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And they’re off! All for a good cause at Saturday’s Shelter Island 5K race.
Shelter Island High School cross country athletes took the top three spots for the men running Saturday’s 5K. Kal Lewis, 17, posted a 15:40.43 time to break the tape for the second consecutive year.
He was followed by Tyler Gulluscio, 16, who ran the course in 17:46.59 and Domingo Gil, 18, who posted a time of 18:15.2. (more…)
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The Shelter Island volleyball team. Front row, from left, Jennifer Lupo, Maria Carbajal, Lyng Coyne and Abby Kotula. Rear, from left, Amelia Clark, Lauren Gurney, Amelia Reiter, Audrey Wood, Jane Richards, Dayla Reyes, Valeria Reyes and Coach Cindy Belt.
With three league matches in five days, hard on the heels of a tournament, the Shelter Island volleyball team has been on fast forward. It was also a very successful week. (more…)
The Tom & Lisa Band has a busy fall schedule with gigs on the Island and across the South Fork.
The Tom & Lisa Band have some concerts coming up, both on and off the Island. The Island-based band has a busy fall schedule of various performances on the Island and throughout the South Fork — including a well-known festival in Sag Harbor.
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The boys and girls cross country teams. Foreground, Madison Springer. Front row, from left, Daria Kolmogorova, Olivia Overstreet, Sophie Clark, Emma Gallagher, Kaitlyn Gulluscio, Michael Hand, Tyler Gulluscio and Jaxson Rylott. Back row, from left, Daniel Schulteis, Ariana Carter, Brandon Velasquez, Nicholas Mamisashvili, Theo Olinkiewicz, Jalill Carter, Pacey Cronin, Kal Lewis, Alberto Morales, Jason Green and Jonas Kinsey. Not pictured: Jennifer Fabian Santos and Domingo Gil.
On Tuesday, September 10, the Shelter Island varsity boys and girls cross country teams hosted Mattituck in their first league meet at the Shelter Island Country Club on Goat Hill. (more…)
The Rev. Nancy Remkus.
Union Chapel in the Grove welcomes Rev. Nancy Remkus for Communion Sunday on Sept. 8 at 10:30 a.m. Baroque music will be performed by guest organist Joan Osborne and William Packard, on flute. All are welcome for non-denominational worship, which is the closing service for Union Chapel’s 2019 summer season.