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FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 3, 2012 VINEYARD GAZETTE, MARTHA'S VINEYARD, MASS. FIVE VINEYARD HAVEN NANCY GARDELLA 508-693-3308 ( You can't tell me you're out there with nothing going on. This is the time of year I especially expect to hear from Islanders about births, visitors, vacations, achievements. True, I missed reminding you of the Big Chili contest, but as usual it was packed and success- ful. Now, call me. I miss you. Debbie Milne wrote a terrific letter published in both Island papers last week lamenting the demise of the early child- hood education program at the high school. The program had worked so closely and so well with the Martha's Vineyard Community Services day care center. I knew the head teachers who ran it over the years, admired their dedication greatly, and knew many of the students young men as well as young women -- who took the course and profited by it. Nothing is more important than the nurturing of the young.These kids gradu- ated as professionals` I agree with Debbie and am sad to see the program go. The usual Tuesday morning story hours at our library have definite themes this month: Feb. 7 is cats; Feb. 14, of course, is Valentine's Day; Feb. 21 is bears, and Feb. 28 is colors.Wii games for tweens and teens are on their usual days and times, Valentines will be a big art project on crafts day. Check with the library for a complete schedule. Be still my heart! Tonight at 7:30 p.m. at the Capawock Theatre in Vineyard Haven the Martha's Vineyard Film So- ciety, in conjunction with the NAACP of Martha's Vineyard, presents Sing Your Song about artist and activist Harry Belafonte. I'll see you there. Bingo lives on at our Legion Post 257 on Marvin Road. Commander Buddy Oliver will be away for this month and is asking for just four volunteers, one each Monday, to help Bob Falkenburg at the Legion from 7:30 p.m. to 9:45 p.m. on bingo nights. As is the Legion Auxiliary will not be hold- ing a February meeting, but the regular Legion meeting is at 7 p.m. on Feb. 8. The first Sunday of the month breakfast will be this Sunday, Feb. 5 from 8 to 10 a.m. Come for the food and friendship. Grownups eat for $7,kids under 12 chow down for $3. I'll see you there. The Le- gion also extends a great big thank you to our Tisbury Department of Pubfi t Wg,!k.s, for offqrg.f }k tp 9U.f. ri . } ,i Cbndoa to tfi, faoly, 00.d I frieh'ds of Amanda Hutchinson. Her' light shone far and wide. Sympathy also goes to the family and friends of Doug Dias, another of our inimitable Island legends. He will be greatly missed. The birthday bandwagon pulls along Jeff Rancourt, Jo0n Jannace, Michael Sylvia, and Jennifer Roman today. Feb. 4 is claimed by Dr. Roni DeLuz. Feb. 5 is shared by Kelsey Smith and Raleigh Hadley Russell. Feb. 6 is a party for Marcia Rossi, Neko Morgan Masi, Tay- lor Poggi and Chris Silvia. Feb. 7 honors Deb Little. Feb. 8 shines on Dianne McDonough and Jeffrey Masi. And on Orlowski take the cake. Many happy returns. William (Dick) Post, 84, Owned Island Guest House William Richard (Dick) Post, 84, of Batavia, N.Y. and a former Vineyard resident, died Saturday, Jan. 28, at the New York State Veteran's Home in Batavia. A retired accountant, Mr. Post was born August 26, 1927 in Batavia, son of the late William Arthur and Frances (Richards) Post. He served his country honorably with the US Army; was a member of the First Presbyterian Church of Bata- via, and a former member of the First Baptist Church of Vineyard Haven. He worked for many years at G.T.E. Sylvania in Batavia and thereafter at Materials Research Corporation in Or- angeburg, NY. Throughout the 1980s and '90s, he, along with his wife, oper- ated a guest house on the Vineyard. Dick greatly enjoyed the outdoors, and was especially fond of trains. He enjoyed taking train rides, going for walks, and riding around on his lawn mower. He was a skilled woodworker and carpenter. Mr. Post is survived by his wife, Mar- ilyn (Stevens) Post, whom he mar- . . . . ., ned June 30, 1947 m Batawa; children Donna Post of Batavia, Jeffrey and wife Maryellen of Albion, N.Y., and Melissa and husband Thomas Porter of Winsted, Conn.; grandsons, Brendan (Abigail) Post of North Chili, N.Y., Christopher Post of Batavia, and Ryan Post of Albion; brothers, G. David and wife Nancy. of Batavia, and Donald and wife Debra of Rochester, N.Y.Two nieces and four nephews also survive. The funeral service was scheduled for Thursday, Feb. 2, at the First Pres- byterian Church, 300 East Main street, Batavia. Memorials may be made to a charity of the donor's