A sold out crowd helped the Kent Animal Shelter celebrate 50 years of serving homeless pets with a little levity. Its fourth annual Evening of Comedy, which took place on Friday, May 4, at Hotel Indigo in Riverhead and featured comedians from Laughter Saves Lives, raised $10,000. Above, Pamela Green of Kent Animal Shelter, John LaRocchia of Laughter Saves Lives, and homeless pet Minnie.
The Ladies’ Village Improvement Society of East Hampton is offering the Madelon DeVoe Talley Scholarship for $3000. This offer is for a woman who is at least 25 years of age and is currently enrolled or plans to enroll in a college undergraduate program. The applicant must be a resident of East Hampton Town (from Montauk to Sagaponack) for at least the last two years.
Applications for the scholarship are available in the LVIS office. The application must be completed and returned by Friday, November 16, to: LVIS/Madelon DeVoeTalley Scholarship, 95 Main Street, East Hampton, NY, 11937. Applications are also available online at www.lvis.org under “Scholarships.”