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  • Seeing their son’s enthusiasm for trucks of all sorts, Angela De Vincenzo and Jeff Mayor bought one of their own and hatched a plan to combine her background as a learning specialist and his as a designer, D.J., and former B.M.X. pro with the truck’s ability to excite and inspire kids.
  • In terms of access for the disabled, South Fork has come a long way in 21 years, largely due to the dogged persistence of the East End Disabilities Group, whose volunteers have served as a voice and resource for a community whose needs are all too often overlooked.
  • The clown doctors will be on call in East Hampton on Sunday when performers from the Big Apple Circus demonstrate why laughter can be some of the best medicine.
  • Customers expecting overflowing bins of fresh produce or deli cases bursting with prepared foods might be confused upon entering the new Amagansett Farmers Market, which the Amagansett Food Institute reopened on Aug. 1.
  • The Goat on a Boat Puppet Theatre, which has occupied the lower level of the Christ Episcopal Church parish house in Sag Harbor since 2001, will move to Bay Street Theater this fall.
  • Kids looking to fill their summer calendars with swimming, sailing, basketball, and more might want to check out the many classes and clinics offered through the East Hampton Town Department of Parks and Recreation starting on June 29.
  • Charles B. Slackman, a prolific illustrator whose work appeared in such publications as Esquire, Show, Forbes, Time, and New York magazine, died on May 29 in New York City of lung cancer, 10 days shy of his 81st birthday.
  • East Hampton Town Supervisor Larry Cantwell, a Democrat, has won the endorsement of the East Hampton Independence Party for a second run.

  • For the Rev. Walter Silva Thompson Jr. the differences between Calvary Baptist Church and his former one, Morning Star Baptist Church in Jamaica, Queens — where he served for nine years — are many.
  • After being without a permanent pastor for nearly two years, Calvary Baptist Church in East Hampton officially welcomed its new pastor, the Rev. Walter Silva Thompson Jr., with three days of special events culminating with an installation service on Saturday.

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