choice. Inter- ment will be in Grand View Cemetery, Batavia. Condolences may be made at bataviafuneralhomes`com. WEST TISBURY JOHN S. ALLEY 508-693-2950 ( We continue to have a mild winter with January finishing with above aver- age temperatures most of the month. We have had one snowfall of about six inches, a few bitterly cold days, and that has been it so far. The ground is frozen, so if we make it through this month it will be all downhill from there. A packed house attended Cynthia Riggs's 25th Annual Groundhog Day party yesterday. It was a great chance to socialize with your neighbors and friends, catch up with the latest political happenings around town and have an enjoyable evening with delightful food and lots of adult beverages. Lois Crane, of the Vineyard Transit Authority, is pleased to report that their annual bus passes have been available since early January. You can obtain yours at the VTA office building in the Airport Business Park from 8 a.m. till 7 p.m. Seniors may call the Up-Island Council on Aging at the Howes House or call 508-693-2896 and stop in during ess hours. She also tells us that the Island-wide bus system carried more than 900,000 passengers last year, George and Mary Lu Hough of In- dian Hill Road became great-grandpg- ents on Wednesday, Jan. 25. Harper Nell Greene was born in Newton to Nell and Amy Greene. He weighed 8 pounds, 11 ounces. Congratulations! Anna Alley, of State Road, went up to East Taunton last weekend to visit her grandson, Robert John, and the baby's parents, Arsen and Nicole. Arsen came down on Wednesday to do a number of septic inspections and returned home the same day. Marsha Winsryg returned home on Sunday after visiting her daughter, Nora, down in New York city. She re- ports having a swell time and absorbing a large amount of culture. On t.he way home the bus changes in Bourne for the. trip to Woods Hole. There, in what she called the little romantic convenience store, she met up with her husband, Paul Karasik, who was also on his way home after a trip to France. Will Monast, of Waldron's Bottom Road, proudly reports that his son, Cal, tudent t the UniVersity. 9f Pen!.syl- h i-a !ad his' firsttilesls ullshed on ' breast cancer recently. Jill Lane, over at the school, reports that'there will be a family pizza and bingo party at the school tonight at 6 p.m. Tara Whiting, town clerk, reports that she has absentee ballots for the March 6 primary. You may come to vote in town hall, or she will mail them out. Call 508-696-0148 with any questions. Also, please remember that census forms are not the correct way either to register to vote or change your party preference. If you add a member of the household who wants to become a voter, that person must come in and fill out a voter registration form. The same applies if you want to change your political party affiliation. Norman Perry, chairman of the Po- lice Station Building Committee, re- ports that the conceptual design phase of the proposed new police station will be presented at a public forum on Thursday, Feb. 9 from, 4:30 to 6:30 p.m. at fire station number two on State Road in North Tisbury. This is an important and critical step of this proj- ect. The committee is seeking public evaluations, suggestions, opinion and approval. Keenan and Kenny Archi- tects will be on hand. Rufus Peebles reports that the Democratic Town Committee will be holding a caucus at the Howes House on Saturday, Feb. 11 at 11 a.m. to elect three delegates and three alternates to the Massachusetts Democratic Con- vention in June. All registered Demo- crats are encouraged to attend and vote. If you have questions, please call Rufus at 508-693-5100. Susan Sigel Goldsmith reports that the Martha's Vineyard Horse Council invites all interested parties to join them at the Feb. 9 meeting at 6:30 p.m. in the West Tisbury School library. Get involved and learn more about what the Horse Council does on Island. Tim O'Reilly and their children,Ted, Stephanie, Molly, Nancy and Andrew, want to take this opportunity to wish their mom Jean (Fischer) O'Reilly a very happy 60th birthday on Tuesday! Tim reports that she is the best wife/ mom in the world! Jean is a local gal and worked for Alley's General Store for several years and met Tim, who was a rookie candy salesman supervised by Jack Watson. The rest is history! Happy birthday, Jean, from your old friends. The League of Women Voters of Martha's Vineyard is hosting a break- fast in recognition of Black History Month tomorrow at the Howes House at 9 a.m. Following the breakfast, Nata- lie Dickerson, a former president of the Vineyard branch of the NAACP, will be