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  • William Rockliff Claxton III, a surfer and lifeguard who loved adventure and his red 1961 MGA sports car, died on April 22 at New York Presbyterian Hospital.
  • Jeremiah Edward Joseph Desmond, a dentist who had lived in Montauk for 40 years, died at Southampton Hospital on Sunday.
  • Virginia R. Erario, a homemaker who was a foster mother to some 25 babies awaiting adoption even as she was raising her own children, died of congestive heart failure at home in Montauk on May 17. She was 91.

  • East Hampton Village
    An East Hollow Road woman called police Friday when she saw what appeared to be a dead deer in her driveway. When police arrived, they discovered what was in fact a fawn. According to Ginnie Frati, executive director of the Evelyn Alexander Animal Wildlife Rescue Center in Hampton Bays, the best thing to do with newborn deer is stay away. It is not uncommon for the mother to leave her baby alone for a time. “She will return,” Ms. Frati said.

    P. Raphael to D. and S. Signorelli, 5 Bell Place, 1.53 acres, March 10, $1,195,000.
    Farrell and Kidd Construction to J. Dellanoce, 8 Old Station Place, .56 acre, March 24, $5,300,000.

    J. Calabrese to K. Brenner, 527 Sagg Road, .99 acre, March 11, $925,000.
    J. abd B. Knight to M. and N. Morrison, 80 Lumber Lane, .24 acre, March 21, $1,950,000.

    C. Imaz to E. Cook III, 6 Close Court, .99 acre, March 20, $1,250,000.

  • A Punt, Pass, and Kick competition for children ages 5 through 14 will be held at East Hampton High School’s turf field Saturday, from noon to 2 p.m.

    Don Reese, who heads the youth football and basketball programs here, has said, “We’re hoping to stir up some interest so that we can have a varsity team here again. You can’t play at the varsity level with 20 kids.”

  • Friday, May 30
    GIRLS TRACK, East Hampton at state qualifier meet, Port Jefferson High School, 3-6 p.m.
    MEN’S SOCCER, League Cup championship game, East Hampton Football Club vs. Panatha U.S.A., Diamond in the Pines field, Route 112, Coram, 8 p.m.

    Saturday, May 31
    GIRLS TRACK, East Hampton at state qualifier meet, Port Jefferson High School, time to be determined.
    PUNT, PASS, KICK, contest for 5-through-14-year-olds at East Hampton High School’s turf field, noon-2 p.m.

  • The legendary Judson Dance Theater will be the subject of a talk by Judy Hussie-Taylor on Saturday at 4 p.m. at the Watermill Center. Between 1962 and 1966, hundreds of choreographers, visual artists, poets, musicians, and filmmakers experimented with modes of performance at the Judson Memorial Church on Washington Square in Greenwich Village.

  • The East Hampton Historical Society will hold an opening reception for its newest exhibit, “Craig Claiborne and Pierre Franey: Cookbook Revolutionaries in East Hampton,” tomorrow from 5 to 7 p.m. at Clinton Academy.

  • The Parhelion Trio, an all-female ensemble from New York City, will give a concert at the Levitas Center for the Arts at the Southampton Cultural Center on Saturday at 7 p.m. The trio is made up of Sarah Carrier (flute), Ashleé Miller (clarinet), and Andrea Christie (piano), and is dedicated to playing original compositions as well as reinterpreted classical pieces. The trio aims to create innovative music programs that appeal to all audiences.

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