Villages


First Lt. Elizabeth Mamay was welcomed back at Fort Totten on Friday afternoon by her family. From left, her cousin Kaitlyn Mamay, her step-father, Tim Miller, her step-mother, Laurie Mamay, a sister Molly Mamay, Lt. Mamay, her mother, Diane McNally, her father, Richard Mamay, and a sister Emily Mamay.


Durell Godfrey

Doug Kuntz



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A tenant of East Hampton’s only “high-rise,” Alejandra Lucci, who co-owns East Hampton Flowers on North Main Street, leaves small bouquets at her neighbors’ doors when there are extras from her shop. Durell Godfrey
Durell Godfrey

Morgan McGivern
East Hampton Village Mayor Paul F. Rickenbach Jr. thanked the veterans after the parade.Morgan McGivern
Morgan McGivern
Mastery Gunnery Sgt. Brian Carabine, who leads the V.F.W. Post, center, was one of the veterans taking part in the parade Wednesday.Morgan McGivern
Two young girls enjoyed a Veterans pancake breakfast to kick off Veterans Day at the East Hampton Y.M.C.A. RECenter on Wednesday morning.Morgan McGivern
Kids with Camp Soul Grow offered a wreath in honor of veterans in Montauk.Janis Hewitt
Mia Walsh, left, and Beatrice Flight waved their own homemade flag in Montauk.Janis Hewitt
Boy scouts saluted the troops in Montauk.Janis Hewitt
The anniversary of Armistice Day was observed at the American Legion in Amagansett at the 11th hour of the 11th month at 11 a.m.Morgan McGivern