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After an alumni game back in 2010, former Killer Bees represented their alma mater. Taylor K. Vecsey
Stonecrop, a New Zealand winery owned by two Montaukers, will offer a tasting of its wine, including its rosé. Lucia Akard
Hailey London, the Springs School's greenhouse manager, showed kindergarteners how to water plants during a classroom activity in April. Christine Sampson
Officer Steven Niggles, center, made the most D.W.I. arrests in the East Hampton Village Police Department. He posed for a photograph with, from left, Legislators Kara Hahn, Sarah Anker, Suffolk County Executive Steve Bellone, Legislator Kate Browning, and Sgt. Matt Morgan.
Officer Vincent Rantinella was honored for making the most D.W.I. arrests in the East Hampton Town Police Department. The county officials posed with Office Rantinella and Sgt. Chelsea Tierney.
JoAnn Lyles, left, the mother of Marine Lance Cpl. Jordan C. Haerter who was killed in Iraq, and Nicolasa Arevalo, whose son Orlando Perez was killed in Bagdad in 2008, were among those who observed Memorial Day at the parade in Sag Harbor.
Mary Bennett, left, and Cathy Worwetz
Sailor Christopher Stone with the Todesco family
After the parade, some of the marchers gathered for a photo with JoAnn Lyles, the mother of Marine Lance Cpl. Jordan C. Haerter, who was killed in Iraq in 2008.
The McMahon brothers: from left, John McMahon IV, Daniel McMahon, who just came back from a four-year deployment, and William McMahon.