Here are some blogs you have missed from this past week.
1. It Can Happen Anywhere
PJ Delia, an East Hampton High School graduate, talks about what it was like for her to be bullied. "I was a target for the frightened few who are mean to the different. I guess my flannel shirts and oversized jeans and lack of boyfriend made me easy to label. Lyme had given me a crooked smile and a wink. The verbal and physical violence came in brief bouts, difficult for a teacher to detect, difficult for me to get over," she writes.
2. First Female Shoots 300 at East Hampton Bowl
Ian Grossman, the manager at East Hampton Bowl, says that no woman in the history of the bowling alley has shot a perfect 300 — until this week. As it turns out, his wife Dot Grossman was the woman to do it.
3. To Bee or Not to Bee
The Group for the East End posted in our Local Voices section this week to tell our readers more about the honeybee. Missy Weiss, an environmental educator, writes, "Next time you see a honeybee visiting a flower, perhaps you will recall the intricate waggle dance that the honeybee performed, or the progression of jobs this bee transitioned through to become a forager."
4. Winners Chosen for Montauk's Scarecrow Days
Maureen Rutkowski announced the winners of the Scarecrow contest in Montauk, organized by Montauk Youth and the Montauk Village Association.
5. EH Bowl drop off site for Michael Mata Coat Drive
Earlier this week, Ian Grossman also let us know about a coat drive at East Hampton Bowl that is being organized by East Hampton High School senior Michael Mata, who has done so for the last four years.