🌱 East Hampton Daily: Adoptable Pets + Jobs + Teen-Hampton Job List | #socialmedia | #children


Good morning, everybody! Diane Witek here with your new copy of the East Hampton Daily. Here’s all the local news you need to know right now.


First, today’s weather:

Mostly sunny and less humid. High: 76, low: 63.


Here are the top stories in East Hampton today:

  1. See adoptable pets in the East Hampton area. If you cannot adopt at this time, you may consider fostering. Offering a needy animal a safe, comforting and supportive environment while she waits to be adopted, helps socialize a shelter pet to enhance her adoption potential. (East Hampton Patch)
  2. Looking for full-time or part-time work in or around East Hampton? Check out this week’s job openings. See more job openings on the jobs board for the East Hampton Patch. (East Hampton Patch)
  3. This year, with labor shortages, teens are checking Teen Hampton, “a teen-run group founded by 16-year-old Gabe Jaffe.” Teens have tripled hourly pay from what they were paid last summer. Families are “enthusiastically signing up for the listing service, which provides parents with access to vetted, qualified sports instructors, as well as babysitters.” (New York Post)
  4. The new HamptonsFilm 2022 lineup is available for its 14th year of “presenting engaging and socially relevant documentary films from the industry’s most brilliant storytellers right here East Hampton’s movie theater.” (Dan’s Papers)

Today in East Hampton:

  • Summer Reading Club — East Hampton Library. (All Day)
  • Sensory Bin Fun: Edible Beach — East Hampton Library. (9:30 a.m.)
  • Fitness for Older Adults — East Hampton Library. (11 a.m.)
  • Alzheimer’s Caregiver Support Group — East Hampton Library. (11 a.m.)
  • Community Service: Peer Tutoring — East Hampton Library. (3:30 p.m.)
  • Father’s Day Card — East Hampton Library. (4:45 p.m.)

From my notebook:

  • East Hampton Library: “Join the Long Island Collection in person for Dr. Sarah Gronningsater’s June 30 talk, ‘Antislavery in New York from 1693-1827’ at 5:30 p.m. to learn more about how abolitionists were able to convince lawmakers to end slavery.” (East Hampton Library via Instagram) (Website)

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You’re officially in the loop for today! I’ll see you soon.

Diane Witek

About me: Impassioned Writer, Website Designer, Social Media Marketer and newly proclaimed Baker. Lover of nature and animals of all kinds.





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