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Organizers of the 37th Annual Shelter Island 10K Run – 5K Run/Walk are optimistic about the forecast for tomorrow’s race, with the weather gods on their side.
Last year was the first in the history of the race when the skies opened and it poured rain all day, but that didn’t stop the determined runners, walkers and Islanders who cheered them on. (more…)
COURTESY PHOTO Students in the Adelphi University/Farmingdale Leadership Summit at Camp Quinipet this week are learning how to use their science and technology skills working with one another in teams.
Seventeen college students are at Camp Quinipet this week to participate in a three-day Collegiate Science & Technology Entry Program Leadership Summit. It’s designed to prepare them to apply their skills working within teams. (more…)
BEVERLEA WALZ PHOTO | Happy revelers at the Cheryl Hannabury Island Gift of Life party at the Ram’s Head Inn last week, which Codger attended.
As usual, Codger did not score a skateboard or a pedicure at the Hannabury Fair last Saturday, although he did fill up on the cookies he had thought about since last year’s party. (more…)
COURTESY PHOTO | One of the auction prizes at the Island Gift of Life gala Saturday: A stay at this lighthouse off the coast of Maine.
Would you be interested in bidding on a three-night stay at an historic island light station off the coast of Maine? Does a week in a villa in Tuscany sound appealing? How about a glass table sculpted by Hap Bowditch and two Adirondack chairs crafted by Brian Cass? (more…)
CHARITY ROBEY PHOTO | Brooke Bradley, who generally prefers to be outside, enjoying a winter day near her new Camp Quinipet home.
When Brooke Bradley was a little girl growing up in East Tennessee, she loved her Girl Scout camp. That love abides.
The new director of Camp Quinipet came last fall to work at the historic children’s sleep-away and day camp — founded in 1922 — and has since been applying her decades of experience working with children outdoors. (more…)