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  •    WordHampton Public Relations has been recognized with a MarCom Award for its work on Long Island Restaurant News, a Web site on the region’s dining scene.
       The company, which has an office in Springs, won the Gold International Communicator Award for best business-to-business Web site. WordHampton represents restaurant, real estate, hospitality, and lifestyle businesses on Long Island and throughout the metropolitian area.

    C. and L. Follenius to R. and J. Munkelwitz, 50 Hand’s Creek Road, 5.02 acres, Oct. 19, $1,790,000.
    T. Garcia and C. Totaro to D. and L. Fuller, 35 Miller Lane West, .13 acre, Sept. 19, $589,000.
    A. and K. Stewart to A. Azoulay, 14 Harvest Lane, .63 acre, Oct. 4, $1,290,000.
    D. and M. Zornow to S. and S. Glaser, 10 Shorewood Drive, .94 acre, Oct. 4, $1,847,625.
    J. and B. Weinstein to E. Fassberg, 14 Bay View Avenue, Oct. 16, $660,000.
    P. and T. Baird to J. and E. Agnello, 25 Rivers Road, .69 acre, Oct. 2, $360,000.

  • Thursday, December 6
    BOWLING, Rocky Point vs. East Hampton, East Hampton Bowl, 3:30 p.m.

    Friday, December 7
    BOYS BASKETBALL, East Hampton at Pierson, nonleague, 6 p.m.
    GIRLS BASKETBALL, East Hampton at Hampton Bays tournament, 5:15 p.m.
    RUGBY, holiday dinner, Page restaurant, Main Street, Sag Harbor, 7 p.m.

    Saturday, December 8
    WRESTLING, Frank (Sprig) Gardner tournament, East Hampton High School, from 9 a.m.

  • November 5, 1987
        The East Hampton-Pierson cross-country team continued its stellar season Saturday by adding the Conference Four title to the league championship it had already won.
        Led by Jim Lattanzio, East Hampton-Pierson won five of the top 10 places in the 3.1-mile race over the hilly Sunken Meadow State Park course to easily defeat its rival, Stony Brook, 25 to 38. East Hampton and Stony Brook, in turn, bested Mattituck, Westhampton, Hampton Bays, LaSalle Military Academy, and Center Moriches.

  •    Anne Chaisson, a longtime adviser to the Hamptons International Film Festival, will take over as its executive director, the festival has announced.
        She will replace Karen Arikian, the director for the past five years, who is leaving to pursue new opportunities, according to a press release. Ms. Arikian will continue as a United States/East Coast delegate to the Berlin International Film Festival and a U.S. consultant for European film promotion.

  •    Igor Lovchinsky will play at the Southampton Cultural Center on Saturday as part of the Rising Stars Piano series at 8 p.m.
        Mr. Lovchinsky was born in Russia and now lives in the United States. He last played with the series three years ago, and also at Pianofest and the Rogers Memorial Library. He will perform works by Chopin, Prokofiev, and Liszt-Horowitz.
        Tickets are $15 and free for students under age 21. They can be purchased at or at the door 40 minutes prior to the performance.

  •    “Westerly,” a collection of poems by Will Schutt of Wainscott, is the winner of the Yale Series of Younger Poets prize for 2012. Since 1919 the prize has been awarded to “the most promising new American poets.” Past winners include John Ashbery, W.S. Merwin, and Adrienne Rich. The award means that Yale University Press will publish Mr. Schutt’s collection in April. And new this year, the winner receives a writing fellowship at the James Merrill House in Stonginton, Conn.

  • East Hampton

    A Cedar Lawn Cemetery building had a window smashed open last week, causing $150 in damage. There were tools inside the building, but the caretaker reported nothing missing, and it was not clear whether the building had been entered. Police canvassed the neighborhood but found no witnesses.

  •     Tamara Clement Gianis, a sculptor who worked in marble and alabaster, died at her house in East Hampton on Oct. 22. She was 83, and had suffered from pneumonia.
        Ms. Gianis, who was born in New York City on Nov. 2, 1928, began visiting East Hampton as a child, when her family had a house on Jericho Road.

  •     Eric Louis Rooney, who spent childhood summers in Montauk and for whom it remained a favorite place, was buried at Fort Hill Cemetery there on Nov. 21. Mr. Rooney died in Queens on Nov. 17. The cause of death was an accident, his family said. He was 26.
        Mr. Rooney was born on Sept. 16, 1986, to Bruna DiBiase and Richard Rooney in New York City. He grew up  in Flushing, Queens, and on Butternut Drive in Montauk.

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