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  • People looking to get rid of clothing, bedding, accessories and toys will have an opportunity to do so this weekend and benefit the East Hampton Synchro Swans synchronized swimming team at the same time. The Swans are a competitive synchronized-swimming team that trains at the East Hampton Y.M.C.A.-RECenter.

    Collection will be at the Springs Presbyterian Church on Old Stone Highway on Saturday from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. and on Sunday from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. The Swans have asked that all donations be packed in tied trash bags.

    Items that will be accepted include:

  • Amagansett

    A yellow Necky brand kayak was stolen last month from the Louse Point Road kayak rack. Dianne York told police she had chained the $600 kayak to a wooden fence.

    East Hampton

  •        Nicole Lomitola, the daughter of Phyllis and John Lomitola of Montauk, was married to Ryan Hiller on July 25 at Gurney’s Inn in Montauk. The bridegroom’s uncle, the Rev. Dave Bollinger, performed the ceremony.

           Mr. Hiller’s parents are Kathryn Adair of Park City, Utah, and John Hiller of Salt Lake City.


    A series of free workshops sponsored by the Town of East Hampton and Chase Bank will offer information designed to guide those purchasing a house through the process. Targeted to first-time buyers, the workshops are free and open to all, and will be held at LTV Studios at 75 Industrial Road in Wainscott.

  • Young Filmmakers

           Young filmmakers will meet at the East Hampton Library on Sunday from 12:30 to 2 p.m. for a screening of projects some worked on last month and to collaborate on a new project.

           The program is for 6th through 12th graders. Those who attend should take a smartphone, iPad, Flip camera, or other video camera. Advance registration is requested at the library or via e-mail to

  •       Dale Uhll, a carpenter and general contractor and former Amagansett Fire Department volunteer, died on Oct. 31 at the Medical University of South Carolina in Charleston, of complications following heart surgery. He was 71.

           Mr. Uhll loved his work as a builder, and was known for the quality of his workmanship and dedication to his customers. Even after retiring to Conway, S.C., his family said, he continued to help neighbors and local contractors with building projects.

  •        Patricia M. Carey of East Hampton died at her home here on Tuesday of a neurological disorder after a long illness. She and her husband, who survives, had lived in East Hampton year round for the past two years. She was 75.

           Mrs. Carey, whose family described her as “a fashion plate, dear friend, and great contributor,” was born on Jan. 24, 1938, in New York City, the daughter of Thomas and the former Sarah McDermott. She graduated from Marymount College in Manhattan in 1959.

  •        Lucy M. Cuomo, who lived on Cranberry Hole Road in Amagansett for 60 years, died in East Hampton on Oct. 23. She was 89.

           Ms. Cuomo had been diagnosed with pancreatic cancer about a month before her death, her family said. She spent her last month being cared for by East End Hospice at her daughter Teresa English’s house in East Hampton.

  •        Dr. Gavino Mapula, who served Montauk’s residents for over 25 years at the Montauk Medical Center, died of kidney failure in Jacksonville, Fla., on Oct. 27. He was 76.

  •        Lawrence J. Schulte Jr., a native and former resident of East Hampton, died at home in the Woodlands, Tex., a suburb of Houston, on Oct. 29. He was 84 and died of natural causes, his family said. He wrote his own obituary more than a decade ago.

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