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  •     The LongHouse Reserve in East Hampton will open its 2014 season on Saturday from 2 to 5 p.m. with “Rites of Spring,” featuring work by Steve Miller, Fitzhugh Karol, and the installation of “Heroic Man,” a monumental sculpture by Gaston Lachaise.

  •     Here’s a date to thumb into your e-calendar. Friday, April 25, will mark the first of what is planned as an annual benefit and reading, the Poetry Affair, at LTV Studios in Wainscott to mark, in turn, National Poetry Month.

  • “Cinderella” at Guild Hall

  • Larry Zarsky, an entrepreneur who left a definitive mark on the clothing and licensing industries, died in East Northport on March 31 at the age of 72. A resident of East Hampton for many years, he had been ill with mantle cell lymphoma for six weeks.

  • Earl Lee White Jr., a retired aviation radar technician and resident of Springs, died at home on March 26. He was 84 and had been ill for some time.

  • Margaret Bryan Hedges-Yost, a summer resident of Wainscott for many years, died on March 18 in Syracuse following a stroke. She was 102 and had lived in the Menorah Park senior citizens home there for five years.

    Mrs. Hedges-Yost, who was known as Peggy, was a psychiatric social worker at Columbia-Presbyterian Hospital in New York City for several years before moving to Syracuse in 1941 with her husband, Herbert Hedges Jr. There, she went to work for Child and Family Services then chose to stay home to care for their sons.

  • Steven Allan Whitis, who grew up in East Hampton and attended the East Hampton schools through 11th grade, died in Brookhaven Hospital on March 18 of complications from surgery, his family said. He was 68.

    A resident of Medford, he ran E-Z Sewer and Drain on Long Island. He ran Stinky Steve’s when he lived in Hancock, N.Y. He had also lived at different times in Setauket and Coram. In his spare time, he enjoyed drawing and building model cars, his family said.

  • Mary Ann Zappetti of East Hampton, a former school psychologist and administrator, died on March 31 at a hospital in West Palm Beach, Fla., while on vacation. She was 71.

  • Adele Haney, who with her husband and other family members worked at the Royal Market, which became the East Hampton I.G.A. Foodliner, died at Southampton Hospital on Friday. She was 93.

    Mrs. Haney was a hairdresser who established her own business in the 1950s. In 1960, a year after the Royal Market became the I.G.A., she gave it up to become the store’s cashier and bookkeeper, working alongside her husband and her sister, Margaret Wade, and brother-in-law. She remained in the post until the business was sold in 1998.

  • Visiting hours for Jean K. Lenahan of South DeWitt Place, Montauk, who died on Monday, will be at the Yardley and Pino Funeral Home in East Hampton tomorrow from 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 p.m.

    A Mass will be said for her on Saturday at St. Therese of Lisieux Catholic Church in Montauk at 10:30 a.m., with burial to follow at Most Holy Trinity Cemetery in East Hampton. An obituary for Mrs. Lenahan, who was 76, will appear in a future issue.

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