A Margaritaville-Themed Gala Held To Benefit Group For The East End

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Mary Walker (Honoree), and Katherine Birch. Photo by Lisa Tamburini

Group for the East End celebrated 52 years of protecting the East End environment at a Margaritaville-themed benefit on Saturday, June 8, at The Bridge in Bridgehampton.

The annual gala, hosted by Stéphane Samuel and Robert M. Rubin of The Bridge, featured a tequila tasting bar and cocktails by Pantalones Tequila, a Champagne cart from South Flagler House with natural and biodynamic wines, beer from Top Hops’ Half Pint truck, lawn games, a paddle raise led by CK Swett, dinner, dancing, and casino games, and spectacular sunset water views.

Robert Rubin, Robert DeLuca. Photo by Lisa Tamburini

The proceeds from this year’s fundraiser will kick off Group for the East End’s campaign to clean up the East End’s bays, harbors, and drinking water. In support of the Suffolk County Water Quality Restoration Act, the Group will embark on a six-month advocacy campaign urging Suffolk County voters to support a clean water ballot proposition in decades this November.

Since 1972, Group for the East End has led the way in protecting and restoring the environment of eastern Long Island through education, conservation, and advocacy. Visit thegroup.org.

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