Diversified Services of Sagaponack 175 Springs Fireplace Rd, East Hampton, NY11937 Diversified Services of Sagaponack is a general contractor in East Hampton. Please call the number provided for…More more information.
Townline Beach Townline Road, Wainscott, NY11975 Townline Beach is partly in Wainscott, partly in Sagaponack, straddling East Hampton and Southampton Towns. There are no…More lifeguards posted at this small beach. Parking is limited along the East Hampton side of the street.
Greater East Hampton Education Foundation P.O. Box 4175, East Hampton, NY11937 In 2004, a group of educators, parents and business owners came together to help enrich the lives of students in the…More greater East Hampton area from Montauk to Sagaponack. The Greater East Hampton Education Foundation holds programs and provides grants to teachers and scholarships to students. It holds two major fundraisers to support its work.
Condie Lamb Real Estate Agency 20 Main St, East Hampton, NY11937 Founded by Elizabeth Lamb in 1969, Condie Lamb Real Estate Agency is an East Hampton-based agency serving clients…More throughout East Hampton, Amagansett, Wainscott and Sagaponack. The agency's staff of experienced real estate professionals offer search, consulting, marketing, valuation and brokerage services for residential and commercial properties. Visit its website for information about available properties.
The leading animal rescue organization on the South Fork of Long Island, the ARF has helped more than 16,000 dogs and…More cats in its more than 30 years of existence. Offering shelter and adoption services, the privately funded organization takes in more than 700 pets each year. Some dogs are rescued from puppy mills throughout the country, and from places as far away as Puerto Rico and St. Croix. ARF also provides veterinary care at its up-to-date "no-kill" adoption center.
In addition, ARF provides spaying and neutering programs, dog opediance classes, community outreach and education, and a program that helps owners in crisis care for their pets. Another program helps to reduce the ferel cat population through Operation Cat, a trap, neuter, and return strategy.
The ARF Thrift and Treasure Shop in nearby Sagaponack helps raise money.