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03/18/16 8:00am
CHARITY ROBEY PHOTO |  Louise Clark runs her graphic design business out of her upstairs home office on St. Mary’s Road.

CHARITY ROBEY PHOTO | Louise Clark runs her graphic design business out of her upstairs home office on St. Mary’s Road.

Louise Clark has lived and worked on Shelter Island for over three decades.

Today she’s a garden-growing, bee-keeping, firewood-stacking American citizen, who won’t eat mutton.

But growing up in Dublin she was Louise O’Regan, daughter of Joan and Mick, a city girl who loved to play “camogie,” a high-contact stick and ball sport. Even her husband of 20 years, Shelter Island builder and fisherman Keith Clark, is not sure when this profound transition happened. (more…)