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Two G.O.P. Fund-Raisers Coming Up

Thu, 08/17/2023 - 11:02

Two Republican Party fund-raisers will happen on the South Fork this week.

Tonight from 6 to 8, Manny Vilar, chairman of the East Hampton Town Republican Committee and candidate for the Suffolk County Legislature’s Second District, will host a celebration honoring Representative Nick LaLota of New York’s First Congressional District at the Clubhouse in Wainscott. Tickets are $150 per person, or $125 for first responders and members of any Republican or Conservative Party committee. Sponsorships are also available. Checks payable to E.H.T.R.C. can be sent to P.O. Box 22, Wainscott 11975.

A fund-raiser for Mr. Vilar’s campaign will be held on Wednesday from 6 to 8 p.m. at Captain Jack’s on the Coast in North Sea, the former Coast Grill. Ed Romaine, the Republican candidate for Suffolk County executive, will be a guest. The ticket prices are the same as listed above, and checks payable to the Committee to Elect Manny Vilar can be sent to the same address.

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