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Anchor Society Meeting on Sunday

Fri, 07/08/2022 - 08:36
Bess Rattray, left, a founder of the Anchor Society of East Hampton, with Kathy Cunningham, executive director of the Village Preservation Society of East Hampton, during a fact-finding tour of East Hampton Village in 2021.
Jamie Bufalino

On Sunday, from 4:30 p.m. to 5:30 p.m. at Clinton Academy at 151 Main Street, the Anchor Society will meet to discuss its plans to bring a general store to East Hampton Village.

"It will be a business that sells all the stuff you can no longer get in town," said its founder, Bess Rattray, in her column for The Star back in 2021.

Fellow general-store enthusiasts will be present, and you can learn the latest news about the project and perhaps sign up to volunteer. "This will be an indoor/outdoor event, so those concerned about indoor Covid-19 safety can participate. There will be a short presentation and refreshments will be served," says an email from the society.


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