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Squash in the Hamptons
1370a Majors Path, Southampton, NY 11968
Squash in the Hamptons is an athletic facility and program based in Southampton. The location offers a range ofMore options including adults, juniors and doubles squash. Membership options include monthly and annual packages, including for adults, youths, seniors and families. There are camps and clinics and private squash lessons are also available. It also has a pro shop, which includes footwear, racquets, accessories and apparel.
Human Resources of the Hamptons
168 Hill St, Southampton, NY 11968

Human Resources of the Hamptons is a charitable organization that provides food, clothing and other aid to those inMore need. HRH has a food pantry for families to visit on a weekly basis and also provides a Thanksgiving meal and holiday gifts. The charity also facilitates home heating oil assistance and rides to doctor's appointments. It is located beneath Sacred Hearts of Jesus and Mary's parish hall.

HRH organized a program at Southampton Elementary school called After School Academy that provides tutoring for children whose families normally couldn't afford it. Other programs include Serve Our Seniors, performing maintenance on homes of seniors living on a fixed income, and Care for the Caregiver, which delievrs hot meals to the terminally ill and their families.

Every December Human Resources holds The Polar Bear Plunge, a dip in the ocean at Coopers Beach in Southampton Village. Participants donate a minimum of $25 to participate or get sponsors, and the proceeds benefit the food pantry.

The executive director is Mary Tupper.

Elizabeth A. Morton National Wildlife Refuge
784 Noyack Rd, Southampton, NY 11968

Established in 1954 through a donation by the Morton family, the  Elizabeth A. Morton National Wildlife RefugeMore in Noyac is a 187-acre refuge with diverse habitats for a variety of species. The waters surrounding the refuge are considered a critical habitat for sea turtles and waterfowl use of the refuge peaks during the colder months. Much of the refuge is situated on a peninsula surrounded by Noyac and Little Peconic Bays. Its north/south orientation makes the refuge an important habitat for shorebirds, raptors and songbirds as they navigate the coastline during migration. Visit their website for more information.

Daily passes are $4 for private vehicles. For pedestrians and bicyles, passes are $2. Vans and buses up to 20 passengers are $15. More than 20 passengers are $25. An annual pass to any Long Island National Wildlife Refuge is $12. A Duck Stamp, which grants access to any National Wildlife Refuge from July 1 to June 30, is $15. Senior lifetime passes, for those 62 and older, are $10. Disabled individuals may have a free access pass.

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