their keynote speaker. For more information, contact Carole Early at 508-693-7914 Jennifer Tseng, over at the library, reports that the JC Trio will be playing iazz this afternoon at 4 p.m. Trustee Dan Waters reports that the Library FoUndation, Inc. announced this week that it has surpassed an im- portant milestone in its capital cam- ign: the state requirement of raising 902,000 in private matching funds by Jan. 31. "We're pleased to let you know that our campaign so far has receNed more than $1.3 million in private dona- tions," said Hunter Moorman, chair of the Foundation. He added, however, that the fund-raising isn't over yet. The campaign must still meet another fund-raising goal: that of the town. "Part of the understanding between the library and the town has always been that the library would contribute no less than $1.5 million, or 25 per cent of the project cost, raised through private donations," said Mr. Moorman. "Only then would the Library Trustees come to the town meeting in April to ask for the town's share of 25 per cent." The Foundation believes it can raise the remaining $200,000 before the annual town meeting. If the town approves its share of the funding, groundbreaking is scheduled for the fall, with the library re-opening in fall or winter of the next year. During construction, the library will operate from temporary quarters. Karin Stanley reports that the West Tisbury Local Historical Commission has completed the West Tisbury His- toric Resource Inventory project begun in 2007. This project, funded through the Community Preservation Act, up- dated and digitized over 300 records of historic properties inventoried by the Historical Commission from 1980 to 2000 that were submitted to the Mas- sachusetts Historical Commission. A professional historic preservation team from the Public Archaeology Lab in Rhode Island was the successful bid- der;to conduct the .upgrade of the re- cords. Digital images were taken of all properties, additional information and historical notes about properties were added to the existing inventory forms, new maps created, and properties eli- gible for National Register status were designated. All of this information now is available online at westtisbury-ma. gov/Boards/loc-hist-comm.html. The West Tisbury historical committee has created a short tutorial on the town Web site on how to access this database. The iifdrmi0n i oatin,ed. iiihg: Histori'lnventbry'was'gather6d over a 40-year period. If anyone has more information about these properties that would be helpful in more accurately documenting the historic record of the town, please e-mail lhc@westtisbury- and a member of the West Tisbury historical commission will get back to you. On Feb. 10,1948 at the annual town meeting voters by a wide margin ac- cepted a gift from Donald R. Camp- bell, of Old County Road, of the Mill Pond and the land under it. Ancient records show that because of its central location and water power it not only attracted the farmers with their grain to grind, but it became the site of the only textile mill on the Island. Here the celebrated satinet cloth was woven. It also was a favorite spot for skaters for several generations, who cut figure eights near the light of bonfires kindled on danger spots where the big brook empties into the pond. The acceptance contained a condition; the town must remove the weeds, repair the dam and raise the water level in the pond. After considerable debate a letter from Rev. Thompson, Master of the Grange, was read urging acceptance and pledging their full cooperation and assistance in the clean up. Happy Birthday to: Jeanne Ogden and Brianna Holt, Rita Reynolds, Ja- net Belain and Ken Francis today; Er- nie Chaves, Tom Dresser and Lillian DiMartino tomorrow; Michelle Jasny, Emily Rodegast and Joe Hegarty on Sunday; Maggie Bresnahan and Spen- cer Booker on Monday; Richard Olsen, Ken Campbell, Jean Morton Fisher, Dianne McDonough and Jill Napior on "Ihesday; Beth Carr, Kate Warner, Lind Marshall and Louise Sweet on Wednes- day; Harold Lawry, Alley Estrella and Paul Thurlow on Thursday. Belated Birthday wishes to Barbara Day, Lucy Hodgson Morse, Emmett Carroll and Matthew Anniese. Well, that is all of the social news for this week's edition. If you have any news please call or e-mail me. Have a great week. CHILMARK JANE N. SLATER 508-645-3378 ( Chilmark continues to enjoy the mild winter weather. There is some unusual activity in the natural world -- geese are making lots of noise in the mo itngs, the songbirds are loudly making nemselves heard, lots of spring flow- ers are well above ground already, and there is some