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Keeping Account: 11.28.19

Tue, 11/26/2019 - 11:09

Five Home Stores

Five home furnishings stores on Main Street and Job’s Lane in Southampton will offer discounts, refreshments, and other incentives to shop from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. on Saturday.

Snowe Home will have apple cider and a workshop with the Neat Method home organization company. One Kings Lane will exhibit the work of Alison Stager, a photographer, who will be in attendance. Sea Green Designs will have a trunk show with local vendors such as Hamptons Handpoured candles. Hidden Gem will offer refreshments and discounts on merchandise, and HomeNature will serve prosecco with cranberries. 


Jitney Discounts

Hampton Jitney is offering discounts on books of 12 one-way tickets on its Montauk line bus service through Dec. 31. For those who buy five or more books, the cost is $284, or $23.67 per ticket. The regular price for a prepaid ticket is $30.

For the Jitney’s luxury bus, the Ambassador, the cost of five or more books, which contain 10 tickets, is $340, or $34 per ticket as compared to the regular $50. Deals on fewer books are also available.

 The tickets can be used anytime, never expire, and are transferable. They can be purchased on the company’s website.


This Weekend at Clic

All merchandise at Clic General Store in East Hampton Village will be 10 percent off on Saturday and Sunday.


HOBI for Krupinski

Ben Krupinski Builder won a Home Building Industry Award, known as a HOBI, last week for an 18,000-square-foot custom home the company built in Greenwich, Conn.

“The HOBI award is a great honor,” said Stratton Schellinger, who owns the company with Ray Harden. “It is a fitting tribute to our founder, Ben Krupinski, and the talents of our Connecticut team.”

Gibson Joins Twomey Latham

The law firm of Twomey Latham, Shea, Kelley, Dubin & Quartararo will complete its acquisition of Birtwhistle & Gibson, a Bridgehampton law firm, on Jan. 1. The firm’s Craig Gibson will join the firm as “of counsel” in the process.

Mr. Gibson concentrates in residential real estate and counts some of the East End’s top builders among his clients, according to Twomey Latham. “In nearly 35 years as an attorney, Mr. Gibson has successfully completed more than 3,000 transactions,” the firm said in a release announcing the acquisition.

A cum laude graduate of St. Lawrence University with a J.D. from the Dickinson School of Law in Pennsylvania, he lives in East Hampton. His community involvement includes pro bono work for the Bridgehampton Museum and serving as president of the Eagleton Memorial Scholarship Fund, which provides financial assistance to college-bound Bridgehampton High School seniors.

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