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  • Jerry Dillon, who grew up in East Hampton and graduated from East Hampton High School with the class of 1955, died in Columbus, Ohio, on May 25. He was 76 and had a long history of pulmonary disease and congestive heart failure.

    E. and S. Babbitt to Plaza Oriente L.L.C., 62 Fresh Pond Road, 2.8 acres, April 4, $1,775,000.
    G. Mata to T. and K. Fagerland, 40 Grove Street, .14 acre, March 19, $450,000.

    CVR First L.L.C. to W. Koral (landlocked, vacant), April 3, $45,000.
    CVR First L.L.C. to D. Suskind (landlocked, vacant), April 3, $45,000.

    R. Fleming (by executor) to Sire Cove Hollow, 51 Cove Hollow Road, .92 acre, April 9, $875,000.

  • May 4, 1989
    Toni (Rusty) Botta, a 131-average bowler from Montauk, won the $600 first prize in Sunday’s tournament at the East Hampton Bowl. Emerging from the six-game qualifying round in the fifth spot, Botta successively knocked off her opponents in head-to-head competition in the finals to best a field of 80.

  • Saturday, June 14
    BASKETBALL, New York Knicks clinic with Larry Johnson and John Wallace for boys and girls aged 7 to 17, Sportime Arena, Amagansett, 10 a.m.-1 p.m.
    BASEBALL, state Class C semifinals, Pierson vs. Bolivar-Richburg and Seton Catholic vs. Hoosic Valley, Conlon Field, Binghamton; Class C final, 4 p.m.
    SOFTBALL, state Class C semifinals, Pierson vs. Greenwich and Bolivar-Richburg vs. Edison, Moreau Rec Park, South Glens Falls, 11:30 a.m.; Class C final, 3:30 p.m.

  • The Hamptons Take 2 Documentary Film Festival is accepting submissions until July 15 for its 2014 program, which will take place from Dec. 4 through Dec. 7 at the Bay Street Theater in Sag Harbor. The entry fee is $50 for features, $40 for shorts, $15 for student films. Priority is given to filmmakers with some connection to Long Island or New York City.

    More information, including submission instructions, is available at

  • Amanda Green’s spring “Trunk Show,” a performance by an ensemble of Broadway stars of songs cut from three of Ms. Green’s musicals, will take place June 23 at 7 p.m. at Birdland in Manhattan.

  • A free concert by Antonio Lysy, a cellist, and Neal Stulberg, a pianist, will be presented at the Rogers Memorial Library in Southampton on Sunday at 3 p.m. Works by Bach, Messiaen, Debussy, Veprik, Mansurian, and Schumann are on the program.

  • Pianofest in the Hamptons will open its 26th season on Monday at 5:30 p.m. at the Levitas Center for the Arts at the Southampton Cultural Center. The concerts feature international prize-winning artists drawing on the classical repertory, with commentary by Paul Schenly, director of the program.

  • Ballet Hispanico, widely recognized as the nation’s leading Latino dance company, will perform “Sortijas,” or “Rings,” a newly commissioned work by Cayetano Soto, a young Spanish choreographer, at Guild Hall’s John Drew Theater Saturday at 8 p.m. Founded in 1970 by Tina Ramirez, Ballet Hispanico’s mission is to explore, preserve, and celebrate Latino cultures through dance.

  • PechaKucha Night Hamptons will return to the Parrish Art Museum in Water Mill for its eighth iteration tomorrow at 6 p.m. Consisting of rapid-fire presentations on the theme of living creatively on the East End, the program features 10 speakers, each of whom shows 20 slides for 20 seconds each, yielding a presentation lasting six minutes and 40 seconds.

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