restlessness noticeable in humankind as well! What does it all foretell? We send condolences to the family and friends of Arthur W. Danielson, who died on Jan. 20 in Flori0a. Dan was well known in Chilmark fr the many years that he was a part of the large and popular Flanders family. He was blessed with a long life and successes in his career choices. His son, David, and his former wife, Hope Frances Flanders, both of Northampton, survive him. Congratulations to Frank and Judy LoRusso of South Road, who traveled to San Francisco in January to welcome their granddaughter, Stella. She was born on Dec. 30 to Jennifer LoRusso and Joel Glickman. The family will be back in Chilmark for the summer months. We all look forward to meeting Stella. Cheers from us all! Thomas Nash, grandson of Everett Poole and the late Virginia Poole, who speaks capable Chinese, is spending the spring semester of his senior high school year as an exchange student in Beijing. His family entertained an exchange student from Beijing during the fall semester who enjoyed a Christ- mas in Chilmark. Thomas is currently traveling in China with his host student and will continue his studies there until sulnnler. If you would like to speak Chinese, the Chilmark library has what you need. They now have a program called Mango Languages that offers instruction in sx languages. The programs are fun and easy and can help you to learn or relearn languages. As an introduction to this new program the library is declaring February and March the time to learn or brush up on your French language skills. The Wednesday evening program will be an informal conversation class Teresa Dunn French teacher ViAeyard Regional witti:ohtion' there will be Frerich'cheeses breads and sparkling water. The festivi- ties begin at 5:30 p.m. and at 7 p.m. there will be a movie with a French connec- tion.The first program will be Feb. 8 and will be held every Wednesday through March 28.The first movie with a French twist will be To Catch a Thie If you have questions, please call the library at 508- 645-3360 or check the Web site. We send condolences to the family and friends of Sandra Hillman, who died on Jan. 30 peacefully but unexpect- edly in Greenwich. Sandra had many friends in Chilmark, where she lived for many years and was known for her sincere interest in the conservation and protection of the natural world of Chilmark. Her daughter, Elsie Hillman Green, and her son, Howard B. Hillman Jr., and their families survive her. Chilmark town clerk Jennifer Christ reminds us of the upcoming presiden- tial primary election on March 6 at the community center from 7 a.m. to 8 p.m. Another reminder from town hall to all those who have nomination papers out:They are due back in town hall on March 7 by 5 p.m. The Chihnark Democratic committee will meet on Feb. 18 at the town hall to make plans to get out the vote for the pri- mary and the upcoming elections, They invite all like-minded voters to join them. We send hearty, happy birthday wishes to Bette Carroll, who turned 89 on Jan. 30. She was entertained at a family gathering hosted by her grand- son, Marshall, and his wife, Katie, at their South Road home. Bette is an active member of the Chilmark com- munity and we all wish her a good year to come! Cheers from us all! Please remember that the special town meeting to make decisions regard- ing the Tea Lane Farm willbe on Feb. 13 at 7:30 p.m. at the community center. The Friends of the Chilmark Library are showing the movie Little Women tonight at the library.They offer a free movie every Friday night in winter that includes free popcorn and drinks. The film begins at 7 p.m. Marilyn O'Callaghan, 64, Lived Adventurous Life Marilyn Ann O'Callaghan, 64, of Vineyard Haven, died peacefully at home on Jan. 26, after a long and valiant struggle with chronic obstructive pul- monary disease (COPD). Her husband, Jack, and daughter, Cheryl, were at her side to comfort her in her final hours. She was born on Nov. 6,1947, the oldest of two children of Josephine (Quinn) and Walter Johnson of West Haven, Conn. Marilyn was an adventurous and curious child, ilways one to go her own way, and spent much of her child- hood exploring the outdoors, and often brought home a wide. range of objects that caught her curiosity. She made many pets out of the snakes, frogs and the like that she found. In later years she delighted in teaching her grandchildren the proper technique for catching frogs. Marilyn married early to Albert Peluse of West Haven, Conn., and got about the business of raising her two beautiful children, Robert and Cheryl, who became the joy of her life. After