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  • October 22, 1987
        It was the Jamie Grubb and Walter Casiel show Saturday at LaSalle Military Academy’s fir-lined football field as the East Hampton High School quarterback and its wide receiver combined on three touchdown pass plays, of 15, 6, and 35 yards, to win the League Seven game 20-6.
        . . . Afterward, Ted Meyer, Bonac’s coach, said that Bill Barbour Jr., David DiSunno, Nick Algios, and Jason Menu, all linemen, had played solidly on defense and offense.

  • Friday, November 16
    GIRLS SWIMMING, state meet, Ithaca College, also Saturday.


    Saturday, November 17
    BOYS SOCCER, state Class A final, Middletown High School, Middletown, time to be announced.


    Thursday, November 22
    RUNNING,  3 and 6-mile Turkey Trot races around Fort Pond, co-sponsored by the East Hampton Town Parks and Recreation Department and Keeshan Realty, The Circle, Montauk, 10 and 10:10 a.m., registration from 8 to 9:30.

  • AMAGANSETT
    Learsy, Ripps and Edison to N. Kukrika and A. Lally, 12 Devon Road, .14 acre, Aug. 16, $850,000.

    EAST HAMPTON
    D. Drohan to E. Alvarez and V. Bermeo, 4 Boatsteerers Court, .14 acre, July 27, $260,000.
    B. Kember to 16 Palma Terrace L.L.C., 16 Palma Terrace, .36 acre, Sept. 27, $995,000.
    A. Goldstein to 187 BP Owners, 187 Bull Path, 2 acres (vacant), Sept. 24, $8950,000.
    250 Hand’s Creek Road to Trajan Partners L.L.C., 396 Hand’s Creek Road, 3 acres (vacant), Sept. 14, $849,000.

  • A Plimpton, Hurrying
        Sarah Plimpton is a poet and a painter, so it’s not surprising that her debut novel would be impressionistic. “Hurry Along,” from Pleasure Boat Studio, has been called “a luscious non-narrative map of shifting emotional and physical landscapes born out of the quotidian lives of people, trees, animals, beaches, and more.”

  • PechaKucha Night
        Tomorrow at 6 p.m., the Parrish Art Museum will hold its first PechaKucha Hamptons event at the new location in Water Mill. The evening consists of presentations by 10 members of the East End creative community. They may be artists, musicians, writers, designers, architects, vintners, or other professionals.

  •     In the wake of Hurricane Sandy, Gov. Andrew M. Cuomo has taken several steps to aid homeowners who have made or will make storm-related claims to their insurance companies.
        First, the governor announced last week that homeowners will not have to pay hurricane deductibles on claims relating to the storm, as Sandy did not have hurricane-force winds when it made landfall in New York, his office said in a release.

  •     A hearing will be held at East Hampton Town Hall next Thursday at 7  p.m. on the purchase, for open space, of approximately four acres of land on Ardsley Road in Wainscott. The $2 million price would be taken from the community preservation fund.

  • East Hampton

    Somebody siphoned gasoline from a Chevy van parked outside the Senior Center on Springs-Fireplace Road last Thursday night. Diane Patrizio told police that the center’s fleet all had full gas tanks the day before, but when a driver went to start the van its tank was only half full.

    East Hampton Village

  •     Lottie Schaffer of Clearwater Beach in Springs, a local cook and active member of her church as well as the  Springs Fire Department Ladies Auxiliary, died on Oct. 29 at Southampton Hospital. She was 89.
        In 1930, the then-7-year-old Lottie Dublanski emigrated from Poland with her mother, the former Helen Toporowska, and a sister, Eugenia. They passed through Ellis Island on their way to reunite with Peter Dublanski, the girls’ father, who had come from Poland earlier to find work and settle his family.

  •     Dolores Mulvihill Zebrowski, an Army nurse during World War II and a nursing and administration official at Southampton Hospital during a career of six decades, died there on Oct. 24. She had been in failing health for several months and was 90 years old.

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