. Edwards, left, on Amagansett Beach
Opening Georgica gut
Main Beach
Hedges House in background