Bobby and Cheryl were well on their way to adulthood, Marilyn started her second life with Jack O'Callaghan, of Ansonia, Conn. Jack and Marilyn went on their first vacation,as a couple to Martha S:Vineyard andas many before them, felt instantly and completely at home in the welcoming embrace of the Island. It wasn't long before they were able to fulfill their dream of moving from Ansonia to Vineyard Haven, which became their happy home of 23 years: Marilyn had a unique talent for deco- rating, both indoors and out. Her home was like an ever-changing boutique, with much of her finds coming from her al- most daily visits to the Vineyard Haven Thrift Shop. Her landscaping skills were equally impressive, and her small stone walls, paths and plantings provided a beautiful year-round setting for all who visited. Her bird feeders and birdbaths were always full and well maintained. She spent many happy hours working in her gardens and watching the many birds that were attracted by her handiwork. Her openness and nonjudgmental manner provided her with many more friends than she could have imagined. All who knew her considered her a friend, and her varied work experience provided fertile ground for the making of those friendships. In addition to being a regular thrift shop devotee, Marilyn worked at several restaurants, including Louis's Tisbury Car6, Le Grenier, and the old Anthony's. She worked at the A&P/Stop&Shop in Vineyard Haven, provided some housecleaning services, and also did a stint in home health care. Marilyn is survived by her husband, Jack, of Vineyard Haven; son Robert Peluse and his wife Melissa of West Ha- ven, Conn.; daughter Cheryl Abboud and her husband Donald of Sainte Cecile de Masham, Quebec, Canada; "second daughter" Jeanne Kendzierski of Ansonia, Conn.; grandchildren Rob- ert Peluse, Marilyn Peluse and Rouge Lane Abboud; brother Walter Johnson Jr. of Milford, Conn.; and mother in law Lorraine O'Callaghan of Oak Bluffs. She was predeceased by her parents, Josephine and Walter Johnson, most recently of Milford, Conn. Donations may be made in her mem- ory to Island Hospice, 765 Attucks Lane, Hyannis, MA 02601 or to the Martha's Vineyard Hospital, EO. Box 1477, Oak Bluffs, MA 02557. PROPERTY DAMAGE? \\;!,, When you report an insurance claim, i : call usfirst for your protection! 'i We are licensed by the State of Massachusetts to represent you in the claims process.We make sure that your insurance company compensates you the settlement you deserve. If you are turned away by your company, call us for a second opinion. References upon request. AQUINNAH JUNE D. MANNING 508-645-2574 ( Saint Valentine's Day is just around the corner. Chilmark Chocolates opened yesterday for the next three weekends and then will close until just before Easter. While in Chilmark, Lisa Bibko Vanderhoop has a variety of Valentine cards and her 2012 Seadogs Calendar at the Sovereign Bank at Beetlebung Corner from Feb. 6 to 14. Serving Hands Food Cupboard has changed the day of distribution to the last Friday of the month from 2 to 4 p.m. at the First Baptist Church parish house in Vineyard Haven. No early birds, please. Thank you to the highway departments in the towns of Edgar- town, Oak Bluffs and Tisbury for their unwavering efforts in transporting the more than 50,000 pounds of food each year from the Boston Area Food Bank to the Vineyard, and also to Island Food Products, a program of the Martha's Vineyard Center for Living, for provid- ing transportation and refrigeration. For more information, please call Betty Burton at 508-693-5339. The Martha's Vineyard Neighbor- hood Convention will meet on Tues- day, Feb. 7 at the Martha's Vineyard Hebrew Center with a bag lunch at 10:45 a.m.; beverages and dessert will be provided. Due to religious restric- tions, please do not bring any luncheon containing meat. Your offering during the luncheon will be directed to Island charities. Worship will be by Rabbi Caryn Broitman. The program will in- clude "Chappy  the Early Days" with Edo Potter. The Martha's Vineyard Youth Task Force invites parents .of,seventh ,and eighth grade students f,the Martha's, Vineyard schools to attend an evening of Chat & Chowder with delicious food prepared by the Martha's Vineyard Regional High School culinary arts program. There will be a discussion and parents will learn of resources to support the family as the children tran- sition through middle school to high school. The program is on Thursday, Feb. 16 in the high school cafeteria from 6 p.m. to 7:30 p.m. Please RSVP to ytf. Thank you to WMVY Radio for presenting the 26th annual Chili Fest on Saturday for the