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Ashley Buestam, 4, of East Hampton, rode the (Credit: Brittany Wait)

Ashley Buestam, 4, of East Hampton, rode the carousel at East Hampton's 116th annual Ladies' Village Improvement Society Fair, which attracted thousands on Saturday for homemade preserves and vintage clothing, among other things. (July 28, 2012)

116th annual fair in East Hampton

East Hampton's 116th annual Ladies' Village Improvement Society Fair attracted thousands on Saturday for homemade preserves and vintage clothing, among other things.

Katie Redman, 28, of Manhattan, looked through the
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Katie Redman, 28, of Manhattan, looked through the vintage clothing tent for a new dress at East Hampton's 116th annual Ladies' Village Improvement Society Fair on Saturday. (July 28, 2012)

Colin Gibbs, 4, of Manhasset, mixed colorful sand
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Colin Gibbs, 4, of Manhasset, mixed colorful sand in plastic bottles at East Hampton's 116th annual Ladies' Village Improvement Society Fair on Saturday. (July 28, 2012)

Barbara White, 57, of East Hampton, bidded on
(Credit: Brittany Wait)

Barbara White, 57, of East Hampton, bidded on artwork at East Hampton's 116th annual Ladies' Village Improvement Society Fair, which attracted thousands on Saturday for homemade preserves and vintage clothing, among other things. (July 28, 2012)

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Hudson Kulik, 5, of East Hampton, gobbled down
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Hudson Kulik, 5, of East Hampton, gobbled down a slice of watermelon at East Hampton's 116th annual Ladies' Village Improvement Society Fair on Saturday. (July 28, 2012)

Vice-Chair Chrissie Savage, President Nancy Andrews and Fair
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Vice-Chair Chrissie Savage, President Nancy Andrews and Fair Chairwoman Afton DiSunno helped organize East Hampton's 116th annual Ladies' Village Improvement Society Fair, which attracted thousands on Saturday for homemade preserves and vintage clothing, helping the society raise funds for programs including $100,000 in local scholarships and its ongoing tree maintenance in the village. (July 28, 2012)

Ashley Buestam, 4, of East Hampton, rode the
(Credit: Brittany Wait)

Ashley Buestam, 4, of East Hampton, rode the carousel at East Hampton's 116th annual Ladies' Village Improvement Society Fair, which attracted thousands on Saturday for homemade preserves and vintage clothing, among other things. (July 28, 2012)

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