Tree Dedicated to Anna Mirabai Lytton

A ceremony to dedicate a dogwood tree and plaque in memory of Anna Mirabai Lytton took place on Wednesday in East Hampton Village. Anna died three years ago after being struck by a car while riding her bicycle to a summer job. She was 14.

The Police Benevolent Association of East Hampton arranged for the memorial. The gathering on Wednesday was attended by her parents, Rameshwar Das and Kate Rabinowitz, family and friends, Village Police Chief Gerard Larsen, and police officers and others who responded to the call for help following the accident.

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Anna Lytton, Lost Too Young, Still Inspires

Foundation’s good works are ‘a way of carrying her along’.

Since the death of their teenage daughter, Anna Mirabai Lytton, three years ago, Kate Rabinowitz and Rameshwar Das, a Springs couple, have been working to bring special arts and wellness programs to other youngsters in her name.

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2015 Writers and Artists Showcase

The Barnes Landing Association held its fourteenth annual Writers’ and Artists’ Showcase on Saturday June 6th, 2015 at the Barnes Landing Association Meeting House on Water’s Edge Road in Springs.  The event has been renamed for Anna Mirabai Lytton, a gifted young student and writer who died when hit by a car in East Hampton.  Rameshwar Das and Kate Rabinowitz , Anna’s parents, read from Anna’s poetry and their own books-in-progress.  Writings from new publications were presented by Martin Tucker, Carole Stone, Dee Slavutin, Meredith Hasemann, Carol Goodale, Elena Lesser Bruun, and Lisa Dickler Awano, who coordinated the event.  David Bennett displayed two of his decoy carvings of birds in flight.

Presenters from left to right (above) include: Dee Slavutin, Rameshwar Das, Kate Rabinowitz, David Bennett, Lisa Dickler Awano, Carole Stone, Elena Lesser Bruun, Martin Tucker, and Carol Goodale. Photographer: Mark Ginsberg.

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