10/23/18 4:30pm

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Rising up for Breast Cancer Awareness. Shelter Island volleyball players Lyng Coyne, left, and Audrey Wood at the “Dig Pink” event and game October 19.

As you entered Shelter Island’s gym doors on October 19 there was a big sign: “Dig Pink.” It wasn’t announcing a pastel ditch excavation party. (more…)

10/18/17 4:30pm
REPORTER FILE PHOTO Townsend ‘Towny’ Montant received a plaque from Race Director Mary Ellen Adipietro at the 2016 5K for sponsoring the largest group of runners, outdistancing the perennial winners from Eastern Long Island Hospital. In the background in Dr. Frank Adipietro, the ‘voice’ of the Island’s 5K event.

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Townsend ‘Towny’ Montant received a plaque from Race Director Mary Ellen Adipietro at the 2016 5K for sponsoring the largest group of runners, outdistancing the perennial winners from Eastern Long Island Hospital. In the background in Dr. Frank Adipietro, the ‘voice’ of the Island’s 5K event.

When participants step off in the Shelter Island 5K Run/Walk Saturday, it will be with the excitement and camaraderie that always marks this event. But it will also be with special memories of those who have succumbed to cancer. (more…)

10/18/17 2:00pm
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REPORTER FILE PHOTO  |  Shelter Island 5K Run/Walk is October 21.

5K RUN/WALK 

The 18th Annual Shelter Island 5K Run/Walk is Saturday, October 21 at 11 a.m. The race is held in honor of Breast Cancer Awareness Month and supports the North Fork Breast Health Coalition, the Coalition for Women’s Breast Health at Southampton Hospital and Lucia’s Angels.

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10/05/15 12:00pm
AMBROSE CLANCY PHOTO Supervisor Jim Dougherty presenting a proclamation from the Town Board to Shelter Island Fire department First Assistant Chief Greg Sulahian announcing Fire Prevention Week.

AMBROSE CLANCY PHOTO Supervisor Jim Dougherty presenting a proclamation from the Town Board to Shelter Island Fire Department First Assistant Chief Greg Sulahian, announcing Fire Prevention Week.

The Town Board honored three groups with proclamations at its Friday meeting for service to Shelter Island. (more…)