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Emma & Michael Hren, 4th Grade and Kindergarten at JMMES
Emma & Michael Hren, 4th Grade and Kindergarten at JMMES
Good morning, East Hampton. I hope this post finds you well.

— Tuesday's weather is expected to bring mostly cloudy skies early becoming partly cloudy later. High 77F.
    — The Montauk community — and all of East Hampton — has been rocked by the death of 24-year-old Donald Alversa, a fisherman who died after an accident aboard a dragger off the coast of North Carolina on Saturday. At Patch, we continue to send prayers to Donald's mother Renee and his brother Kenneth. A wake will be held at Yardley and Pino Funeral Home in East Hampton on Thursday from 2 to 8 p.m. A church service is also being arranged. More details to come.

    — Monday marked the first day back to school for most students. We asked parents to send in the photos they snapped of their kids before they got on the school bus. Check out the gallery we put together. So many cute kids! 

    — The East Hampton Town Board is meeting on Tuesday at the firehouse in Montauk. The meeting starts at 10 a.m.

    — Holding a yard sale this weekend? Be sure to add it to our yard sale map, which we publish on Thursday. It's a regional map, so it covers the entire South Fork. 

    — September is National Disaster Preparedness Month. The Suffolk County SPCA recommends having essential supplies ready to "grab and go" and know where you can find them temporary housing. We're in the midst of hurricane season. Are you prepared? 

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