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Champagne on the waterfront. (Credit: Katharine Schroeder photos)
Champagne on the waterfront. (Credit: Katharine Schroeder photos)

The New Suffolk Waterfront Fund held its ‘Art, Oysters & Champagne’ fundraiser on the lawn at Case’s Place in New Suffolk Sunday evening.

Despite threats of high winds and flooding from the approaching tropical storm, a large crowd attended and enjoyed a perfect evening at the waterfront.

Artwork for auction was displayed in the fireplace room of Case’s Place. All proceeds from the event go toward the continuing revitalization of the New Suffolk waterfront.

Oyster shuckers (from left) Mike Gill, Mike Slade, Marty Byrnes and Jenny Marino.
Oyster shuckers (from left) Mike Gill, Mike Slade, Marty Byrnes and Jenny Marino.
Freshly shucked oysters.
Freshly shucked oysters.
Diane Zory, left, works the buffet table.
Diane Zory, left, works the buffet table.
Mishi and Sanja Torgove of New Suffolk.
Mishi and Sanja Torgove of New Suffolk.
From left:  Richard Abatelli, Paul Romanelli and Terri Romanelli, all of Cutchogue.
From left: Richard Abatelli, Paul Romanelli and Terri Romanelli, all of Cutchogue.
Volunteer Lucille Field of New Suffolk.
Volunteer Lucille Field of New Suffolk.
A beautiful evening at the waterfront.
A beautiful evening at the waterfront.
Art auction.
Art auction.
Jerry Schultheis serves Nick Harders a glass of champagne.
Jerry Schultheis serves Nick Harders a glass of champagne.
Champagne on the waterfront.
Champagne on the waterfront.
A group of friends enjoy a perfect evening.
A group of friends enjoy a perfect evening.
Volunteer Will Sullivan, right, sells a raffle ticket to his grandfather Jeff Sufflivan as Suzie Fox looks on.
Volunteer Will Sullivan, right, sells a raffle ticket to his grandfather Jeff Sufflivan as Suzie Fox looks on.
Bob and Maureen Voelkel of Cutchogue share a quiet moment.
Bob and Maureen Voelkel of Cutchogue share a quiet moment.
The lawn at Case's Place.
The lawn at Case’s Place.
Tom Wickham of Cutchogue chats with volunteer Lucille Field of New Suffolk.
Tom Wickham of Cutchogue chats with volunteer Lucille Field of New Suffolk.
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