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A county helicopter over Accabonac Harbor on June 10 Biddle Duke



Members of East Hampton High School's National Art Honor Society on a field trip to the Museum of Modern Art earlier this year


Robert Hefner, a preservation adviser working with the Thomas Moran Trust, held an image of the original weathervane in front of the studio where the new one would be placed. Durell Godfrey
Robert Hefner and members of the construction team from John Hummel and Associates, from left, Bruce Rambold, who is overseeing the restoration, Zenon Tuminski, Jon Hummel Jr., and Adam Galecki.Durell Godfrey
Adam Galecki placed the copper weathervane atop the Moran studio turret.Durell Godfrey
All done. Durell Godfrey

Pictured with children kindergarten through fifth grade at Springs are, from left, Andi Pisicano, a Project Most site supervisor at John M. Marshall Elementary School; David Astorr, a member of the board of directors; Tim Bock, an East Hampton town trustee; East Hampton Town Supervisor Larry Cantwell; Councilman Peter Van Scoyoc; Diane Weinberger and Amanda Mozkowski, co-founders of the Hamptons Marathon; Martha Stotzky, the Project Most site supervisor at Springs; Cleo Panagisoulis, the school’s assistant principal, and the principal, Eric Casale.

The Rev. Walter S. Thompson at the Calvary Baptist Church's Martin Luther King Jr. celebration in January Morgan McGivern

People wear their finest hats for Sag Harbor's Easter Bonnet Parade, to be held on Saturday, April 4. Durell Godfrey
The Ladies Village Improvement Society Easter egg hunt. Durell Godfrey
Ava Tintle and Georgia Kenny, East Hampton Brownie Scouts, helped fill eggs for the Children's Museum of the East End's Mad Hatter Tea Party, which will be held on Saturday, March 28.Durell Godfrey