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Hampton Bays 14th Annual Chili/Chowder Contest Hundreds of people of all ages turned out for the Hampton Bays 14th Annual Chili/Chowder contest at the Boardy Barn, featuring prizes, face painting for the kids, raffles, and lots of good eats! Photographs by Tom Kochie

Plein Air Peconic Exhibition at the South Street Gallery Plein Air Peconic’s latest group show opened at South Street Gallery in Greenport over the weekend. Photographs by Nicholas Chowske

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1. 1. Artists Susan D’Alessio, Aubrey Grainger, Joanne Rosko, and Eileen Dawn Skretch gather with gallery owner Amy Worth at her South Street Gallery in Greenport

1. First Place Chili goes to Catfish Bisagni 2. Aubrey Rogers, Karlie Troyan, Laura Farrel & Maria Teresi 3. First Place Chowder goes to Cowfish restaurant & chef David Hersh 4. Kerry & Bruce Wilkie won first place Peoples Choice for their chili

Dan Reads at North Sea Farms on Noyac Road How the legendary Tate King, owner of North Sea Farms, became involved with CBS’s “Survivor”and provided the inspiration and location for Dan’s reading this week from “Still In the Hamptons” (Chapter 31). As the big sign at the entrance proudly proclaims, it is “A Small Farm With A Little Bit Of Everything.” Photograph by Richard Lewin

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Greenport Maritime Festival Greenport’s Annual Maritime Festival involved tall ships, sailors, pirates and thousands of spectators over the weekend. Photographs by Nicholas Chowske

1. 3. 1. U.S. Coast Guard Officer Candidates Jorge Santiago, Charles Shaffer and Andrew Sinclair, of the U.S. Coast Guard training barque the Eagle, at the Greenport Maritime Festival. 2. Captain Robert Nelson, Chief Mate Sara Martin and crewman Ben Carver of the Privateer ship, LYNX. 3. Visitors line up to board the United States Coast Guard’s training barque, the Eagle.

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1. Dan with his favorite John Deere

All Star Lanes Ribbon Cutting

EESEPTO Family Fun and Resource Fair at Sag Harbor Elementary

Riverhead Supervisor Sean Walter cuts the ribbon at the new All Star Lanes bowling alley and restaurant in Riverhead. Photograph by Nicholas Chowske

East End SEPTO (Special Education Parent Teacher Organization) hosted an afternoon of family fun on the grounds of Sag Harbor Elementary School. The fundraiser was not only games, food, face painting, a Chinese Auction, etc., but also an introduction to over 50 local community resources. Photographs by Richard Lewin

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1. 1. County Legislator Ed Romain, Councilwoman Jodi Giglio, co-owner Peter Sgroi, Town Supervisor Sean Walter, co-owners Chris Smith and Jeffery Rimland, Councilman George Gabrielsen, and Councilman James Wooter

1. 1. Nicole Seitz, Kelly Seitz and Sophia Villeneuve

2. Sharon Bakes, Ava Locks, Cynthia McKelvey, Co-President of East End SEPTO, and Denise Roeloffs

3. 3. Ashley Murphy, Olivia Murphy and friend

Dan's Papers September 29, 2012  

Dan's Papers September 29, 2012 Issue

Dan's Papers September 29, 2012  

Dan's Papers September 29, 2012 Issue

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