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Born out of tragedy in 1949 after a migrant camp fire killed two children of seasonal workers, The Center continues to serve our community's children with educational and enrichment programs. For many working parents, The Center is a lifeline. Their children flourish in our many programs and play safely on the six acre farm and fields donated to create The Center in the 1950s.
"The Center taught me that I was more than just a Bridgehampton kid...I have traveled to 3 continents this year, completed my master's at Columbia and am working on my doctorate. I owe it to the people at The Center who gave me love and confidence. The Center will always be my home.”