Representatives from the Hamptons Marathon presented Project Most with a donation of $31,000 last week. The donation, which is an annual tradition and benefits both Springs School and John Marshall School, helps benefit Project Most programs and scholarships. "For many years, we've received this generous donation from Hamptons Marathon," said Project Most Supervisor Martha Stotzky. "It helps us provide quality programs after-school. I can't thank them enough."

Pictured at right are Springs School administrators, Hamptons Marathon officials, East Hampton Town officials, and Project Most students accepting the donation. 

Top row: Project MOST Site Supervisor at John Marshall Elementary School Andi Pisicano; Board Director at Project MOST David Astorr; East Hampton Town Trustee Tim Bock; East Hampton Town Supervisor Larry Cantwell; East Hampton Town Councilman Peter Van Scoyoc; Hamptons Marathon Founders Diane Weinberger and Amanda Moszkowski; Project MOST Site Supervisor at Springs School Martha Stotzky; Assistant Principal Springs School Cleopatra Panagiosoulis. Middle row (not including students): Principal Eric Casale