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Willing to help serve chowder at the Montauk Chamber's Fall Festival? Volunteers are needed. Carissa Katz


A workshop at the Ed and Phyllis Davis Wellness Institute at Stony Brook Southampton Hospital on Sept. 22 will show participants how to reduce the risk of falling. Taylor K. Vecsey


One of the cars from last year taking a lap on the old track at The Bridge Michael Shaffer/Capitol Sunset Photography

Colin Ambrose was the pit master for much of the evening, grilling up all manner of meat products for a hungry crowd. Photos by Durell Godfrey unless otherwise noted
The partnership's president, Nick Gazzolo, left, and Gavin Menu, the co-publisher and director of advertising for The Express, checked in guests at the party. Lori Hawkins
Margaret Garrett and Robby Stein
The crowd was as dense as the smoke from the grill.
Gordian Raacke, Gabrielle Raacke, and Edwina von Gal
Eric Fischl
Rive Weiner helped her dad, Jason Weiner, at the Almond restaurant table.
The flames flew high into the night.
Walter and Bina Bernard
Gene Casey

Firefighters and emergency medical service personnel saluted at the beginning of the Sept. 11 memorial service in East Hampton Village Monday evening. Durell Godfrey photos
An honor guard stood at attention.
Each of the fire, police, and E.M.S. departments in the Town of East Hampton placed wreaths on the memorial green at the Hook Mill.
Emergency service personnel were flanked by members of the public.
The short memorial service remembered those who lost their lives on 9/11.
A large American Flag hung between the ladders of two fire trucks.
Government officials and members of the clergy attended the ceremony.
A wreath placed by the East Hampton Village Police Department on the green.

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