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  •     The LongHouse Reserve’s winter benefit, to be held on Feb. 14 at the Museum of Arts and Design in Manhattan, will feature a performance of “Ballads and Stories” by Bill T. Jones and Dancers. The Valentine’s Day event will begin with a reception at 6 p.m., followed by the performance at 7 and dinner at 8:30 at Adelaide de Menil’s duplex in the Gainsborough Studios building on Central Park South.

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  •        Kristin Laura Andrews, the daughter of Carol and John Andrews of Sag Harbor, was married on Sept. 15 in Lake Placid, N.Y., to Christopher Alvaro Lemos. Mr. Lemos is the son of Nancy D. Lemos of North Bethesda, Md., and Emilio Alvaro Lemos of Pontevedra, Spain.

           The ceremony took place at the Adirondack Community Church with the Rev. John Martin officiating. A reception, with music by Talking Machine, followed at the Lake Placid Club.

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    Affordable Housing Committee

           An East Hampton Community Housing Opportunity Fund committee is to be formed, comprising seven residents who will discuss ideas for the establishment of affordable housing — an item on the new East Hampton Town Board’s agenda.

  • Student Art Extravaganza

           The galleries at Guild Hall will be bursting with color starting on Saturday when the first part of the annual Student Art Festival opens to the public with a free reception and performances from 2 to 4 p.m. Artwork by children in kindergarten through eighth grade will be featured through Feb. 23. The second part of the exhibition, featuring art by high school students, will run from March 1 through April 20.

  •        Edward Douglas Warner, a lifelong East End resident who owned Fedi’s Markets in East Hampton and Shelter Island, died of pneumonia on Dec. 29 at Southampton Hospital. He was 82 and had Parkinson’s disease.

  •        Leland Duane Koons, an Air Force veteran, machinist, and former 20-year resident of Springs, died on Nov. 24 at the Westridge Nursing and Rehabilitation Center in Knoxville, Iowa. He was 78. The cause of death was pneumonia, his family said.

           It was his marriage to Virginia Schellinger of Amagansett that brought Mr. Koons to East Hampton. They were married on Aug. 26, 1953. During his years on the South Fork, he worked at the East Hampton I.G.A. store and lived in Springs.

  •        William H. Gale, 83, a former East Hampton Town building inspector and contractor, died on Dec. 21 in Monroe, N.C., where he had moved after retiring at the end of 1992.

  •       Iten Noa Fales, a recent East Hampton transplant, died peacefully at her daughter’s house on Cedar Street in East Hampton on Jan. 6, while surrounded by family. She was 97.

  •     A funeral Mass for Teresa V. Duskiewicz of Montauk, who died yesterday, will be said at St. Therese of Lisieux Catholic Church in Montauk at 10 a.m. on Saturday. Burial will be at Fort Hill Cemetery. Ms. Duskiewicz was 83. An obituary will appear in a future issue.
     

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