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A Heart Project for Edie Windsor

Tue, 06/01/2021 - 06:57
A rendering of the Edith Windsor Heart Project
Southampton Town

In memory of Edie Windsor, the well-known advocate for same-sex marriage who died in 2017 at the age of 88, Southampton Town has launched the Edith Windsor Heart Project to build a heart-shaped pavilion at Town Hall to be used for performing civil marriage ceremonies. The heart will consist of 220 smaller, interlocking hearts, which will be engraved with personalized messages from supporters of the project.

Engraved bricks cost $1,000, with all proceeds supporting the construction and maintenance of the pavilion as well as the Edith Windsor Health Clinic at Stony Brook Southampton Hospital. An order form can be found online at bit.ly/2SGMtCG. Questions can be directed to 631-283-6055 or [email protected].


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