With Labor Day ushering in the unofficial end of summer 2013, Patch reflects on the top five summer stories we covered in the Hamptons.
Get Wild Party Honors Animal Advocates Kicking things off, the Hampton Bays Animal Rescue held a benefit bash in June to recognize Hamptons leaders in the fight to protect and defend animals. Well-known animal rights activists, such as Beth Ostrosky Stern and husband Howard Stern gathered at the home of NBC anchor Chuck Scarborough for the event and Patch was there to photograph the event.
Stay Safe, Borrow A Life Jacket From Sea Tow To help cut down on tragic incidents and ensure safer water activities this summer, Sea Tow created a life jacket borrowing program. The sea distress response company provided the jackets for vessels carrying extra guests during the summer months just before the July 4th holiday.
Volunteers Keep Tabs On Ancient Creatures Over 60 volunteers spent their early summer nights in July at Pikes Beach, not sitting in beach chairs watching the sun set, but instead getting their hands dirty, catching and tagging hundreds of horseshoe crabs. Read all about their experience by clicking the headline.