They will submerge their bare flesh in frigid waters to ring in the New Year and raise money for local food pantries. Once again, this year, the Amagansett Student Council and the East Hampton Food Pantry are coordinating the New Year’s Day Polar Bear Plunge at Main Beach to help the hungry in East Hampton.
The East Hampton Food Pantry has tallied up the numbers from Sunday's event. On New Year's Day, people braved the chilly waters of the Atlantic Ocean for the annual at . The next day, the organizers tallied up the numbers to see how much the would benefit. "We had 417 registered participants and raised approximately
Parade ushers in the Christmas spirit. You won't find Scrooge here -- the in East Hampton Village is only for those who want holiday cheer. Set for Saturday at 10 a.m., the parade is always a favorite, drawing hundreds to Main Street and Newtown Lane to get a glimpse of St. Nick and everything else
The group will hand out candy canes asking for donations for East Hampton Food Pantry. For the East Hampton Lions Club, the on Saturday won't be just an excuse to wear an elf's hat or hand out goodies; the club is using the day to raise awareness and collect donations for the East Hampton Food
Amagansett - In an effort to fill the empty shelves at local food pantries, John Kowalenko and Cheryl Stair of Art of Eating and Hampton Event Management International (HEMI) (74 Montauk Highway, Amagansett, 631-267-3312) will present "Ladles of Love," a concert fundraiser benefiting the East End Food Pantry Network. The concert will take place on