benefit of the Red Stocking Fund.Tricia Bergeron needed volunteers and I sold raffle tickets with cousin Kaye Manning. As Alby Rose said, I would be a "brave soul," and that I was. I did not try any chili, but I sold many raffle tickets for a 46 inch flat screen television, saw many of my down-Island friends and am still in awe of the enormity of it all. I would volun- teer again ifTricia needed me. For now, I will be wearing my WMVY Chili Fest T-shirt and sending a donation to the Red Stocking Fund. Have you shopped yet at the new boutique section in the center of the Martha's Vineyard Community Ser- vices Chicken Alley Thrift Shop? As there have been many high priced items donated recently, they are now on sale at an affordable price in the boutique. Condolences to the family and friends of Joyce Bernard, who passed away in Falmouth this week. Congratulations to Gary Coates, Jr., son of Gary Sr. of Georgia and Eloise Morels Boales and her husband, James Boales, of Aquinnah, in his first compe- tition in the North American Grappling Association. The competition was held at Twin Rivers in Lincoln, R.I. on Jan. 28. The New England Championship is the world's largest, and is open to all styles of boxing. Gary won a gold medal in Brazilian Jujitsu and a bronze medal in Muay Thai, which is similar to kick boxing. He is a member of the Gracie and Matta team of Tisbury. Congratulations to Anthony Devine, son of Kevin and Tabitha Devine, who will graduate today from basic train- ing in the United States Army at Fort Jackson in Columbia, S.C. Anthony graduated from high school in Fort Walton, Fla. in 2011, where he was on the swim team, and spent his summer on the Vineyard, where he worked at the YMCA. He is the grandson of Wendy King Oliver of Oak Bluffs and Herbert Devine, Jr. of Randolph, the great-grandson of Shirley Sylvia Pachico of Oak Bluffs and Cynthia Morels Veira of Mashpee. He is follow- ing in the footsteps of his father, Kevin, a highly decorated veteran, and has been in the Army for 20 years, having served in Iraq and Afghanistan. Welcome to Aquinnah's newest resi- dent, Keyshawn Joseph Devine, son of Heather Ferreira and Keith Devine. He was born at the Martha's Vine- yard Hospital on Jan. 29 and welcomed home by his brother, Kayden, and his sister, Jasmine, and by his large ex- tended family. Keyshawn is the grand- son of Byram Devine of Tisbury, Shirley Grant of Brockton, Sandra Ferreira of Oak Bluffs,Tony Ferreira of Oak Bluffs and great-grandson of Peter Jenkinson and Susan Benway Jenkinson. He is also a descendan of the late Captains Thomas Tilton and Horace Devine. Condolences to the family and friends of Douglas Dias, who passed away in Falmouth. Doug always had a kind word for all and a joke as well. He is sur- vived by his brothers, Bill and Bob, and his 'childrrL 'Oiristopher, Jelmifer and Ant0n6 aiid h|s fiancee, Jantiet'te Vati: defhOop, and the/f daughter, Oceana: Thank you to Rev. Veronica Helen Lanier for spending time with the mem- bers of Community Baptist Church of Gay Head on Sunday. Her words of inspiration were a blessing from this remarkable 93-year-old missionary who has devoted her life to missions in Chicago, San Francisco, Lynn, Salem and many points in between. She was commissioned by American Baptist Church in 1956. In 1970 she was the first ordained female Baptist minister and the first African-American Baptist minister. She has spent time in missions with Burmese, Hispanics, and many other cultures. She retired in 1988 and has since volunteered to coordinate all missionaries in New England. For 30 years she was the on-call minister at Children's Hospital in Boston, tending to the needs of the children and their families from Friday nights through Monday mornings. At this time, she is organizing a mission in Wisconsin over the summer which will be attended by members of both Vineyard Baptist Churches. Of note, she has known Rev. Ellen Tatreau since she was a nine-year- old child in Chicago. It is always a plea- sure to have Rev. Lanier in our midst. Happy second anniversary wishes to Judd Fuller and Dana Radford on Feb. 8. Happy birthday wishes to Jeffrey O. Day, who will observe a major mile- stone on Feb. 4 and shares the day with Laurie Thompson and Jeffrey Lunn, who will also observe a major mile- stone. Blair Hill and Mavis Camillo also share the day on Sunday. Aquinnah selectman Spencer Booker will party on Feb. 6 and shares the day with Hellie Neumann. Aquinnah selectman James Newman shares the day with Cheryl Andrews-Maltais on Feb. 8. Brook Zern will party on Feb. 10. 30% SALE INDEFINITELY! WINTER HOURS: Saturday and Sunday 11 - 3