AMBROSE CLANCY PHOTO The new map of Shelter Island produced by the Chamber of Commerce and designed by Louise O’Regan Clark of Shelter Island Graphics.
With a colorful reimagining of its free, iconic Shelter Island map and a recent update of its website, the Shelter Island Chamber of Commerce celebrated its entry into the digital age at its annual membership meeting May 19.
“As you can see we’ve been busy,” the chamber’s president, Art Williams, told the 80 or so members gathered at the Pridwin Hotel. The members also heard updates on a public rest room at Volunteer Park, the annual crafts fair, the rubber duck race and ideas for a new event in December. (more…)
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Jack Kimmelmann going with the pitch to right field in the Shelter Island School junior varsity baseball team’s final game of the season at Fiske Field May 12.
Despite massive improvements this season, the Shelter Island School boys junior varsity team were unable to claim a winning record. (more…)
BEVERLEA WALZ PHOTO High fives all around from the Bucks at a game last year at Fiske Field.
Heads up, Islanders, spring is here and we’re set for new season for the Shelter Island Bucks.
This year’s team — the defending Hamptons Collegiate Baseball League champions — will soon be arriving with the 2015 HCBL trophy and a bat signed by each member of last year’s team.
Fiske Field has been rolled and the grass is a brilliant green thanks to all those rainy spring days. There are new dugouts ready and waiting and the players are expected to be on the Island the first day of June. The first two games, both at home, will be played that week.
That’s the good news. Now we have to take a short look at the bad news and come together to solve a problem. (more…)
BEVERLEA WALZ PHOTO Senior Jack Kimmelmann with a strong stretch to just nip a Pierson runner flying down the line at Fiske Field April 30.
The Shelter Island junior varsity baseball team dropped two of three against cross-ferry archrival Pierson last week. (more…)
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