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  • I’ve just reread some of my columns and I am struck by how relentlessly optimistic, how cheery I am, as — if you’ve read me for any length of time, for half a century, say — you will probably agree.
  • Turner Foster, according to his coach, Claude Beudert, was hoping for a top-nine finish at the county golf tournament last Thursday at the Rock Hill Country Club in Manorville.
  • Well more than 200 showed up for Saturday’s fifth Brewathlon at the Montauk Brewery, about evenly divided between participants and spectators.
  • Jay Asparro, 37, who for years has come out with his family from Plainview to Montauk to celebrate his birthday every June 28, is to leave tomorrow morning at 9:30, following Mass, from St. Therese of Lisieux Catholic Church on a 90-mile run to raise Alzheimer’s disease awareness.
  • Mary said they’d discontinued her makeup, and I said the things we liked seemed always to be discontinued, like the fleecy warm-up pants I just had had sewn, and which I’ll wear every day now until the end of eternity.
  • Thanks to Mikela Junemann’s all-around play, Georgia Aldrich and Connie Chen’s service aces, and Danielle Futerman’s passes and kills, the East Hampton High School girls volleyball team bested Shoreham-Wading River 3-1 in a county Class A tournament outbracket match here Monday.
  • The East Hampton High School football team went out with a bang Saturday, not with a whimper.
  • Carl Yastrzemski, the major league baseball great, is among those who are to be inducted into the Bridgehampton School's Hall of Fame next month.
  • Both East Hampton High School volleyball teams are playoff-bound, though they most likely will be among the lower seeds.
  • The East Hampton High School football team had been hoping to record its first win of the season at McGann-Mercy Friday night, but, alas, it was not to be as the similarly winless homecoming hosts were to prevail 21-6.

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