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03/26/14 1:31pm

 

STEPHANIE SAREYANI PHOTO | Frances Regan shows off her newly made bowl for the Empty Bowls fundraiser on Sunday.

STEPHANIE SAREYANI PHOTO | Francis Regan shows off her newly made bowl for the Empty Bowls fundraiser on Sunday.

With spring officially here, the Shelter Island Edible School Garden is getting ready to sprout. To provide the green stuff — financial support — the garden needs to get going, Empty Bowls, a fundraiser for the Edible School Garden and the Shelter Island Food Pantry, will take place on Sunday, March 30 from 12 to 3 p.m., in the school cafeteria.

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03/21/14 10:00am
JO ANN KIRKLAND PHOTO |  Connor Corbett-Rice at the Shelter Island Yacht Club this week. Three years ago he wrote a message and placed it in a wine bottle before it was launched on a remarkable sea voyage.

JO ANN KIRKLAND PHOTO |
Connor Corbett-Rice at the Shelter Island Yacht Club this week. Three years ago he wrote a message and placed it in a wine bottle before it was launched on a remarkable sea voyage.

Walking a private, seldom travelled stretch of sand in Cave Cay in the Bahamas in early February, a couple from Bermuda spied a corked wine bottle washed up on the beach. Going closer, Carol and Andrew Gracie saw a message tucked inside. (more…)

03/17/14 12:00pm
Kimberly Atkins shares donated notebooks with a boy at Father Malligan's Home for Boys.

COURTESY PHOTO | Kimberly Atkins shares donated notebooks with a boy at Father Malligan’s Home for Boys.

 

Reach Within just arrived back to the U.S. after spending a week in their home away from home in Grenada. Prior to the trip, Reach, together with Shelter Island School, organized a quick yet successful drive for toys, clothing, books and other material items for abused, maltreated and neglected children in Grenada. The Reach team brought a total of four large duffle bags filled to the brim with all the donations and distributed everything during their visit.

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02/27/14 4:30pm
JULIE LANE PHOTO Dropping by the Reporter's office, Jenny Case, 17, a writer and photographer for the Shelter Island School student paper, The Inlet, checked out the latest edition, published today.

JULIE LANE PHOTO
Dropping by the Reporter’s office, Jenny Case, 17, a writer and photographer for the Shelter Island School student paper, The Inlet, checked out the latest edition, published today.

The second edition of Shelter Island School’s The Inlet is being distributed to students today. (more…)