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Monday, August 24, 2009

Strike 3 !!!You're Out!!!

Last Sunday morning a group of long time residents of the Shores tested their skill and stamina.
The good news is they all survived..

This is what Guy said..

On Sunday, Aug 23,2009 there was a Southampton Shores "Old Timers" softball
game. Actually as you can see from the attached photo it was not exclusively
old timers but we would have had a difficult time getting enough of them to
field a team. Nevertheless it was a lot of fun and everyone survived!. We
hope to do this every year.Joe Minogue and Steve Rossetti were instrumental
in organizing the game.


1st row ( kneeling & sitting left to right) : Brendon Minogue;Robie Minogue; Joe Minogue;Charlie Reen; Jerry Reen JR ( kneeling); Callum Reen;Jerrmiah Reen 5th;Jake Esposito;Lawrence Story;Kevin Curley;Kevin Curley 3d;Kristen Curley

2nd Row (standing): 1st on left ?? ; Guy Barbolini; John McCarthy; Matt Minogue; ?? ; Kevin Curley Jr. ; Bob Rossetti; Jerry Reen Sr ; Steve Rossetti and Billy McCarthy

So the question is..What was the score, and who knew CPR?? :)

Friday, August 21, 2009

Our Sympathy to the Petrillo Family

August A. Petrillo of Bedford, New York, and Southampton died on August 12 in Southampton, where he spent his last weeks surrounded by his many friends and relatives following a more than two-year battle with pancreatic cancer. He was 60.

Born March 2, 1949, in Mt. Vernon, New York, he attended Saints Peter and Paul Elementary School in Mt. Vernon, and graduated from Riverdale Country School in The Bronx. He received a bachelor of business administration degree from the University of Notre Dame, and a master of business administration degree from Iona College.

He was an owner and partner in the family business of Petrillo Stone 
Corporation, in Mt. Vernon, known for having constructed or repaired many recognizable stone buildings in its 100-plus years of business. Notable sites include Lincoln Center, Rockefeller Center, the United Nations, and the monument in Agawam Park in Southampton.

Both Mr. Petrillo’s maternal grandparents, the Sirignanos, and paternal grandparents, the Petrillos, spent their summers in Southampton on Little Peconic Bay beginning in 1950. As the families grew in size and the grandchildren grew in age, his family overflowed to other summer cottages in the community.

Throughout his illness he was treated with the utmost care and expertise at the Pancreas Center of Columbia Presbyterian Hospital in New York City, the family said.

He is survived by his wife, Irene (née Gavigan) Petrillo of Bedford and Southampton; two sons, August Petrillo and Christopher Petrillo, both of New York City; and two sisters, Lillian Hauben of Southampton and Rosemary Sullivan of Brewster.

A funeral mass was held on August 15 at Our Lady of Poland Church in Southampton. Interment followed at Sacred Hearts of Jesus and Mary Cemetery.

In lieu of flowers, donations to the Pancreas Center, Herbert Irving Pavilion, 8th Floor, 161 Fort Washington Avenue, New York, NY 10032, would be appreciated by the family.

Source:Southampton Press

Tuesday, August 18, 2009


Sat Aug 29th 10 A.M. at the pavilion..

A new proxy vote is being sent out, please ignore the first one, it is incorrect.


Please notice the new sign, NO DIVING from the raft..
As you know, it is pretty shallow there when the tide is going out..


No household garbage in the cans at the beach...
No dogs at the beach at any time...


Thanks to Mrs.Corrine Finnegan for calling to say she enjoys reading the blog...:)

If anyone has pics from this year's Kid's Day, I would like to add them..

Tuesday, August 4, 2009


New date is Aug 8th..
At the Pavilion..
Ages 12 and under..