On Chappy: May 11
Peter Wells

The Mytoi Spring Cleanup is scheduled for Saturday, May 12 from 10 a.m. to noon in the garden.

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On Chappy: April 27
Peter Wells

Good news! TTOR superintendent Chris Kennedy reports that the beach route between Chappy and Edgartown is open. Bad news! Voracious raccoon at large on Chappy showing great initiative.

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On Chappy: April 20
Peter Wells
Chappaquiddick ponds are all at their highest water levels. Every osprey pole has two birds hanging around it.
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On Chappy: April 13
Peter Wells
Mytoi Garden still needs a gardener for the upcoming summer season.
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On Chappy: April 6
Peter Wells
Mark on your calendar for Saturday, May 19 for the next household hazardous waste collection at the MV Refuse District transfer station on the Edgartown-West Tisbury Road.
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On Chappy: March 30
Peter Wells

The next Chappaquiddick Community Center potluck will be hosted by Leslie Floyd and Ken Bettencourt on Wednesday April 4.

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On Chappy: March 23
Peter Wells
Here we go again. By the time that you read this column, the northeaster of the week will be just the latest in a string of wild winter gales to batter the Islands. You would think that by now everything that could be broken is already broken. Just as the electricity gets completely restored another snow storm comes along with high winds and heavy sticky snow. There are still plenty of fallen trees along the roadsides.
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On Chappy: March 16
Peter Wells
The next Chappy Community Center potluck dinner will be hosted by Marvene and Bob O’Rourke on Wednesday evening, March 21.
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On Chappy: March 9
Peter Wells
March certainly came in like a lion. Big winds pushing big tides have been gnawing away at the shores of both islands.
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On Chappy: March 3
Peter Wells

The next Chappy Community Center potluck dinner will be hosted by Leslie Floyd on Wednesday evening, March 7. Appetizers and conversation from 6 to 6:30. Dinner and dessert from 6:30 to 8. Please bring a dish of your choice to serve six. There always seems to be a well-rounded feast. A few decades back the potlucks were often attended by only a dozen people in the dead of winter. At least a couple of times we all brought desserts. As the cake, brownies and ice cream disappeared, the kids got more rambunctious and the adult conversation became more animated and sincere.

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