Lazy Point Association Cleans-Up the Beaches & Roads

On May 11th at 9AM, the members of the Lazy Point Association gathered at the boat launch to help pick up litter on the beaches and roads in their community. The Town of East Hampton Litter Action Committee organized a month-long effort entitled “No-Fling Spring” at various locations designated for litter clean-ups that began on April 20th and will continue through May 18th.

EH Litter Action Committee at Lazy Pt for a beach and road clean up- May 11, 2024
Location: Literally at Lazy Point, Amagansett. L-R Susan McGraw-Keber, Lazy Point Association President George Eldi, Jr., Suffolk County Legislator Ann Welker, George Eldi, Sr., Susan George, and East Hampton Town Trustee Celia Josephson. Photo Durell Godfrey
Lazy Pt. Beach & Road Clean-up volunteers including Carl and Patricia Safina, Trustee Celia Josephson, SC Legislator Ann Welker, Janice Badkin, and
Lazy Point resident volunteers Patricia Palandines, Endowed Professor for Nature and Humanity at Stony Brook University and author, Carl Safina, Susan George, Janice Badkin, Suffolk County Legislator Ann Welker, and Trustee Celia Josephson who serves on the Trustee’s Lazy Point / Napeague committee.
L-R John Marks and Bob Eldi of Lazy Point May 11, 2024
From the Lazy Point’s boat launch all the way up Cranberry Hole Road – L-R John Marks and Bob Eldi, residents of Lazy Point.
A brisk, windy day at Lazy Point – with a beautifully peaceful view! Keeping our beaches and roadways free of debris also helps our avian and marine species thrive. Please take your refuse with you when you leave a beach and use garbage receptacles!

SPECIAL EVENT: May 17th- Friday evening: 6:00 PM – 9:00 PM

“No-Fling Spring Fling Dance Party”

A fundraiser for the Springs Presbyterian Church/ Community Center. All are welcome.

Don’t Trash East Hampton!

For the latest information visit the Town of East Hampton website at

Additional Photos of Volunteers! Thank you all for coming out to help!

*Gordon Ryan and Lisa Michaelman of Lazy Point also participated in covering Napeague Meadow Road through the Promised Land State Park to Montauk Hwy! Thank you!

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