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Celebrate Your Senior in The Star's Graduation Book

Mon, 05/29/2023 - 13:43
Christine Sampson

For the Star's annual graduation section, set to be published on June 15, families, friends, and community members are invited to celebrate the Class of 2023 with heartfelt messages and photos.

The special publication — always a keepsake — features student artwork and class photos representing East Hampton High School, Pierson (Sag Harbor) High School, Bridgehampton High School, and the Ross School.

Advertisements start at $65 and can be placed through June 8 by calling 631-324-0002.


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