Joan Overlock and Fred Doss founded GoodCircle in 2014 as a way to connect businesses, nonprofit organizations, and community members, who can then accomplish local projects.
A sticker affixed to a garbage receptacle at Wiborg’s Beach in East Hampton Village delivers a blunt message to the East Hampton Town Trustees.
Hook Pond by the Maidstone Club
JoAnn Lyles, left, the mother of Marine Lance Cpl. Jordan C. Haerter who was killed in Iraq, and Nicolasa Arevalo, whose son Orlando Perez was killed in Bagdad in 2008, were among those who observed Memorial Day at the parade in Sag Harbor.
Mary Bennett, left, and Cathy Worwetz
Sailor Christopher Stone with the Todesco family
After the parade, some of the marchers gathered for a photo with JoAnn Lyles, the mother of Marine Lance Cpl. Jordan C. Haerter, who was killed in Iraq in 2008.
The McMahon brothers: from left, John McMahon IV, Daniel McMahon, who just came back from a four-year deployment, and William McMahon.
Kix, age 3, and Tucker, age 5, waved as the parade made its way down Main Street.Christine Sampson
The parade route was filled with those observing Memorial Day, selfies and all.Morgan McGivern
Gordan Miller waved his flag in support of the marchers.Morgan McGivern
Three World War II veterans, from left, Joseph DeCristofaro, Gene Beckwith, and Norton (Bucket) Daniels, attended the parade and ceremonies on Monday. Christine Sampson
The East Hampton Fire Department Morgan McGivern
The Sayegh and Pike families, of Bridgehampton, attended the Memorial Day parade on Monday.Christine Sampson
The Daisy troops also marched.Morgan McGivern
Is it safe to go in the water? The travels of more than 100 tagged sharks, including some captured off Montauk last year, are being tracked online at OCEARCH.org.